Luxoft was recently accredited as an MTO (member training organization) of International Consortium for Agile. ICAgile develops education tracks and learning objectives for its members' training classes, and accredited course materials for covering particular topics.
We developed the Agile Fundamentals course, which covers all learning objectives for ICAgile Certified Professional certification. Therefore, all students of this 3-day class get an ICP certificate upon completion (assuming they actively participate in class activities and demonstrate the intent to expand their knowledge of Agile further).
Training materials have been accredited by leading industry experts from ICAgile and include a lot of exercises and games aimed for understanding and adoption of the Agile mindset rather than just examples and tools. The course covers the following areas in detail:
History of Agile movement
People and interactions
Agile mindset and cultural transformation
Team-based organization of work, leadership in Agile
Understanding learning models and feedback loops
Effective practices for communication and collaboration
Value-driven development, design as a knowledge acquisition
Business analysis and value management
Built-in quality, engineering practices and continuous delivery
Roles, responsibilities and collaboration
Planning and estimation
Visualizing the big picture
Responding to change
Design as a knowledge acquisition
Product and project adaptation
For our blog readers, we offer the possibility to pass Agile Fundamentals training and be recognized as a ICAgile Certified Professional (ICP) upon completion. All students will get their ICP certificate and will be shown on the ICAgile site.
Full spectrum of Agile practices from different frameworks
Principles for development of tailored process
Guidelines for further education in Agile for different specializations
Internationally recognized certificate from ICAgile
How to Apply
If you or your organization is interested in attending an ICP class, please contact us at LuxAgile@luxoft.com for information about upcoming trainings, pricing and other details.
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