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EXIN Agile Coach – June Assessment Session
Attend EXIN’s Agile Coach Assessment and Gain a Valuable Certification!
After completion, send it to our Candidate support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Designed to fit the needs of professionals embracing digital transformation, the Agile Coach certification covers the competences a professional must have when guiding an organization through the transition towards developing an agile mindset and adopting agile practices.
To support candidates in attaining the certification, EXIN is organizing an international certification session in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Participants can register for the session which will take place on June 17, with 6 seats available. So be quick and secure your place!
Event date: June 17, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: Utrecht, the Netherlands
Price: € 1950,00 (excl. VAT)
Number of seats: Only 6 available
Results: Successful candidates will be recognized and receive the EXIN Agile Coach certification and the respective digital badge.
If after the assessment you would like to become an assessor or a process manager yourself, you can join the session on June 18. You can then obtain your accreditation for the price of € 1200,00 (excl. VAT).
6 Reasons to become an assessed Agile Coach!
- Get your knowledge and skills assessed in just one day.
- A combination of face-to-face interviews and presentations will extensively test your Agile-related competences.
- Work together with assessors and other candidates on interactive assignments.
- Receive guidance and personalized feedback from the assessors.
- Results are given at the end of the same day.
- Become an assessor yourself after gaining the certification.
Candidates must have competences and knowledge regarding the following topics:
- Agnostic Agile – Know the Basics
- Deep Dive into Agile – Agile Practices
- Facilitating the Change – How to Guide
- Coaching Techniques – How to Help
The candidate should show at least 6 months of practical experience in coaching an organization or part of an organization to a more agile way of working. The candidate is recommended to have worked in a variety of environments and to have gained experience in the competencies being assessed. The candidate is highly recommended to have attended a training Agile Coach with an EXIN accredited training organization (ATO).
Supporting the Agile Coach, is Arie van Bennekum, co-author of the Agile Manifesto and Chief Examiner of EXIN’s certification program.
”Agile as a domain is still young, and so are the professions derived from it. Coaching how to get into an Agile role is essential, and at the same time, being an Agile coach is not easy. Being an Agile coach takes agnostic knowledge, experience, and skills on coaching. These skills should be based on fundaments such as psychology, dynamics in change, and the wish to support people in overcoming their and their organization’s impediments. The EXIN certification process for Agile Certified coach I support is based on the experience and other skill assessments and put together by Agile experts I highly value.”
Arie van Bennekum