ICAgile Team Facilitator - Online
Thu, Aug 25, 2022
This course will be held remotely over 4 half days: 25, 26 August and 1, 2 September
Ticket Pricing: $1550+GST for super early bird until 23 July, $1650 early bird until 5 August, $1950 until 24 August.
Discover how to empower and lead truly successful Agile teams—and take your career as Scrum master, project manager or Agile team facilitator to the next level.
In this fast-paced course, you’ll develop a toolkit to coach, facilitate and lead your team more effectively. Get the skills to design and lead more productive workshops and meetings. Find out how you can better support your team members reach their goals and objectives—while helping them reach their potential through continuous improvement of their Agile processes.
You’ll learn through presentations, discussion and practical hands-on exercises. Our ICAgile-certified trainers are all practicing Agile coaches and are actively working with some of New Zealand’s best-known organisations.
ICAgile Professional Qualification
Nomad8’s ICAgile Team Facilitator training course is accredited by the International Consortium for Agile (ICAgile).
The course is one of two Continuing Learning Certifications on the ‘ICAgile Agile Coaching’ learning track. Successfully completing the course will give you an ‘ICAgile Team Facilitator certification’.
The nitty gritty—good for filling out those pesky personal development forms.
This certification builds on the ICAgile Professionals (ICP) certification which you can get through our ICAgile Foundations course or through self-study.
While it’s a good idea to take the Foundations course first, you can take the courses in the order that suits you best.
4 half days
11, 12, 18, 19 August 2022 from 9.00am to 12.30pm each day
Becoming a better Agile facilitator.
WHO IT’S FOR
Agile professionals with experience as a Scrum master, iteration manager, project manager or Agile team facilitator.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
At the end of the course, you’ll be able to:
- Facilitate Agile meetings and workshops so that they’re purposeful and effective
- Work with people and teams to apply the concepts and values of the Agile mindset
- Help your team collaborate effectively and truly self-organise
- Act as a servant leader guiding your team towards continuous improvement
- Choose the right facilitation techniques and tools for any context
WHAT PEOPLE HAVE SAID
"I just wanted to pass on that our PartsTrader guys had great feedback on the course last week – they got heaps out of it and said the facilitation from you and David was great. They’ve come back to work re-energised and ready to put a lot of new ideas in to practice which is a fantastic outcome for us" - Lauren Cross, Projects Manager, PartsTrader
“The Nomad8 team knows how to take a course to the next level. It provided us with a massive amount of content, but in an easily digestible (did I mention fun) way and in a supportive environment. It was nice to be around like-minded people who all had a common goal to wanting to help people succeed and get the most out of the course.” – Charlotte Hinton, Te Papa
“This course was well-designed, well run, practical and fun. The instructors know their stuff, are adaptive to the group and create a great collaborative experience. Even as an experienced facilitator I came away with some useful new techniques and a deeper understanding of agile team facilitation.” – Rebecca Speirs, Consultant Business Analyst, BNZ
“Would you put up with poorly facilitated meetings if it was your money? No? So do something about it. Choose Nomad8’s ICAgile Facilitation Course, it’s fun, effective and well worth it.” – Colin Basterfield, Delivery Coach, Orion Health
“Great for experienced agile-ists to learn better facilitating techniques.”
“Highly recommended. Knowledgeable and experienced facilitators, relevant content, great diverse selection of learning activities.”
“Fun, friendly, useful and practical.”
“Awesome structure, content, flow and people.”
“Learnt new techniques I can apply in any facilitation or meeting, regardless of methodology used.”