Why Becoming A Certified SAFe Program Consultant Is Worth The Effort

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In the SAFe ® Program Consultant (SPC) program, you'll hone your knowledge, expand your network, and advance your career upon successfully completing the SPC exam.

In the SAFe ® Program Consultant (SPC) program, you'll hone your knowledge, expand your network, and advance your career upon successfully completing the SPC exam.

SPC Certification Training Course

When considering a certification program, the first question people ask is: 'Is it worth it?' SAFe Program Consultant certification training provides a deeper, robust understanding of Lean/Agile principles and practices for individuals and teams working in the Lean/Agile field on a daily basis. This certification enables you to advance your career as a Lean-Agile coach, as well as enabling and supporting you in coaching others.

Additionally, SAFe is becoming an increasingly popular method of adopting and professionalizing Agile practices. The SPC certification is required for some individuals - like consultants - in order to apply for certain assignments. It should be noted that this certification is internationally recognized, making it more applicable and valuable for those working internationally. Because not everyone is able to pass the SPC exam, this is a great proof of your skills.

Is SPC Certification Right for You?

Our second most frequently asked question from people considering taking our program is: ‘How do I prepare for it?'. It would be an advantage if you had some experience working with Agile. In other words, if you have experience using Scrum, if you have worked with multiple teams before – and best of all if you are part of an organization where SAFe is already being practiced and you have hands-on experience with the practices, rituals, and roles. Those are the areas where the value of this 4-day training really shines.

You Can Train the Trainer!

A person with SPC certification has the option (as the name implies) of becoming a Scaled Agile Framework consultant, thus supporting and training others in Lean/Agile practices. Most SAFe training is allowed to be delivered by the SPC themselves. This means that your organization can train its employees internally - a great and cost-effective way to upskill. How better to upskill yourself and your employees than by training your own pool of consultants? In this way, you make a more robust change and have internal resources who can assist you. In adopting and professionalizing Agile practices, you will find more and more things to improve, as there is always more to discover as you learn the Lean/Agile mindset. Having companions will help you stay on track.

Inspired Learning Through an International Network

The great thing about the SPC course is that up to 30 other students are in the same room with you, all eager to learn how to take the next step forward. This is truly inspirational. There is nothing better than being a part of a group of peers from around the world with a considerable amount of experience? During the four training days, it creates a lot of enthusiasm, bonding, and creativity among the participants.

There is self-selection here, meaning those who attend really want to be there and have either requested to be there from their organization or have even paid for it. The people are eager to learn about it, and they are willing to go on their own initiative. In the world of training, this creates an atmosphere that is quite special and unique.

The Best Trainers Make a Difference

Knowledge Hut trainers are no different. Being able to have inspiring trainers who have experience as consultants in daily life is a big advantage. In reality, they practice the lessons they preach and present examples from a lifetime of experience. Thus, they understand from their own experience what it's like to change.

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