This is the governing body for certification in Disciplined Agile.


Being a Certified Disciplined Agilist (CDA) indicates to colleagues and employers that you have fundamental knowledge about Disciplined Agile strategies and that you are eager to learn and increase your skills and abilities as a software professional.


How to Become a Certified Disciplined Agilist (CDA)

Step 2:

Pass the certification test

CONGRATULATIONS


Step #1: Learn About Disciplined Agile

To learn about the Disciplined Agile framework sufficiently, we suggest that you:


Step #2: Take the Certification Test

The test is 50 multiple selection questions based solely on material from the workshop and book Choose Your WoW! To pass the test you will need to have read the book and attended the workshop.

      • You will receive the information to sit the test with your workshop completion email.
      • Please see How to Pass the Test.
      • In case you do not pass the test on your first attempt, the re-test fee is $150 USD + applicable taxes, payable via PayPal or credit card.
      • Once you have passed the test, your CDA designation is valid for a 1 year period. In order to retain your certification, you must meet the then-current retention requirements.



Step #3:  Apply for Membership 

  • Once you pass the Certified Disciplined Agilist test, you will receive a PDF certificate via email indicating that you have passed - Congratulations!  Your membership is paid for the first year, and you will be added by our Admin Team. Please update your information once you receive your activation notice.
  • Be Proud!  Add your certification to your LinkedIn profile.
  • If you don't pass the CDA test, fear not.  There is the opportunity to take the test again, perhaps with additional studying.                                                        

After You've Earned Your Certified Disciplined Agilist (CDA) Designation

Suggested Learning Activities

We encourage you to stay up-to-date with Disciplined Agile by:

Benefits

  • Listing in Certification Membership Directory if you choose
  • Disciplined Agile Consortium (DAC) Quarterly Newsletters and Professional Development opportunities
  • Member-only access to DAC collateral such as webinars, templates, white papers


Retention

  • $50 USD annual renewal fee
  • 7 hours of professional development (minimum 4 Disciplined Agile hours) required each year, such as workshops or webinars

Next Steps

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