This is the governing body for certification in Disciplined Agile.

Disciplined Agile Instructor Certification

Attaining your Certified Disciplined Agile Instructor (CDAI) designation indicates that you are a trusted expert in agile with proficiency in Disciplined Agile.

As an agile instructor, you strive to enable agile teams be more productive. To succeed, we look for Instructors who:

  1. Have an in-depth knowledge of agile, and better yet, with experience in Disciplined Agile.

  2. Are effective communicators.
  3. Are adaptable.
  4. Have an interest in DA and in providing the best experience for students.
  5. Have empathy.

In order to be certified to teach a DA course, you must first be certified in that course.

This Instructor Certification course takes you through the Disciplined Agile Lean Scrum Master training, so you become familiar with the look and feel of the training content and the experience we strive for each and every attendee to receive.

Upon completing this workshop, passing the DA Certification test, earning your DA designation and passing the DA Train-the-trainer workshop, you will be prepared to teach the four day Disciplined Agile Lean Scrum Master course.  You will be certified to teach this workshop both in-person as well as virtually.

This training is made up of the following modules:

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to teach others how to:

  • Apply the values, principles, and practices of agile and lean on your team
  • Describe how to create the environment within which flow of value can be achieved
  • Determine the steps required to support business agility and what it takes to do it in your organization
  • Choose the appropriate practices and techniques given your working environment to continuously improve your WoW

Prerequisites

Designation Earned



Benefits


    About Disciplined Agile (DA)

    Disciplined Agile (DA) is a process-decision toolkit that provides straightforward guidance to help people, teams, and organizations to streamline their processes in a context-sensitive manner.

    DA provides a solid foundation for business agility by showing how the various activities such as Solution Delivery (software development), IT Operations, Enterprise Architecture, Portfolio Management, Security, Finance, Procurement and many others work together. DA also describes what these activities should address, provides a range of options for doing so, and describes the trade-offs associated with each option.

    DA is architected into four views:

      1. Mindset. Builds on the foundations of agile and lean to address enterprise realities.
      2. People. Roles, responsibilities, and team structures.
      3. Flow. This captures the dynamic aspects of processes via lifecycle diagrams and workflow diagrams.
      4. Practices. This captures detailed strategies/techniques that are put into context via process goal diagrams.

    DA Train-the-trainer workshop

    1. Prepare and present an assigned module to the class, including the DAIT
    2. Answer questions specific to Disciplined Agile outside the scope of the training materials
    3. Understand the differences between the in-person and virtual training materials, and best practices for facilitating training in either environment

    Workshop Logistics

    Topics:
          • Primary:Training
          • Secondary:Agile, Disciplined agile, scrum master, lean, fundamentals, Kanban
    Level: Intermediate
    Length: Five days – 35 hours of classroom time plus breaks
    Public or Private On-site

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