This is the governing body for certification in Disciplined Agile.

Becoming an Instructor

  • 07 May 2014 6:14 AM
    Message # 1549767
    Scott Ambler (Administrator)
    First, contact us and we'll discuss whether this is a good fit for you.

    Second step is to become a Certified Disciplined Agilist.  This means you need to pass the CDA test and then fill out the online membership form here on the site.

    Third you need to work your way up to Certified Disciplined Agile Practitioner. The hardest part of this is to pass the CDAP test.  You will also need to update the online membership form to include your appropriate references (if you didn't already do so when you applied for CDA).  You will then need to send in references for a check on your Agile and Disciplined Agile experience.

    We make you go through both tests as they are different. Both are hard and require you to know the material in the DAD book thoroughly. We want to ensure you know the fundamentals of disciplined agile and because it helps you to relate to what students in your courses are hopefully going to go through.

    Fourth, contact us again so that we can get some materials to you so that you can review them.  We also need to organize the next step. 

    Last step is to do one of:
    1. A co-teach with Mark Lines or myself (Scott Ambler) so that we can ensure you know the material
    2. Attend a train the trainer workshop. These are scheduled infrequently.
    Last modified: 06 Oct 2015 12:05 PM | Deleted user

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