Agile Development Certification
SQE Training offers certification from two of the most recognized and well-regarded organizations within the agile universe, ScrumAlliance and ICAgile. Delivered by top industry experts, our accredited certification courses offer agile professionals skills training and validation as well as industry recognized qualifications.
Successful attendees of our Product Owner Certification, Certified ScrumMaster Training (CSM) +ACP℠, and Certified ScrumMaster Training are eligible to take an exam, which, upon successful completion, will qualify them as a Certified Product Owner (CSPO) or Certified ScrumMaster (CSM) and award them membership in the Scrum Alliance.
The Scrum Alliance is a not-for-profit professional membership organization created to share the Scrum framework and transform the world of work. Currently there are over 100,000 members of the Scrum Alliance, all of whom hold one of the organization’s certifications. The Scrum Alliance's mission is to increase awareness and understanding of Scrum, provide resources to individuals and organizations using Scrum, and promote the iterative improvement necessary to succeed with Scrum. For additional information on Scrum Alliance visit www.scrumalliance.org.
Upon completion of our Fundamentals of Agile Certification and Agile Tester Certification courses attendees will be certified by the International Consortium of Agile (ICAgile) and awarded a certification in Agile Testing. Additionally, the certified attendees will be listed on the ICAgile website, indicating their designation and that they have completed all the learning objectives associated with the Fundamentals of Agile track.
The International Consortium of Agile’s goal is to foster thinking and learning around agile methods, skills, and tools. The ICAgile, working with experts and organizations across agile development specialties, has captured specific learning objectives for the different agile development paths and put them on the learning roadmap. ICAgile certification is skills-based and requires people to demonstrate they have learned both why (the value) and how (the mechanics) for a core set of skills. For additional information on ICAgile visit www.icagile.com.