Authorized training aligned with the Lean Kanban University Certifications
An Introduction to Kanban, this course qualifies for the Team Kanban Practitioner (TKP) Certificate from Lean Kanban University (LKU).
This course should be attended by anyone who will be participating in an Agile project using Kanban or determining whether this practice would improve their project management.
There is no exam for this course. Upon your full participation and completion in the course, your instructor will submit your information to LKU who will follow up to grant you your certification.
The following training path qualifies you for the Kanban Management Professional (KMP) Certificate:
Part 1: Kanban System Design Training (KMP-I Certification), is a two-day training course for those designing and implementing Kanban in their organization. This course, combined with Course 3652, qualifies for the Kanban Management Professional (KMP) Certificate.
Part 2: Kanban Management Professional Training (KMP-II Certification), is a two-day training course that deepens the skills used in managing the rollout and operation of Kanban systems in a multi-teamed enterprise. This course, combined with Course 3651, qualifies for the Kanban Management Professional (KMP) Certificate.
There are no exams for these courses. Upon your full participation and completion in the courses, your instructor will submit your information to LKU who will follow up to grant you your certification.
Lean Kanban University runs certification programs to assure the quality of Kanban implementations for professional services work.
Kanban University offers certified Kanban courses delivered through a global network of Accredited Kanban Trainers, such as Learning Tree, and also offers Kanban community events and published materials.
Kanban is a management method in Agile with a process that is designed to help teams work together more effectively.
The Kanban Method is a set of principles and practices that have been observed in successful Kanban initiatives worldwide. Since its inception, it has developed and matured as an effective way for organizations to achieve greater business agility.
The Kanban Method embraces the constant change inherent to managing knowledge work and enables IT, financial services, insurance, and global organizations to become more collaborative, unified, and productive in the face of growing competitive pressures and organizational chaos.