Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Certification Training Courses

Learn about the roles, responsibilities, artifacts, and activities necessary to guide enterprises in scaling lean and agile practices for increased business value

  • Student Benefits
    • Strong earning potential with the average salary of Agile professionals over $90,000 per year
    • Strong career demand with over 200,000 Agile professional job openings on LinkedIn (
    • Learn a highly sought after and transferable skillset by leveraging Agile methodologies for organizational-wide agility
  • Enterprise Benefits
    • Decrease time to market by 30-75% with the SAFe Framework
    • Increase productivity by 20-50% through scaling
    • Improve quality by 25-75% by building it into your development lifecycle
    • Co-create a customized implementation plan that supports your business’s needs
    • Get access to mentoring services and embedded coaching

The SAFe Certification Paths

Authorized training aligned with Scaled Agile certification

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  • SAFe certifications candidates will need to take the associated training course and pass the related exam after class.  
  • Certifications are aligned to the SAFe Implementation Roadmap. 

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SAFe Certification FAQs

The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) is a system for implementing Agile, Lean, and DevOps practices at a specific scale.  

The Scaled Agile Framework is the most popular framework for leading enterprises because it works: it is trusted, customizable, and sustainable. 

SAFe provides a proven playbook for your organization's Agile transformation. It can help you build operational excellence, collaboration, responsiveness, and customer satisfaction into your organizational DNA. 

SAFe helps businesses address the significant challenges of digital transformation in the shortest sustainable lead time.  

Enterprises must learn how to adapt quickly to changing technology and economic conditions or they will become extinct, no matter their size or strength.  

This holds true even for businesses that do not consider themselves Information Technology (IT) or software companies.

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