Agility in the Enterprise ICP-ENT – 2-5 August 2022
Agility in the Enterprise is an advanced knowledge-based certification from ICAgile. ICP-ENT training validates an understanding of agility at the enterprise level from structural, process, leadership, and cultural perspectives. This course is specifically designed as an interactive and transformative experience that will build on your current Agile Coaching skillset and prepare you for Enterprise Transformation.
Pre-requisites & Certification
There are no hard prerequisites for attending this training. However, as this is an intermediate-level course for practitioners, delegates should have 3+ years of agile experience. Coaching experience is not required but is preferred. We will build upon the experience you already have working with agile teams.
This is an intermediate level course. Therefore, ICP-ATF and/or ICP-ACC qualifications or 3+ years working in an Agile environment would be recommended.
Full attendance and participation is mandatory. There is no exam on this course. Throughout the course, delegates will be formally assessed by the trainer to ensure the certification criteria are met.
Upon successful completion, attendees will be registered for the ICAgile ICP-ENT certification.
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This certification was designed for enterprise, program, and team-level Agile Coaches, Agile Team Facilitators, or anyone aspiring to these roles. It is also relevant for professionals with a strong background in change management and/or organisational design who have a curiosity about agile approaches at the enterprise level.
You will achieve the learning outcomes through participation in online sessions with a unique mix of classroom-based learning and the opportunity to practice what you’ve learnt in online breakout rooms with your peers. For more IC Agile courses courses, check out our website
This course consists of 20 hours of remote training delivered over four days from 13:30 – 18:30 BST (5 hours per session).
This allows participants time to process, reflect, practice new learnings, raise questions, and helps to maximise the learning outcome.