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You can earn professional development units (PDUs) from the Project Management Institute or Scrum education units (SEUs) from the Scrum Alliance when you take training from Front Row Agile.
Each course is unique, so be sure to check if the course is eligible for these type of continuing education units by navigating to the course page.
In general, online training is acceptable for PDUs and SEUs, and is typically at a ratio of 1:1, where one hour of training = one continuing education unit. For more information on how SEUs and PDUs work, check out:
Ways to earn SEUs for Scrum Alliance
Ways to earn PDUs for Project Management Institute
When you've reached a milestone by completing any video training course at Front Row Agile, you get a professional certificate of completion. These certificates represent your commitment to agile continuing education, and can be something you include in your professional portfolio.
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About the Course
Coach of agile coaches and agile trainer, Lyssa Adkins, teaches you how to cultivate the skills to become a successful agile coach.
In eight lessons, “Coaching Agile Teams LiveLessons” will teach you how to become an efficient agile coach, change the mindsets and behaviors needed to do the coaching job well, prove that your work adds value, help others fully occupy their agile roles, make agile meetings purposeful and productive, navigate conflict on teams and foster collaboration within the team to develop great ideas.
What You'll Learn
In this course, you will learn how to:
- Become an agile coach by addressing the skills, knowledge areas and personal development needed to become a good one
- Navigate what mindsets and which behaviors need to change
- Prove that your work adds value
- Help others fully occupy their agile roles
- Make agile meetings purposeful and productive
- Navigate conflict on teams
- Foster collaboration within the team to develop great ideas
The “Coaching Agile Teams” video course covers material not included in the in-person “Coaching Agile Teams” training course offered by the Agile Coaching Institute.
Who Should Take This Course?
Anyone looking to develop their agile coaching skills or to complement the skills they already developed from an in-person training program.
About the Instructor
Lyssa Adkins came to agile as a project leader with over 15 years of project management success. Even with all that experience, nothing prepared her for the power and simplicity of agile done well.
Lyssa has coached many agile teams, and has been a master coach to many apprentice coaches over the past few years. By coaching coaches one-on-one and in small groups, she enjoys a front-row seat as remarkable agile coaches emerge and go on to entice the very best from the teams they coach.
Lyssa's agile experience, along with her professional coaching and training abilities, gives her the perspective needed to guide teams and agile leaders to harness agile as the competitive advantage weapon it was meant to be. She knows the transformation path is rocky. As a large-scale program manager and director of project management offices turned agile coach and trainer, she has lived it herself. This makes her uniquely able to help others change their existing world to the agile world.
Lyssa holds triple certifications: Certified Scrum Trainer (CST), Project Management Professional (PMP) and Six Sigma Green Belt (SSGB). She is also a trained co-active coach.