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This dual accredited program is deeply experiential, immersing you in hands-on coaching exercises to reinforce coaching theory. You’ll gain the skills needed to be an effective coach and mentor to bring the best out of the teams you support – and help your team achieve maximum benefit from your agile transformation. This unique program combines our Agile Coaching and Agile Facilitation courses to build in-depth knowledge and experience to assist you to build capability across the wider team.



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ICAgile accredited course: Successful completion of this course will enable you to gain the ICP-ACC Certification and the ICP-ATF Certification from ICAgile, This course aligns with the ICAgile’s Coaching Track along with our Agile Fundamentals course.


Intended for:

Anyone working on an agile project who aspires to the role of an agile coach. 



This is an advanced agile course. To get the most out of this course, you will need to have completed formal agile training and have at least 12 months’ experience working in an agile team.  If you need to learn more about agile practices, we recommend our Certified Agile Fundamentals course as a lead-in.


Learning outcomes:

During this course you will learn about:

  • The mindset and role of the agile coach
  • The techniques to coach and communicate effectively
  • How to mentor and coach people
  • What is needed to effectively start up an agile team
  • How to help grow and develop teams
  • The value of facilitation skills in collaborative work environments
  • How to apply a variety of tools and techniques and the context in which they are useful
  • How to facilitate the various agile work practices
  • The role of the iteration manager (scrum master) and how it can help collaborative teams on their agile journey 


  • The mindset and role of the agile coach
  • Coaching and communicating effectively
  • Mentoring and coaching people
  • Starting up teams
  • Growing and developing teams
  • The mindset and role of the agile team facilitator
  • Facilitation tools and techniques
  • Facilitating the agile practices
  • Iteration management in context


Method used:

Lecturing is kept to the minimum necessary, most of the learning is achieved by applying the practices and techniques in group exercises.


Course outline:

Agile Coaching Bootcamp Outline (PDF).