Nov. 13, 2015

The Advanced Agile Team Coaching Course comes to South Africa

The Advanced Team Coaching Course for Agile coaches will be presented for the first time in Johannesburg, South Africa starting Jan. 21, 2016

We are very happy to introduce for the first time in South Africa the Advanced Agile Team Coaching Course aimed at ScrumMasters, Team Coaches and others who want to take their skills, knowledge and abilities for coaching and facilitating teams to a professional level beyond the basics. This training is part of the agile42 Coach the Coach Program and the Team Coaching Framework and will be presented by senior coaches Andrea Tomasini and Bent Myllerup, building on the experience of coaching teams during numerous years.

The course will start Jan. 21, 2016 at the FNB Conference & Learning Centre in Johannesburg and will be held over a time period of seven weeks, accommodating the other activities in the company. It consists of five scheduled class days plus two times one-on-one coaching conversations and activities in learning groups. The 5-day-course includes three days of training (day 1, 2 and 4) and two workshop days (day 3 and 5). Day 1 and 2 of the course will take place on the 21st and 22nd January, 2016. Day 3 and 4 on the 15th and 16th February, 2016. Day 5 on the 14th March, 2016.

You will be able to claim a total of 42 SEUs towards the Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Professional (CSP) certification by following all activities of the course: 8 SEUs for each one of the 3 training days and the 2 workshop days, plus 2 SEUs for two hours of 1:1 with a coach.

It is a great chance to improve your standing as an Agile coach and facilitator.

Bent Myllerup at the ATCC course

In this course you will learn about team theories. You will be introduced to a variety of tools, which you will have the chance to practice, learn coaching approaches and use them the way professional coaches do. You will also learn how to set up a team coaching structure that helps you and your teams achieve the goals you set.

During the period of time between day 2 and day 3, you will practice what you have learned, share knowledge with your peers in learning groups and revise your coaching structure based on your learnings. You will also have a one-on-one coaching conversation with one of the agile42 coaches that are coaching your company during the transition. The purpose of this conversation is to provide you with as much help as possible to develop as an agile coach. The agile42 coaches will of course also give you on-the-job coaching when needed.

In the period of time between day 4 and day 5, you will again practice all you learned, meet with your peers for sharing experiences and have a one-on-one coaching conversation with an agile42 coach.

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Peter Hundermark

Peter has worked with iterative and incremental software development processes since 1999, focusing on Scrum and Agile practices since 2006. In 2007 he started Scrum Sense in South Africa. He has introduced Scrum into scores of development teams locally and in Brazil. He leads certified Scrum training classes in South Africa and elsewhere. He is a Certified Scrum Coach and Certified Scrum Trainer.
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Peter Hundermark

Peter has worked with iterative and incremental software development processes since 1999, focusing on Scrum and Agile practices since 2006. In 2007 he started Scrum Sense in South Africa. He has introduced Scrum into scores of development teams locally and in Brazil. He leads certified Scrum training classes in South Africa and elsewhere. He is a Certified Scrum Coach and Certified Scrum Trainer.

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