SAFe® Release Train Engineer (RTE)
You explore the skills needed to facilitate and enable end-to-end value delivery through Agile Release Trains (ARTs)—and learn how to build a high-performing ART through servant leadership and coaching—by becoming a SAFe® 4 Release Train Engineer (RTE). During this three-day course, you will gain an in-depth understanding of the role and responsibilities of an RTE in the SAFe enterprise.
# Date Location Venue
1 8th & 9th June 2018 Hyderabad TBD Enroll
2 23rd & 24th June 2018 Bengaluru TBD Enroll
3 13th & 14th June 2018 Manila TBD Enroll
Through experiential learning, you will examine the RTE role in a Lean-Agile transformation. You will learn how to facilitate ART processes and execution, coach leaders, teams, and Scrum Masters in new processes and mindsets. You will also learn how to prepare, plan and execute a Program Increment (PI) planning event, the primarily enabler of alignment throughout all levels of a SAFe organization.
What attendees will learn :
  • Apply Lean-Agile knowledge and tools to execute and release value
  • Assist with program and large solution execution
  • Foster relentless improvement
  • Build a high-performing ART by becoming a servant leader and coach
  • Develop an action plan to continue the learning journey
What Attendees will also Get:
  • Instructor-led classroom training (2days)
  • Workbook authored by Scaled Agile
  • 1 free attempt to take the SAFe® 4 Release Train Engineer (RTE) exam as it will be included in the course fee
  • One year membership to the SAFe Community Platform
  • Course certificate of completion
Pre-requisites :
The following prerequisites are required for those who intend to take the SAFe  Release Train Engineer (RTE) certification exam:
Topics Covered :
  • Exploring the RTE Role and Responsibilities
  • Applying SAFe Principles
  • Organizing the ART
  • Planning a Program Increment
  • Executing a Program Increment
  • Fostering Relentless Improvement
  • Serving the ART
  • Continuing Your Learning Journey
Exam Details :