Yes. Copyright law and the Doctrine of Fair Use limit the amount of SAFe content that others can reproduce, and it requires that copied content be followed by “© Scaled Agile, Inc.” If you seek to use what could be considered a substantial amount of copyright materials (text and/or graphics), check with us first by submitting a permission … Keep reading
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Yes, we allow supplementation with your own slides as you are in the best position to decide what is appropriate for your audience.
No, you do not need to submit a permission request to use “Introducing SAFe,” if it is for promotional or informational purposes and does not compete with anything offered by or for Scaled Agile, Inc. or its Partners. You may use any or all of the slides, but you may not modify the original slides … Keep reading
“Introducing the Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) for Lean Enterprises” is a presentation that evolved from and replaces “SAFe Foundations,” and can be found under the Resources tab on the Presentations and Videos page. It is an ideal way to introduce people to SAFe and comes with speaker notes, so it offers valuable guidance on how … Keep reading
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Only Scaled Agile, Inc. certified consultants and Partners may provide SAFe training, and they can do so only using our courseware, workbooks, and other material, according to a written license agreement.
SAFe training is vital to ensuring the success of a SAFe transformation. For detailed information, see the How to get SAFe certified page and the courses overview. And you can find courses all over the world on the Training Calendar.
Our vast Partner network reaches most parts of the world. Scaled Agile, Inc. has talented and well-connected people who manage regions across the globe and can coordinate regional assistance for in-person training.
We do not permit remote delivery of courses, because the SAFe is largely experiential. Classes must be taught and attended in person, and we no longer make exceptions to the Courseware License Agreement’s in-person requirement.
Yes, we permit teaching courses in local languages, but the content and slides must not be translated and must be presented unmodified in English. Important note: the exam will always be in English.