The ICP-ACC is one of two knowledge-based certifications on the Agile Coaching track. The certification focuses primarily on the mindset, roles, and responsibilities of an Agile Coach. After finishing the certification, the learner will be able to differentiate between and among mentoring, facilitating, professional coaching and teaching, and will also gain the skills needed to create a safe environment for meaningful collaboration and healthy conflict resolution within an agile team. This certification introduces participants to foundational team coaching skills and team development concepts for starting and growing teams while focusing on teams and organizations as human systems. A key part of this certification focuses on developing an understanding of the professional coaching skillset and the value of honing these skills to serve individuals on an agile team.
Trainer will cover the required learning outcomes for this certification in approximately 18 hours of instructional activities over the course of 4 days with pre-training and post-training calls.
View the updated Agile Coaching Track (ICP-ATF & ICP-ACC) Learning Outcomes here.
Agile Coaches or aspiring coaches with a passion for servant leadership and a desire to learn and practice facilitation, professional coaching, mentoring, and teaching in service of Agile teams. Other relevant roles include ScrumMasters, Iteration Managers and Agile Project Managers. Although it is not a formal prerequisite, we have found that this certification is best pursued after Agile Team Facilitation (ICP-ATF).
Agile Coach & Trainer
Scrum Alliance, CEC, CTC, CSM, CSPO, CAL-I, CSP
International Coaching Federation, ICF-ACC
CRR Global, ORSC
Management 3.0, Trainer
SAFe, SAFe Program Consultant
LeSS, Certified LeSS Practitioner & Trainer
Training From The Back Of The Room, Trainer
Scrum @Scale, Certified Practitioner
Lean Kanban University, KMP-1
John loves seeing individuals, teams and organisations become the best they can be. He does this using a mixture of coaching approaches embedded with the agile mindset. John spends most of his time supporting organisation to descale and self-organise relying heavily on the Systemic Modelling skills he learnt through his ongoing training from Caitlin Walker.