Kanban System Design (KMP I)

This 3-day course teaches candidates the Kanban method basics, enabling them to guide a team in their adoption of Kanban from initial visualization through to evolutionary change.

Students learn to identify and resolve hindrances to workflow and aid the evolution of practices according to the development teams’ needs in a meaningful way.

For agile practitioners who want to enhance their Lean/Agile skillset.

This is the first of 2 courses which candidates must attend to earn a Kanban Management Professional certification.

Format: Virtual classroom

Location: London Online

From £995
Kanban Systems Improvement (KMP II)

This 3-day course helps candidates build upon what they have learned in Kanban System Design (KMP I).

Candidates learn how to improve agility with asymmetrical commitment, cadences, Kanban meetings, metrics, and policy. This course also has a large focus on enterprise-level Kanban applications.

For Kanban practitioners looking to make further improvements in their systems and scale beyond the team level.

Only candidates who attend both KMP I and KMP II courses are eligible to obtain a Kanban Management Professional certification.

Format: Virtual classroom

Location: London Online

From £995

About Kanban certification

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Kanban is a method for managing the creation of products with an emphasis on continual delivery. Like Scrum, Kanban is a process designed to help teams work together more effectively.

Kanban University runs several certification programs to build awareness and assure quality in Kanban implementations for professional services. Kanban University offers certified Kanban courses delivered through a global network of accredited Kanban trainers. [MORE]

Kanban System Design (KMP I) course

Learn the basic principles of the Kanban method with the aid of an experienced, professional Kanban trainer.

This class includes a Kanban simulation as well as interactive case-studies and exercises designed to help you build the perfect Kanban system.

This Kanban Systems Design (KMP1) qualification is for:

  • Anyone who wants to be successful using Kanban within their organisation or anyone who works with teams utilising Kanban.
  • Those new to Kanban and those experienced in Kanban who want to consolidate their knowledge through practical training.
  • Those in Scrum or Agile roles including product managers, project managers, development team members, business analysts, scrum product owners and scrum masters.
  • Entire teams who want to learn and experience Kanban together.

A successful Kanban System Design (KMP I) candidate will be able to:

  • Identify internal and external sources of dissatisfaction.
  • Analyse demand vs. capability.
  • Model the knowledge discovery process.
  • Design Kanban systems and their visualisations.
  • Identify and prioritise improvements.
  • Choose cadences for activities.
  • Identify classes of service.
  • Create a rollout plan, negotiating strategy with stakeholders.

Kanban Systems Improvement (KMP II) course

This course focuses on the rollout and daily operation of a Kanban system. You will learn which type of Kanban initiative is most appropriate for your organization and how to manage and evolve it over time without loss of productivity.

This Kanban Systems Improvement (KMP II) qualification is for:

  • Those in middle-management such as line managers.
  • Experienced Kanban practitioners who wish to refine their methods and strategies.
  • Process improvement coaches.
  • Those in Scrum or Agile roles including product managers, project managers, development team members, business analysts, scrum product owners or scrum masters.

A successful Kanban Systems Improvement (KMP II) candidate will be able to:

  • Resolve resistance to work in progress (WIP) limits.
  • Explain and use asymmetrical commitment.
  • Implement the rollout phases for a Kanban initiative.
  • Develop a service orientated approach.
  • Manage evolutionary change.

Exam details

Kanban System Design (KMP I) exam

There is no exam for the Kanban System Design (KMP I) course.

Candidates who attend the full course will have their attendance recorded and be made eligible to attend the Kanban Systems Improvement (KMP II) course.

Pre-requisites: None

Kanban Systems Improvement (KMP II) exam

There is no exam for the Kanban Systems Improvement (KMP II) course.

Candidates who attend the full course will have their attendance recorded. Those who attend both KMP I and KMP II classes will be granted the Kanban Management Professional certification.

Pre-requisites: Kanban System Design (KMP I)

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Online learning

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You can also gain some professional agile certifications by taking a self-study course (also referred to as e-learning, or sometimes as distance learning).

What you need

  • Any device (Windows, Mac, iOS, or Android).
  • Web browser software.
  • Audio device.
  • Internet connection.

Benefits of self-study online courses

There are many benefits of self-studying AgilePM online including:

  1. You don’t need to travel anywhere to attend a course.
  2. There are no overnight hotel fees to pay, so you save money.
  3. You can stop and pick up the course again any time within 12 months.
  4. You can study in your own time – there’s no waiting for other students in a classroom.
  5. You have highly interactive course materials designed using the best practices in instructional design by experienced designers working alongside subject matter experts.
  6. You don’t get boring videos of a trainer reading from PowerPoint slides.