What courses can I teach?

SAFe Program Consultants (SPCs) who have achieved the necessary validation are eligible to teach the following courses:

  • Leading SAFe
  • SAFe for Teams
  • SAFe Scrum Master
  • SAFe Advanced Scrum Master
  • SAFe Release Train Engineer (Note: There are additional requirements to teach this course.)
  • SAFe Product Owner/Product Manager
  • SAFe DevOps

How do I prepare to teach a course?

SAFe Program Consultants (SPCs) are eligible to teach SAFe courses. SPCs must complete Course Delivery Enablements (CDEs) in order to be validated to teach a SAFe course.

CDEs are:

  • A series of videos compiled in a Learning Plan
  • Familiarize you with the course material and walk you through the activities and exercises, so you’re comfortable running them in a class environment.
  • Each CDE Learning Plan also contains a validation exam designed to simulate the experience your students will encounter when they take their certification exams

Note: You must pass the exam and be validated for each course before you can teach a class.


Completing a CDE provides an SPC access to the licenses for that course. When at least one license is purchased, the courseware kit will be available for download. To download the courseware, go to the Course Admin tab and click on the courseware section. Once you accept the license agreement, you will be provided a download link.

How do I upload a course roster?

To access their certification exams and digital learning plan, your students must first be uploaded into the SAFe Community Platform by way of a course roster. Follow these steps to upload a roster:

  1. Create a Course listing in the Course Admin section of the SAFe Community Platform by following the instructions in this video.
  2. Insure that all of the trainers have been added
  3. After all the trainers have been added to the course, click the Download Sample CSV button. A folder will download to your computer. This folder contains two files:
    • The first file is a READ ME file – Be sure to read this file before filling out the Sample Roster CSV template.
    • The second file is the Sample Roster CSV template – Each column must be filled out completely to avoid receiving any errors when you try to upload.
  4. After the CSV template is completed, save the file.
  5. Return to the course in the Community Platform and click the Upload Roster button.
  6. Select the saved file and click upload.

If the upload was successful, you’ll receive an email confirmation. If you receive an error while trying to upload the roster, read the message and adjust the information on the CSV file accordingly