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The process to get SAFe RTE certification is not very cumbersome.There are only a few steps involved in getting an RTE certification. Let's have a look at them. Here are the steps to becoming a certified SAFe Release Train Engineer:
The first thing you need to do to get an RTE certificate is to complete a three-day course. For this, you need to choose an authorized training partner of Scaled Agile Inc. They are the SAFe Program Consultants and are expert practitioners. This course will give you an insight into the role and a deep understanding of it. Besides, you will learn about the planning and execution of a Program Increment (PI), which is so vital to an RTE role. This course is considered to be of advanced level.
Once you successfully complete the training, you will be directly invited by Scaled Agile to their SAFe community platform and they will provide you the login credentials. Along with this, you will receive information about the exam for SAFe RTE certification.
Next, you need to log in to the community platform and take the online exam.
Pass the SAFe RTE exam with the required number of correct answers(45/60)
Once you have passed the exam, you are all set to receive your SAFe Release Train Engineer digital certification within five to seven working days from Scaled Agile Inc, and then you will become a SAFe Release Train Engineer.
So, you see the SAFe RTE certification process is not at all complicated. All you need is your willingness and enthusiasm to give a boost to your career and proper training to get through the exam.
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