Scaled Agile Framework – SAFe® Release Train Engineer (RTE) 6.0 Certification Training Class and Exam


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Enhance Your Career and Prepare Lead Agile Change

Join our upcoming RTE class to get your SAFe 6.0 certification and become a Release Train Engineer.

You will walk away equipped to:

  • Apply Lean-Agile knowledge and tools to execute and release value
  • Assist with program and large solution execution
  • Foster relentless improvement
  • Build a high-performing ART by becoming a servant leader and coach
  • Develop an action plan to continue your learning journey
  • Take the SAFe Release Train Engineer (RTE) 6.0 Certification Exam

Topics Covered

  • Exploring the RTE Role and Responsibilities
  • Applying SAFe Principles
  • Organizing the ART
  • Executing a Planning Interval
  • Fostering Relentless Improvement
  • Serving the ART
  • Continuing Your Learning Journey

You Will Receive

  • Attendee workbook  
  • Training and eligibility to take the SAFe® Release Train Engineer (RTE) 6.0 certification exam  
  • 12-month membership to SAFe Studio  
  • Course certificate of completion  
  • Access to instructors for personalized guidance 

Please note: Attendees must attend every day of the course to qualify for the exam.

Class Instructors

Tamara Turkai
Principal Agile Consultant
Certified SAFe® 6.0 Program Consultant, Certified SAFe® Release Train Engineer (RTE), Certified TBM Executive (CTBME)
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My passion for Agile can be traced back to college. I was that kid who was equally in love with math and science as well as fine art. I graduated from a top-level school with a degree in Anthropology. I was and continue to be fascinated by culture and the scientific approach the discipline centers upon. Who knew that would set the stage for a career that kept coming back to Systems Thinking and Customer-Centricity? Fast-forward through a couple of decades of various technological roles until I was fortunate to land with a manufacturing company that prided itself on implementing LEAN at all levels of its organization. I was invited to participate in my first Kaizen, and there was no looking back as I found my passion. From that moment forward, I was hooked on Lean principles and saw similarities to Agile in technology. I have had wonderful experiences as both a practitioner as well a trainer, primarily with large-scale Agile adoption. I excel as a trainer and have had the reward of training over 1,000 students over my lifetime.

I have been able to share my acquired knowledge with a variety of companies in multiple industries, including automotive manufacturing, healthcare, hospitality, insurance, and retail. My experience includes assisting portfolio management transformation, providing Agile, LEAN and SAFe training to leadership, value-stream identification, and Agile product management best practices

Terry Hensley, J.D.
Agile Consultant
Certified SAFe® 6.0 Program Consultant ,Certified SAFe® Release Train Engineer (RTE)
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A consultant with over 18 years of varied professional experience, I have led soldiers in the field and business professionals in the boardroom and courtroom. A love of learning and an almost consuming sense of curiosity have led me through an exciting and fulfilling life. My father often joked that my first word was “Why?”

I am a proud prior serviceman. I served in the Tennessee Army National Guard for eight years and received the Commandant’s Award during my Primary Leadership Development Course leading to my promotion to Sergeant. I actively practiced law for over 12 years before being introduced to Agile practices. I was hooked when I took my first course and immediately saw the benefit of being “Agile” even outside the development environment. Since taking that course (and many others), I transitioned to Agile Consulting and continue to focus on helping develop and guide lean-agile servant-leaders in software-adjacent and non-technical areas. I hold SAFe 6.0 SPC, RTE, and Scrum Master certificates and am currently enjoying disproving the misconception that “Agile only works for software development.”

Get Credit Toward Your PMI and Scrum Alliance Certifications

Your participation in SAFe classes can be applied toward PMI Professional Development Units (PDUs) and Scrum Alliance Scrum Education Units (SEUs).

  • Apply 15 PDUs toward your continuing education requirements for PMP, PgMP, and PMI-ACP certifications with Project Management Institute
  • Apply for SEUs under Category C, toward earning or renewing your CSP certification with Scrum Alliance]