Save Time and Money with the AWA Training Passes
An option that we have for you at AWA is to create fully customisable bundles of our full range of Agile Training courses. This saves you time by booking in bulk, and money as, by booking together, you can create a highly cost-effective rate!
Agile Coach & Facilitator
Take our Agile Coach and Facilitator Training Pass for example. You can save up to £500 by purchasing two ICAgile Certified courses (ICP-ATF & ICP-ACC) together. There’s lots of great opportunities for this one coming up as over the next couple months as we’re running many Agile Team Coach and Facilitator classes in the same week all over the globe in our popular Bootcamp style! Follow this link to see all dates and locations.
How the Training Pass Works
To make it easy for you, there are several ways you can pay for training, including;
- book multiple courses at the same time and save money
- paying in instalments, rather than a single up-front payment
- enjoying the flexibility and reduced cost of pre-ordering by paying for 10x set courses (and/or onsite workshops) in advance, taking them anytime during the year as, and when, they are required
- setting aside a fixed budget to draw on during the year ahead (once you have decided on your learning objectives) and then, simply purchasing training on a person-by-person basis at a reduced cost, creating specific learning journeys for key members of staff. Individual staff can then either attend a private onsite workshop (as part of a larger group) or one of our public courses.
If you want to create bespoke training that matches your learning objectives and your budget, download the AWA Training Pass pack today to view a snapshot of our training pass options.
Don’t see a pass that quite matches your needs?
Please contact the AWA Team who will be happy to discuss your Agile Training requirements and suitable options for you.
Phone: 0203 369 1125
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