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Dec 12/2030


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What’s New in SAFe® 4.0

Course ID: SAFe-4-0

Duration: 1 Day
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SAFe® 4.0 is materially different from SAFe® 3.0. It has a number of new constructs, plus an entirely new Value Stream Level designed for people building the world’s largest and most complex systems. This one-day classroom training course is designed to teach SPCs, SAs, SPs, and other SAFe practitioners and stakeholders the difference between a SAFe 3.0 and a SAFe 4.0 implementation.

This class focuses almost exclusively on the specific changes from 3.0 to 4.0, so a good understanding of SAFe 3.0 is a prerequisite. The classroom exercises focus on the impact of the various changes to 3.0 implementations and on strategies to migrate to 4.0 within the participant’s own context.

Learning Objectives

This one-day class provides participants the knowledge they need to upgrade from 3.0 to 4.0. After the class, attendees will be able to:

  • Identify the new features and benefits of SAFe 4.0
  • Determine how the new Value Stream Level can help system builders develop large and complex systems that can include both software and hardware
  • Identify key migration steps from 3.0 to 4.0.


The following individuals previously trained on SAFe 3.0 would benefit from this course:

  • SPC3s
  • SAs and SPs
  • Executives, business owners, managers, consultants, Agile change agents
  • Product managers, product line managers, and solution managers
  • Portfolio managers, program managers, PMO personnel, and process leads
  • Enterprise, Solution, and System Architects
  • Agile Team members (e.g., developers, testers, business analysts, etc.)


  • Student prerequisites: Good knowledge of SAFe 3.0
  • Instructor qualifications: SPC4 in good standing


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Course Outline

  • Overview of SAFe 4.0
  • Building a SAFe foundation
  • Portfolio Level changes
  • New Value Stream Level
  • Program Level changes
  • Team Level changes
  • Developing your SAFe 3.0 to 4.0 migration strategy

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