Haileybury has launched a new professional development program for its teachers, called the Haileybury Microcredential in Agile Learning Design. The microcredential helps teachers develop insights into the philosophy of Agile – a methodology originally created for use in software design – and apply it to the design and delivery of learning materials and professional practice. The value of Agile is to enable teachers to develop better courses more quickly by selectively using a set of tools, such as Minimum Viable Products (early working prototypes), and practices such as sprints (short periods of work). These tools and practices have been documented to work very well in the development of software and are now being applied to other industries. As Haileybury refines and develop the microcredential, the school will offer it to selected educators nationally and internationally.