24 hours – On-site or Virtual with live certified trainer
ITIL is the most well-known best practice framework for IT Service Management in the world. It provides a comprehensive approach to managing IT service through processes organized in five stages of a service lifecycle, with the ultimate objective of delivering value to the customer.
- Official accredited student material
- Review exercises
- Simulation exams
- Course completion diploma
- Official certification exam from AXELOS
- 21 PDUs
- What will I achieve?
- Who is this course for?
- What are the exam characteristics?
- What are the course contents?
- Payment methods
What will I achieve?
- Learn the ITIL basic concepts and the vocabulary that will help the organization manage IT services in a standard way.
- Adopt a process approach and develop a service management mindset.
- Learn the five stages of the ITIL service lifecycle: Service Strategy, Service Design, Service Transition, Service Operation and Continual Service Improvement.
- Learn the purpose, objective, scope and main activities of all the processes contained in each service lifecycle stage.
- Obtain the ITIL Foundation certification.
Who is this course for?
- Anyone in the organization who requires a basic understanding of the ITIL framework.
- People who want to improve the IT service management quality within an organization.
- IT professionals that are working within an organization that has adopted and adapted ITIL.
- Business managers and business process owners.
What are the exam characteristics?
- Time allocated: 60 minutes
- Number of questions: 40 multiple-choice
- Passing score: 65% (26 correct answers)
- Format: Online or Paper; closed-book
- Prerequisites: At least 5 hours of personal study during the course are recommended.
When will I know my exam results?
When the exam is paper-based, the results will be notified to the participant afterwards through email. When it is web-based, the participant will get the results immediately after finishing the exam.
What happens if I fail the exam?
The participant who fails the exam may take it again any times at extra cost. No time window between exams is required.
What are the course contents?
1 Industry Best Practices
- 1.1 Best Practices in the Public Domain
- 1.2 Basic Concepts and Background of ITIL
- 1.3 Industry Standards
- 1.4 Frameworks
- 1.5 Models and Quality Systems
- 1.6 Company Standards and Frameworks
2 Service Management as a Practice
- 2.1 Service
- 2.2 Internal and External Customers
- 2.3 Internal and External Services
- 2.4 Service Management
- 2.5 IT Service Management
- 2.6 Stakeholders in Service Management
- 2.7 Processes and Functions
- 2.8 The Process Model and the Characteristics of Processes
- 2.9 Integration of Service Management Processes through Service Automation
- 2.10 Structure of the ITIL Service Lifecycle
- 2.11 Why ITIL is Successful
- 2.12 ITIL Roles
- 2.13 The RACI Model
3 Service Strategy
- 3.1 Purpose, Objectives and Scope
- 3.2 Value to Business
- 3.3 Principles and Basic Concepts
- 3.3.1 Value Creation through Services
- 3.4 Processes
- 3.4.1 Service Portfolio Management
- 3.4.2 Demand Management
- 3.4.3 Financial Management for IT Services
- 3.4.4 Business Relationship Management
4 Service Design
- 4.1 Purpose, Objectives and Scope
- 4.2 Value to Business
- 4.3 Principles and Basic Concepts
- 4.3.1 People, Processes, Products and Partners for Service Management
- 4.3.2 Five Major Aspects of Service Design
- 4.3.3 Service Design Package
- 4.4 Processes
- 4.4.1 Service Level Management (SLM)
- 4.4.2 Service Catalogue Management
- 4.4.3 Availability Management
- 4.4.4 Information Security Management (ISM)
- 4.4.5 Supplier Management
- 4.4.6 Capacity Management
- 4.4.7 IT Service Continuity Management
- 4.4.8 Design Coordination
5 Service Transition
- 5.1 Purpose, Objectives and Scope
- 5.2 Value to Business
- 5.3 Principles and Basic Concepts
- 5.3.1 Assets, Resources and Capabilities
- 5.4 Processes
- 5.4.1 Service Asset and Configuration Management (SACM)
- 5.4.2 Change Management
- 5.4.3 Release and Deployment Management
- 5.4.4 Knowledge Management
- 5.4.5 Transition Planning and Support
6 Service Operation
- 6.1 Purpose, Objectives and Scope
- 6.2 Value to Business
- 6.3 Principles and Basic Concepts
- 6.3.1 The Role of Communication
- 6.4 Processes
- 6.4.1 Incident Management
- 6.4.2 Problem Management
- 6.4.3 Event Management
- 6.4.4 Request Fulfilment
- 6.4.5 Access Management
- 6.5 Functions
- 6.5.1 The Service Desk
- 6.5.2 Technical Management
- 6.5.3 Application Management
- 6.5.4 IT Operations Management
7 Continual Service Improvement
- 7.1 Purpose, Objectives and Scope
- 7.2 Value to Business
- 7.3 Principles and Basic Concepts
- 7.3.1 The Continual Service Improvement Approach
- 7.3.2 The Deming Cycle (Plan, Do, Check, Act)
- 7.3.3 Measurement of Continual Service Improvement
- 7.3.4 CSI Register
- 7.4 Processes
- 7.4.1 The Seven-Step Improvement Process
8 Competence and Training
- 8.1 Competence and Skills for Service Management
- 8.2 ITIL Training
- 8.3 PeopleCert Contact Information
9 Exam Description
- 9.1 Exam Format
- 9.2 Tips for Answering the Exam
10 Review, Evaluation and Examination
- 10.1 General Review
- 10.2 Mock Exam
- 10.3 Mock Exam Review
- 10.4 Course Evaluation
- 10.5 Course Certificate
- 10.6 Certification Exam
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