ITIL Foundation Certification Training

ITIL Foundation Training Certification
Delivery Method: Classroom
Duration: 3 Days

ITIL certifications are recognized internationally across industries and regardless of the size of the organization.

The three-day intensive course provides delegates with comprehensive training to prepare them for the ITIL examination (based on “The ITIL Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management Syllabus,” latest edition).

It will enable delegatesto:

• Understand all the elements of the ITIL syllabus
• Understand the specific examination language
• Learn strategies and techniques for mastering the examination

Students will learn how to:
• Explain the context of IT Service Management
• Plan improvements
• Execute improvement plans and strategy
• Demonstrate the use of various ITIL techniques and processes
• Define a new service and its use throughout the Service Lifecycle
• Design services’ management processes, matrices and organizational governance
• Understand the value of communication, documentation and automation
• Understand the examination guidelines
• Please note that the cost of the ITIL exam is included with this course. Our Back office support team will be able to assist you should you have any questions.

Examination Guidelines

Examination structure: questions from all chapters, testing both understanding as well as memory Question structure: multiple choice Extensive examination practice and feedback is included in the workshop. Participants will be requested to take the ITIL examination on the final day of the course.
The examination consists of:

• 40 compulsory questions; No negative marking

• One hour

Course Outline

1. Introduction/Housekeeping
2. Introduction to key ITIL concepts
3. IT as a Service
4. Introduction to processes and process management
5. The Service Lifecycle approach

Service Design
1. Purpose, goal, objectives and scope
2. Service Design processes
3. The 4 P’s
4. Service Design aspects
5. Service Catalogue Management
6. Service Level Management
7. Capacity Management
8. Availability Management
9. IT Service Continuity Management
10. Service Portfolio
11. Information Security Management Supplier management

Service Transition

1. Purpose, goal, objectives and scope
2. Service Transition value to the business
3. Technology and architecture in Service Transition
4. Service Transition Processes
5. Change Management
6. Service Asset and Configuration Management
7. Release and Deployment Management
8. Knowledge Management

Service Strategy
1. Purpose, goal, objectives and scope
2. Value Creation through Services
3. Assets – Resources and Capabilities
4. Service Strategy – Main activities
5. Service Strategy processes
6. Service Portfolio Management
7. Demand Management
8. Financial Management

Service Operations
1. Purpose, goal, objectives and scope
2. Service Operation definitions
3. The Service Desk
4. Technical Management
5. Application Management
6. IT Operations Management
7. Service Operations processes
8. Event Management
9. Request Fulfilment
10. Problem Management
11. Access Management

Continual Service Improvement
1. Purpose, goal, objectives and scope
2. Models and Processes
3. The Deming Cycle
4. Measurement and metrics
5. The Seven-Step Improvement Process
6. Continual Service Improvement activities
7. Risk Management
8. Continual Service Improvement interfaces
9. Interface with Service Level Management

Case Studies and Practice Test