Our eLearning modules ITIL® V3 Edition 2011 are based on the current status of didactics, pedagogy and ergonomics. The advantages of these modern learning methods can be summarised in 3 words: anywhere, anytime and flexible.
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You will get an ITIL® Edition 2011 Overview based on the requirements of the Foundation requirements:
Module 1 Introduction and Basics concept:
Business and IT Integration: the challenges, What is a Service?, What is Service Management?, Service Management in practice, What is IT Governance?, Processes and functions, Roles and the RACI model, Basic concept of generating added value (Utility & Warranty), Behaviour, attitude and culture , Service Lifecycle, What is ITIL®?, Why is ITIL® so successful?
Module 2 Service Strategy:
An overview of the Service Strategy Phase, Generating added value through services, Service Level Packages, A model of business activities, Resources and abilities, Risk management, Service Portfolio Management, Financial Management for IT Services, Business Case, Business Relationship Management, Technology and Architecture
Module 3 Service Design: Overview of the Service Design Phase; The 4 Ps of Service Management: People, processes, products and partners; The five main aspects of Service Design; Service Design Packages; Service Level Management; Service Catalogue Management; Availability Management; Information Security Management; Supplier Management; Capacity Management; IT Service Continuity Management; Design Co-ordination; Abilities and Training.
Module 4 Service Transition: Overview of the Service Transition phase; Principles and policy of the Service Transition phase; Change Management; Release and Deployment Management; Knowledge Management; Service Asset and Configuration Management; Transition Planning and Support
Module 5 Service Operation: Overview of the Service Operation phase; The principles and role of communication in the Service Operation phase; Incident Management; Problem Management; Event Management; Request Fulfilment; Access Management; as well as the Service Desk, Technical Management, Application Management and IT Operation Management functions
Module 6 Continual Service Improvement: the Continual Service Improvement phase; the Continual Service Improvement approach; the Deming Cycle; the role of measuring for the Continual Service Improvement; types of metrics; the 7-Stage Improvement Process; Service Reporting
ITIL V3 Mock Exam (80 Questions)
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