The ITIL® Foundation Certification introduced us to the basics of the ITIL® framework, and the Intermediate levels provided a deeper focus on IT Service Management. The next step in the ITIL® suite of ongoing excellence is the ITIL® Practitioner certification that helps professionals to understand how to adopt and adapt this ITSM system to support business objectives. By covering the three key areas crucial for success of improvement initiatives, namely Organizational Change Management, Communication and Measurement and Metrics, ITIL® Practitioner offers a comprehensive method to carry out Continual Service Improvement (CSI) to deliver value and maintain global quality benchmarks.
KnowledgeHut, which is an ATO of PEOPLECERT for ITIL® trainings brings you a full-fledged course that will familiarize you with the 9 guiding principles to achieve CSI. In-depth courseware and coaching by experts will help you aim for a first time clearance of the exam and gain the confidence to successfully initiate and carry out required improvement initiatives. ITIL® is among the most widely respected credentials and there is a huge demand for professionals who can confidently apply the ITIL® framework to identify changing approaches to service management.
The ITIL® credit system maps out the route to achieving the ITIL® Expert certification. To learn more, visit this link.
On pursuing the course on the subsequent certification, you will be able to:
There are no prerequisites for attending the workshop but in order to appear for the examination participants should have passed the ITIL® Foundation exam.
In order to achieve ITIL® Practitioner certification, candidates must appear for the exam and gain 70% pass mark.
The exam is:
Apply the ITSM guiding principles in a given context when planning and implementing service improvements
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The ITIL® Practitioner credential is a reflection of your knowledge of the ITIL® framework and its implementation to achieve organizational objectives and business continuity. Based on the various elements of the ITIL® core material, from the ITIL® Practitioner Guidance 2016 publication publication and other supplementary material, the ITIL® Practitioner exam covers the CSI approach to adopting ITIL®, the principles used to guide decisions and actions when adopting ITIL/ITSM and the three critical competencies namely Communication, Measurement & Metrics and Organizational Change Management, needed for successful adoption of ITIL®. Our workshop is a complete guide to passing the exam and gaining the competencies to successfully adopt ITIL® framework.
There are two channels for becoming an ITIL® Expert. The Life Cycle modules route covers the following certifications:
The Capability modules route covers the following certifications:
A total of 22 credits are required to be eligible for ITIL® Expert level. A mix of modules from Life Cycle and Capability channels is allowed provided there is no overlap of syllabus units.
You will get more information regarding ITIL® Practitioner FAQs here
Sample papers shall be shared during the training along with the student manual.
You will receive the qualification of ‘ITIL® Practitioner’ on clearing the examination.
You will get 3 credits towards ITIL® Expert certification and 16 PDUs for PMI® recertification.
PDUs are credits awarded by the Project Management Institute. They recognize your dedication to the Project Management world through the award of credits for every educational effort you make throughout your career. Every PMI® certification, except the CAPM®, requires you to earn a specific number of PDUs per three-year certification cycle.
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