ITIL® V4 Foundation Certification Training in San Francisco, CA, United States

Path to Become ITIL® MP & ITIL® SL

  • 16 hours of Instructor-led training
  • 16 PDUs (or 25 PDUs on completion of classroom training + 9 hrs of e-learning)
  • 180 days free e-learning on ITIL® V3 Foundation
  • KnowledgeHut is an ATO of Peoplecert and a Certified Partner of Axelos
  • Course fee includes Foundation exam fee (Does not apply for LVC)
  • 2 sample papers to practice for the certification exam
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ITIL® Course Overview

  1. What is ITIL®?

    Business and technology go hand in hand. In this era, one cannot exist without the other. In order for a company to be successful, both the IT and corporate objectives need to evolve. An IT Service Management (ITSM) is responsible for the development of the IT services driven by the knowledge of the current processes involved in the organization.

    The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL®) is a framework designed for the standardization of selecting, planning, delivering, and maintaining the IT services and processes within an organization. The framework helps in achieving the predicted service delivery by improving efficiency. With the ITIL® framework, IT administrator works as a business service partner and not just back-end IT guy.

    One of the reasons why ITIL® is so well-appreciated and demanded globally is because of its versatility. ITIL® has been designed by keeping in mind the needs of different organizations. This allows the organization to incorporate the framework according to their requirements. One can estimate the scalability and flexibility of ITIL® with the fact that it can be easily adapted due to its ability to work in alignment with other practices such as Six Sigma, COBIT or TOGAF.

  2. Certification Scheme in ITIL® V3

    After the completion of classroom training and a written exam, the admins can complete their ITIL® training and get a certification. There are 5 levels of certifications:

    1. ITIL® Foundation 

      This is the certificate for entry-level candidates and focuses on the key terminologies, elements, and concepts that will be used in the lifecycle of the ITIL®.

    2. ITIL® Practitioner

      This certification will help the professional adapt the ITIL® framework according to the business objectives of their organization. This course can be taken up any time after a foundation certificate has been received. This course will also include metrics, communication, and organizational change management.

    3. ITIL® Intermediate 

      This certification covers different concepts associated with the ITSM. It is divided into two tracks- service lifecycle and service capability modules.

    4. ITIL® Expert

      At this stage, the admins will be able to demonstrate the entire scheme of ITIL®. After this certification, the admin will obtain skills pertaining to the best practices of the ITIL®. Apart from the exam, to earn this certification, one needs 17 credits from previous modules and managing across the lifecycle module.

    5. ITIL® Master

      This is the highest level of certification in which the admin needs to explain why they chose their areas of study, methods, and principles. There is no certification exam. The admin must submit written assignments and some oral interviews.

  3. Certification Scheme in ITIL® 4

    The ITIL® 4 certification scheme has been designed in a way to align it with the existing ITIL® v3 and provide a clear path for the practitioners to continue developing their skills.

    ITIL® 4 is the next evolution of the ITIL® framework. It consists of a stream of four modules named ITIL® Managing Professional (ITIL® MP). These four modules are:

    1. ITIL® Specialist Create, Develop and Support

      This module includes the expansion of the current ITIL® scope to cover the creation of the services. It also covers the activities involving the ‘core’ service management.

      In this module, the focus will be on integrating the value streams and activities for creating, delivering, and supporting IT-enabled services and products.

    2. ITIL® Specialist Drive Stakeholder value

      In this module, all the interaction and engagement between the service provider and the customer, suppliers, users, and partners will be covered. The main aim of this module is to use the IT-enabled services to convert demand into value.

      This module will help the candidates gain knowledge about SLA design, CX and UX design, communication, multi-supplier management, customer journey mapping, relationship management and many more.

    3. ITIL® Specialist High Velocity IT

      This module explores the different ways in which the digital organizations and digital operating models function in high-velocity environments.

      Working practices like Agile and Lean, and technologies like Automation, Automatic testing and Cloud are used to focus on the delivery of services and products in order to obtain maximum value.

    4. ITIL® Strategist Direct Plan and Improve

      This module helps the candidates hone their practical skills to create an organization that believes in learning and improving and has an effective strategic direction.

      It will cover the impact of the different working practices in the organization. It also provides candidates with practices and strategies to plan and deliver improvements.

      Below are the four certification levels within the ITIL® 4 scheme:

                    1. ITIL® Foundation
                    2. ITIL® Managing Professional
                    3. ITIL® Strategic Leader
                    4. ITIL® Master.

      ITIL® V4 was introduced with new updates and schemes such as the embodiment of ITIL® Foundation and the ITIL® Master exams.

      Once a student clears the foundation level examination, the next steps are the Managing Professional and Strategic Leader. Both these levels have a different set of examination and scheme.

      • ITIL® Managing Professional (MP)

        ITIL® Managing Professional (MP) is designed for apprentices who engage with technology and digital teams throughout the organization.

        They are not just confined to the IT departments. This course attempts to give experience and expertise to run successful teams, IT projects, and workflows.

        Modules cover ‘ITIL® Specialists’ in -
        • Drive Stakeholder Value
        • Create, Deliver and Support
        • High Velocity IT

          ITIL® Master

          Managing

          Professional

          Transition

          ITIL®  Managing Professional

          ITIL® Strategic Leader

          ITIL®

          Specialist

          ITIL®

          Specialist

          ITIL®

          Specialist

          ITIL®

          Strategist

          ITIL®

          Strategist

          ITIL® Leader

          Create,

          deliver and

          support.

          Drive

          Stakeholder

          Value

          High

          Velocity

          IT

          Direct.

          Plan and

          Improve

          Direct.

          Plan and

          Improve

          Digital & IT

          Strategy

          ITIL® V4   Foundation

      • ITIL® Strategic Leader (SL)

        This ITIL® Strategic Leader (SL) exam is designed for those who engage with “every digitally equipped assistance”. 

        The objective of this course is to develop the apprentice on how to utilize technology to address and deliver business procedure. It also emphasizes the role of IT in this process.

        ITIL V4 Syllabus includes -
        • ITIL® Leader – Digital & IT Strategy
        • ITIL® Strategist – Direct, Plan, and Improve

          Both of these exams end at the same level which is the ITIL® Master exam. It is the most advanced level in the examination.

  4. Credit System & Transition from ITIL® V3 to ITIL® V4

    The ITIL® credit system is used to provide support to the certification scheme of the ITIL®. This is done by recognizing your investment in the certifications.

    Credit system

    In the ITIL® v3 credit system, a specific credit value is assigned to every ITIL® certification. It is done on the basis of its level of ITIL® content. After the candidate has completed the ITIL® examination, certification and credits are awarded. These credits can be used to get the ITIL® Expert level of certification. For this, the candidate must have at least 22 credits. The credits also include the 3 credits from the ITIL® practitioner that covers the full spectrum of ITIL® best practice.

    Before advancing to the ITIL® Expert, 17 credits are required to be earned. These can be earned in any order once the two credits for ITIL® Foundation have been completed.

    Here is detailed information on the credits assigned to different ITIL® Certification levels:

    ITIL® Certification Level

    Credits

    ITIL® V3/V4 Foundation Certification

    2 credits

    ITIL® Intermediate Service Lifecycle stream:

    Service Strategy (SS)

    Service Design (SD)

    Service Transition (ST)

    Service Operation (SO)

    Continual Service Improvement (CSI)

    3 credits each

    ITIL® Intermediate Service Capability stream

    ·         Planning, Protection, and Optimization (PPO)

    ·         Service Offerings and Agreements (SOA)

    ·         Release, Control, and Validation (RCV)

    ·         Operational Support and Analysis (OSA)

    4 credits each

    ITIL® Managing Across the Lifecycle (MALC)

    5 credits


    The following credit values are needed for certification levels higher than the ITIL® Foundation:

    ITIL® Certification Level

    Number of Credits Required

    Composition of Credits

    ITIL® Foundation

    None

    None

    ITIL® Intermediate

    2 credits

    2 credits from ITIL® Foundation

    ITIL® Managing Across the Lifecycle (MALC)

    17 credits

    2 credits from ITIL® Foundation and a minimum of 15 credits from ITIL® Intermediate or complementary qualifications

    ITIL® Expert

    22 credits

    2 credits from ITIL® Foundation, minimum of 15 credits from either ITIL® Intermediate or complementary qualifications, and 5 credits from ITIL® MALC


    The transition from ITIL® v3 to ITIL® 4 scheme

    One can gain the knowledge and skills required to learn the core concepts of the update while transitioning from ITIL® v3 to ITIL® 4 scheme.

    1. ITIL® v3 Foundation certified
      Once you have obtained the ITIL® v3 Foundation certification, you can straight away take the ITIL® 4 Foundation to transition into the new scheme. A new single exam will be required to cover the new material in the ITIL® 4 Foundation.

    2. ITIL® Intermediate/Practitioner level
      If you have started collecting credits from Intermediate or Practitioner levels, it is better to continue with the v3. This will help you prepare for the east transition while gaining the designation of the ITIL® Managing Professional.

    3. ITIL® v3 expert
      If you are on this level, get the ITIL® Managing Professional designation by taking the ITIL® Managing Professional Transition module as soon as it is released.

      After achieving the destination, you will only need to pursue the ITIL® Leader Digital and Strategy module instead of completing the ITIL® Strategic Leader stream. Completing both the streams will make you eligible to move towards the ITIL® Master.

  5. Why ITIL® V4 was launched by Axelos?

    The most significant purpose for developing an advanced version of the ITIL® V3 was because of its specific shortcomings. These are -
          1. An unsatisfactory involvement with the ITSM Community
          2. Incompetent to perceive the current trends in software developments and IT services.

    The latest version addressed the bad relationship issues by giving them heads-up as it will publish the updates in the community, thus avoiding any hindrance in the free flow of data. Moreover, to give the students a complete overview from the beginning, the whole foundation course under the ITIL® V4 has been revised. It is updated based on the requirements of modern business. What makes these revisions so accurate is the fact that they are based on the feedback of millions of ITIL® practitioners and are completely practical.

    Evolution of ITIL® V4 -

    • Evolved ITIL® practices in the wider context of customer experience, value streams, and digital transformation.
    • Embracing advanced ways of connecting with the community by adapting to the new ways of working such as DevOps, Agile and Lean hence promoting new alliances.
    • The framework of ITIL® V4 is designed to give comprehensive guidance to organizations on how they should address the new service management challenges effectively and utilize the latest technologies which will help them transform digitally.
    • Designed to assist the organization to provide effective governance and deliver accurate IT service management which is flexible, co-ordinated and integrated. The flexibility also allows the organization to provide accurate data all over the business without any interruptions to the free flow of data, ultimately improving the customer experience.

      This update has made the ITIL® way more extensible. agile, and collaborative.

  6. Benefits of implementing ITIL® in Organization

    The overall goal of ITIL® is the improvement of the business service. There are a certain set of practices that helps IT service management. The support system of the business service is optimized using the capabilities of the people, process, technology, and suppliers.

    1. ITIL® is one of the most accepted and recognized approaches to IT service management and delivery. It is well-regarded all over the world.
    2. ITIL® is a set of practices, not methodology, making it compatible with popular frameworks like PRINCE2 and PMP.
    3. ITIL® acts as a service provider by running the IT department. This makes IT into a core part of the business.
    4. Processes like the ITIL® Incident Management and Problem Management that quickly restores the services and also creates workarounds.
    5. ITIL® also allows organizations to prevent incidents by reviewing major incident reviews and eliminating root causes.
    6. ITIL® helps your team better understand and manage customer expectations service level management and business relationship management.
    7. Change Management is one of the disciplines of ITIL® that allows Continual Service Improvement (CSI).
    8. ITIL® helps in the management of accounts, budget and charging requirements related to service costs.
    9. Risk analysis and management activities are one of the processes involved in the ITIL.
    10. ITIL® helps keep the customer satisfaction high giving the organization competitive management.

  7. Career Benefits of having ITIL® Certification

    Here are the top career benefits of having an ITIL® certification:

    1. You will gain a detailed insight into the ITIL® framework helping you manage work better.
    2. You will have better job prospects.
    3. You will be recognized for your expertise and management skills in the organization.
    4. You will be able to understand the common terminologies used in business across the industries.
    5. You will be able to better know the relation between business and IT.
    6. There are several ITIL® v3 certifications that will help you build a sharper skills set.
    7. The ITIL® certifications will open doors for you in terms of job roles within your organization.
    8. ITIL® is used globally, so there is a lot of potential for job growth in the market.
    9. For a person who has ITIL® Training, ROI will be much higher.
    10. Certified ITIL® professional is in high demand and the market is stable enough for them to be in demand for a long time. So, investing in ITIL® certification is a low-risk effort.

  8. ITIL® Certifications & Modules

ITIL® 4 Foundation

  • The ITIL® 4 Foundation Certificate is an introduction to ITIL® 4 framework.
  • It allows the candidates to understand the IT Service Management by using the end-to-end operating model.
  • It deals with the creation, delivery, and continual improvement of IT services and products.
  • Professionals who are ITIL® 4 certified know who ITIL® can be used to enhance the IT Service Management.

ITIL® V3 Foundation

  • ITIL® v3 is one of the most coveted certifications in the IT industry.
  • It includes strategic elements that make the IT service management aligned with the business requirements of an organization. 
  • It has five sections - Service Strategy, Service Design, Service Transition, Service Operation, and Continual Service Improvement.
  • The ITIL® v3 certification offers a modular approach to the ITIL® framework.

Service Lifecycle modules:

ITIL® Service Strategy

  • The Service Strategy certification explores the guidelines used for designing, developing, and implementing service provider strategy.
  • It focuses on providing the techniques and knowledge that helps you understand the success and risk factors.
  • They also help you hone the skills involved in the development and progress of strategy in an organization. 
  • The Service Strategy module is worth 3 credits.

ITIL® Service Design

  • ITIL® Service Design (SD) module is one of the certifications of the ITIL® Service Lifecycle work stream that focuses on designing the IT service.
  • It explores the processes, policies, architecture, and documentation of these services that meet the needs of the organization.
  • This module is important to understand the continued development and improvement of services in the IT lifecycle.
  • The Service Design module is worth 3 credits.

ITIL® Service Transition

  • The Service Transition (ST) module focuses on the processing and practicing of techniques used for building, testing, and implementing products and services.
  • It demonstrates the candidates how service transition can be applied to other IT Service lifecycle stages. 
  • The module will teach you the planning and management of the initial operation for the new resources. 
  • This module will help you earn 3 credits.

ITIL® Service Operation

  • The ITIL® Service Operation (SO) module focuses on the processes, principles, functions and operational activities that help in the successful management of the products and services. 
  • It helps the professional coordinates and executes the activities that enable the operation of the products or services and ongoing management. 
  • This module will help the IT teams and organization sustain the product and services.
  • The SO module can help you earn 3 credits.

ITIL® Continual Service Improvement

  • This certification focuses on the techniques from the ITIL® Lifecycle Continual Service Improvement stage.
  • It teaches the candidates how they can review the services and products following the strategy, transition, design, and operation stage of the IT Service Lifecycle. 
  • It also includes guidelines on how technology can be used to support CSI activities and evaluate risks and critical success factors. 
  • The CSI module is worth 3 credits.

Service Capability Modules:

ITIL® Operational Support and Analysis

  • ITIL® Operational Support and Analysis (OSA) module focuses on enabling event, problem, incident, access, request, IT operations, technical, and application management.
  • This module teaches organizations and individuals, the management of day-to-day operations of IT services.
  • The candidates also learn the implementation of the ITIL® processes enabling them to deliver and support IT services. 
  • The worth of this module is 4 credits.

ITIL® Planning, Protection, and Optimization

  • One of the certifications of the ITIL® Service Capability work stream is the Planning, Protection, and Optimization (PPO) module.
  • The module focuses on enabling availability, capacity, demand management, information security, and IT service continuity.
  • Based on the ITIL® Service Design publication, the PPO course helps to develop an understanding of the ITIL® Service Design processes.
  • The PPO module is worth 4 credits.

ITIL® Release, Control, and Validation

  • This module focuses on the practical applications of Release, Control, and Validation (RCV). 
  • This includes enabling plans, test, and implementing new services to meet the needs of the user and organization.
  • The course’s content is from the guidance contained in the ITIL® Service Transition publication.
  • The module is worth 4 credits.

ITIL® Service Offerings and Agreements

  • ITI Service Offerings and Agreements (SOA) focuses on the practical applications of the SOA practices to enable portfolio, service catalog, service level, supplier, demand, and financial management.
  • This course is based on the guidance mentioned in the ITIL® Service Design and ITIL® Service Strategy publications.
  • This course helps the candidates understand the stages of the lifecycle of ITIL® – service strategy, design, transition, and continual improvement. 
  • The SOA module can help you earn 4 credits.

What you will learn

  • The concepts, terms and terminology of ITIL®
  • ITIL® 4 best practices and how to implement them to streamline processes for continuous improvement

  • Fundamentals of Service Management, Service Lifecycle and other IT-enabled services.

  • Applying practices learnt to improve business decisions and optimize customer expectations

  • An in-depth preparation for ITIL® 4 Foundation certification

PREREQUISITES

There are no specific prerequisites for this course, and Axelos has not defined any specific eligibility criteria for the ITIL® 4 Foundation exam. However, the ITIL® 4 Foundation certification is in itself a prerequisite for the higher levels of ITIL® qualifications.

Who should take this ITIL Certification?

  • IT professionals
  • Business managers
  • Business process owners
  • Project managers
  • Students and individuals with interest in IT Services Management
  • ITSM Managers and aspiring ITSM Managers
  • Professionals working in other areas of IT like digital, product, development and service.
  • ITIL certified professionals who want to transition to the new version V4

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ITIL® Course Curriculum

1.1 Recall the definition of:

  • Service (2.3.1)
  • Utility (2.5.4)
  • Warranty (2.5.4)
  • Customer (2.2.2)
  • User (2.2.2)
  • Service management (2.0)
  • Sponsor (2.2.2)

1.2 Describe the key concepts of creating value with services (2.1,2.1.1, 2.2 and all subsections of 2.5):

  • Cost
  • Value
  • Organization
  • Outcome
  • Output
  • Risk
  • Utility
  • Warranty

1.3 Describe the key concepts of service relationships: (2.3.2, 2.4, 2.4.1 ):

  • Service offering
  • Service relationship management
  • Service provision
  • Service consumption

2.1 Describe the nature, use and interaction of the guiding principles (4.3, 4.3.8)2.2 Explain the use of the guiding principles (4.3):

  • Focus on value(4.3.1–4.3.1.4)
  • Start where you are (4.3.2–4.3.2.3)
  • Progress iteratively with feedback(4.3.3–4.3.3.3)
  • Collaborate and promote visibility (4.3.4–4.3.4.4)
  • Think and work holistically(4.3.5–4.3.5.1)
  • Keep it simple and practical(4.3.6–4.3.6.3)
  • Optimize and automate(4.3.7–4.3.7.3)

3.1 Describe the four dimensions of service management (3):

  • Organizations and people (3.1)
  • Information and technology (3.2)
  • Partners and suppliers (3.3)
  • Value streams and processes (3.4-3.4.2)

5.1 Describe the interconnected nature of the service value chain and how this supports value streams (4.5)5.2 Describe the purpose of each value chain activity:

  • Plan (4.5.1)
  • Improve (4.5.2)
  • Engage (4.5.3)
  • Design & transition (4.5.4)
  • Obtain/build (4.5.5)
  • Deliver & support (4.5.6)

6.1 Recall the purpose of the following ITIL practices:

  • In formation security management (5.1.3)
  • Relationship management (5.1.9)
  • Supplier management (5.1.13)
  • IT asset management (5.2.6)
  • Monitoring and event management (5.2.7)
  • Release management (5.2.9)
  • Service configuration management (5.2.11)
  • Deployment management (5.3.1)
  • Continual improvement (5.1.2)
  • Change control (5.24)
  • Incident management (5.2.5)
  • Problem management (5.2.8)
  • Service request management (5.2.16)
  • Service desk (5.2.14)
  • Service level management (5.2.15)

6.2 Recall definitions of the following ITIL terms:

  • IT asset (5.2.6)
  • Event (5.2.7)
  • Configuration item (5.2.11)
  • Change (5.2.4)
  • Incident (5.2.5)
  • Problem (5.2.8)
  • Known error (5.2.8)

7.1 Explain the following ITIL practices in detail, excluding how they fit within the service value chain:

  • Continual improvement (5.1.2) including:
    • The continual improvement model (4.6, fig 4.3)
  • Change control (5.2.4)
  • Incident management (5.2.5)
  • Problem management (5.2.8)
  • Service request management (5.2.16)
  • Service desk (5.2.14)
  • Service level management (5.2.15–5.2.15.1)

Meet your instructors

Sam

Sam Elgawady

ITIL

A consultant and practitioner of ITSM, Project Management, Process Improvement, ITIL Capabilities and Lifecycle Trainer, and IT Business Analyst; Sam has over 15 years of experience in the IT industry.

Having started his career as a computer technician, then a system administrator, he subsequently went on to play the roles of Business Analyst, IT Manager, IT Consultant, Project Manager, and Training Manager. He has implemented solutions, improved IT Processes, managed projects and delivered training initiatives, and workshops on various best practices including Project Management, ERP & CRM, Business Analysis, ITIL V2 and V3 Track, COBIT, ISO20K to a number of leading private and public sector organisations in Australia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Egypt, Qatar, Oman, Nigeria, Kuwait, Jordan, KSA and UAE. His mentoring and counselling capabilities are beyond par and he brings in his vast experience while tutoring professionals who wish to become experts in their fields.

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Prayas

Prayas Kad

Lead Management Trainer & Consultant

Prayas has over 15 years of IT experience spanning across Project & Test Management, Stakeholder Management, Software Validation & Verification, Data Migrations & Integration, Learning & Development Projects, Data warehousing, Business Intelligence and Software Developments, Reporting and Analytics. Assignments. 
His expertise is primarily in domains like Insurance, Finance, Banking, Telecom Billing, Aircraft Software Maintenance MRO, CRM, UK E-Governance Projects, Publishing Media, and Retails.
He brings in his vast experience and expertise into his training workshops, and mentors participants in areas of Test management and Integration.

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Milind

Milind Gawaskar

Business Analyst

Milind is an IT Service Management (ITSM / ITIL) and Business Process Consultant with more than 11 years of versatile IT industry experience and balanced exposure across crucial IT areas including IT Strategy, IT Pre-Sales, IT Service Delivery, IT Risk & Assurance, IT Service Management & Performance Improvement, IT Governance, Business Process Management, Organizational Change Management, Application Development & Support and Infrastructure Support.

His vast area of expertise helps him mentor and train professionals on a variety of subjects and fields. His qualifications include certifications from Lean Digital, ITIL and COBIT.
 

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Ian

Ian Hirst

Project Manager

Ian Hirst is a Certified Project Management Professional (PMBOK) and a highly experienced Project Management and Information Technology specialist who has been involved in the IT industry for over 30 years.

Ian is a Project and Program Management trainer, instructor and counsellor providing project health check, project recovery and program planning support to a variety of business and IT projects and programs in many organizations. 

He has been a lecturer at the Australian National University and the University of NSW. 
Ian’s expertise lies in : 
• Project & Programme Management
• Transition Management
• Stakeholder Management
• Change Management
• IT Governance
• Software Development
• IT Infrastructure
• Testing & Test Management
• Business & Systems Analysis
• Business Process Re-engineering
• Requirements Management
• Risk Management
…among other disciplines.

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ABOUT THE COURSE

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There are a total of 16 PDUs given out through ITIL Foundation training in San Francisco and also gives you a deeper and engaging understanding about the key fundamentals of the subject and elucidate the proper implementation of ITIL in day-to-day life. Not only this, but the course helps you in taking a proper business decision and in improving response times to customers as well.

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