ITIL Practitioner - Configuration Management

Course

Inhouse

£ 795 + VAT

Description

  • Type

    Course

  • Methodology

    Inhouse

  • Duration

    3 Days

The course is intended to promote ITIL 'Best Practice' in Configuration Management,and allows the course attendees the opportunity to explore all aspects ofConfiguration Management in detail, through a series of lectures and exercises.
Suitable for: The course is designed for those already working in Configuration Management,who wish to broaden their knowledge of the subject and wish to gain a suitablequalification to demonstrate their level of competence, ability and knowledgeof the subject.

About this course

Attendees must have already passed theFoundation certificate in IT Service Management, and should ideally have atleast one years experience working in Configuration Management.

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  • Management

Course programme

Why you shouldattend this workshop?
The course is intended to promote ITIL 'Best Practice' in Configuration Management,and allows the course attendees the opportunity to explore all aspects ofConfiguration Management in detail, through a series of lectures and exercises.

Prerequisites
Attendees must have already passed theFoundation certificate in IT Service Management, and should ideally have atleast one years experience working in Configuration Management.

Who should attend?
The course is designed for those already working in Configuration Management,who wish to broaden their knowledge of the subject and wish to gain a suitablequalification to demonstrate their level of competence, ability and knowledgeof the subject.

The key learning objectives of the courses are:
  • Understand the role of Configuration Management and its importance to the organisation.
  • To understand the interfaces between Configuration Management and the other IT and Service Management processes.
  • Planning for the implementation of Configuration Management.
  • Define agree and manage a Configuration Management process
  • Design, plan, manage and maintain a Configuration Management Database.
  • Define and agree Configuration Item types
  • Define and manage Configuration Items (CI's) throughout their lifecycle.
  • Gain an awareness of relevant Support Tools and their ability to develop and support Configuration Management.
  • To gain an understanding of Configuration Management Information, Reporting, Metrics and Critical Success factors.

Examination:
Inclusive of fee. The course completes with a one and aquarter hour written assignment (essay style) and a one hour closed-bookmultiple-choice paper consisting of 25 questions. The questions will be basedon a Case Study and a set of discipline specific appendices to the Case Study.Delegates must achieve a minimum of 50% in each exam, and a combined overalltotal of 65%.

The Case Study will be the same across all disciplines and isalso the same as the one used by candidates in completion of their in-courseassignment.

ITIL Practitioner - Configuration Management

£ 795 + VAT