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Course Outline
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Restoring normal service quickly through Incident Management
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Request fulfillment
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Managing Problems with root cause analysis
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Change, configuration and release
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Availability
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Capacity
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Service continuity
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Mapping Service Operation functions to activities

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Service Desk
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IT Operations Management
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Follow-the-sun operation
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To order to instigate a better sense of project management ethics and product development an Agile Foundation Certification will go a long way to implement these policies. It has been noted that project managers who undergo the course can become Agile Certified Practitioner. Now these practitioners have authority to implement agile methodologies for efficient deliverables in their organizations. To avail such a course, one should have at least dedicated 21 hours to the course in order to appear for the PMI-ACP® Certification.
pmi-acp-certification-training
10000
4000
Business And Process Framework Training And Certification
project-management

PMI-ACP® Certification Training (Agile Certified Practitioner)

PMI-ACP® Certification Training (Agile Certified Practitioner)

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IT Service Management
4
For professionals who are interested in knowing key elements, concepts and terminology used in the ITIL® service lifecycle, ITIL® Foundation Certification Training is the right approach. The all-inclusive course gives a first level of training for any professional in the field of support and delivery of IT services. ITIL® v3 foundation is ideal for organizations that have adopted and adapted ITIL® and who need to be informed about, or contribute to, ongoing service improvement. After a typical classroom training, participants will need to give the ITIL® Foundation Exam. One may also choose to study on an independent basis through the ITIL® Online Training program. The ITIL® Foundation Online course all includes comprehensive study material that makes it convenient for the participant to study at one?s own pace and prepare for the exam too. The ITIL® Certification will enable a service organization?s capacity, competency, and confidence for action. The act of transforming resources into valuable services is at the core of service management. Without these capabilities, a service organization is merely a bundle of resources that, by itself, has relatively low intrinsic value for customers
itil-foundation-training
22000
4400
Business And Process Framework Training And Certification
Online
it-service-management

ITIL® Foundation Certification Training

ITIL® Foundation Certification Training

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IT GOVERNANCE
4
The CGEIT training & certification is intended to recognize a range of professionals for their knowledge and application of IT governance principles and practices. A CGEIT certification enables you to be recognized for your abilities to grasp the complex subject of governance of technical competences, IT infrastructures and business processes, and understand and relate with executive management to align IT with furthering enterprise goals and objectives.
cgeit-certification-training-course
10000
2000
Business And Process Framework Training And Certification
it-governance

CGEIT Certification Training Course

CGEIT Certification Training Course

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