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Transitional exam for the Managing Professional certification level is announced to start on October, 3rd.
Transitional exam is available for ITIL(r) Expert holders, and also for certified professionals, which gained 17 credits.
The special 5-day exam preparation course will be offered by accredited training organizations (ATOs).
ITIL 4.0 Foundation was launched in early 2019. Now AXELOS together with Peoplecert announces the Managing professional transition certification module and exam.
ITSM professionals, which currently hold ITIL(r) Expert certification or reach 17 credits in ITIL v. 3.1, can attend the transition course and pass certification exam to gain ITIL 4.0 Managing professional certification level.
First the program will be available for ITIL(r) accredited trainers since September, 2019, and exam in early October.
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Official information from AXELOS and PeopleCert:
“we will be launching the higher levels of ITIL 4 in three phases:
A) 3 October 2019: Launch of ITIL 4 Managing Professional Transition Module and exam
The Managing Professional Transition module launch date has been prioritised to help you meet strong customer demand. For that reason, we will continue to review and incorporate feedback, as we launch the other Managing Professional modules.
B) November 2019: Launch of “ITIL 4 Specialist: Create, Deliver and Support” and “ITIL 4 Strategist: Direct, Plan and Improve” from ITIL 4 Managing Professional Modules
The definitive launch date will be provided w/c 5 August 2019.
C) Q1 2020: Launch of “ITIL 4 Specialist: Drive Stakeholder Value” and “ITIL 4 Specialist: High Velocity IT” from ITIL 4 Managing Professional Modules”
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In this article we describe the technical and organizational features of ITIL 4.0 Foundation, if a candidate decides to pass it in an online proctoring mode.
ITIL 4.0 Foundation certification was released on February, 28th, 2019.
The only provider for this certification is Peoplecert. It offers online real-time proctoring, so a candidate should choose date and time. Time interval choice is 10 minutes, 6 days per week, including Saturdays. But if a candidate try to register for short time before exam, some options can be unavailable.
After registering a candidate receives a e-mail with an exam code and detailed instructions.
At the exam day one hour before exam starts, a candidate should download and install special proctoring and communicating software.
Prepare your ID with photo, clean your desk (nothing except a laptop or a workstation). Nobody can attend in a room, also all sounds are prohibited during the exam.
Also a candidate should have a cell phone in a silent mode nearby in case Internet connection drops or other emergency circumstances. Only a proctor can call a candidate during exam session.
After a candidate installs the software, a full access to audio/video/screen systems is granted to it.
When exam starts, an online proctor starts a session. A candidate should show and photo an ID, make his/her photo, and show a room 360`, that nobody attends it.
Afterwards a proctor gives official recommendations. Chat is active, and a candidate can ask questions to a proctor if something goes wrong.
A candidate have 60 minutes (75 for non English speakers) for 40 questions. 26 correct answers mean PASS grade.