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The ITIL 4 Certification Scheme is a departure from the credit based ITIL 2011 scheme. And whilst ITIL 4 retains many of the core elements of ITIL 2011, and much of the existing guidance will be recognizable in parts of ITIL 4, there are no direct like-for-like modules between the two certification schemes.
Shortly, if a candidate gained 17 credits in ITIL 2011 certification schema, he/she takes “ITIL Managing Professional Transition” module (to be available in the 2nd half of 2019), and pass the “ITIL Leader in Digital & Strategy”.
Service Operation – Incident, Problem, Request management, monitoring and Service Desk:
The foundation certification on new version ITIL 4 will be released on Feb., 28th, 2019, as announced non-official.
Perfect news: Candidates can follow their ITIL v3 (2011) journey because credits for v.2011 are approved as pre-requisites for ITIL v.4 certifications.
View details at: https://www.itpreneurs.com/blog/the-itil-4-scheme-explained/
There would be no “bridges” between version 2011 and 4.0(2019) certifications.
But the credits earned by a candidate at 2011 courses and exams can be matched for v. 4.0 certifications.
For example, 17 credits are necessary for the “Managing Professional” level. Current Expert certified professionals can take the exam directly. If a candidate passed, for example, OSA module exam, 4 credits are valid for the 4.0 certifications.
The “Specialist” and “MP” certification levels are expected in 2nd half of 2019.
Foundation level is expected by the end of 2018 or early 2019.
ITIL 4.0 is to be announced soon, and IT organizations start their journey for ITIL 4 in 2019. But now we hear news about it almost every day.
ITIL 4.0 incorporates best practices from other ITSM, project, and IT product standards and frameworks such as:
- Agile & Scrum
- Lean & Kanban
- Cloud Computing
- ITRCA kepner & Fourier
The new certification schema consists of 4 levels. Current certification holders remain certified lifelong.
ITIL 4.0 is upcoming soon!
The best IT management practices are widely extended, and will include the following standards, frameworks, and concepts:
- PRINCE2 – for project management
- DevOps – full-lifecycle product management
- Agile implemented by Scrum framework
- Kanban for chaos and innovators, and
The course contains various practical assignments. Students can try to implement new knowledge and improve their practical skills.
Each assignment can be discussed with an experienced trainer – IT professional.
The course helps to prepare for ITIL Foundation and SOA module certifications.
We strictly follow the recommendations and feedbacks of our students. And now 3 practice assignments are added to the course.
Now each student can make his/her own exercises according to his/her IT organization specific features and discuss the case with the trainer at the course forum.
AXELOS announces ITIL remains the most popular IT service management framework according to the year 2017 research.
The ITIL 4th version is improved with Agile and lean best practices. We expect, the ITIL v.4 will be represented in November, 2019, and will be public available in February, 2019.
Afterwards the certification schema will be changed during years 2019 – 2020.
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