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ITIL 4.0 certifications transition schema

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”.

Detailed information.


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ITIL v4 certification journey

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.

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The “IT Service management: SLA, Service catalog, OLA” course is updated with practical assignments

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.

Join the course for lifelong at a special price $11.99.

ITIL 4 coming soon

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.

Follow our website for the most fresh information and preparation courses.


CAPM exam available on-line

PMI announced the CAPM – the first step certification for project administrators and managers – are available now in an on-line mode 24×7.

After registration and application approval (experience OR PDUs) a candidate can pass an exam using his/er own notebook from any location.

Look through details and F.A.Q.s at the website.


ITIL® Membership included with each new ITIL® Foundation certificate

AXELOS(r) announced: “Axelos (r) ITIL® Membership with each new ITIL Foundation certificate awarded from 1 January 2018. AXELOS will contact each candidate that has earned their ITIL Foundation certificate this year to activate their subscription to ITIL Membership. To start using their subscription, the candidates’ ITIL qualification details must appear on AXELOS’ Successful Candidates Register (SCR), which they can opt in to throughPeopleCert’s online portal. ”

It’s a very good news! Pass the Foundation ITIL(r) certification and get an annual access to a wide knowledgebase of AXELOS’ community.


ITIL certifications in Peoplecert

As it had been announced a year ago, the Peoplecert is now the single provider for ITIL and PrinceII certifications in the AXELOS(r) ITIL(r) and Prince(r) domains.

The certification exams are available both on-line and classroom.

Important notes for candidates:

  • Classroom – i.e. by accredited exam provider – certifications has a long (up to 2 weeks) procedure of applying and approving.
  • On-line exams are available anywhere with a real-time proctoring. A candidate must choose a certain schedule for taking an exam.

Take our online training to prepare better for the ITIL(r) OSA module!

ITIL to be renewed in 2018

AXELOS(r) – the official ITIL delivering organization – officially notified the community, that in 2018 a wide discussion to be held on a new version of ITIL(r):

The main features of discussion and ITIL(r) new version are the following:

  • “The core elements of ITIL will remain and will continue to derive from the experiences of thousands of specialists and experts. Research has confirmed that ITIL remains best practice for the ITSM industry.
  • The Update will include practical guidance on how ITIL is adopted in conjunction with practices such as DevOps, Agile and Lean.
  • Individuals who have already certified will have their current certifications recognised in the new scheme.”

Our experts take part in the community discussion. Follow for the updates!


PMP holders earn 20% more

According to a survey of almost 25000 project managers all over the world the average annual income of non-certified managers is $91000, while the PMP holders earn about $111000.

The research is available at: