ITIL 4 Managing Professional Transition Module

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  • Course Overview
  • Certification
  • Who should attend?
  • Prerequisite
  • Expected learning outcome

The ITIL certification transition module provides a holistic picture of the critical knowledge that IT management professionals require as related to the 2019 ITIL 4 services value system. The course recognizes your existing achievements in ITIL and allows you to gain the latest skills needed for ITIL and IT system management.

The ITIL 4 Managing Professional Transition Module certification is designed to allow ITIL V3 candidates with knowledge of ITIL V3 an easier transition to ITIL 4. This allows them to gain the newer designation of ITIL 4 Managing Professional via this course.

ITIL V3 certified professionals transitioning to ITIL 4 are best suited for this course. This course also is appropriate for IT managers, IT architects, system administrators, operations managers, database administrators, service delivery professionals, quality analysts, development teams, and process owners and practitioners.

To be eligible to take this transition module, you should have:

  • ITIL Expert (v3) certificate

    OR
  • A minimum of 17 credits from the Foundation and Intermediate/Practitioner/Manager modules from previous versions

    OR

  • ITIL 4 Foundation and 15 credits from the ITIL V3 system In other words, if you have passed (or are prepared to take) the MALC exam, then you are eligible to complete this transition module to obtain your ITIL 4 certification.

As the title implies, the ITIL 4 Managing Professional Transition module is designed to transition ITIL Experts or ITIL v3 candidates across to ITIL 4 efficiently. The transition module consists of a certified training course enabling ITIL v3 certified professionals to transition to ITIL 4.

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