ITIL Service Management Practices - Qualification Guidance

Apopka, FL (PressExposure) August 27, 2009 -- ITIL is accepted worldwide as the documentation of best practice for IT Service Management. It is used by hundreds of organizations around the world who have based their service management processes based on the advice and guidance contained within the ITIL books and the supporting professional ITIL qualifications scheme.

We at Ashford Global IT impart the training program, which outlines the roles and responsibilities of all the official parties within the ITIL qualification scheme, including the guidelines and principles of the scheme. It is supported by a expansive qualifications program, accredited training modules, certification, implementation and assessment tools. Candidates involved from their respective organizations can too customize the training program as per their needs and gain a recognized qualification in this discipline whilst working towards their ITIL expert certification .Training at Ashford Global IT is to better reflect the roles individuals perform in organizations, and to help guide IT professionals along the most appropriate education path in the ITIL certification scheme. To gain the widest breadth of ITIL knowledge and gain all the credits one need, we recommend the ITIL Expert certification scheme.

Ashford Global IT offers a series of ITIL training classes including a beginning course(ITIL Awareness and ITIL Foundation) recommended for all IT employees, both management and staff, intermediate courses (ITIL Framework Lifecycle and Capability) for more advanced level employees and management, and an expert level course ( Managing Across the Lifecycle) for CIO's, senior IT management and supervisors. We provide training globally.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 27, 2009 at 6:00 am
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