2012年11月9日，来自荷兰的“国际信息科学考试学会”（EXIN – Examination Institute for Information Science）代表拜访我中心，同我校领导共同探讨进一步合作事宜。
The Sourcing Governance Foundation course provides a basic knowledge of what the main concepts of Outsourcing and Sourcing Governance are and how they can be applied. Outsourcing IT services has changed the management context for providing the business with the IT services it needs. Operational control is transferred into management of commercial relationships, contracts and coordination of the services from specialized suppliers. Best practice shows that implementing and operating a Sourcing Governance Function will require staff awareness and understanding of the key principles and concepts of outsourcing and sourcing governance. In this course an interactive approach is used combining lecture, discussion and exercises.
The IT Governance Foundation course provides an overview of the main concepts of IT Governance according to CobiT and how they can be applied. Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology (CobiT) is an IT Governance, control framework and maturity model. CobiT’s purpose is to align IT resources with an enterprise’s business objectives so services and information, when delivered, meet quality, fiduciary and security needs. It is also intended as a mechanism to balance IT risks and returns through an interactive approach combining lecture, discussion and exercises.
The *ISO/IEC20000 Foundation* course is the entry level course for ISO/IEC20000 standard for IT Service Management. Participants will learn the principles and core elements of the ISO/IEC20000 standard for IT Service Management. ISO/IEC20000-1 (Part 1) is the formal specification which defines the requirements that must be achieved. ISO/IEC20000-2 (Part 2) describes a code of practice. An interactive approach is used combining lecture, discussion and exercises.
This course, based on the ITIL best practice service lifecycle approach, provides IT Managers, Practitioners and anyone who uses IT services with a practical understanding of the key concepts, principles, processes and functions that enables successful IT Service Management (ITSM) provision.
This course is delivered using an exciting case study designed to further enhance and cement the candidates understanding of ITIL version 3. Students who have attended this course are suitably prepared to successfully take the associated ITIL V3 Foundation certification test which is a requirement for attending any of the further learning courses (ITIL V3 intermediate level training) available in this track.
ITIL® v3 Awareness workshop provides a high level overview of IT Service Management and IT Service Management Best Practices based on ITIL version 3 (v3). Participants will learn the principles, core elements and benefits of the Service Lifecycle approach to IT Service Management according to ITIL v3.
The ITIL v3 Foundation Bridging Course is a one-day, instructor-led course introducing ITIL v3, focusing on how it differs from ITIL v2.
The ITIL® v3 (version 3) RCV (Release, Control & Validation) course is part of the ITIL®v3 Intermediate Capability certification stream. The course prepares candidates to take the ITIL® v3 Release, Control & Validation Intermediate exam as well as proving valuable knowledge that can be implemented in the workplace.