ITIL 2011 Service Transition Lifecycle

Overview

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ITIL© 2011 edition is comprised of five core publications: Service Strategy, Service Design, Service Transition, Service Operations and Continual Service Improvement, promoting alignment with the business as well as improving operational efficiency. The official ITIL© qualification scheme describes two streams, the Service Lifecycle Stream and the Service Capability stream.

The Service Lifecycle stream focuses on ITIL© practices within the Service Lifecycle context. The prime focus is the Lifecycle itself as well as the use of process and practice elements used within it.

The Service Capability stream is for those who wish to obtain an in depth understanding of ITIL© processes and roles. Attention to the Service Lifecycle is illustrated as part of the curriculum but the primary focus is the on the process activities, execution and use throughout the Service Lifecycle.

The ITIL© ST (Service Transition) course is part of the ITIL© Intermediate Lifecycle certification stream. The course prepares candidates to take the ITIL© Service Transition Intermediate exam as well as proving valuable knowledge that can be implemented in the workplace.

Target Audience

CIOs, CTOs, managers, supervisory staff, team leaders, designers, architects, planners, IT consultants, IT audit managers and IT security managers who require a detailed understanding of the ITIL Service Transition phase of the ITIL core Lifecycle and the affected processes, functions and activities and their application.

Prerequisites

An ITIL Foundation certificate and preferably two years work experience in an IT Service Management environment.
 

Course Objectives

You will learn:

  • Service Transition principles
  • Change Management within Service Transition
  • Implementation and Improvement concepts
  • Service Transition Activities and Processes
  • Designing supporting systems, especially the Service Portfolio
  • Technology Considerations
  • Management of Cultural change, risks and value

 

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