It is important to remember that the 2011 Edition of ITIL is merely an update to the publications...The core concepts within the framework remain constant, ITIL is still ITIL.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) September 19, 2011
Pink Elephant today launched its updated ITIL Foundations course to reflect changes made in the 2011 edition of books.
The ITIL methodology is used globally and provides frameworks and best practices to enhance the management of IT services. The 2011 updates reflect an evolution of the methodology as noted by ITIL practitioners and the training community over the past 3 years.
“It is important to remember that the 2011 Edition of ITIL is merely an update to the publications,” said Frances Price, Director of Product Services, Pink Elephant, “Readability and ease of understanding has been improved, which will support use within the practitioner community. The core concepts within the framework remain constant, ITIL is still ITIL.”
The project mandate of ITIL 2011 was to correct errors, remove inconsistencies, and improve clarity and structure. Pink Elephant is excited and positive about the updates and looks forward to continuing to provide students with the highest quality of ITIL education, training and consulting.
ITIL practitioners who hold existing ITIL certifications will not need to become recertified as a result of the changes.
For more information, or to register for an ITIL Foundations course, please click here.
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