TrainSignal Releases ITIL v3 Foundations Training

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TrainSignal's latest course offering prepares students for successful completion of the ITIL v3 Foundations Certification examination.

TrainSignal Inc, the global leader in professional computer training, announced the release of the new ITIL v3 Foundations Training course.

IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) is the world's most widely accepted approach to the management and delivery of IT Services. ITIL offers a comprehensive framework of best practices usable by any organization large, or small.

Unscheduled work tasks such as hardware failures or other trouble often take precedence over planned work. In this environment, IT staff is frequently behind on scheduled projects. ITIL processes help IT departments move beyond a reactive management approach and improve the overall quality of services delivered. ITIL v3 Foundations covers the fundamentals of the ITIL approach.

The instructor for this course is Veronica Henry. Henry spent 10 years working at IBM before leaving to pursue her passion for writing, the web and all things technology related. She is a Linux enthusiast and has numerous IT certifications including ITIL v3 Foundations, MCSE, MCSE + Internet, GIAC (GSEC), PMP, Linux+, Novell CLA and LPIC-1.

Henry said, "ITIL adoption has jumped exponentially in the last few years with thousands of companies adopting the service framework worldwide, including Microsoft, HP, Fujitsu, Sony, Disney, NASA and others. ITIL has also been listed as one of the hottest IT skills in 2011 as well as one of the top paying IT certifications. It is a great area to move into with a lot of opportunities for IT professionals."

While there are no mandatory prerequisites, ITIL does recommend certification candidates receive formal training such as TrainSignal's ITIL v3 Foundations Training course. Targeted to IT managers, project managers and IT staff whose organizations are exploring implementing ITIL processes and procedures, the ITIL Foundations Training details foundation level material surrounding concepts and terminology used in the ITIL v3 Service Lifecycle. This knowledge will prove valuable in any environment and is crucial for obtaining certification.

TrainSignal's ITIL v3 Foundations Training covers the five core ITIL Libraries: Service Strategy, Service Design, Service Transition, Service Operation and Continual Service Improvement. The course not only provides 100 percent coverage for the EXD0-101 – ITL v3 Foundations certification exam, it takes the additional step of covering real-world scenarios and usage of the ITIL best practices.

Gosia Niklinski, Product Development Specialist, said, "While working with Veronica Henry on this course, we made sure that it provided 100 percent exam coverage for the ITIL v3 Foundations exam. Veronica goes into great lengths to make sure each ITIL framework and concept is fully explained and illustrated with a real-world example."

The ITIL Training offers 17 lessons comprising over 10 hours of instruction. Students receive two DVDs shipped free worldwide, including one video disc and one disc of additional content. Those who want to get started right away can take advantage of instant online access to all course materials immediately upon registering for the course.

To accommodate virtually any device, TrainSignal also offers multiple video and audio formats including, iPod video, Mp3 Audio, .WMV & high quality .AVI video files. In addition, a complete copy of instructor notes is provided as a PDF file that students can review on the go or while completing the training.

In addition, the course includes a free Transcender practice exam that enables students to go beyond just learning the required knowledge to pass the exam, to learning what to expect from such a complex exam.

Like all TrainSignal courses, the ITIL v3 Foundations Training course is covered by a 90 Day Total Experience Guarantee. The ITIL v3 Foundations Training is available for $397.

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