ITIL® Foundation Level

Understand and implement ITIL® core concepts

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TOPIC INFORMATION

ITIL® Foundation Level Courses are designed, for delegates, to develop an understanding of key concepts and terminology in the ITIL® Service Lifecycle and further implement these concepts into your business.

ITIL® Foundation course is an entry level workshop, providing you with the knowledge required to obtain the internationally recognised best practice terminology, key concepts, structure, and core principles of ITIL®. It helps you to prepare for the ITIL® Foundation Examination. The course includes all of the expert training, course material, and exams required to become ITIL® Foundation certified. 

ITIL® Practitioner course is the next stage that includes implementation of basic concepts and terminologies used in ITIL® Service Lifecycle. It provides guidance on “how to” so that you may proceed in applying ITIL® best practices within the organisation.

What are the benefits of taking this courses?

Enhance organisational productivity and user experience by implementing IT Service Management within the organisation. Implementing ITIL® within the organisation helps service providers to:

  • Improve the business outcome for better user experience
  • Enable business change to adopt the latest technology in the industry
  • Optimise user experience to make them permanent customers
  • Slow value for money of customer or business
  • Improve service quality continues to lead the market

Why choose us?

Become ITIL® certified with our customary ITIL® training program to understand and implement key concepts for enhancing the productivity of the organisation. Our well trained and certified instructors will help you to pass the exam in the first attempt. Our ITIL® courses are accredited by PeopleCert. Our courses can be delivered in variety of options such as in a classroom, online, or onsite.

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ITIL® Foundation and Practitioner 26/03/2018 Canterbury
5 Days
£6499
ITIL® Foundation 27/03/2018 Canterbury
3 Days
£4499
ITIL® Foundation and Practitioner 27/03/2018 Canterbury
5 Days
£6499
ITIL® Foundation 03/04/2018 Canterbury
3 Days
£4499
ITIL® Foundation and Practitioner 03/04/2018 Canterbury
5 Days
£6499
ITIL® Foundation 08/05/2018 Canterbury
3 Days
£4499
ITIL® Foundation and Practitioner 08/05/2018 Canterbury
5 Days
£6499
ITIL® Foundation 29/05/2018 Canterbury
3 Days
£4499
ITIL® Foundation and Practitioner 29/05/2018 Canterbury
5 Days
£6499
ITIL® Foundation 28/08/2018 Canterbury
3 Days
£4499
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About Canterbury

Canterbury is an English cathedral city. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Canterbury lies on the famous river named as Stour. The Archbishop of Canterbury is the chief bishop of the Church of England. The globally Anglican Communion functioned as the Apostle to the  Kingdom known as pagan of Kent around the turn of the 7th century. The city's cathedral turns into a key focus of pilgrimage. It is because of the martyrdom of Thomas Becket in 1170.

 

Early history

The Canterbury area has been inhabited since old times. Lower Palaeolithic axes and pots of Neolithic and Bronze Age have been found in the area. Canterbury was first noted as the main settlement of the Celtic tribe of the Cantiaci. In the 1st century, the Romans captured the settlement and named it as “Durovernum Cantiacorum”.

 

Geography

Canterbury is located at the position of 51°16′30″N 1°05′13″E (51.275, 1.087) in East Kent. The coastal towns of Herne Bay and Whitstable are 6 miles ( nearly 10 km) to the north, and Faversham is 8 miles (approximately 13 km) to the north-west. The civil township of Thanington Without is to the south-west; the rest of the city is unparished. Harbledown, Wincheap and Hales Place are chief suburbs of the city.

 

Demography

At the 2001 UK census, the total population of the Canterbury's urban area wards was 43,432. In the year of 2011, the total area population was counted up as 151,200, with an 11.7% increase from 2001.

The 2001 census, residents of the Canterbury, had an average age of 37.1 years. Of the 17,536 households, 10% were lone parents, 39% were couples, 35% were one-person households, and 15% other. Of those aged from 16 to 74 in the city, 27% had a higher education qualification, which was higher than the 20% national average.

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