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ITIL® Intermediate Level

 Learn the principles, purposes and objectives of ITIL® Service Lifecycle and ITIL® Service Capability with ITIL® Training Academy

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ITIL® Service Lifecycle Training

ITIL® Service Lifecycle includes modules that are suitable for those who want to focus on the process and practice elements used in the lifecycle. The aim of this training is to provide clear insight of management capabilities that are needed to deliver quality Service Management practices.

 

Following are the modules of Service Lifecycle:

  • Service Strategy (SS)
  • Service Design (SD)
  • Service Transition (ST)
  • Service Operation (SO)
  • Continual Service Improvement (CSI)

 

What are the benefits of taking this course?

  • You will get to know about the key concepts and terminologies used in service management
  • Learn how one module interacts with another module in the service lifecycle
  • Importance of governance and its related framework to create and manage quality services within the organisation
  • Techniques and methods of various lifecycle modules required to provide quality services to the customers

 

ITIL® Service Capability Training

ITIL® Service Capability modules are relevant to those professionals who are looking to gain specialised knowledge in more than one process while focusing on the day-to-day execution of ITIL® practices and their interaction.

 

Following are the modules of Service Capability:

  • Operational Support and Analysis (OSA)
  • Planning, Protection and Optimisation (PPO)
  • Release, Control and Validation (RCV)
  • Service Offerings and Agreements (SOA)

 

What are the benefits of taking this course?

  • You will become familiar with the key concepts and terminologies used in IT service management
  • Learn how one module interacts with another module in the service capability stream
  • Importance of governance and its related framework to create and manage quality services within the organisation
  • Techniques and methods of various modules required to provide quality services to the customers so that they become your permanent customers

 

Why choose us?

Become ITIL® certified with our ITIL® Foundation Level 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 clear 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® Service Lifecycle - Service Strategy 28/08/2018 Preston
3 Days
£995
ITIL® Service Lifecycle - Service Strategy 27/12/2018 Preston
3 Days
£995
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About Preston

Preston is a city and the administrative centre of Lancashire, England. On the north bank of the River Ribble, it is an urban settlement, and unparished area collected with nearby rural civil parishes.  The area achieved city status in 2002, becoming England's 50th city in the 50th year of Queen Elizabeth II's reign. Preston has a populace of 114,300, the City of Preston region 132,000 and the Preston Built-up Area 313,322.

Preston and its surrounding area have delivered confirmation of antique Roman activity in the form of a Roman road.  In the Middle Ages, Preston was a parish and township in the hundreds of Amounderness and was absolutely a Guild Merchant charter in 1179. Textiles have been formed since the mid-13th period when nearby shaped wool was woven in people's houses. Flemish weavers who established in the region in the 14th century helped progress the industry. Sir Richard Arkwright, the discoverer of the spinning frame, was born in the town. This is the most rapid period of development concurred with the industrialisation and expansion of the textile business. Preston was a boomtown of the Industrial Rebellion, flattering a densely occupied engineering centre, with large manufacturing plants. The town's textile sector fell into severe weakening from the mid-20th century, and Preston has consequently confronted similar trials to other post-industrial northern metropolises, with deindustrialisation, economic lack and housing matters.

 

Governance

The unparished urban settlement of Preston is denoted by 19 of the 22 council wards within Preston City Council. Preston is separated between two Westminster constituencies, namely Preston and Wyre and Preston North. The Lancashire County Council structure is located on Fishergate and is the central office for Lancashire, Preston Council Constructions.

 

Geography

The River Ribble is a southern border for the city. The Forest of Bowland forms a locale to Preston to the northeast while the Fylde lies to the west. At 53°45′N two°42′W, Preston is approximately 27 miles north-west of Manchester, 26 miles north-east of Liverpool, and 15 miles east of the coastal city Blackpool.

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