COBIT5 FOUNDATION

The COBIT 5 Foundation course, articulated in theory and interactive sessions, addresses the issue of IT governance and illustrates the structure, basic concepts and objectives of the COBIT framework (COBIT5 framework).

COBIT5 Foundation Course

The COBIT 5 Foundation course, articulated in theory and interactive sessions, addresses the issue of IT governance and illustrates the structure, basic concepts and objectives of the COBIT framework (COBIT5 framework).

The course prepares the participants for the COBIT 5 Foundation certification exam.

The COBIT Foundation course (COBIT5 Foundation course) assures, at the end of the course, that the participants will be able, in relation to their own specific company, to understand how the application of the best practice will allow them to achieve the necessary level of IT governance and be able to apply the framework in practical situations.

Prerequisites

It is advisable to have at least two years of  experience in the field of IT governance.

Who it is aimed at

IT auditors, IT managers, those responsible for IT quality or IT processes and IT professionals who want to learn more about the area of IT governance.

Course Outline

Introduction

  • Introduction and Purpose of The Facilitation Guides
  • Purpose of the COBIT 5 Foundation Certificate Course
  • Structure of the Course Material
  • COBIT 5 Syllabus Learning Areas
  • Exam Requirements and preparation

Overview and key features of COBIT5

  • Understand the concepts relating to the structure and format of the framework, the drivers and
  • business benefits
  • Learn the COBIT 5 Format & product Architecture
  • Explore the relations between COBIT 5 and other frameworks and standards

The COBIT5 principles

  • Principle 1 – Meeting Stakeholder Needs
  • Principle 2 – Covering the Enterprise End-to-End
  • Principle 3 – Applying a Single Integrated Framework
  • Principle 4 – Enabling a Holistic Approach
  • Principle 5 – Separating Governance from management

The COBIT5 enablers

  • Principles, policies and frameworks
  • Processes
  • Organizational structures
  • Culture, ethics and behavior
  • Information
  • Services, infrastructure and applications
  • People, skills and competencies

COBIT5 Implementation

Differences with COBIT 4.1

  • Process capability assessment model
  • Understand the Process Capability Model and the basic ISO 15504 concepts
  • Illustrate the benefits of the COBIT5 Capability Assessment approach
  • Briefly describe the Process Reference Model and the Assessment process and steps

Exam preparation

  • Rules, information and best practice to pass the exam
  • Mock exam
Fill Form

Training Type:CoorporatePrivate

JOIN AN UPCOMING CLASS FOR THIS COURSE