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The course has been developed in response to an increasing demand for specific training and it helps to understand the broader implications of the introduction of an IT service catalogue as suggested in the ITIL Service Design Book.
Service Catalogue looks at ways to:
- control demand,
- publish and track service pricing and cost,
- and automate service request management and fulfilment.
TypologyDistant course with exam
Course start date21-02-2018
Course end date23-02-2018
The service catalogue provides a clear view of what services IT provides and how IT adds value for the money allocated.
The course aims to provide the knowledge and expertise needed to manage the catalog of services.
It enables good governance in that the key terms, conditions, and controls defined in the Service Catalogue are integrated into the service delivery processes of the organisation. It enables an organization to better plan, deliver and support services while accurately costing and pricing services.
The Service Catalogue looks at common activities such as ordering of PC/desktop, telecommunication, collaboration, and support services, which can produce measurable results and assures consistent service pricing and quality. Service Catalogue also looks at ways to help reduce cycle time; implementing workflow can reduce the time it takes to fulfil services, saving numerous hours per request. Organizations can thus reallocate precious staff time to more strategic initiatives.
A "Service Catalogue" is a list of services that an organization provides, often to its employees or customers. Each service within the catalogue typically includes:
- A description of the service
- Timeframes or service level agreement for fulfilling the service
- Who is entitled to request/view the service
- Costs (if any)
- How to fulfil the service.
Who it is aimed at
IT professionals responsible for managing the Service Catalogue to generate benefits for their companies.
- Introduction to basic concepts of service catalogue;
- Principles of service catalogue;
- Technologies in support of the service catalogue and managing service requests;
- Plan and implement a service catalogue;
- Roles involved in managing the service catalogue;
- Measurement, reporting and continuous improvement;
- The Business Case;
- Key reports and interfaces to other major ITIL Processes.
40& of the hours of the course are devoted to practical exercises.
- Student manual: slides presented by accredited teacher with explanations
- 1 official mock exam
- it is recommended to be certified at ITIL Foundation level (preferably version 3).
- to be able to take the exam you must have attended an accredited course that provides at least 18 hours of training;
- further hours of personal study are also recommended in addition to the course ones;
- a minimum of two years work experience in the IT field is recommended.
To take the exam you must have read and accepted the terms and the conditions of examination institute available in English language. The acceptance of such terms and conditions will have to be confirmed when taking the exam.
Material course language
Service Catalogue official certificate