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Prepare for the ITIL Intermediate Release, Control and Validation Certification Exam with full-time intensive training course from iCert Global in . We are an AXELOS Certified Partner for imparting ITIL Intermediate training and an Acquiros Accredited Training Organization (ATO) for ITIL Intermediate certification training worldwide.
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ITIL® Intermediate Release Control and Validation Certification Training Course in , United States
Release, Control and Validation Qualification
The Release, Control and Validation module is one of the ITIL Service Capability modules, and will be of interest to candidates wishing to gain a deep level of understanding of ITIL processes and roles, how they are implemented and how they interact.
Is it right for me?
As with any of the Intermediate modules, there is no mandatory requirement but two to four years professional experience working in IT Service Management is highly desirable.
The Release, Control and Validation qualification would suit candidates in the following IT professions and areas:
Release Manager Security Administrator IT Operations Manager Database Administrator Security Manager
We have provided this list as a guide only, and choices will depend on the candidate's individual career goals and objectives.
Why should I take it?
The modular structure of the Intermediate level allows you to develop an ITIL specialism. The Release, Control and Validation module will help you to gain the technical level of knowledge and skills required for detailed execution and implementation of specific ITIL processes.
Service Lifecycle modules which would enhance your knowledge gained from this module are:
Service Transition (ST)
Service Operation (SO)
You may also choose to use the qualification and credits and supplement them with additional modules to achieve ITIL Expert Level.
Credits obtained from the Release, Control and Validation (RCV) qualification may not be combined with the credits obtained from the IPRC or CCR Practitioner modules towards an ITIL Expert Level application due to the high level of content overlap.
To be eligible for the examination leading to ITIL Release Control and Validation Certificate, the candidate must fulfill the following requirements:
Have undertaken at least 30 contact hours (hours of instruction, excluding breaks, with an Accredited Training Organization (ATO) or an accredited
e-learning solution) for this syllabus, as part of a formal, approved training course/scheme
2 to 4 years professional experience working in IT service management is highly desirable
Hold the ITIL Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management (or other appropriate earlier ITIL and bridge qualifications
Learning Unit RCV01: Introduction to release, control and validation (RCV)
Learning Unit RCV02: Change management
Learning Unit RCV03: Service asset and configuration management (SACM)
Learning Unit RCV04: Service validation and testing (SVT)
Learning Unit RCV05: Release and deployment management (RDM)
Learning Unit RCV06: Request fulfillment
Learning Unit RCV07: Change evaluation
Learning Unit RCV08: Knowledge management (KM)
Learning Unit RCV09: Release, control and validation roles and responsibilities
Learning Unit RCV10: Technology and Implementation Considerations
What is the cost of ITIL Foundation classroom training?
ITIL Foundation courses are generally 3 days long. iCert Global offers ITIL Foundation course that leads to the ITIL foundation qualification and enables delegates to understand the key concepts and terminology within the newly updated ITIL framework. Delegates will sit the ITIL exam on the final day. The cost of this course depends upon the location .
What is an ITIL qualification?
ITIL stands for: Information Technology Infrastructure Library.
The ITIL Certificates are designed as - IT Service Management - qualifications . They are aimed at all personnel who wish to become familiar with the best practices for IT Service Management, as defined in the Axelos IT Infrastructure Library guidelines.
What does having ITIL certification mean?
The holder of the Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management should be aware of the techniques, processes and functions in the core ITIL publications of Service Strategy, Service Design, Service Transition, Service Operation and Continual Service Improvement. He or she should be able to relate this knowledge to wider IT issues and to their own work environment.
How do I get recognised in ITIL?
To get recognised in ITIL as an individual you need to achieve certification by taking an ITIL examination through a recognised exam centre. There are several levels to ITIL certification and which one aim to reach will depend on your current career level and your aspirations for the future.
For companies wishing to adopt ITIL, the route tends to be slightly different. The biggest decision is deciding if ITIL is right for you, and that requires an investment of time, collecting and reviewing information from the marketplace.
Why do I need an ITIL Qualification?
The majority of people that consider ITIL as a qualification do so for career and personal development reasons. Often this is driven by a change of job or career, where you notice that to get to the top of the CV pile, you need to have an extra qualification like ITIL (even if you have been involved in service management successfully for many years without it). In many advertised positions ITIL has become a prerequisite.
The majority of companies that implement ITIL also encourage their employees to take the exams. If your staff have accredited ITIL qualifications, then you can present your company as using ITIL. This works particularly well where you tender for or supply to any large IT organisations or outsourcing companies.
- Service Strategy Guidance on defining the types and levels of service that you wish to provide to your users and/or your customers.
- Service Design Guidance to shape the way in which your service strategy will become a reality.
- Service Transition Guidance on the implementation of these services. Moving from the previous state to the new state.
- Service Operation Guidance on the day to day management and measurement of your services.
- Continual Service Improvement Guidance on how to periodically reviews your portfolio of services to ensure that they are as good as they can be and still of value you to your clients.
In addition, ITIL is supported by a comprehensive qualifications scheme, accredited training organisations, and implementation and assessment tools.
Can I use the ITIL Manuals only to study?
For foundation level you can, as the ITIL manuals contain pretty much everything you need. However it is hard work, and often your own interpretation of ITIL may be different to that required. If you are working on a shoestring budget, then this may be the only option open to you, but with all the extra study involved, your time may be better spent learning using an accredited course.
For the intermediate or diploma levels it is compulsory to attend an accredited training course.
What languages are the ITIL examinations available in?
The Foundation examinations are available in English, French, Spanish, German, Portugese, Chinese, Japanese and Russian. The Practitioner examinations are available in English only. The Service Manager examinations are available in English, German and Russian.
If I take ITIL Foundation in another language do I still have to learn the ITIL terms in English?
Yes, you do. In the examinations you will find both the English as well as the translated terms. The ITIL terms can be found in the exam requirements.
How long do I have to wait for the results of my multiple choice examinations?
For each multiple choice exam, every candidate receives the result paper and certificate within four weeks of the examination session.
How can I specify how my name should be printed on the certificate?
At the start of the examination session one fills in the Personal Data Form. On this form there is an item where you can specify exactly how your name should be printed on the certificate.
What happens if I fail an exam?
In the unfortunate case you failed an examination, you can take part in another examination session, which is subject to a resit fee. This does not necessarily have to be at the same examination centre.
There is no limit to the number of times you can retake the examination.
Exam pass rates are much higher for delegates who have sat an accredited training course. You should consider potential resit costs when choosing the most appropriate training route.
What is Prometric and what is its role?
Thomson Prometric is a worldwide provider of computer based examinations. The ITIL Foundation examination is one of the examinations available in the Prometric Authorized Testing Centers.