The Capability stream is targeted at delegates who will carry out ITIL processes on a day to day basis.
The Service Offerings and Agreements course covers principles and processes that allow delegates to create service offerings based on business requirements and document and agree SLAs.
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  • Study online at your own pace
  • 90 or 150 days online access
  • Fully accredited
  • Includes videos, quizzes, exercises, study guides and official syllabus and sample exams
  • Tutor support available via email
 
SERVICE OFFERINGS & AGREEMENTS

 

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SOA Course

 

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SOA Resources

Core volume online 365 days access Service Strategy  and Service Design

90 Days Online Access - 649.00

150 Days Online Access - $729.00

Online access (SS & SD) - $200.00

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  • 10 modules divided into easy to absorb lessons
  • Study duration: 30 hours mandatory study, also 12 hours self-study with the Service Design and Service Strategy core volumes is recommended
 
 
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Course Content

Pre-Requisites

  • Delegates must hold the ITIL Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management (ITIL V3 or later, or ITIL V2 + the V2-V3 Foundation Bridge)

  • 30 hours of study via an accredited training solution – confirmed by your course completion certificate

  • 2 years IT experience is desirable

  • 12 hours of self-study using the Service Design and Service Strategy core volumes is recommended

 

  • Exam duration: 90 minutes

  • Exam format: closed book, multiple choice

  • Exam delivery: online, webcam proctored.  Read about online exams here

  • Exam pass mark: 70% (28/40 marks across 8 questions)

  • Exam language: extra time is available for non-native English speakers.  Contact us for current translation availability

  • Exam value: 4 ITIL credits

  • Exam vouchers must be requested within 6 months of purchase

 

Exam Details

  • SOA roles and responsibilities

  • Technology and implementation considerations

  • Preparing for the exam

 

 

 

  • Introduction to Service Offerings and Agreements

  • SOA processes:

    • Service Portfolio Management

    • Service Catalogue Management

    • Service Level Management

    • Demand Management

    • Supplier Management

    • Financial Management for IT Services

    • Business Relationship Management