ITIL Service Design is one of ten intermediate level courses in the ITIL curriculum. Gain the skills you need to plan, implement, and optimize service design processes. Successful completion of this three-day course course provides you with the foundational knowledge needed to pass the ITIL Intermediate Service Design certification exam, and earns three credits towards ITIL Expert certification.
Five aspects of service design
Holistic service design
Four Ps of Design
Service catalog management
Service level management
IT service continuity management
Achieving balance between design and existing strategies
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*All AnyWare remote attendees participating in an ITIL course will have the opportunity to take their ITIL exam through a Pearson Vue testing center authorized by APMG. However, there are other options available for most ITIL exams, including ProctorU. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about your exam options, please call us at 1-888-THE-TREE (843-8733).
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