What is the experience of the Instructor(s) delivering my course?
All of our instructors are fully accredited and have over ten years of experience in COBIT methodologies.
What do The Knowledge Academy provide me on the course?
We provide pre-course reading, The Knowledge Academy courseware folder, examinations, official certificates and refreshments.
Does the course include exams?
Yes, the course includes your COBIT Foundation exam.
Are there any prerequisites for the COBIT examinations?
There are no prerequisites for the COBIT Foundation examination.
What is the structure of the exams?
The exam consists of 50 multiple-choice questions and requires a score of 50% or higher to pass.
What time shall I arrive at the venue?
Please arrive at your training venue for 08:45am
The Knowledge Academy
COBIT® (Control Objectives for Information and Related Technologies) is the most globally recognised IT control and governance framework. This course covers COBIT v5. The COBIT® governance framework, supporting toolset and documentation enables managers to bridge the gap between control requirements, technical issues and business risks.
The Knowledge Academy COBIT® Foundation 2 day course covers the following topics:
Overview of IT Governance
COBIT® Origins and development
IT Assurance Guidelines
Implementation Tool Set
IT Governance Implementation Guide
COBIT® Security Baseline
IT Control Objectives for Sarbanes-Oxley
Aligning COBIT® to other best practices frameworks and standards
- Exam preparation
- The Knowledge Academy COBIT Foundation courseware folder
- Experienced Instructors
- “The tutor went out of her way to accommodate the varying learning needs of the delegates and was extremely helpful in teaching exam technique which can make all the difference.”By Gwyneth Milton (Rating: 4.8 out of 5, 20/03/2012) from Cardiff
- “Very satisfied with the way the trainer delivered the training, focusing on the important key points.”By Lucca Perez (Rating: 4.7 out of 5, 14/03/2012) from Birmingham
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COBIT Training; A Holistic Approach
Unabated growth in the IT sector since 1990s, has triggered the evolution of a cross-functional perspective over the use of enterprise-wide information and its technology enabled core processes. This has compelled business organizations to consolidate and rationalize IT growth by optimizing its use to get the highest possible returns from business’ technology investments. It has broadened their vision and shifted their priority from driving out costs to driving up revenue by finding innovative uses of information and technology in governance and management of an enterprise. COBIT 5 is all about IT governance and management on real –time basis. It not only allows you to effectively manage the tension between the demand to deliver innovation and the need to control expenses but also empowers you to effectively use IT growth for creating values in a constrained economic environment. It is a comprehensive evolutionary framework that “ties together and reinforces all ISACA knowledge assets” by aligning with major ISACA frameworks, good practices and standards. COBIT training at The Knowledge Academy makes you aware that though COBIT is’ an end to end umbrella framework’ that combines together many existing frameworks yet it helps you distinguish that ‘management is about running the business and governance is about seeing that it is run properly’ (Tracker)
Controlled objective for information and related technology (COBIT) was first released in 1996 and has since then evolved to achieve balance between realizing business benefits through innovative use of IT and maintaining IT related risk at acceptable level. COBIT Foundation Training at The Knowledge Academy gives you holistic business view of how organizations are using COBIT to increase IT enabled executive decisions accountable. COBIT Training makes you proactive and knowledgeable about opportunities for the use of IT in aligning strategic information with the stakeholder’s need and thus create business value . It is built around five principles of governance and management of IT in an enterprise--- meeting the stakeholders need, covering the enterprise end to end, applying a single integrated framework, enabling a holistic approach and separating governance from management. Cascade of goals pursued during COBIT implementation, are initially derived from stakeholders expectations which in turn help to develop enterprise goals and IT goals. It uses seven enablers (Principles, Policies and Frameworks, Processes, Organizational Structures, Culture, Ethics and Behavior, Information, Services, Infrastructure and Applications, People, Skills and Competencies) to achieve enterprise goals. These generic principles and enablers of COBIT5 makes its application in varied sectors, a useful exercise. COBIT 5 unlike its previous versions is driven by stakeholder’s expectations and not necessarily by best practices. It has an additional domain that provides guidance on evaluation, direction and monitoring of corporate governance of information technology. COBIT 5 provides a structured governance framework and helps clarify the difference between governance and management. Training in COBIT renews an enterprise trust in your ability to create value from the information system. Besides it provides you an opportunity to carry out an innovative research in the field of governance and management of business information and related technology.
This Post Was Written By Anthony Simmons