dcsimg

Ten Certifications That Actually Mean Something

  • Ten Certifications That Actually Mean Something-

    The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITILv3) is a foundational process that provides for quality IT service management. The success of ITIL is through the use of documented and proven processes that cover the entire service lifecycle. The ITIL Expert level is the third of four levels. The ITIL Expert level certification is aimed at those individuals who are interested in demonstrating a superior level of knowledge of ITIL Version 3 (V3) in its entirety. Once you have achieved ITIL Expert level, you will also satisfy the pre-requisite entry criteria for the ITIL Master level, the highest level of certification within the ITIL V3 scheme, though the Master level is still under development.

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12

Ten Certifications That Actually Mean Something

  • 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12
  • Ten Certifications That Actually Mean Something-5

    The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITILv3) is a foundational process that provides for quality IT service management. The success of ITIL is through the use of documented and proven processes that cover the entire service lifecycle. The ITIL Expert level is the third of four levels. The ITIL Expert level certification is aimed at those individuals who are interested in demonstrating a superior level of knowledge of ITIL Version 3 (V3) in its entirety. Once you have achieved ITIL Expert level, you will also satisfy the pre-requisite entry criteria for the ITIL Master level, the highest level of certification within the ITIL V3 scheme, though the Master level is still under development.

What gives meaning to a certification? Is it the certification vendor? Is it the subject? Or is it the perceived difficulty, mystique or aura? Or might it be something totally different? There are some certifications and/or vendors that are perceived to be more valuable - think of Cisco's CCIE, which has been perceived as meaning something (value) since its inception. Then there are other certifications that don't have this same perceived value - certifications that are seen as too easy or ones that might be seen as entry-level certifications. Global Knowledge instructor Randy Muller, MCT, MCTS, MCSE, CEH, has identified a list of certifications that do have perceived value and worth.