ITIL® Practitioner Certification

The ITIL® practitioner certification is an intermediate level ITIL® certification. Like the other ITIL® certifications, it is also offered by OGC and the exam for the same is conducted by ISEB and EXIN.

In order to get ITIL® practitioner certification, you must have the foundation certificate in IT service management along with 3 to 4 years experience in IT and basic knowledge of ITIL®. Also, you need to pursue an ITIL® practitioner course. Theartofservice.com provides a resourceful guide to the ITIL® practitioner certification exam and course.

The ITIL® practitioner certification focuses on the holder’s competence in understanding and application of the specific processes within the IT Service Management domain. You can also pursue ITIL® practitioner certification in any one of the 11 specialized ITIL® components.

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