COBIT Foundation course gives insight into COBIT5 and how this affects organisations

/ IT Governance Ltd, the leading expert in IT governance, risk management and compliance, has announced that their COBIT 4.1 Foundation Course now includes a comprehensive update on the COBIT 5 version of the international IT governance framework. There are still a few places available on the course in July at 30% off the list price. This is a first come, first served offer and places can be booked immediately online here

With a focus on managing processes, COBIT has helped companies bridge the gaps between control requirements, regulatory compliance and business risks and to significantly increase the value of their investment in IT.

The new COBIT 5 framework is a major strategic improvement, providing the next generation of ISACA guidance on the governance and management of enterprise information and technology (IT) assets.

The COBIT 4.1 Foundation Course will explain all elements of the COBIT framework using a case study and interactive presentations, and will help professionals understand how to use and realise the benefits of COBIT. The course also makes reference to COBIT 5 helping delegates to get to grips with the following areas:

1. The key concepts and benefits of COBIT 5
2. The differences between COBIT 4.1 and COBIT 5
3. How to plan the migration from COBIT 4.1 to 5
4. The resources required for implementation.

The COBIT 4.1 Foundation Course is the first step in understanding the management and governance of IT. Previous course attendees have achieved a stunning 100% pass rate in the associated COBIT 4.1 Foundation Exam. The exam leads to the industry recognised ISACA certificate.

The next two-day COBIT 4.1 Foundation Course takes place on 12-13 July 2012. Organisations will save 30% off the list price if they book onto the course in July here:

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