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    Pentagon Training’s ITIL® courses help organisations to implement ITIL® Frameworks

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    We at Pentagon Training provide training using the latest official material available

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    Learn to achieve operational excellence by using activities and functions of ITIL® Framework

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    Become an ITIL® Expert with Pentagon’s ITIL® Training

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    Pentagon Training’s courses are delivered by highly qualified and experienced instructors

Nowadays, businesses rely on technology to enhance their productivity, hence it is important for all organisations to have a detailed set of practices for IT Service Management. ITIL® (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) was developed by the CCTA (Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency) in the 1980s, for the purpose of managing operations effectively. ITIL® training provides a modular approach that helps organisations to become more effective and efficient across a range of key business capabilities including IT service management, programs, projects, and security.


ITIL® Training Courses

Course Information

ITIL® framework is adopted by almost every IT organisation as it provides best practice guidelines regarding all aspects of service management. ITIL® helps the professionals to deliver effective services to the customers. ITIL® plays an effective role in the following:

  • IT and strategic business planning
  • Demonstrating the business value of IT
  • Managing constant business and IT change
  • Measure the effectiveness and efficiency of any IT organisation
  • Implement continuous improvement
  • Achieve and demonstrate value for money and ROI (Return on Investment)
  • Integrate and align IT and business goals

What are the benefits of taking ITIL® training?

Organisations can improve their productivity, optimise costs, and enhance user experience by implementing IT service management best practices, as described within ITIL®. By adopting and tailroing ITIL® within organisations, the service providers are able to:

  • Improve productivity by supporting the business outcome
  • Optimise the experience of customers so that they become permanent clients
  • Manage or control the risks and challenges associated with the business
  • Continually improve the organisational services

ITIL® Service Lifecycle

ITIL® framework is completely based on Service Lifecycle.

ITIL® Service Lifecycle includes five core phases, which are:

  • Service Strategy
  • Service Design
  • Service Transition
  • Service Operation
  • Continual Service Improvement

There are several ITIL® training courses that range in levels of difficulty.

ITIL® Foundation

ITIL® Foundation is the first in the series of ITIL® training courses. ITIL® Foundation provides an introduction to the subject of service management, and familiarises delegates with the following five core volumes that comprise ITIL®:

ITIL® Practitioner

ITIL® Practitioner is the second training course in the ITIL® sequence. In ITIL® Practitioner, various concepts and terminologies that are learnt within ITIL® Foundation are built upon and implemented to real scenarios. The ITIL® Practitioner certification is designed to successfully apply service improvements based on the ITIL® philosophy of “adopt and adapt”.

ITIL® Intermediate

ITIL® Intermediate certifications consist of multiple modules. The ITIL® Intermediate courses are useful in understanding the framework needed to implement ITIL® within organisations. ITIL® Intermediate consists of following modules:

  • ITIL® Intermediate (Lifecycle Stream)
  • ITIL® Intermediate (Capability Stream)

ITIL® Expert

The ITIL® Expert certification is intended for those professionals who are interested in demonstrating expert ITIL® knowledge and understanding.

You must hold the following in order to take the ITIL® Expert certification:

  • You must have a minimum of 17 credits. These can be taken from Foundation, Practitioner, and Intermediate modules
  • To achieve 22 credits, you must take and pass The Managing Across the Lifecycle (MALC) module 

ITIL® Master

This ITIL® Master certification validates the delegate’s specialist ability to apply purposes, methods, and principles of ITIL® framework within organisations.

You must hold the following in order to take the ITIL® Master qualification:

  • You must have reached the ITIL® Expert level
  • You should have at least 5 years experience in IT service management or any higher management advisory position

ITIL® Training Schedules

Course Name Duration Dates Price
ITIL® 4 Foundation 2 Days Jersey
ITIL® 4 Foundation 2 Days Jersey
ITIL® 4 Foundation 2 Days Jersey
ITIL® 4 Foundation 2 Days Jersey
ITIL® 4 Foundation 2 Days Jersey
ITIL® 4 Foundation 2 Days Jersey

About Jersey

Jersey officially the Bailiwick of Jersey is a Crown Dependency of the United Kingdom located near the coast of Normandy, France. Jersey was part of the Duchy of Normandy, whose Dukes went on to become kings of England from 1066. When Normandy was defeated in the 13th century by the Kings of England, and the title of ducal surrendered to France, Jersey and the other Channel Islands remained attached to the crown of  English.

Origin of the name

The Channel Islands are mentioned in the Antonine Itinerary as the following: Andium, Sarnia,  Caesarea,  Silia, and Barsa, but Jersey cannot be identified specifically because none corresponds directly to the present names.The name Caesarea has been used as the Latin name for Jersey (in French Césarée) since William Camden's Britannia and is used in titles of associations and institutions today. 

History of Jersey is influenced by its tactical location between France’s north coast and the England’s south coast; the island's recorded history extends over several years. There is a Palaeolithic site known as La Cotte de St Brelade that was occupied before rising sea levels; it turned Jersey into an island. Jersey was a centre of all Neolithic activities, as it is proven by the concentration of dolmens.


The States building in St. Helier

Jersey has a unicameral legislature of the States of Jersey. It includes 51 elected members: 10 senators (elected on an island-wide basis), 12 Connétables (also called as 'constables', heads of parishes) and 29 deputies (representing constituencies), all elected for four-year terms as from the October 2011 elections. There are five nonvoting members appointed by the Crown: the Bailiff, the Dean of Jersey, the Attorney General, the Lieutenant Governor of Jersey,  and Solicitor General.

International identity

In 2007, the UK Lord Chancellor and the Chief Minister signed an agreement that established a framework for the development of the international identity of Jersey.

In 2011, the Chief Minister selected one of his assistant ministers to take responsibility for external relations; presently he is known as the island's 'foreign minister'.