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Mahendran
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Thu Sep 03, 2009 12:42 pm

Dear All,

Please provide me some basic generic info on the following: ITIL Masters - Manager's Certificate. Thank You.

Cheers,
Mahen


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Thu Sep 03, 2009 1:20 pm

1 - there is no such thing
2 - google would give information about ITIL as will any search engine

If you are interested in ITIL and the certification path, search for it. Dont expect others to do your work for you because you are too lazy or did not bother to think about doing it

If you found this web site via search, you will most likely find other ITIL related sites

TANSTAAFL
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Thu Sep 03, 2009 7:44 pm

seriously, if you google "Itil certification master" the search results will provide a plethora of useful and not so useful information. It won't take long for you to work out which is which.
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Fri Sep 04, 2009 1:40 am

I do see that the US itSMF has ITIL Master..

Damn yanks
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Master, expert, whatever
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UKVIKING wrote:I do see that the US itSMF has ITIL Master..

Damn yanks
Yeah, they come over here taking our jobs....... :lol:
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Fri Sep 04, 2009 5:39 am

Mahendran wrote:Dear All,

Please provide me some basic generic info on the following: ITIL Masters - Manager's Certificate. Thank You.

Cheers,
Mahen

Hi Mahendran

ITIL Master is very much like the popular 1980s video game, 'Kung Fu Master' - 5 levels of violence and at the end of each one you test yourself against a big boss man....watch out for level 4 as he is lethal with the old shuriken.
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Boris

I resemble that remark
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Half true what they said, nothing to do with movies, but Kung Fu players from around the world will come an bow down for you when you become the master.
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Master is what the US calls the V2anagers. Expert is what you get after jumping through various v3 hoops.
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UKVIKING wrote:Boris

I resemble that remark
Spoken like the level 4 boss man
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Some consultants are doing it as a test this year by invite. This will set the bar, depending upon the feedback. This is not rumour. I don't know what the outcome will be however.
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Hi Pal,

Does one should have to be in pure process management line to grab a ITIL job?

We have our own incident management process and sla management and i am the one who reports incident.

I used to suggest/consult ITIL work flow in our product to our customers..

Is this qualification enough to grab a ITIL consultant job?

And am i eligible to do ITIL intermediate course now? If i am eligible please suggest me which one is good ITIL lifecycle module or capability module..?

Cos capability module involves the technical aspects of implementing ITIL.. and i dont know whether the technical aspects require much technical skills like networking, server management etc..




Olitil wrote:Some consultants are doing it as a test this year by invite. This will set the bar, depending upon the feedback. This is not rumour. I don't know what the outcome will be however.
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Hi Matey

First a bit of advice. Please stop appending the same basic question to numerous different threads. This is a sure fire way of annoying people.

And to answer your questions...


Does one should have to be in pure process management line to grab a ITIL job?
No

I used to suggest/consult ITIL work flow in our product to our customers..

Is this qualification enough to grab a ITIL consultant job?
See my previous post to the same question on a different thread.
And am i eligible to do ITIL intermediate course now? If i am eligible please suggest me which one is good ITIL lifecycle module or capability module..?
Why not talk to a training provider and discuss your needs.
Cos capability module involves the technical aspects of implementing ITIL.. and i dont know whether the technical aspects require much technical skills like networking, server management etc..
You don't need any specific technical skills, just a crumb of common sense.
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ITIL service management deals mainly with transformation IT into service oriented organisation. Even ITIL fundamentals tells the same. However IT service management goes in to the deeper sections of service management , like analysing the business situation , bringing the service culture, using may service models, assurance of service, and many more.

Hope this helps

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