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ISO/IEC 20000 lapel badges
EXIN as part of its IT Service Management according to ISO/IEC 20000 qualification program which consists of a Foundation exam, five Professional exams will be accompanied by a lapel pin / badge for those who successfully pass the examinations. The program is split into two tracks. The first track is focused towards IT Management, while the second focuses on Auditing. The two tracks are currently in development.
The level of achievement is designated on the pin with a colored band around its circumference:
  1. Green for the Foundation certificate
  2. Blue for the Professional certificates
  3. Red for the Expert certificates in IT Management
  4. Yellow for the Expert certificates in IT Auditing
EXIN ISO / IEC 20000 IT Service Management Lapel Badges
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