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ITIL V3 courses explained
The following diagrams provide an understanding of the structure of the various ITIL V3 qualifications and the associated 'credit' scheme recognising the value of ITIL V1 and ITIL v2 qualifications.
 
Details regarding the ITIL v3 courses can be found by clicking here.
 
ITIL qualifications Scheme Structure
ITIL Qualifications Scheme Structure
 
ITIL Bridging qualifications - ITIL V1 / ITIL v2 to ITIL V3
 
ITIL Bridging Qualifications
 
The 'credits' documented in the above diagram may be subject to change as the ITIL V3 qualifications scheme is still subject to approval from the ITIL V3 qualifications Board.
 
See also - this article.
 
 
 

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2011-11-03 by "asiimwe5"

Good explanations for us who are new to the concept of ITSM.

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