According to researchers, public cloud services in India will grow by Rs. 6,573 crores. This considerable growth will create a shortage of well-trained individuals with practical training in the market.

A young professional in the IT industry or a student looking to boost his career will have the perfect opportunity to tap into this market and grow with it. However, he/she will need to have a thorough knowledge of IT service management and IT Infrastructure Library.

Training to meet the industry standard

ITIL training is the perfect agenda that offers an all-encompassing approach to the framework. It provides with some unique qualification matrix based on different aspects of the ITIL framework.

The system is derived from the best practices of both public and private sector. Upon completion, a candidate becomes market ready to handle and contribute to an organisation’s needs. An extensive classroom and lab-based approach give a candidate the required training and knowledge to tackle IT sector.

The entire structure is divided into tiers to give an aspirant more flexibility while mastering different disciplines and areas of the framework. Also, the foundation certificate has two distinct approaches; one can sit for an exam at the end of the training or study privately and schedule an exam. However, for higher level (Intermediate) certification, training is mandatory.

There are five levels of ITIL training certification in this entire framework.

  1. Foundation Level – Foundation Level is the stepping stone of an ITIL framework. It offers a brief knowledge of the entire structure. It teaches about service lifecycle, its stages, processes that are used and different service management practices.
  2. Practitioner Level – The next stage is Practitioner Level which connects both Foundation and Intermediate Level. It helps a candidate to familiarise with Information Technology Infrastructure Library.
  3. Intermediate Level – In its Intermediate Level, a candidate learns about the different modules that focus on IT Service Management. There is an option to take only a few, or multiple Intermediate qualifications at once. This level carries a much more detailed approach when compared to the previous two and is considered an industry recognised qualification.
  4. Expert Level – Expert Level is for people who are willing to learn more about an ITIL Scheme. Expert Level certified candidates have superior knowledge and skill of ITIL.
  5. Master Level – A candidate advancing from Expert to Master Level do not need any additional tests and certifications. One should have at least five years of experience in the IT domain and must have a thorough knowledge of how to select and apply a wide range of principles, methods and practices of the ITIL framework.

ITIL is the number one course in demand amongst students and young professionals. The number of aspirants reaching for ITIL training certification is steadily increasing. At least 52% of IT domain in the Asia Pacific region considers, it will be the next leading architecture for the market catering to cloud services. If someone is looking to boost his career in the global market, this might prove to be the perfect solution in this decade. 

Published by scott jack