COBIT5 Certification Training

COBIT5 Certification Training

730,000.00

 

COBIT5 certification training  is meant for IT professionals seeking knowledge and understanding of the governance and management of enterprise IT. It is the only business framework for the governance and management of enterprise IT

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COBIT5 Certification Training Overview

 COBIT5 certification training  is meant for IT professionals seeking knowledge and understanding of the governance and management of enterprise IT. It is the only business framework for the governance and management of enterprise IT. The COBIT® 5 Foundation course offered by JK Michaels includes 6 lessons that provide knowledge of the 5 principles and 7 enablers that form the basis of the COBIT® 5 business framework of governance and management of enterprise IT. Additionally, there are real-life scenarios and quizzes that provide relevance to the content.

On completing the COBIT® 5 Foundation course, you can:

  1. Demonstrate your learning and understanding by taking up the COBIT® 5  Foundation exam and earning a certificate of completion
  2. Understand the IT management issues in your organisation/enterprise and know how to use COBIT® to respond to those challenges
  3. Put into practice the knowledge from COBIT® 5  framework, and recommend applications of COBIT® for enterprise-wide projects
  4. Take up advanced COBIT® 5  courses and their exams like the following:
    • COBIT® 5  Implementation to master the approach to implement the governance of enterprise IT based on a continual improvement lifecycle and
    • COBIT® 5 Assessment to master the understanding of how to perform a formal process capability assessment.

 

COBIT5 Certification Training Learning Benefits

At the end of the JK Michaels COBIT® 5  Foundation course, participants will be able to:
  • Recognise the need for an effective framework to govern and manage enterprise IT – Learn value creation for enterprises
  • Relate to the COBIT® framework concepts and understand its use with other standards and best practices – Understand the five principles and seven enablers along with the importance of good practices for better governance and management
  • Understand better the IT management issues that are affecting organisations—learn about pain points and trigger events that organisations experience
  • Know better about the functions that COBIT® provides and the benefits of using COBIT®—know about the various Governance and Management Processes and the Process Reference Model
  • Implement or Apply COBIT® in practical situations for issues that generally occur in enterprises—Understand the concepts of process capability assessments and how various processes may be improved though the Seven-stage Lifecycle approach

 

What are the career benefits in-store for you?

The COBIT® 5 Foundation course is the stepping stone to enhance the knowledge of IT Professionals and perform implementations and assessment of the framework within their organisations. This course definitely aids candidates in shaping their career through value addition and process improvements that they will have to demonstrate or bring about in their roles within the enterprise. Implementation usually leads to recognition, respect and growth in career. Some of the job roles that you can qualify for after completing this course are IT auditor, IT quality professional and IT developer.In India, COBIT® has been recognised by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). It has been adopted by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG). Amongst the leading private banks, HDFC has adopted COBIT® and a case study on its implementation is also available on the official COBIT® 5 website.

Many other Asian countries such as the Philippines and the UAE have adopted and accepted COBIT® for their Audit Institutions or Finance audit departments for government agencies and government organisations.

In the other continents such as North America, South America, Australia and Europe, COBIT® is widely adopted and used in various multinational companies, government departments and financial institutions for audits and assessments. A comprehensive list is available on the COBIT® 5 website.

Professionals certified in COBIT® 5 can earn an average monthly salary that ranges between $112,000 and $122,000.

Why is this certification popular?

COBIT® 5 is the leading and the only business framework for governance and management of enterprise IT from ISACA®, the creators of COBIT® 5 framework.APMG, a leading certification body that facilitates the COBIT® 5  exam, and ISACA mention that COBIT® 5  provides an end-to-end business view of the governance of enterprise IT that reflects the central role of information and technology in creating value for enterprises. The framework embodies thought leadership and guidance from business, IT and governance experts around the world.

The content covered in JK Michaels COBIT® 5 Foundation course is extensive and is based on the COBIT® 5 Business framework for Governance and Management of Enterprise IT, with explanation and evaluation of real-life scenarios, illustrated concepts and interactive quizzes.

Section 1

Lesson 0 – Introduction to COBIT® 527:54
  • 1 Introduction to COBIT® 5 1.9
  • 2 Course Objectives 1.22
  • 3 About ISACA 2.15
  • 4 COBIT® 5 Certification Program Overview3:19
  • 5 COBIT® 5 Certification—Benefits for Individuals1:41
  • 6 COBIT® 5 Certification—Benefits for Organisations1:41
  • 7 Purpose of the COBIT® 5 Foundation Certification1:46
  • 8 Purpose of the COBIT® 5 Foundation Certification (contd.)1:0
  • 9 Target Audience of the COBIT® 5 Foundation Course1:39
  • 10 Learning Outcomes of the COBIT® 5 Foundation Course2:3
  • 11 Learning Areas of the COBIT® 5 Foundation Course2:16
  • 12 COBIT® 5 Foundation Certification Examination1:0
  • 13 Preparation for the COBIT® 5 Foundation Certification Examination2:7
  • 14 Conclusion
Lesson 1.0 – Overview and Key Features of COBIT® 526:38
  • 1 Overview and Key Features of COBIT® 5.01:45
  • 2 Objectives1:29
  • 3 Reasons for the Development of COBIT® 52:12
  • 4 Evolution of COBIT® 52:12
  • 5 Evolution of COBIT® 5 (contd.)2:33
  • 6 Drivers for the Development of a Framework3:49
  • 7 Scope of COBIT® 51:40
  • 8 Importance of Information in an IT Framework1:57
  • 9 Enterprise IT Requirements2:5
  • 10 Creating Stakeholder Value1:55
  • 11 Summary
Lesson 1.1 – COBIT® 5 and Other IT Governance Frameworks30:2
  • 1 COBIT® 5 and Other IT Governance Frameworks1:16
  • 2 Objectives1:24
  • 3 Benefits of COBIT® 52:5
  • 4 The COBIT® 5 Format1:29
  • 5 COBIT® 5 Product Family3:28
  • 6 COBIT® 5 Mapping Summary3:49
  • 7 COBIT®—Integration with Other IT Governance Frameworks2:0
  • 8 Where Does COBIT Fit in2:38
  • 9 COBIT® 5 Mapping Specifics3:21
  • 10 Summary
Lesson 2.0 – Overview of COBIT® 5 Principles and Principle 135:4
  • 1 Overview of COBIT® 5 Principles Principle 11:20
  • 2 Objectives1:21
  • 3 COBIT® 5 Principles0:0
  • 4 Principle 1—Meeting Stakeholder Needs3:46
  • 5 Meeting Stakeholder Needs—Governance1:55
  • 6 External Stakeholders1:43
  • 7 Internal Stakeholders2:9
  • 8 COBIT® 5 Goals Cascade0:0
  • 9 COBIT® 5 Goals Cascade Steps1:45
  • 10 Step 1—Identify the Influence of Key Stakeholder Drivers on Stakeholder Needs2:20
  • 11 Step 2—Stakeholder Needs Cascade to Enterprise Goals1:41
  • 12 Step 2—Stakeholder Needs Cascade to Enterprise Goals (contd.)2:7
  • 13 Step 2—Stakeholder Needs Cascade to Enterprise Goals (contd.)2:54
  • 14 Step 3—Enterprise Goals Cascade to IT-related Goals1:17
  • 15 Step 3—Enterprise Goals Cascade to IT-related Goals (contd.)4:10
  • 16 Step 4—IT-Related Goals Cascade to Enabler Goals1:31
  • 17 Summary
Lesson 2.1 – COBIT® 5 Principles 2 and 322:12
  • 1 COBIT® 5 Principles 2 and 31:11
  • 2 Objectives1:22
  • 3 Principle 2—Covering the Enterprise End-to-End1:36
  • 4 Principle 2—Covering the Enterprise End-to-End (contd.)1:19
  • 5 Governance Approach2:3
  • 6 Governance Roles, Activities and Relationships2:19
  • 7 Owners and Stakeholders—Governance Roles, Activities and Relationships1:35
  • 8 Governing Body—Governance Roles, Activities and Relationships1:34
  • 9 Management—Governance Roles, Activities and Relationships1:35
  • 10 Operations Team—Governance Roles, Activities and Relationships1:33
  • 11 Principle 3—Applying a Single Integrated Framework2:35
  • 12 COBIT® 5 Single Integrated Framework1:0
  • 13 COBIT® 5 and Legacy ISACA® Frameworks1:21
  • 14 COBIT® 5 Product Family1:40
  • 15 Summary
Lesson 2.2 – COBIT® 5 Principles 4 and 520:54
  • 1 COBIT® 5 Principles 4 and 51:15
  • 2 Objectives1:22
  • 3 Principle 4—Enabling a Holistic Approach1:59
  • 4 COBIT® 5 Enablers1:27
  • 5 COBIT® 5 Enabler Dimensions0:0
  • 6 COBIT® 5 Enabler Performance Management2:55
  • 7 Principle 5—Separating Governance from Management1:28
  • 8 Governance vs. Management1:0
  • 9 Interaction between Governance and Management Entities1:43
  • 10 COBIT® 5 Process Reference Model (PRM)1:28
  • 11 Governance-Management Interaction for Each Enabler3:24
  • 12 Mapping Enterprise Goals to Governance and Management0:0
  • 13 Summary
Lesson 3.0 – Overview of COBIT® 5 Enablers Enabler 123:10
  • 1 Overview of COBIT® 5 Enablers: Enabler 11:22
  • 2 Objectives1:23
  • 3 COBIT® 5 Enterprise Enablers1:53
  • 4 Recap of Principle 4—Enabling a Holistic Approach1:25
  • 5 Enabling a Holistic Approach Principle—Problem Statement2:3
  • 6 Enabling a Holistic Approach Principle—Solution3:7
  • 7 Enabler 1—Principles, Policies and Frameworks1:31
  • 8 Principles vs Policies1:59
  • 9 Characteristics of a Good Policy2:16
  • 10 Good Practice Requirements1:22
  • 11 Relationship Between the First Enabler and Others1:36
  • 12 Principles, Policies and Frameworks—Problem Statement1:39
  • 13 Principles, Policies and Frameworks—Solution1:32
  • 14 Summary
Lesson 3.1 – COBIT® 5 Enabler 225:16
  • 1 COBIT® 5 Enabler 21:10
  • 2 Objectives1:24
  • 3 Enabler 2—Processes1:51
  • 4 Process—Key Terms1:56
  • 5 Processes—Life Cycle and Good Practices1:0
  • 6 COBIT® 5 PRM Domains1:48
  • 7 COBIT® 5 Process Reference Model Structure2:28
  • 8 Components of a Process1:55
  • 9 Process Goals2:58
  • 10 Internal and External Stakeholders1:52
  • 11 Relationship between the Second Enabler and Others1:38
  • 12 Processes—Problem Statement1:46
  • 13 Processes—Solution1:28
  • 14 Summary
Lesson 3.2 – COBIT® 5 Enablers 3 and 433:0
  • 1 COBIT® 5 Enablers 3 and 41:14
  • 2 Objectives1:24
  • 3 Enabler 3—Organisational Structure1:48
  • 4 Constituents of Good Practices in Enterprises0:0
  • 5 Roles and Organisational Structure2:48
  • 6 Roles and Organisational Structure (contd.)6:53
  • 7 Organisational Structures—Problem Statement1:55
  • 8 Organisational Structures—Solution1:40
  • 9 Enabler 4—Culture, Ethics and Behaviour2:10
  • 10 Culture Ethics and Behaviour and Organisational Goals1:51
  • 11 Relationship between the Fourth Enabler and Others1:29
  • 12 Culture, Ethics and Behaviour—Problem Statement2:16
  • 13 Culture, Ethics and Behaviour—Solution2:11
  • 14 Summary
Lesson 3.3 – COBIT® 5 Enabler 56:20
  • 1 COBIT® 5 Enabler 51:10
  • 2 Objectives1:10
  • 3 Enabler 5—Information1:10
  • 4 Information Quality Categories1:10
  • 5 Concept of Information Criteria1:10
  • 6 Business Requirements from COBIT® 4.11:10
  • 7 COBIT® 5 Equivalent1:10
  • 8 Meta Data Information Cycle1:10
  • 9 Information Attributes1:10
  • 10 Information Layers1:10
  • 11 Uses of the Information Model1:10
  • 12 Information Model—Information Specifications1:10
  • 13 Information Model—Determine Required Protection1:10
  • 14 Information Model—Determine Easy Usage1:10
  • 15 Contextual and Representational Quality of Information1:10
  • 16 Summary
Lesson 3.4 – COBIT® 5 Enablers 6 and 720:34
  • 1 COBIT® 5 Enablers 6 and 71:15
  • 2 Objectives1:24
  • 3 Enabler 6—Services, Infrastructure and Applications1:39
  • 4 Architecture Principles0:0
  • 5 Relationship between the Sixth Enabler and Others1:54
  • 6 Services, Infrastructure and Applications—Problem Statement1:0
  • 7 Services, Infrastructure and Applications—Solution1:44
  • 8 Enabler 7—People, Skills and Competencies2:13
  • 9 Good Practices1:47
  • 10 Skill Categories2:22
  • 11 People, Skills and Competencies—Problem Statement1:45
  • 12 People, Skills and Competencies—Solution1:46
  • 13 Summary
Lesson 4.0 – Introduction to COBIT® 5 Implementation15:56
  • 1 Introduction to COBIT® 5 Implementation1:16
  • 2 Objectives1:26
  • 3 Governance of Enterprise IT1:35
  • 4 COBIT® 5 Implementation Guide2:21
  • 5 Challenges in Implementation1:30
  • 6 COBIT® 5 Implementation Phases1:29
  • 7 Enterprise Internal and External Factors1:53
  • 8 Key Factors for Successful Implementation1:49
  • 9 Three Interrelated Lifecycle Components1:47
  • 10 Three Interrelated Lifecycle Components (contd.)1:24
  • 11 Summary
Lesson 4.1 – COBIT® 5 Implementation Phases45:28
  • 1 COBIT® 5 Implementation Phases1:18
  • 2 Objectives1:21
  • 3 Phase 1 What Are the Drivers1:31
  • 4 Recognise Need to Act1:42
  • 5 Typical Pain Points2:9
  • 6 Trigger Events1:50
  • 7 Purpose of Phase 13:16
  • 8 Phase 2—Where Are We Now?1:30
  • 9 Purpose of Phase 22:4
  • 10 Implementation Phase 2—Problem Statement2:11
  • 11 Implementation Phase 2—Solution1:54
  • 12 Phase 3—Where Do We Want to Be?1:31
  • 13 Purpose of Phase 31:55
  • 14 Implementation Phase 3—Problem Statement2:10
  • 15 Implementation Phase 3—Solution1:52
  • 16 Phase 4—What Needs to Be Done?1:29
  • 17 Purpose of Phase 42:17
  • 18 Phase 5—How Do We Get There?1:29
  • 19 Purpose of Phase 52:5
  • 20 Phase 6—Did We Get There?1:32
  • 21 Purpose Of Phase 62:16
  • 22 Phase 7 How Do We Keep the Momentum Going1:29
  • 23 Purpose of Phase 72:3
  • 24 Importance of the Business Case1:47
  • 25 Information Available in a Good Business Case1:28
  • 26 Summary
Lesson 5.0 – Process Capability Assessment Model36:22
  • 1 Process Capability Assessment Model1:18
  • 2 Objectives1:28
  • 3 Process Assessment2:14
  • 4 Process Capability Assessments1:35
  • 5 COBIT® Assessment Programme1:55
  • 6 COBIT® Capability Assessment Guides1:50
  • 7 Capability Assessment vs Maturity Assessment2:8
  • 8 COBIT® Assessment Programme and Other Maturity Models2:4
  • 9 COBIT® 4.1 MM Attributes vs. ISO/IEC 155043:18
  • 10 Benefits of the ISO/IEC 15504 Approach2:8
  • 11 Purpose of a Process Assessment1:42
  • 12 Key Terms Related to ISO/IEC 155043:1
  • 13 Overview of the Assessment Approach3:6
  • 14 Moving to the COBIT® Assessment Programme1:22
  • 15 Process Assessment Model—Scope1:46
  • 16 Capability Dimension vs Process Dimension1:39
  • 17 Summary
Lesson 5.1 – Process Attributes and Process Capability Levels35:54
  • 1 Process Attributes and Process Capability Levels1:14
  • 2 Objectives1:21
  • 3 Measurement Framework2:12
  • 4 PProcess Attribute 1.1—Process Performance1:22
  • 5 Process Attribute 2.1—Performance Management1:53
  • 6 Process Attribute 2.2—Work Product Management1:39
  • 7 Assessment Indicators2:30
  • 8 Indicators with COBIT® 5 PRM2:18
  • 9 Assessing Process Capability3:52
  • 10 Mapping PAM to PRMs1:57
  • 11 Process Capability Levels3:13
  • 12 Process Attribute Rating Scales2:18
  • 13 Process Attribute Ratings and Capability Levels1:51
  • 14 Target Process Capabilities1:41
  • 15 Consequence of Capability Gaps2:18
  • 16 Summary

Who should do this course?

IT Professionals such as IT auditors, IT managers, IT quality professionals, IT leaders, IT developers, process practitioners and managers in IT service-providing firms (or IT service-providing departments of any firm) will find this course suitable for advancing their career.

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