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PostPosted: Fri Aug 03, 2007 9:41 am    Post subject: New ITIL Certification Scheme under APMG Reply with quote

Does anybody know what this new scheme is in detail?

I found this site:


And I went to a ITSMF LIG meeting today at which several v3 authors spoke and I heard there is some kind of point scheme in which you have to accumulate 22 points to get to a level that would be equal to v2 Service Manager but they are unsure how many points v2 Foundation and v2 Practitioner certs will equal.

Although I did find this blog had some interesting comments on the subject:


At any rate, has anybody taken the v3 Foundation exam, more importantly has anyone taken the v3 Foundation "bridge" exam - or is it even available yet?

Also, with the new v3 scheme do you have to attend classes to take the exams or can you sign up to take exams without having to attend classes?


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 29, 2008 2:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

As far as my knowledge, I think for Foundation level certification we can do selfstuday. However for more higher levels I think you should attend classes.

I hope this helps. For more information please visit APMG website.
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