|October 02, 2017||09:00 (EST)||3||$1,995.00||Register|
|December 04, 2017||09:00 (EST)||3||$1,995.00||Register|
Duration: 3 Days
The purpose of the Foundation certificate is to confirm that a candidate has sufficient knowledge and understanding of the COBIT® 5 guidance to be able to understand the enterprise Governance and Management of Enterprise IT, create awareness with their business executives and senior IT Management; assess the current state of their Enterprise IT with the objective of scoping what aspects of COBIT® 5 would be appropriate to implement.
The target group for this program is:
- Business Management,
- Chief Executives, IT /IS Auditors, Internal Auditors,
- Information Security and IT Practitioners; Consultants,
- IT/IS Management looking to gain an insight into the Enterprise Governance of IT and looking to be certified as a COBIT® Implementer or Assessor.
Although no pre-requisites are needed for Foundation level; It is highly recommended for course participants to obtain from www.isaca.org and read the following publication before the course, as it is critical to their success in the foundation course:
COBIT® 5 – A Business Framework for the Governance and Management of Enterprise IT
This is a 3 day in-class program
Exam is comprised of multiple choice questions, and could be performed in paper based or web based at on the afternoon of the third day.
Examination period if for one hour
The passing mark is 25/50 (50%) to pass.
Content and Objectives
The course will provide the participants with the understanding of the key principles and terminology within COBIT® 5. Specifically, the candidate shall know and understand:
- The major drivers for the development of COBIT® 5.
- The business benefits of using COBIT® 5.
- The COBIT® 5 Product Architecture.
- The IT management issues and challenges that affect enterprises.
- The 5 Key Principles of COBIT® 5 for the governance and management of Enterprise IT.
- How COBIT® 5 enables IT to be governed and managed in a holistic manner for the entire enterprise.
- How the COBIT® 5 processes and the Process Reference Model (PRM) help guide the creation of the 5 Principles and the 7 Governance and Management Enablers.
- The basic concepts for the Implementation of COBIT® 5.
- The basic concepts of the new Process Assessment Model.
- The COBIT® 5 guides and how they interrelate.
The COBIT® 5 Business Framework for the Governance and Management of Enterprise IT course introduces the candidate to the five basic principles covered in detail and includes extensive guidance on enablers for governance and management of enterprise IT. Also included is a supplementary guide outlining the foundation concepts of a process assessment model (PAM) based on the ISO 15504 approach which replaces the previous CMM (Capability Maturity Model).
The COBIT® 5 Foundation Outline
- General Introduction
- Purpose of the training
- High level learning outcomes
- Structure of the material
- Exam requirements and preparation
- Overview & Key Features of COBIT® 5
- The Reasons for the Development of COBIT® 5
- The Evolution of COBIT®
- The Drivers for developing a Framework
- The benefits of using COBIT® 5
- The COBIT® 5 Format & product Architecture
- COBIT® 5 and Other Frameworks
- The COBIT® 5 Principles
- Principles model
- Principle 1 – Meeting Stakeholder Needs
- Principle 2 – Covering the Enterprise End-to-End
- Principle 3 – Applying a Single Integrated Framework
- Principle 4 – Enabling a Holistic Approach
- Principle 5 – Separating Governance from Management
- The COBIT® 5 Enablers
- Enabler 1 – Principles, Policies and Frameworks
- Enabler 2 – Processes
- Enabler 3 – Organizational Structures
- Enabler 4 – Culture, Ethics and Behaviour
- Enabler 5 – Information
- Enabler 6 – Services, Infrastructure and Applications
- Enabler 7 – People, Skills and Competencies
- Introduction to COBIT® 5 Implementation
- The Life cycle Approach
- Inter related components of the life cycle
- Understanding the enterprise internal and external factors
- Key success factors for implementation
- The seven phases of the Life Cycle model explained
- The seven Change Enablement characteristics used in the life cycle.
- Change Enablement relationships to the Continual Improvement Life Cycle
- Making the Business case
- Process Capability Assessment Model
- What is a process assessment
- What is the COBIT® Assessment Program
- The differences between a capability and maturity assessment
- Differences to the COBIT® 4.1 CMM
- Differences between the COBIT® 4.1 and COBIT® 5 PAMs’
- Overview of the COBIT® Capability Model & Assessments
- The Process Reference Model (PRM)
- Important definitions