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ITIL® V3 OSA Course – Is It For You?

Training written on the Wipe boardAre you already proficient in the fundamentals of ITIL®?  If so, consider building upon your ITIL base by taking the ITIL V3 Operational Support and Analysis (OSA) Capability course.  By successfully completing the ITIL OSA course, students will have the knowledge and skills necessary to implement OSA processes in an organization’s existing framework.  Candidates who wish to have a deeper understanding of Operational Support and Analysis processes and procedures will benefit greatly from the course.

In an ITIL V3 Operational Support and Analysis course, students will learn how to plan, implement, and optimize OSA processes.  Practical guidance, based upon tested industry methods, is provided.  Students will learn how to design and implement integrated end-to-end OSA processes, including Incident Management, Problem Management, Event Management, Request Fulfillment, Access Management, and the Service Desk.  The roles, methods, functions, and activities in Operational Support and Analysis are also discussed to ensure a candidate comprehends how critical OSA is to the Service Lifecycle.  In addition, students will further their understanding of the Service Lifecycle phases and how to implement them in a real-world business setting. At the end of the training course, students will be fully prepared to take and pass the ITIL OSA Certification exam.

Those interested in this course must already possess an ITIL Foundation Certificate.  It is recommended that candidates also have at least two years of experience in IT Service Management.  Students who pass the ITIL OSA course will be awarded 4 credits towards the ITIL Expert qualification.

An ITIL OSA training course will enable the student, upon completion, to have the necessary tools to take, and excel in, a professional job in this focus area.  In such a position, he or she will help the information technology department of a corporation to successfully optimize their Operational Support and Analysis habits.  He or she will have the skills and knowledge to implement OSA processes and activities in the business in a cost-effective and controlled method.

Contact Ashford Global IT today and learn how Operational Support and Analysis processes can benefit your organization!

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