Invensis Learning's ITIL MALC Training Course in Helsinki is delivered by highly qualified trainers with extensive IT Service Management experience. This AXELOS's ITIL Expert Certification is one of the most industry-recognized IT Security management certifications for IT professionals all across the world. This ITIL Managing Across the Life Cycle Certification Course in Helsinki is ideal for individuals and enterprises who are looking to demonstrate ITIL qualification scheme and the knowledge in its entirety.
The main takeaways from this ITIL MALC Certification course in Helsinki are that you demonstrate comprehensive understanding of comprehensive knowledge on governance and organizational structure, integrating lifecycle stages and their processes, implementing and improving services that improve customer satisfaction. Participants will receive course completion certificate.
We deliver ITIL MALC Training in Helsinki through classroom and live online virtual modes. Enroll now and gain this ITIL MALC certification in Helsinki today.
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- Key concepts of ITIL Service Lifecycle
- Communication and stakeholder management that is relevant to IT Service Management
- Establishing and managing governance
- Measuring IT services and associated processes and activities
- Prepare and pass for ITIL MALC exam, and more
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The ITIL MALC examination cost in Finland is USD 330.
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Job roles that can benefit from ITIL MALC training course in Helsinki include, but are not limited to:
This module focuses on managing services and service management, the service lifecycle, service value across the different stages of the service lifecycle, and other key concepts.
This chapter focuses on co-ordination of business relationship management across the service lifecycle, and the role of business relationship management in communication, stakeholder management and communication, the value of good communication and ensuring its flow across the service lifecycle.
In this module participants will learn about the integration of service management processes through the Service Lifecycle, the impact of service strategy on other Service Lifecycle stages, the value of a Service Lifecycle perspective when designing service solutions, the inputs and outputs of processes and stages in the Service Lifecycle, and the value to business and the interfaces of all processes in the ITIL Service Lifecycle.
This module focuses on identification and assessment of customer and stakeholder needs and requirements across all Service Lifecycle stages, how the service design package provides a link between service design, service transition and service operation, managing cross-lifecycle processes, implementing and improving services, using key sources of information for identifying the need for improvement, and the challenges, critical success factors and risks of the Service Lifecycle stages.
In this chapter participants will learn about governance, organizational structure, skills and competence, and service provider types and service strategies.
This module focuses on measuring and demonstrating business value, how to use metrics, design and development of measurement frameworks and methods, monitoring and control systems, and use of event management tools to increase visibility of the infrastructure and IT service delivery.
This chapter focuses on implementing service management, assessing service management, improving service management, key considerations for implementation and improvement of service management practice and services, and key considerations while planning and implementing service management technologies.
The daily agenda of the 4-day ITIL MALC Training is detailed below:
As part of your ITIL MALC training, you will receive:
At Invensis, we provide ITIL MALC training in Helsinki in three different learning modes in instructor-led classroom training, instructor-led online training, and on-site group training.
You will achieve 5 credits for this ITIL MALC training which you can use in your journey to become an ITIL Expert.
Yes, the examination fees is included in the course fee.
The ITIL Managing Across the Lifecycle credential does not have an expiry period and the certification is valid for life.
Yes, Invensis Learning is a PEOPLECERT Accredited Training Organization (A.T.O) for providing ITIL MALC training course worldwide.
AXELOS is the governing body for all of the ITIL training programs. Invensis Learning is an AXELOS Certified Partner for imparting ITIL Foundation, ITIL Intermediate modules and ITIL MALC Training courses worldwide.
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Helsinki, located on the shore of the Gulf of Finland, is the capital of Finland and the largest city in the country. Spread over 3600 sq. km, Helsinki is home to over 1.2 million people of mainly Finnish and Swedish heritage. Helsinki is also home to some major universities such as University of Helsinki, Aalto University, Hanken School of Economics, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences and the Laurea University of Applied Sciences.
The city has a very high standard of living and Helsinki was ranked by Monocle as the world’s most liveable city. The GDP of Helsinki accounts for one-third of Finland’s total GDP of US $276 billion. The economy of Finland, the 4th largest in Europe, is driven by manufacturing electronics, machinery, forest industry and chemicals. Finland is the only Nordic country which is a member of the Eurozone having accepted the Euro as legal tender. The largest employers in Helsinki are Nokia, Kone, Stora Enso, UPM-Kymmene Corporation, Kesko, Wärtsilä Oyj, Fortum, and Fiskars.
The highest average salary in Helsinki for professionals in Project Management is €68,188, ITSM is €85,097, and Quality Management is €76,540. Whereas a senior project manager with PMP certification the salary goes up to €79,148, with ITIL certification it goes up to €98,097, and with Six Sigma certification, it goes up to €85,890.
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