When i took the course, apart of the training was making presentations in small groups when working on a case study. Looking back at my original course material there are these 3 requirements listed by Exin:
1) Obtained ITIL Foundation certificate
2) Attended an Accredited Practitioner training course
3) Successfully fulfilled 3 practical assignments (one per process) each of which must be formally recorded by the course Instructor and signed by both the student and instructor.
Far as what the presentation will consist of will be dependent on whom is delivering the class. _________________ Adam
Practitioner - Release and Control
"Not every change is an improvement, but every improvement requires a change"
How does it work, in this case how the participant would get the certificate? Does class instructor hands it over or the assignments are sent to the governing body and then they decide if you are qualified for certificate or not?
I also read in the forum somewhere that few of them had multiple choice question with essay to write and in some other places they had only 40 multiple choice question to annswer in two hours.
Does it mean that test for practitioner certification goes by the training institute as how they want to conduct it and there is no set pattern or guideline around it?
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