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PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2012 7:11 am    Post subject: Life Cycle or Capability? Reply with quote

I am trying to decide which ITIL route to take - either the Life Cycle or Capability path.

I am late fifties and looking to work freelance in the London area. I have a particular interest in IT and ticketing processes. I have worked as an Business/Operations Analyst in telecoms - and I have experience of manufacturing and retail.

Anyone got any thoughts as to which route to take and why?

I have seen very few job ads for the Life Cycle route which seems rather odd.
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