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Clustered Practitioner Program - Release and Control

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 31, 2005 4:23 pm    Post subject: Clustered Practitioner Program - Release and Control Reply with quote

FYI - EXIN have published guidelines for a new type of practitioner program.

Generally referred to as "Clustered Practitioners" the official Exin name is:


Where I = i-Tracks (the new EXIN program)
Where P = Practitioner
Where xx = process area.

The first such program is IPRC. Release and Control. The Control processes (as per BS15000/AS8018 & one would suspect ISO20000) are the Change and Configuration processes.

This is a 5 day classroom course, with a focus on practical assignments and theory for the three process areas.

I believe the program is an attempt to refresh the Practitioner level of training which has not seen a large uptake around the world. Whether the Clustered Practitioner will be the answer - time will tell.

(Please note: I am not aware if ISEB have a similar program).

The EXIN program has been published for several months and I know of one vendor that already has been accredited in the program.
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