ITIL ITIL Intermediate RCV Certification Training

ITIL Intermediate RCV Certification Training

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  • Course Delivery: On Demand
  • Duration: 14.5 
  • Language: English
  • Difficulty: Intermediate
  • Audience: ITIL Professionals

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Key Features

  • 14.5 hours of high-quality e-learning content
  • 30 PDUs offered
  • Highest pass rate
  • 10 chapter-end quizzes
  • 2 exam simulations
  • 2 ITIL Intermediate RCV sample test papers
  • Accredited by AXELOS
  • Mobile friendly
 

Description

ITIL® Intermediate Release, Control, and Validation (RCV) module is a part of ITIL® Intermediate Capability stream and one of the modules that leads to the ITIL® Expert Certificate in IT Service Management. The training content approved by APMG and CSME, focuses on management-level overview of Release, Control and Validation and all its related activities in order to achieve operational excellence. ITIL RCV certification training is a validation of your expertise in role-based capabilities, principles, objectives, processes, methods, and functions.

 

Course Objectives

The learning objectives of this course are:

  • Learn how to measure Release, Control, and Validation
  • Define technology and implementation considerations for Release, Control, and Validation
  • List challenges, critical success factors, and risks
  • Define terminology related to Release, Control, and Validation
 

Topics Covered

Introduction to RCV

  • Purpose and objectives of service transition
  • Scope of the service transition phase in relation to the RCV related processes, its value to the business, and how the RCV related processes interact with processes within other lifecycle stages
  • Various aspects to be considered for developing an effective service transition strategy
  • Defining service transition lifecycle stages
  • The key initiatives that are important for an effective preparation for service transition
  • The approach and best practices in planning and coordinating service transition activities
  • How service transition provides transition process support to stakeholders

Change Management

  • The purpose and objectives of the change management process, and describe its practical application within a business environment
  • The scope of the change management process
  • The business value of change management and demonstrate some practical examples in real-life situations
  • Change management policies and its design and planning considerations
  • Types of change request and describe them using examples by service lifecycle stage; distinguish changes, requests for change (RFCs), and change records
  • The role of change models, change proposals, and standard changes
  • Typical activities involved in managing changes and describe workflow of processing different types of change requests
  • The methods and techniques associated with each major change management activity
  • The change management process triggers, inputs, outputs, and interfaces with other processes
  • The role of the configuration management system (CMS) in change management
  • How change management can be effectively measured and examples of critical success factors and key performance indicators
  • The challenges and risks of change management
  • Typical change management activities that may be performed on a day-to-day basis during the service operation lifecycle stage
  • Managing organization and stakeholder change as an essential part of continual improvement

Service Asset and Configuration Management

  • The purpose and objectives of the SACM process
  • The scope of SACM
  • The business value of the SACM process and demonstrate some practical examples in real-life situations
  • SACM policies and basic concepts and various types of Cis
  • The use of a configuration management system (CMS) and its major components in supporting the effective execution of SACM process
  • The activities of asset management, the role of software asset management, and associated tools
  • The key SACM process activities and deliverables for executing each of these activities
  • The SACM process triggers, inputs, outputs, and interfaces with other processes
  • The information management considerations for SACM
  • How the SACM process can be effectively measured and examples of critical success factors and key performance indicators, and their application
  • The challenges and risks of SACM
  • Typical SACM activities performed on a daily basis by service operation

Service Validation and Testing

  • The purpose and objectives of the SVT process
  • The scope of the SVT process
  • The business value of the SVT process and demonstrate some practical examples in real-life situations
  • How policies can drive and support the execution of the SVT process and describe practical examples of such policies
  • Various test models, their objectives and test conditions, and examples of validation conditions
  • Various validation and testing perspectives, their purposes and the stakeholder groups’ requirements to be addressed
  • The use of test levels and test models to help with building quality service deliverables during the early stage of the service development lifecycle
  • The key activities of the SVT process triggers, inputs, outputs, and interfaces with other processes
  • The practices of maintaining test data and test environments in respect of changing test requirements
  • How the SVT processes can be measured in terms of business value contribution and internal efficiency and examples of critical success factors and key performance indicators
  • The challenges and risks of SVT

Release and Deployment Management

  • The purpose and objectives of the RDM process
  • The scope of the RDM process
  • The business value of the RDM process
  • RDM policies, the concept of a release unit, release design options and considerations, and models
  • The four phases of RDM
  • Release and deployment planning considerations
  • Release and deployment plans
  • Pass / fail criteria
  • Build and test planning
  • Planning release packaging and build
  • Preparation for release build and test
  • Deployment planning
  • Planning of pilots
  • Financial / commercial planning
  • The key steps and techniques for performing the release build and test stage
  • Release and build documentation
  • Acquire and test input configuration items and components
  • Release packaging
  • Build and manage the test environments
  • Service testing and pilots
  • The approach for developing a detailed plan for deployment and the key steps for performing the actual transfer, deployment and retirement, verifying deployment, and providing early life support
  • Reviewing and closing the deployment
  • The RDM process triggers, inputs, outputs, and interfaces with other processes
  • How information pertaining to service deployment should be recorded and maintained
  • How the RDM process can be measured in terms of business value contribution and examples of critical success factors and key performance indicators
  • The challenges, risks, and critical success factors pertaining to RDM
  • Typical RDM activities performed on a daily basis by service operation

Request Fulfilment

  • The purpose, objectives, and scope of the request fulfilment process
  • The business value of the request fulfilment process
  • Request fulfilment policies, principles, and basic concepts
  • Request fulfilment activities and demonstrate some practical examples of service requests that can be offered as standard services by category
  • Request fulfilment process triggers, inputs, outputs, and interfaces (particularly with RDM, SACM, and change management)
  • Information required by the request fulfilment process
  • How request fulfilment can be effectively measured and examples of critical success factors and key performance indicators
  • Challenges and risks pertaining to request fulfilment

Change Evaluation

  • The purpose, objectives, and scope of the change evaluation process
  • The business value of the change evaluation process
  • Change evaluation policies, principles, and the use of the Plan-Do-Check-Act model
  • Change evaluation process terminology and typical change evaluation process workflow
  • Perspectives to consider when executing an evaluation plan, the intended and unintended effect of a change, and factors for evaluating the effectiveness of a service change
  • The evaluation of predicted service performance and actual performance and of risk management. How this can impact the course of actions for the overall service design / change evaluation.
  • Evaluation report contents
  • Change evaluation process triggers, inputs, outputs, and interfaces
  • The role of SKMS and CMS relative to the change evaluation process
  • How change evaluation can be effectively measured, examples of critical success factors, and key performance indicators
  • Challenges and risks pertaining to change evaluation

Knowledge Management

  • The purpose, objectives, and scope of the KM process
  • The business value of the KM process, especially in the context of service transition
  • KM policies and use of DIKW structure. The SKMS and its relationship with the CMDB and CMS, using examples
  • KM activities and practical techniques for enabling a KM strategy, knowledge transfer and the effective management of data, information, and knowledge.

Demonstrate the benefits of using an SKMS through examples

  • KM process triggers, inputs, outputs, and interfaces. The stakeholder groups within the IT service management organization whose support is needed for effective knowledge management
  • Information management aspects to consider when creating an SKMS
  • How KM can be effectively measured, examples of critical success factors, and key performance indicators
  • Challenges and risks pertaining to KM
  • The relationship between continual service improvement and knowledge management

RCV Roles and Responsibilities

  • Generic roles involved in service transition
  • The key roles / functions responsible for executing each process step as related to:

    • Transition planning and support
    • Change management
    • Service asset and configuration management
    • Release and deployment management
    • Service validation and testing
    • Request fulfilment
    • Change evaluation
    • Knowledge management

    Technology and Implementation Considerations

    • The list of generic requirements for integrated ITSM technology
    • The evaluation criteria for service management tools for process implementation
    • The RCV practices for process implementation, which include:

      • Managing change in operations
      • Service operation and project management
      • Assessing and managing risk in service operation
      • Operational staff in service design and transition
      • The challenges, critical success factors, and risks relating to implementing service transition practices and processes
      • How to plan and implement service management technologies
      • The technology considerations for implementing the following processes and activities:

        • Knowledge management tolls
        • Collaboration
        • Configuration management system

        Summary and Directed Studies

        • Review of key concepts
 

Prerequisites

It is recommended that candidates should complete a minimum of 12 hours of personal study by reviewing the syllabus and the pertinent areas within the ITIL® Service Transition and ITIL® Service Operation core guidance in preparation for the examination.

 

Quiz Information

Ten end-of-chapter quizzes and two simulation exams

 

Exams

To be eligible for the examination leading to the ITIL® Release, Control and Validation Certificate, the candidate must fulfill the following requirements:

  • Undertake at least 30 contact hours (hours of instruction, excluding breaks, with an Accredited Training Organization (ATO) or an accredited e-learning solution) for this syllabus, as part of a formal, approved training course/scheme.
  • 2 to 4 years of professional experience working in IT service management is highly desirable
  • Hold the ITIL® Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management (or other appropriate earlier ITIL® and bridge qualifications.)

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