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ITIL/Prince exams (where to sit them)

Discussion in 'Training & Development' started by Zainek, Nov 14, 2009.

  1. Zainek

    Zainek Nibble Poster

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    Hello everybody (Think Dr Nick from the simpsons),

    Where can I book the exams for these two certs is it a std prometric place ?

    Cheers
     
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  2. wagnerk
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    wagnerk aka kitkatninja Moderator

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    See here.

    As for ITIL, you can sit at least the foundation exam at any Prometric or PearsonVue testing centre. You will need to book the exam under either EXIN or ISEB.

    -ken
     
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  3. Zainek

    Zainek Nibble Poster

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    thanks ken
     
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  4. jaydean

    jaydean Bit Poster

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    For the Prince2 exams

    Points to note:
    + Identify which version of the exam (2005 or 2009) that you want to sit
    + The exams tend to run at the end of the month (normally the last week or so).
    + The Prince2 open exams esp Foundation get booked up pretty early on, so I would suggest you book 3/4 weeks early.
    + normally you get instant unofficial feedback with the Foundation test (pass/fail)
    + the practitioner its a 4 week wait:x


    Foundation costs £205 the Practitioner £380
     
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  5. JonnyMX

    JonnyMX Petabyte Poster

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    Yup, but as of now it's going to be pretty much 2009.

    Depends where you go.

    Good advice. :biggrin

    Yes, the 'foundation' exam is normally marked in-situ by the authorised examiner with a follow up audit to check things out later.

    Pain. I waited about 3 weeks for mine, then the certificate came about 2 weeks later.

    Sounds about right. Again, possibly my argument for classroom training in this case.
    I paid £1,250 (well, I didn't personally) for a 5 day course with a qualified and experienced tutor, lunch, parking etc etc, unlimited coffee, snacks, blah blah, the manuals (which are about £60 each) and a free resit on foundation if required. I personally think that's good value.

    I didn't bother to ask the guy who was paying what he thought about it, so we'll never know.

    8)
     
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