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COBIT 5 Foundation



One of the most well-known IT management and governance frameworks is COBIT 5 Foundation. The framework is adaptable to all organizations of any size.

In addition to giving you an advantage over your peers in terms of professional growth, COBIT 5 offers internationally recognized principles, practices, tools, and models to assist boost the trust and value in IT.

Course Objectives

At the end of this course the participants will be able to learn:

  • The COBIT 5 best practice's five guiding principles.
  • How the principles, governance, and management enablers are delivered via the process reference model (PRM).
  • How to evaluate the enterprise IT situation in your company today
  • The fundamental ideas behind COBIT 5 implementation.
  • How to choose which COBIT 5 processes are suitable for implementation.
  • how to pass the APMG-International-accredited COBIT 5 Foundation exam that is provided.

Targeted Audience

  • Senior directors (CEO, CIO, CSO) who develop the strategic delivery of IT services
  • IT managers responsible for delivering IT services
  • IT governance directors and managers
  • Consultants who wish to advise their clients on the implementation of IT governance
  • Risk and compliance managers

Course Outline

Unit 1: 

  • the problems and difficulties with IT management that businesses face.
  • IT governance principles and how they are incorporated into enterprise IT governance

Unit 2:

  • The product architecture for COBIT 5.
  • The five fundamental tenets of COBIT 5 for the direction and control of business IT.
  • How COBIT 5 makes it possible for IT to be governed and managed for the entire organization in a comprehensive way.

Unit 3:

  • How the development of the 5 Principles and the 7 Governance and Management Enablers was influenced by the COBIT 5 processes and the Process Reference Model (PRM).
  • The fundamental ideas behind COBIT 5 implementation

Unit 4:

  • The Process Reference Model's elements and goal.
  • The fundamental ideas of RACI and how COBIT 5 uses them.

Unit 5:

  • The new Process Assessment Model's fundamental ideas.
  • The relationships between the COBIT 5 guidelines.

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