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ISACA Certified (COBIT) Foundation Training
Accreditited by ISACA
500 Learners
Foundation
The COBIT 2019 Foundation Certificate program covers eight critical areas: framework introduction, principles, governance system and components, governance and management objectives, performance management, developing a customised governance system, business case, and implementation.  Certificate applicants investigate the COBIT 2019 concepts, principles, and methodologies used to develop, enhance, and maintain an enterprise information technology governance and management system. The test will see how well the candidate understands the material. Those who pass the COBIT 2019 Foundation test will get a COBIT 2019 Foundation Certificate.
ISACA Certified (COBIT) Foundation Training
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ISACA Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology (COBIT) Overview
COBIT® provides the guidance and means to build and sustain a best-fit governance system that aligns with major related standards, frameworks and regulations. COBIT delivers the latest thinking in Enterprise Governance of Information & Technology (EGIT) and is a comprehensive repository of guidance, tools, models and resources to help business leaders achieve their objectives for effective I&T governance. The COBIT framework is also very relevant to the modern enterprise—bringing structure to decision-making and assisting in creating a more agile governance system.
What You Will Learn?
  • Recognize the context, benefits and key reasons COBIT is used as an information and technology governance framework.
  • Explain the key attributes of the COBIT framework.
  • Key attributes: Product family and alignment with industry frameworks.
  • Compare the COBIT principles for governance system framework.
  • Describe the components of a governance system:
  • Governance and management objectives
  • Components of the governance system
  • Focus areas
  • Design factors
  • Goals cascade
  • Describe the elements of governance and management objectives.
  • Differentiate COBIT based performance management using maturity and capability perspectives.
  • Discover how to design a tailored governance system using COBIT.
  • Explain the key points of the COBIT business case.
  • Describe the relationships between the COBIT Design and Implementation Guides.
  • Prepare for the COBIT 2019 Foundation exam - Sample papers are set during the class by instructors to take during the class or as homework exercises.
Course Key Features
  • Official ISACA Curriculum
  • ISACA CRISC Exam Prep Tool
  • ISACA CRISC Exam Voucher
Training Options
In-Class
Starts from
$ 2,450
  • 3-days in-class training 
  • Official ISACA Curriculum
  • COBIT 2019 exam included
  • Pre-course consultation
  • After-course instructor coaching benefit
  • Highly experienced instructor(s)
  • Post-course follow-up
  • All related Averest's quality control tools
  • Required stationary
  • 5 or 4 stars training venue
  • Pay later by invoice -OR- at the time of checkout by credit card
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support
Classes Starting From
17 Oct 2022 , 3 Days
Online Instructor-Led
Starts from
$ 1,850
  • 3-day online instructor-led training course
  • Official ISACA Curriculum
  • COBIT 2019 exam included 
  • Pre-course consultation
  • After-course instructor coaching benefit
  • Highly experienced instructor(s)
  • Post-course follow-up
  • All related Averest's quality control tools
  • Pay later by invoice -OR- at the time of checkout by credit card
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support
Classes Starting From
17 Oct 2022 , 3 Days
COBIT Foundation Training Schedules
You can get this course with 2 training options and 2 venues
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ISACA Certified (COBIT) Foundation Training
3 Days,
09:00 - 16:00, UTC +03:00,
$ 2,950
2022 Oct
17 - 19
Instructor-Led, Online
ISACA Certified (COBIT) Foundation Training
3 Days,
09:00 - 16:00, UTC +03:00,
$ 1,850
ISACA Certified (COBIT) Foundation Training
3 Days,
09:00 - 16:00, UTC +03:00,
$ 2,450
ISACA Certified (COBIT) Foundation Training
3 Days,
09:00 - 16:00, UTC +03:00,
$ 2,950
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We will tailor the ISACA Certified (COBIT) Foundation Training program to meet your company's specific needs.
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COBIT Foundation Training Curriculum
Eligibility
Chief Executives Business management IT/IS auditors Internal auditors IT practitioners Consultants IT service managers IT/IS management
Pre-requisities
There are no hard pre-requisites for this course, background in service management is preferred but not essential.
Course Content
COBIT Foundation Training
Section 01 - Key Concepts and Terminology of COBIT
Structure and format of the COBIT framework
Key stakeholders of COBIT
Business benefits provided by COBIT
Section 02 - Analysing the Six Governance Principles
Provide stakeholder value
Benefits realisation
Risk and resource optimisation
Supporting the creation of business value through IT
Transforming stakeholder needs into an enterprise's actionable strategy
Clarifying the purpose of the goals cascade
Translating high-level enterprise goals into specific IT-related goals
Holistic approach
Evaluating the critical components of a governance system
Dynamic governance system
Creating a dynamic governance system
Governance distinct from management
Distinguishing between governance and management in an enterprise
Relationships between administration and management
Tailored to enterprise needs
Using design factors to produce an enterprise-specific governance system
Using COBIT variants to tailor for a specific purpose or context
End-to-end governance system
A framework for business and IT leaders
Interrelating key roles and activities
Section 03 - Analysing the Three Governance Framework Principles
Based on the conceptual model
Identifying key components
Relationships between key components
Maximising consistency and allowing automation
Open and flexible
Updating content
Addressing new issues
Maintaining integrity and consistency
Aligned to major standards
Alignment between COBIT and related standards, frameworks and regulations
Section 04 - The Governance System and Components
COBIT 2019 Core Model
The forty governance and management objectives
The five domain structure
Principles, policies, procedures
We met reasonable practice requirements for the scope, compliance, exceptions and monitoring.
Differentiating policies, principles and procedures
Processes
Reviewing the critical characteristics of the process goal categories
Organisational structures
Implementing practices for operations, responsibility delegation and decision-making
The key responsibilities of critical organisational roles
Culture, ethics and behaviour
Creating, encouraging and maintaining desired behaviours
Relating organisational and individual ethics with goals
Information
Reviewing the information quality categories
Interrelating the five steps of the information cycle with the information enablers
Applying information attributes to layers.
Assessing context and quality of information to the user with crucial attributes
Services, infrastructure and applications
Analysing the five architecture principles that govern the use of IT-related resources
Relationship with the other enablers
People, skills and competencies
Defining skill requirements for each role
Mapping the skill categories to the process domains
Skill categories about the process domains
Section 05 - Performance Management with COBIT
Performance Management Principles
Simple to understand and use
Consistent with the conceptual model
Providing reliable, repeatable, relevant results
Flexible to suit different organisations
Supporting multiple assessment types
Managing performance of processes
CMMI-based process capability scheme
The six process capability levels
Focus area maturity levels
Managing performance of other components
Section 06 - Designing and implementing a tailored governance system
The design process
Understanding the need for tailoring
Using design factors and variants
Stages and steps in the design process
The relationship between design and implementation
The COBIT seven-phase implementation approach
What are the drivers?
Where are we now?
Where do we want to be?
What needs to be done?
How do we get there?
Did we get there?
How do we keep the momentum going?
COBIT Foundation Exam & Certification
Course tuition fee includes the Foundation Exam. Exam-takers will be given two hours (120 minutes) to complete the exam. A score of 65% or higher is required to pass the exam. The ISACA Exam Candidate Information Guide provides valuable information regarding exam day rules information and exam dates and deadlines. You can find your copy at https://www.isaca.org/COBIT/Documents/COBIT-2019-Foundation-Exam-Guide.pdf.
COBIT Foundation Exam & Certification
COBIT Foundation FAQs
What is the purpose of principles, policies, and frameworks in an organisation?

In COBIT, 'Principles, Policies, and Frameworks' are the communication mechanisms used to convey a governing body/ management's directions and instructions for the organisation in support of governance objectives.

Is COBIT certification useful?

COBIT 5 certification increases the value of IT and builds trust in IT services by providing practices, principles, models, and tools that are globally accepted. COBIT 5 training enables effective decision making by its users to address the needs of the stakeholders and clarify their goals.

What are COBIT 5 enablers?

COBIT 5 Enablers: Principles, Policies and Frameworks. Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) Management of Risk (M_o_R) iServer 365.

What are the 3 parts of COBIT approach?

Organize and categorize IT governance objectives and good practices by IT domains and processes before associating them with their respective business requirements. 

1. Process descriptions

2. A reference process model and common language for everyone in an enterprise

3. Control objectives

What are the advantage of using COBIT 5?

COBIT 5 gives organizations many metrics and maturity models to work with and measure their achievements. This helps companies achieve their business goals and objectives and stay ahead of their peers and competitors.

What are the major principles adopted by COBIT?

  • Maintains regulatory compliance for organizations. 

  • Increases efficiency and productivity across the enterprise. 

  • Safeguards companies' information systems. 

  • Alignment of the goals of the IT department with the overall business goals of the organization.

What is COBIT in auditing?

COBIT stands for Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology. It is a framework created by the ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association) for IT governance and management.

What is COBIT for dummies?

COBIT stands for Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology. It is a framework created by the ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association) for IT governance and management.

What is COBIT and how can it be used for internal control?

In COBIT® terms, a control can be any enabler that supports the achievement of one or more objectives (control objectives). These objectives are the desired result or purpose of the implementation of a relevant process, practice, principle, tool, organizational unit, symbol, or other capability.

What are the value and benefits of COBIT 5?

COBIT 5 certification increases the value of IT and builds trust in IT services by providing practices, principles, models, and tools that are globally accepted. COBIT 5 training enables effective decision making by its users to address the needs of the stakeholders and clarify their goals.

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