The IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) as a concept came into existence in the 1980s as an initiative by the UK government to revamp the IT practices followed at the workplaces. Soon after, the ITIL certifications, globally distributed by Axelos Limited, became one of the most sought after courses by IT professionals involved in IT Service Management (ITSM) worldwide. ITIL teaches you the best practices and guidelines to excel in ITSM. The best part of ITIL certifications is that it never expires. In 2019, Axelos replaced ITIL v3 with ITIL 4, and the new ITIL 4 has four certification levels, from foundation to the master level.
Not long ago, I was planning to earn myself an ITIL 4 certification to further my chances of growth in the IT industry. And honestly, I was confused about where to get the required training. Like almost everyone today, I did a Google search to look for the options. Everything was baffling initially as there were so many options and everyone was claiming to be the best. I also thought about self-preparation by reading the course material available online, but, after spending just an hour reading the complicated text it was clear to me that I need a trainer. It was then that I started profoundly inspecting all the institutes that offer the course. I took into account the courses offered by the institutes, their infrastructure, experience, qualifications, and experience of their training staff, and the reviews written by the successful students. It didn’t take me long to realise that Logitrain has been an industry leader in Australia for more than 15 years, training people from multiple locations throughout the country. Getting myself registered for the course was very easy, the timings offered were flexible, with full-time weekday, weeknight, and even weekend options available. Moreover, they charged a nominal fee for the training, including the well-crafted, not a generic-internet-copied, course material.
I took my ITIL 4 Foundation certification training from Logitrain Sydney and passed the exam with flying colours. It was a 3-day, full-time training. My trainer at Logitrain utilised the time to the maximum and was so thorough in the delivery of the course that I was confident to take the exam at the end of the third day. Having experienced their professionalism and the level of their commitment to training people for IT courses I would choose Logitrain for any future IT training and certifications.
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