CGEIT® training, IS governance, preparation for certification
- Apply best practices in IS governance in an organization
- Understand the tools and concepts of strategic management in IT governance
- Use best practices as levers to control the value of IS for the organization
- Use risk management and IT governance optimization methods
- Optimize resources to ensure that they will be used as essential support for IS governance.
Candidates for the CGEIT exam, anyone wishing to improve their knowledge in the field of governance of corporate information systems.
Participants should have a basic knowledge of the areas to be covered. The course consists of intense preparation for the certification exam. English required.
Practical exercises and demonstrations will allow you to put into practice the theoretical concepts presented.
For “Distance” training, they are carried out with a Teams or Zoom type videoconferencing tool depending on the case, allowing the trainer to adapt his teaching methods.
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- Introduction to the Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT
- General presentation of CGEIT.
- Presentation of the exam model and certification.
- Understand the context and associated repositories
- COBIT, ITIL, ISO20000, ISO38500, ISO31000.
- SWOT, BCG Matrix, Balanced Scorecard.
- Val IT, maturity models. RISK IT, COSO ERM.
- Business continuity and resumption of activity.
IS governance repositories.
- Domain 1: IS governance framework
- IT governance in business.
- Governance practices, standards and benchmarks.
- Enterprise architecture: components and principles.
- Continuous improvement processes and techniques.
IS governance and associated repositories.
- Domain 2: strategic management
- Business strategic plan.
- Impacts of business changes – IS.
- Barriers to strategic alignment.
- Policies and procedures necessary to support alignment.
- Strategic planning process.
- Scope, objectives and benefits of investment programs.
- Domain 3: benefit of risk optimization
- Investment management. Portfolio management.
- Measurement of processes and services.
- Planning, development, transition and support of services.
- Continuous improvement of services. Performance and results.
- Investment valuation. Cost optimization.
Benefits of risk optimization.
- Area 4: risk optimization
- Risks at different levels of the company.
- Standards and repositories. Risk management & business resilience.
- Risk appetite & risk tolerance.
- Key Risk Indicators (KRIs). Mitigation of IS risks.
- Area 5: value for money
- Human, application, information and infrastructure resources.
- Outsourcing and Offshoring. OLA and SLA.
- Performance evaluation. Management of service levels.
- Preparation for the exam
- Good practices for passing the exam.
- Exam simulation.