Senior managers and consultants who advise on IT governance are much in demand in the boardrooms of large organisations throughout the world. IT governance is now recognised as a key driver in ensuring competitive advantage and a return on the often significant investment in information technology.
The ISACA CGEIT (Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT) qualification recognizes expertise in the field of IT governance and helps enterprises identify and hire professionals who have IT governance knowledge and experience.
To support the growing need for IT governance and the requirement for skilled and certified practitioners, we are pleased to launch the ITG Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) Training Course.
Why choose IT Governance to help you pass CGEIT?
- We are dedicated to Governance, Risk and Compliance consultancy and training services
- Our trainers are also our consultants and are ISACA CGEIT qualified
- We summarise the key content and highlight its relevance with practical examples
- We help you prepare for the examination with practice questions and advice
- We believe interactive classroom training to be the most effective method of training
The first ITG Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) Training Course is a 4-day session to be held in London with Geoff Harmer as lead trainer. Geoff is CGEIT qualified and is an accredited lecturer for ITIL with the Information Systems Examination Board (ISEB), a licensed trainer for COBIT with ISACA and for ISO 20000 with itSMF (IT Service Management Forum).
Proven experience and continued professional education (CPE) are both essential to passing and maintaining the CGEIT qualification. IT Governance is the exclusive approved reseller of ISACA publications in the UK. For further information and the purchase of the CGEIT related Exam and Study Guides, please visit our dedicated CGEIT Bookstore.
Ensure that you pass the CGEIT examination first time.
PS. If you are new to IT governance or not quite ready to take the CGEIT examination, you may wish to read IT Governance: Guidelines for Directors or IT Governance Today – a Practitioner’s Handbook, both by Alan Calder and also available from our Bookstore.