Ely, England, 25 September 2012 - IT Governance Ltd, the leading expert in information security training, has announced that their CGEIT Exam preparation course is selling out quickly. There are a few places remaining and those sitting the exam in December are advised to book now to avoid disappointment: www.itgovernance.co.uk/products/3310.
Alan Calder, CEO of IT Governance, says, ‘Since we started delivering the CGEIT Exam preparation course we have enjoyed a great interest from professionals who want to progress their career by obtaining this acknowledged qualification. This year we have seen an increased number of bookings in September, which we believe is due to ISACA’s announcement that domains will change in 2013.’
In a press release from 27 August 2012 ISACA has announced that the 8th December 2012 CEGIT exam date will be the last to be based on the Current Job Practice. The new Job Practice Domains will be introduced for 2013 and will align with COBIT 5. The existing Value Delivery and Performance Management domains are being combined and changed to create a new Benefits Realisation domain.
The Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT) designation is aimed at IT and business professionals who hold substantial positions in management, advisory or assurance related to the governance of enterprise IT.
The CGEIT Exam Preparation course is designed to enable candidates to understand roles and responsibilities, and various focus areas of IT governance.
In order to make sure they pass CGEIT before the subject domains change in 2013 delegates should book now. The course takes place on 15-17 November in London and can be booked online here www.itgovernance.co.uk/products/3310