COBIT5 Foundation

COBIT 5 is the latest edition of ISACA’s globally accepted framework. It provides an end-to-end business view of the governance of enterprise IT, reflecting the central role of information and technology in creating value for enterprises of all sizes. The principles, practices, analytical tools and models found in COBIT 5 embody thought leadership and guidance from business, IT and governance experts around the world.

COBIT 5 is the only business framework for the governance and management of enterprise IT. COBIT 5 provides guidance to executives and those charged with making decisions concerning the use of technology in support of organizational objectives. Specifically, version 5 of COBIT places a strong emphasis on creating a culture of innovation across the enterprise, even going so far as to recommend innovation as part of the HR framework.

Pre-Requisites

There are no formal pre-requisites. However, prior experience with IT governance or business management or process improvement or IT services is beneficial.

This course is required to progress to the COBIT 5 Implementer/Assessor qualifications.

Format of the Examination

The COBIT 5 Foundation exam is held on the last day of the course and comprises 50 multiple-choice questions to be answered within one hour. A minimum of 50% is required to pass.

Workshop Benefits

  • Workshop delivered by accredited instructors
  • 4 hours of pre-workshop reading materials
  • 2 days of hands-on workshop
  • Authorized Courseware
  • Examination + Certification
  • Business Executives responsible for IT Governance
  • IT Managers
  • Professionals and Managers of IT Service Providers
  • IT Auditors and Assurance Professionals
  • Risk and Security Practitioners
  • IT Quality Professionals
  • Consultants, Service Managers and Project Managers

1. Introduction to COBIT 5
New COBIT 5 Framework components and new process model
COBIT Processes Reference Guide and new processes

2. COBIT 5 Framework
Principles
Drivers
Architecture
Goals Cascade
Enablers
Governance and Management
Process Reference Model
Implementation Guidance
Process Capability Model
Information Model
Organizational Structures Model
Skills and Competencies Model
Principles and Policies Model
Culture, Ethics and Behavior Model
Service Capabilities Model

3. COBIT 5 Process Reference Model
Process identification
Process description
Process purpose statement
– Goals cascade information IT-related goals
– Process goals and metrics
RACI chart
Detailed description of the process practices
– Practice title and description
– Practice inputs and outputs
– Process activities

4. Processes Reference Model
Governance processes
– Evaluate, Direct and Monitor
Management processes
– Align, Plan and Organize
– Build, Acquire and Implement
– Deliver, Service and Support
– Monitor, Evaluate and Assure