Principles of IT Governance

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This is the course you need if you - or your management team - are looking for succinct, pragmatic answers to these questions:

  • What is IT Governance?
  • How do we really achieve IT – Business Alignment?
  • How do we navigate, draw on and integrate the most useful aspects of all the currently available governance frameworks?
  • How do we identify and manage IT risk across the enterprise?
  • What does best practice for the Corporate Governance of IT look like today?
  • How does one implement an IT Governance Framework?
  • How does an IT Governance Framework help us optimise IT delivery, value and performance?

This three-day course is a comprehensive introduction to the business-critical subject of the…

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This is the course you need if you - or your management team - are looking for succinct, pragmatic answers to these questions:

  • What is IT Governance?
  • How do we really achieve IT – Business Alignment?
  • How do we navigate, draw on and integrate the most useful aspects of all the currently available governance frameworks?
  • How do we identify and manage IT risk across the enterprise?
  • What does best practice for the Corporate Governance of IT look like today?
  • How does one implement an IT Governance Framework?
  • How does an IT Governance Framework help us optimise IT delivery, value and performance?

This three-day course is a comprehensive introduction to the business-critical subject of the Corporate Governance of IT. Included in the course is the IBITGQ Certificate in IT Governance Principles, which is awarded to those who pass the exam which is included on Day 3 of the course.



Available dates

Dates to follow but courses will run in:

  • 5-7 October 2011
  • 18-20 January 2012
  • 4-6 April 2012
  • 4-6 July 2012

  Who is this course suitable for?

The course is designed for those individuals whose role requires them to have a broad understanding of IT Governance, a familiarity with the wide range of frameworks and standards which can be deployed in an integrated, business-focused IT Governance framework. Typical delegates to this course include: Board directors; IT executives (CIOs, CISOs CTOs); IT managers; IT auditors; business, risk, project and compliance managers; IT service managers, governance professionals and, of course, IT consultants.

An awareness of ISO38500, COBIT, ITIL, Risk or Project Management Frameworks and Standards might be useful but is not essential.



Highly experienced trainer

This course was created and is led by Alan Calder, CEO of IT Governance Ltd. The course reflects his years of involvement with the corporate governance of IT. This course combines a high level of academic content and rigour with a highly practical guidance on implementation, liberally lit up with real life examples of effective and ineffective approaches to IT Governance.

What does this course cover?

The training course is an interactive which provides delegates with practical opportunities to link their growing understanding of IT Governance best practice to their own corporate environment and circumstances. The course is carefully structured so that it positions IT Governance in its wider context and then progresses through the essential framework building blocks to review all the core frameworks and then to look at practical steps for integrating those aspects that are most appropriate in each individual corporate situation. The course includes an outline IT Governance Framework Implementation Road Map.

Here is an overview of the 18 Information-Packed Sessions of Principles of IT Governance Course:

  • Definitions of, and drivers for, IT Governance;
  • Accountability Frameworks, including the role of the Board, Executive – and RACI Charts;
  • The Role of Frameworks and the Calder-Moir meta-model;
  • Internal Control and its part in IT Governance;
  • Internal Culture and its relevance to IT Governance;
  • Detailed review of all the core frameworks – ISO38500, COBIT, ITIL and Best Practice Standards;
  • IT Governance Implementation Project Plan;
  • How to Integrate IT Governance Frameworks and Standards;
  • isk and Control in IT Governance;
  • Information Management (and Data Governance);
  • IS Governance, the ISO27001 ISMS and Business Resilience;
  • Creating an IT Strategy and the IT Strategy Template;
  • Enterprise Architecture;
  • Project Governance:
  • Internal Resource Optimisation;
  • External Resource Optimisation;
  • Value Delivery
  • Performance Management;

Are there entry requirements? There are no entry requirements.

Additional Information

Exam:  The IBITGQ Principles of IT Governance exam is taken on the last day of the course.

Please note:

  • This course starts promptly at 9am each day.
  • The exam is taken during the afternoon of the last day of the course.
  • The exam board do not allow non-English speakers/readers any extra time to sit the exam
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