The ITIL Intermediate training comprises of two categories namely the Service Capability certificate courses and the Service Lifecycle certificate courses. The number of qualification a delegate may want to take is not a restriction ranging from a minimum of one to a maximum of all ITIL courses. There are five lifecycle courses and four capability courses.
ITIL Intermediate Training consists of two sections: Service Capability qualifications and Service Lifecycle. There are four courses within Service Capability qualifications and five courses for Service Lifecycles. The Training takes a modular style whereby each module covers a different aspect of IT Service Management. There is classroom based teaching as well as practical activities in order to ensure knowledge acquired in the classroom can be applied in the workplace.
Candidates are able to choose which modules they would like to complete, whether they may be from Service Capability, Service Lifecycle, or both. If candidates decide to complete modules from both sections, both technical and knowledge will be acquired.
Anyone who holds the ITIL Foundation certification can complete ITIL Intermediate Training. The ITIL Intermediate Training course is the next step from the Foundation level, as it covers the more detailed content.
ITIL suggests that candidates have at least 2 years experience in IT Service Management, preferably in a professional, career-based environment, prior to participating in ITIL Intermediate Training.
In order to achieve the ITIL Intermediate certification, candidates are required to sit exams: