COBIT® 5 Assessor
You will learn how to conduct a formal Process Capability Assessment, how to utilise it to enable business goals, how to prioritise improvement initiatives, and how to spot possibilities for enhancing the governance and management of IT assets in the COBIT 5 Assessor course.
The training programme serves as the foundation for evaluating an organization's process capabilities in comparison to the COBIT 5 Process Reference Model (PRM). This methodology assists IT leaders in gaining C-level and board member buy-in for change and improvement efforts since it is evidence-based and enables a reliable, consistent, and repeatable way to assess IT process capabilities.
The results of the assessment allow for the identification of process capability. Process improvement, adding value to the company, gauging the accomplishment of present or future business objectives, benchmarking, consistent reporting, and organisational compliance can all be accomplished with their help. Practical exercises and interesting case-based scenarios are used to supplement the training.
If a practitioner applicant is successful, they will be allowed to apply for full ISACA certification, become assessors or lead assessors, and provide additional documentation of their capabilities.
By completing this course, you will gain competencies in:
- How to conduct a process capability evaluation utilising COBIT 5 and the Assessor Guide
- How to conduct a process capacity evaluation using the Process Assessment Model (PAM)
- How to determine and evaluate each role's contribution to the process capability evaluation procedure
- How to carry out and evaluate the seven actions listed in the Assessor Guide
- Internal & external Auditors who want to add process capability assessments to the scope of their audits.
- IT auditors who want to add process capability assessments to the scope of their audits.
- Consultants who want to be allowed to perform independent process assessments on behalf of their clients.
- Overview and Recap of COBIT Foundation
- Generic Concepts of COBIT 5
- Overview of the COBIT 5 Assessment Model
- Assessors Guide
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Responsibilities for various roles
- Competency Requirements
- Creating Teams
- Initiation of the Assessment
- Assessment Classes
- Assessment Initiation
- Initiation Phase in Detail
- Scoping of the Assessment
- The Scoping Processes
- Application of the Scoping Processes
- Planning the Assessment and Briefing the Teams
- Properly applying the Planning and Briefing Phase
- Data Collection
- Working with COBIT’s Data Collection Phase
- Analysing Accurateness and Completeness of Evidence
- Data Validation
- Applying Key Concepts
Validating the Data
Q- What is COBIT & what does it stand for?
A: Control Objectives for Information & Related Technology, is an abbreviation. This framework for IT governance and management was developed by ISACA.
Q: What is COBIT used for?
A: It is utilised by those who are in charge of specific commercial and technological operations. The information must be trustworthy and pertinent, and it must also have some level of quality and technological and informational control.
Q: What is Elaborate on the COBIT framework ?
A: 34 processes are included in the COBIT process, which separates IT into four primary areas and is in charge of planning, constructing, operating, and monitoring. It has been positioned at a level, harmonised with other excellent practises like ITIL, TOGAF, COSO, CMMI, etc., it has been levelled, harmonised, and merged.
Q: What are the specific elements that make up COBIT?
A: The framework, process descriptions, control objectives, management principles, and maturity models are all incorporated in COBIT. The framework's major goal is to organise IT governance and best practises by their domains and processes and connect them to the demands of the business. There is a list of requirements for effective management of various IT processes that may be found in control objectives. The maturity models evaluate the capabilities and maturity and deal with any gaps in resolving them..
Q: What is the infrastructure required to attend your training program?
A: To attend the training session you should have an operational Desktops or Laptops with required specification along with good internet connection to access the labs.
Q: What if I miss a class on a particular day?
A: We would always recommend you to attend the live session to practice & clarify the doubts instantly and get more value from your investment. However, if due to some contingency if you have to skip the class Radiant Techlearning would help you with the recorded session of that particular day. However, those recorded sessions are not meant only for personal consumption and NOT for distribution or any commercial use.
Q: How I will be accessing the labs?
A: Radiant Techlearning has a data center containing the Virtual Training environment for the purpose of participant’s hand-on-practice.
Participants can easily access these labs over Cloud with the help of remote desktop connection.
Radiant virtual labs provides you the flexibility to learn from anywhere in the world and in any time zone.
Q: What kind of projects are included as a part of training?
A: The learners will be enthralled as we engage them the real world and industry Oriented projects during the training program. These projects will improve your skills and knowledge and you will gain better experience. These real time projects, they will help you a lot in your future tasks and assignments.