CGEIT Boot Camp offers high-level training sessions to IT professionals willing to gain IT Governance skills and succeed the CGEIT™ exam.
Why attend CGEIT Boot Camp?
- It prepares to the CGEIT exam by reviewing all job practices, activities and knowledge requirements as defined bij ITGI
- The trainings offer the necessary knowledge and skills for IT professionals seeking for a reinforced management position.
- The courses bring the essential material to IT Management professionals in the six domains of knowledge (the Job Practice areas as defined by ISACA).
Which topics does the CGEIT Boot Camp cover?
The course material of the training is based on all the CGEIT Job Practice as defined by ISACA:
"The Job Practice serves as the basis for the exam and the experience requirements to earn the CGEIT certification. This job practice consists of task and knowledge statements, organized by domains. These statements and domains were based on feedback from IT governance subject matter experts from around the world. Numerous reference sources were also utilized including research conducted by the IT Governance Institute and COBIT 4.1.
These statements are intended to depict the tasks performed by individuals who have a significant management, advisory, or assurance role relating to the governance of IT and the knowledge required to perform these tasks. They are also intended to serve as a definition of the roles and responsibilities of the professionals performing IT governance work."
The Job Practice domains and task and knowledge statements are as follows:
Domain 1—IT Governance Framework (25%)
Define, establish and maintain an IT governance framework (leadership, organizational structures and processes) to: ensure alignment with enterprise governance; control the business information and information technology environment through the implementation of good practices; and assure compliance with external requirements.
Domain 2—Strategic Alignment (15%)
Ensure that IT enables and supports the achievement of business objectives through the integration of IT strategic plans with business strategic plans and the alignment of IT services with enterprise operations to optimize business processes.
Domain 3—Value Delivery (15%)
Ensure that IT and the business fulfill their value management responsibilities: IT-enabled business investments achieve the benefits as promised and deliver measurable business value both individually and collectively, that required capabilities (solutions and services) are delivered on-time and within budget, and that IT services and other IT assets continue to contribute to business value.
Domain 4—Risk Management (20%)
Ensure that appropriate frameworks exist and are aligned with relevant standards to identify, assess, mitigate, manage, communicate and monitor IT-related business risks as an integral part of an enterprise's governance environment.
Domain 5—Resource Management (13%)
Ensure that IT has sufficient, competent and capable resources to execute current and future strategic objectives and keep up with business demands by optimizing the investment, use and allocation of IT assets.
Domain 6—Performance Measurement (12%)
Ensure that business-supporting IT goals/objectives and measures are established in collaboration with key stakeholders and that measurable targets are set, monitored and evaluated.
The detailed CGEIT Job Practice can be viewed at the international ISACA website.
It's challenging, high-level and extremely interactive
Besides the intensive lectures and courses, workshops and group discussions are part of the CGEIT Boot Camp.