Are you looking to become an expert in ITIL? If you are, this means that you already know a lot about ITIL, or IT infrastructure library, and are ready to reach the level, where you will know all that you need to know about this software, before using it in your everyday work life.
Getting your final certification in ITIL, means you have to qualify for four levels, with the master level being the final one. However, if you have completed your foundation and intermediate level, this means that you are qualified to take your expert level certification, leading to the master level.
The expert level ITIL certification is for those of you, who want to demonstrate a level of knowledge encompassing the scheme fully. Being expert level qualified will help you in both professional and personal growth, by advancing your career within information technology management. This will allow you to be qualified enough for the masters level which is the highest level in this scheme.
To achieve your expert level, you will need to have twenty two credits from your intermediate level exam. You will also need to successfully pass the "Managing across the Lifecycle" module, and have an overall knowledge across the entire service.
Once you have achieved your expert level qualification, you will be ready to begin studying for your master level.
The master qualification ensures your capabilities to apply all methods, and techniques from all four qualifications, in your respective workplace. To achieve this qualification you will have to deliver desired goals and outcomes for businesses, as well as practical assignments. You will also be required to show how you arrived at your solutions, using your knowledge of the different methods and techniques from your ITIL knowledge base.
There is no syllabus for achieving the master's level, nor a structured training course, since it depends on situations that you will handle in your workplace. Requirements for becoming eligible for this qualification are reaching the expert level, and having a few years' experience in managerial, or leadership levels of IT service management.
Once you get the masters level, you will be ready to start using the ITIL in your respective business or firm. And if you have completed the foundation and intermediate level, then go all the way, because why would stop at intermediate when you can be a master?