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COBIT® 2019 Certification Training

Course Description

COBIT® 2019 Certification Training

This COBIT® 2019 Foundation training course will give you a deep understanding of the COBIT framework for managing and governing enterprise IT environments. COBIT certification 2019 provides an end-to-end business perspective for IT governance and reflects the role of IT in creating value for enterprises.

COBIT 2019 Certification Course Overview

This COBIT 2019 Foundation course is designed for professionals seeking a deeper understanding of the governance and management of enterprise IT. This certification includes the five principles and seven enablers that form the basis of the COBIT business framework. Real-life scenarios and quizzes complement this COBIT training course.


If you’re working in audit and insurance, risk management, information security, regulatory and compliance, or governance of enterprise IT, then COBIT is your one-stop solution for mastering information technology. IT professionals such as auditors, IT managers, quality professionals, developers, process practitioners, and managers in IT service-providing firms or IT service-providing departments of any firm will find this COBIT certification course helpful in advancing their career.


No formal qualification is required to take this COBIT training online course or complete the exam, other than the experience and knowledge of IT service-providing firms or IT service-providing departments of any firm.

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Course Syllabus

Lesson 01 Course Introduction

1.1 Course Introduction
1.2 Learning Objectives
1.3 Enterprise Governance of IT
1.4 Benefits of IT Governance
1.5 COBIT as an IT Framework
1.6 Intended Audience
1.7 What is Cobit and what it is not
1.8 Cobit 5 VS C bit 19
1.9 Cobit and Other Standards

Lesson 02 Principles

2.1 Learning Objective
2.2 Governance System Principle
2.3 Governance Framework Principles
2.4 Key Takeaways

Lesson 03 Governance Systems and Components

3.1 Learning Objectives
3.2 Overview and Product Architecture
3.3 Government and Management Objective
3.4 Components
3.5 Focus Areas
3.6 Design Factors
3.7 Goals Cascade
3.8 Summary and Key Takeaways

Lesson 04 Governance and Management Objectives

4.1 Learning Objectives
4.2 COBIT Core Model
4.3 Governance and Management Objective Description
4.4 Design High Level Information
4.5 Goals Cascade
4.6 Summary and key Takeaway

Lesson 05 Performance Management

5.1 Learning Objectives
5.2 Performance Management definition and Principles
5.3 Performance Management Overview
5.4 Capability and Maturity
5.5 Manage Performance of Processors
5.6 Summary and Key Takeaways

Lesson 06 Designing a Tailored Governance System

6.1 Learning Objectives
6.2 Impact of design Factors
6.3 Designing a Tailored System
6.4 Summary and Key Takeaways

Lesson 07 Business Case

7.1 Learning Objectives
7.2 Business Case Introduction
7.3 Business Case Component
7.4 Summary and Key Takeaway

Lesson 08 Implementation

8.1 Learning Objectives
8.2 Implementation Guide
8.3 Design and Implementation Guide Relationship
8.4 Summary and Key Takeaways

Lesson 09 Foundation Exam

9.1 Foundation Exam

Who this course is for:

  1. Senior Managers
  2. GRC Manager
  3. Business Managers
  4. IT Consultant,
  5. IT Managers
  6. Solutions Architect
  7. Assurance Providers
  8. Program Manager
  9. Risk Management professionals
  10. Security and Compliance professionals
  11. Advisor
  12. Regulators
  13. Business Consultant
  14. Governance Professionals


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  • Learn from industry expert instructors
  • Assessment quizzes and monitor progress
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  • Blended Learning with Virtual Classes
  • Access to new courses every quarter
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee

You Will Get Certification After Completetion This Course.

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