ITIL Certification Exam and Qualifications
Welcome to the world of the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL)!
In a nutshell, ITIL provides detailed approaches to a number of important IT practices
which technology organizations across the globe rely on. The most fundamental method
of demonstrating your own understanding of ITIL is by achieving the ITIL Foundation
Since the early 2000s, the ITIL Foundation certification has grown to become one
of the most sought after and internationally recognized management credentials available;
consistently ranking in the top 5 industry certifications across IT career surveys.
The complete set of advanced ITIL certifications, known as the ITIL Qualification
Scheme, is displayed below. This information can be viewed in its entirety on
ITIL's official website.
ITIL certifications are available at the Foundation, Intermediate, and Expert, and
Master levels. Attaining the ITIL Foundation certificate is required prior to acquisition
of other ITIL certifications. ITIL Prime provides test preparation content covering the
area of the ITIL Foundation exam.
The ITIL Foundation exam covers material from all five ITIL core volumes. ITIL Prime
maintains ITIL mock exams and practice tests which cover the new areas addressed by ITIL.
ITIL Foundation Exam Format
- There are 40 total multiple choice questions which make up the ITIL Foundation exam
- Individuals have 1 hour to complete the exam
- The exam is closed book and requires a passing score of 65% or greater.
- Many Examination Institutes (EIs) administer the ITIL Foundation exam, including
EXIN, ISEB, AXELOS, Loyalist Certification Services (LCS), and PEOPLECERT.
Our ITIL practice exams reflect ITIL subject areas outlined in the latest official
ITIL Syllabus as of December 2018 and reflect all 5 ITIL Core volumes (Service Strategy,
Service Design, Service Transition, Service Operation, and Continual Service Improvement).
ITIL Foundation syllabus topics
- Service Management as a Practice
- The ITIL Service Lifecycle
- Generic Concepts and Definitions
- Key Principles and Models
- Selected Processes
- Selected Functions
- Selected Roles
- Technology and Architecture
ITIL adopts a service lifecycle approach to IT management. With ITIL, the
framework is comprised of five core volumes which describe the approach.
ITIL Core volumes
- Service Strategy
- Service Design
- Service Transition
- Service Operation
- Continual Service Improvement