The COBIT® 5 Assessor 3-day certification course is practitioner-level training that focuses on how to apply the COBIT 5 Process Assessment Model (PAM) and how to analyse the results. The assessment results provide a determination of process capability and can be used for process improvement, delivering value to the business, measuring the achievement of current or projected business goals, benchmarking, consistent reporting and organisational compliance.
Upon successful completion of the Assessor course and exam and upon meeting specific knowledge requirements, candidates are able to apply to ISACA to be designated as a COBIT Certified Assessor. This designation is the only globally accepted certification for COBIT assessors. COBIT 5 Certified Assessors are highly competent IT and business professionals who have been trained in performing COBIT-based IT process assessments and have experience in planning, building, running and/or monitoring IT processes. COBIT 5 Certified Assessors are able to provide reliable, consistent and repeatable assessments of IT process capabilities—which helps IT leaders gain C-level and board member buy-in for change and improvement initiatives.
This course will be presented by David Llewellyn Jones (DLJ), Lead Trainer for COBIT and Head of Professional Services at ALC Group. With more than 25 years experience in the IT industry, focussing on strategy, governance and IT services, DLJ is one of the foremost authorities on COBIT in the Asia-Pacific region.
DLJ presented the very first COBIT 5 training programs in Australia in early 2012 and is the first in Australia (and Asia-Pacific) to be accredited for COBIT 5 Assessor and COBIT 5 Implementation.
Face-to-face classroom training
Participants should have experience in the IT governance domain and have attained the COBIT 5 Foundation Certificate.
The official COBIT 5 Assessor exam is included as part of the course. The exam consists of 80 multiple-choice questions covering all areas of the COBIT 5 Assessor syllabus, to be answered in 2 hours 30 minutes (or 3 hours 10 minutes for non-native English speakers). This is an open book exam. The required pass mark is 50% or 40 correct answers. The exam takes place immediately at the end of the course.