The COBIT 5 Assessor certification course is a practitioner-level training that focuses on how to apply the COBIT 5 Process Assessment Model (PAM) and how to analyse the results. This course provides methods to help guide implementation activities and is supported by several case studies.
Participants learn how to assess the current state of their Enterprise IT with the objective of scoping what aspects of COBIT® 5 would be appropriate to implement.
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. The target group of the COBIT 5 Assessor certification includes, but is not restricted to:
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.
Candidates wishing to be trained and examined for this qualification must already hold the COBIT 5 Foundation Certificate which must be presented as documentary evidence to gain admission. It is recommended that candidates have some prior experience with areas of governance of IT.
The classroom training is delivered in varying formats and training includes lecture and interactive sessions where the instructor covers each knowledge area and follows it up through a discussion session and hands-on exercises to reinforce the knowledge imparted. Accredited courseware will be provided as classroom handouts (hard copy) which include:
The course is assignment based, with practical coursework and is based upon the latest edition of ISACA's globally accepted COBIT® 5 framework and prepares delegates for the COBIT® 5 Assessor certificate examination.
|Exam||: Open book (COBIT Manuals), supervised ; online / paper|
|Time||: 150 minutes|
|Type||: Multiple choice, scenario-based|
|Pass Score||: 20/40 or 50%|