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Want to teach your own ITIL® classes for your co-workers or clients?  Based on the book "Foundations of IT Service Management with ITIL 2011", instructor resources are now available.

Many organizations don't require certification training.  They simply want to better understand the concepts provided by the IT Infrastructure Library®.  This is an opportunity for you to meet their needs by conducting your own training classes.  Using the book "Foundations of IT Service Management - the Unofficial ITIL® v3 Foundations Course in a Book", along with the presentation slides, you have the material you need to conduct your own classes.

Does the organziation require certification?  Certification exams are available to the public through organizations such as Thompson Prometric, Pearson VUE and Loyalist Certification Services.  You can use these services to promote an ITIL® certification course.

A partial list of others using our material include:


Missouri State University

Otago Polytechnic (New Zealand)

IT University (Mexico)

Virginia Commonwealth University

Western Governors University

Sentry Insurance

Catholic University of America

Naresuan University (Thailand)

Send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. get access to the Instructor material today! If you are already set up as an instructor, you can in access it in our instructor downloads section.

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