ITpreneurs Webcast - Why ITIL Blended learning is the most optimal training path for individuals to achieve ITIL v3 certification

Top Quote ITpreneurs hosts webcast to explain why 'Blended learning' is the most effective learning method to achieve ITIL v3 Intermediate and Expert certification. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 08, 2010 - Rotterdam, Netherlands - ITpreneurs, a provider of IT Service Management (ITSM) training solutions, has announced the availability of a webcast entitled "Demystifying ITIL Blended Courses", presented by ITSM guru and ITIL Expert Marcel Foederer. This webcast explains what ITIL blended learning is all about and why it is the most learner-centric method for IT professionals who are considering ITIL v3 Intermediate or Expert certification.

    At the peak of its popularity, e-Learning was touted as the replacement for the traditional classroom for ITIL training. However, this has not happened because just like everyone else, IT professionals have individual learning styles and preferences. What's more, e-Learning as a single learning medium doesn't always meet training objectives faster or at lesser cost.

    Training organizations have become more practical in their approach to e-Learning, opting to combine this technology-based medium with the traditional forms of learning delivery, such as classroom instruction and text-based materials. Blended learning is the result of this combination.

    With more and more professionals and organizations choosing blended learning as their training method, it is important now more than ever to understand what blended learning is, as well as its benefits for both the individual as well as an organization.

    This webinar, hosted as part of the ITpreneurs thought-leadership series will provide valuable information related to:

    • The definition of an ITIL blended course
    • Blended learning compared to other methods (such as traditional classroom and pure e-Learning)
    • Who benefits most from ITIL blended courses
    • Why blended learning is the most learner-centric way of ITIL training

    The information presented in this webinar will enable professionals to decide if blended learning is right for their specific training needs depending on learning style and how much time is available for training.

    To view the webcast online, please click here

    Also, if you would like to read a supporting article, written by Marcel Foederer, entitled "Blended Learning - Buzzword or Breakthrough for ITIL Training", which answers the 5 most common questions around blended learning, please click here:

    About the Presenter
    Marcel Foederer

    As an experienced IT Service Management trainer, consultant and line manager, Marcel has performed strategic and tactical assignments in a wide variety of areas. He has extensive consulting expertise in advising organizations on IT Service Management, based on ITIL® best practices, and in the management of these initiatives to improve organizational and operational efficiencies and service delivery quality. Marcel excels as an experienced facilitator/trainer and is committed to the successful delivery of total solutions to his client base, achieved through respect for the management of change issues involved in the resulting integration of people, process and technology.

    About ITpreneurs
    ITpreneurs develops innovative learning and knowledge solutions for IT Best Practices. With expertise in key domains such as ITSM (ITIL, ISO/IEC 20000), IT governance (COBIT, TOGAF, Balanced Scorecards), Information Security (ISO/IEC 27001, SABSA), Process Improvement (SPICE, ISO/IEC 15504, Lean IT), and Project Management (PRINCE2, PMI, MSP), ITpreneurs provides guidance not just on disparate frameworks, but on integrated solutions. Learn more about us at

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