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ITIL® Managing Professional Transition Module Q&A

Duration 45 minutes
Host(s) Marcel Foederer & Zafira

The ITIL Managing Professional Transition Module is designed to allow ITIL v3 candidates to transition across to ITIL 4 and covers the key elements of the four modules in the ITIL 4 Managing Professional stream.

We invite you to our special ITIL Managing Professional Q& A Webinar. In this webinar, we will explain what the ITIL Managing Professional Transition Module is, how candidates qualify and how we design our courseware for this module.

During this webinar, there will also be time for you to ask us any questions you have regarding the ITIL Managing Professional Transition Module.

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About the host

Marcel Foederer
Master Trainer at ITpreneurs and ITIL 4 Lead Architect

As an IT Service Management trainer, consultant and line manager with over 25 years of experience in IT, Marcel has performed strategic and tactical assignments in a wide variety of areas. For the ITIL 4 update, Marcel has been part of the ITIL 4 Lead Architect Team and Review Team at AXELOS. Through his association with AXELOS, Marcel comprehends the background, the architecture, and the underlying reasons of the ITIL 4 update.

Zafira van Berkel
Business Development Manager at ITpreneurs

Experienced and highly effective Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the online platforms and food & beverage industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Sales, International Business, Communication, and International Relations. Strong professional with a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) focused on International Business.

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