Download the course agenda.
ISACA Northern England Chapter is
running a full day training course; ‘An Introduction to COBIT 5’
in three locations.
An Introduction to COBIT 5, a one
day, participative training course; learn how to effectively
implement COBIT 5 in your organisation. The cost of the course
is £50, which includes lunch and other refreshments. The course
attracts 5 CPEs.
After completing this training
course, you will be able to:
Discuss how IT management
issues affect organisations
Understand the principles of
the Governance of Enterprise IT and explain the differences
between management and governance
Assess how the COBIT 5
Processes help guide the creation of the five basic
Principles and the seven Governance and Management Enablers
Discuss the COBIT 5 Enabler
Guide, including the Goals Cascade and the Process Reference
Describe the basics of how to
implement COBIT 5
Understand the differences
between COBIT 4.1 and COBIT 5 and what to consider when
Explain the benefits of using
List the training, products
and support ISACA provides for COBIT 5
The course is open to ISACA
Northern England Chapter members only.
Poole is Head of Business Consultancy at Sapphire,
responsible a team of business consultants dealing with Information
Governance, Information Security Management best practice standards and
associated areas (ISO27000 series; IT Continuity Management; ITIL; COBIT;
2011, Vernon was awarded with the John Kuyers Best Speaker/Conference
Contributor Award for 2011. The award recognises individuals for major
contributions in the development of ISACA global conference(s) and/or
outstanding speaking achievements.
The booking process is to
express an interest via the Chapter website; this will not guarantee
your place, as places are limited to 25 per day. If we have more
than 25 expressions of interest for each event, we will look to
arrange additional dates to meet demand. We are running sessions in
Newcastle, Manchester and Leeds; please book for your preferred
Closing date for expressions of an
interest is Friday 4th January. If you have been successful, you
will be notified by 10th January 2013. However, your place will not
be guaranteed until we receive payment. Payment can be made by
cheque or bank transfer.
Upon receipt of payment you will be
sent an admission “ticket” which will allow permit entrance to the
If you are not initially successful,
you will be notified and put onto a waiting list.
each location will be available closer to the events.
will carry a £50 charge to ISACA members.
normally restricted to Chapter members, unless otherwise stated.
may only attend at the discretion of the Chapter Board.
forward all enquiries to "events @ isaca.org.uk"