Candidates will learn how to manage software assets through the stages of their lifecycle, will learn about techniques and processes, and understand the interdependencies with other IT and service management processes.
No formal pre-requisites but candidates should have good knowledge of service management terminology and would benefit from having the ITIL® Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management
- Describe the objectives and major activities required to implement SAM within an organisation
- Explain and use SAM techniques and processes
- Be aware of the support tools and techniques available for the implementation of SAM and be able to indicate how possible improvements can be made
This course is based on the BCS Software Asset Management Essentials syllabus and prepares delegates for the BCS Software Asset Management Exam taken at the end of a classroom course or on-line if course completed as an Live Virtual Environment course. Successful candidates will be awarded the BCS Software Asset Management Foundation Certificate.
The exam is multi-choice. There are 40 questions to be completed in 60 minutes. The pass mark is 26 correct answers from 40 (65%)
This can be taken as a BCS Classroom Exam or online (EXIN on-line exam)