The Art of Service today released their latest ITIL(R) v3 exam pass rates. Having the highest pass rates in the industry, plus thousands of satisfied clients from leading organizations makes it clear that The Art of Service is the only choice for any candidate looking to get their ITIL certifications.
Brisbane, Australia, August 17 2010 -In 2002 The Art of Service set out to create something as good as, or better than, classroom tutoring but with one crucial difference: it would be at a price that anyone could afford.
The learning system that was created allows students to prepare as much as they need, 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Ivanka Menken says: “We know what we’re doing: The Art of Service’s management team has been ITIL certified and active since 1992. We have trained thousands of candidates from organizations such as UPS, Nike, Intel, Apple, Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard, Google, IBM and many more. Our courses are fully accredited and formally recognized by EXIN, BCS, GCI, CSME and Loyalist Certification Services and are constantly updated based on the latest exam specifications and student feedback.”
Actual Proof of The Art of Service’s Track Record
1.The global pass rate for the most popular ITIL v3 intermediate course, SOA, is 72%. For exam candidates that have taken their Service Offerings and Agreements (ITIL v3 Intermediate SOA) course with The Art of Service it is an astounding 90%.
2.ITIL v3 Managers Bridge is 69% global, 80% for The Art of service candidates.
3.ITIL v3 Service Strategy is 71% global, 00% for The Art of service candidates.
4.ITIL v3 Service Design is 72%, 100% for The Art of service candidates.
5.ITIL v3 Service Transition is 59%, 75% for The Art of service candidates.
6.ITIL v3 CSI is 64%, 100% for The Art of service candidates.
7.ITIL v3 SO is 78%, 100% for The Art of service candidates.
8.ITIL v3 RCV is 77%, 93% for The Art of service candidates.
9.ITIL v3 PPO is 81%, 88% for The Art of service candidates.
10.ITIL v3 OSA is 77%, 92% for The Art of service candidates.
11.ITIL v3 MALC is 55%, 56% for The Art of service candidates.
12.ITIL v3 Foundation is 84%, 86% for The Art of service candidates.
13.ITIL v3 Foundation Bridge is 88%, 95% for The Art of service candidates.
The data demonstrates objectively that The Art of Service’s solution to get their clients ITIL certified (a) works, and (b) works better than anyone else’s.
Martin Buckley, Microsoft, USA says: “I looked around for a training provider for my ITIL v3 Managers Bridge – it was difficult. I called several providers who were claiming to offer training; when I probed on the name of the instructor, references, success rates – there was very little or in several cases no evidential data the course would deliver. My aims for training seemed quite simple – to learn; to network; to pass the exam. In the end I selected The Art of Service.
Why? Three reasons:
-they proudly show their pass rates on the front page:
-awareness and reputation
So how is the course so far? Simply excellent.”
Having the highest pass rates in the industry, plus thousands of satisfied clients from leading organizations makes it clear that The Art of Service is the only choice for any candidate wanting to get their ITIL certifications.
The Art of Service is the logical and most sensible solution for thousands of IT professionals and their organizations.
For more information on The Art of Service’s ITIL Certification Programs, visit http://store.theartofservice.com
About The Art of Service
Established in 2000, The Art of Service’s purpose is to educate IT professionals with certifications and in-demand skill sets to clients like UPS, Nike, McDonald’s, Walt Disney, Intel, Apple, FMC Technologies, Procter & Gamble, Schlumberger, Microsoft, IBM and Cisco Systems.
Over 200,000 people visit TheArtofService.com each year to get ideas, research courses, and to find the certification they need.