The COBIT 5 Assessor course provides a basis for assessing an enterprise’s process capabilities against the COBIT 5 Process Assessment Model (PAM). Evidence-based to enable a reliable, consistent and repeatable way to assess IT process capabilities, this model helps IT leaders gain C-level and board member buy-in for change and improvement initiatives.
Assessment results provide a determination of process capability. They can be used for process improvement, delivering value to the business, measuring the achievement of current or projected business goals, benchmarking, consistent reporting and organizational compliance
Following completion of the COBIT 5 Assessor course and examination, you will understand:
•How to perform a process capability assessment using the Assessor Guide: using COBIT 5.
•How to apply the Process Assessment Model (the PAM) in performing a process capability assessment. Specifically:
oTo use the Process Reference Model, in particular to be able to use the 37 processes outlined in the PRM.
oTo apply and analyse the measurement model in assessing process capability levels.
oTo apply and analyse the capability dimension using generic criteria outlined in the PAM.
•How to identify and assess the roles and responsibilities in the process capability assessment process.
•How to perform and assess the 7 steps outlined in the Assessor Guide. Specifically:
oInitiate a process assessment
oScope an assessment, using the tools provided and the PAM for the selection of the appropriate processes
oPlan & Brief the teams
oCollect & Validate the data
oDo a process attribute rating
oReport the findings of the assessment.
•How to use the self-assessment guide.
Successful Completion of the COBIT 5 Foundation Exam
COBIT 5 Certified Assessors are highly competent IT and business professionals who have been trained in performing COBIT-based IT process assessments and have experience in planning, building, running and/or monitoring IT processes. COBIT 5 Certified Assessors are able to provide reliable, consistent and repeatable assessments of IT process capabilities—which helps IT leaders gain C-level and board member buy-in for change and improvement initiatives.