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This unique accredited course provides you with the ideal opportunity to gain the knowledge and competence in the increasingly important field of software asset management (SAM). You will gain a thorough overview of the latest developments, techniques, processes and challenges in SAM; as well as a strong foundation in software licensing.
As well as providing invaluable insights into the various aspects of SAM, the course will prepare you to sit and pass the 1 hour examination, which is set and facilitated by AGMP, on the final afternoon of the schedule.
This course is closely aligned to the best practice methodologies of ITIL and ISO 19770, covering:
The training course will benefit anyone who is looking to gain a comprehensive understanding of all the key aspects of SAM, as well as those with responsibility for the management and control of software assets, including software licensing and compliance.
If you work or are looking to work in a regulated industry such as financial services, telecoms, energy and utilities, you will find this course of particular relevance and value.
The course is a mixture of traditional classroom training, syndicate exercises, mock exams and group discussions. There is a small amount of evening work needed to revise the comprehensive courseware notes.
This course was run from 14th February and 17th February 2022.
We run this course regularly throughout the year in a variety of locations (both in person and virtually), so if you’re unable to attend this one, keep an eye out for another opportunity in the future.
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