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    Thank you for providing ITIL course for free.
    Unfortunately, the instructor is not that competent. For example, he explained RACI as Responsible, Approver, Consulted, and Implementer. How come an ITIL Subject Matter Expert does not know that it is Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, and Informed.
    I do recommend the following:
    1. Check the material in the website.
    2. Allow users to rate and comment on each course and each video.

    Thank you again for your excellent website.






    As with all research it is advisable to conduct analysis fromantic multiple sources. Thanks for the reminder though.



    I have looked at intro and this appears to be very good course.
    Instructor very easy to understand.
    This is shortest itil foundation course that I have seen.
    Others seem to be about 7 hours.
    So, since this is about 2 1/2 hours will be easier to slide this course into busy schedule.
    Think this will be quickest way to get a grasp of the fundamental concepts.
    Thanks for making this available. Good work!!!



    This is a brilliant initiative. I understood ITIL fundamental for the first time.
    I should make my donation fast.

    Thank you Cybrary!

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