The IAITAM Foundation course is designed to impart an extensive overview of IT Asset Management (ITAM) best practices and processes. This will include:
On completion there is the Certified Asset Management Professional (CAMP) examination.
The syllabus for the course is available here.
This foundation course is recommended for anyone who manages or is responsible for an IT Asset Management program.
This should include:
Non New Zealand residents must apply the Promotional Code " NONNZRES " to remove the Goods and Services Tax from the course fee during the registration process. GST applies only to New Zealand residents
Up to 25 attendees
This course will run from:
1. 9am to 4pm NZT over 2 consecutive days, or
2. 7pm to 11pm NZT over 4 consecutive days.
There are no additional accessibility features provided with this course
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There are no prerequisites for this course
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