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Ashford Global IT Instructors Have an ITIL Foundation Certification Exam Pass Rate of More Than 95%

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This certification test is among the most important exams for which Ashford Global prepares its students, and the mastery displayed by the company's instructors serves as a resounding argument for the efficacy of its training services.

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ORLANDO, FL, June 03, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Ashford Global IT, an Orlando-based firm that offers onsite and virtual IT training courses for individuals and corporations across North America and beyond, is excited to announce that its instructors have a 95% pass rate on the ITIL Foundation Certification Exam. This serves as a ringing endorsement for the quality of Ashford Global IT instructors and provides decision-makers with the confidence necessary to entrust the company with a wide range of business training services.

As one of 20 ITIL courses that Ashford Global IT offers, "Foundation" provides a "detailed overview of ITIL core disciplines and uses a case study approach to understand how ITIL best practices contribute to overall business effectiveness and efficiency." The course is offered as an online or "self-paced" class and gives participating students unmatched access to Ashford Global IT teachers who understand the rigorous demands of the modern information economy.

The ITIL Foundation Certification course is a three-day introduction to the world of IT Lifecycle Management. In addition to a wealth of case studies that illustrate key concepts and objectives, the course offers all the resources that students need to successfully take and pass the ITIL Foundation Certification exit exam.

Ashford Global IT faculty leverage their mastery of core ITIL concepts to prepare their charges for this challenging evaluation. Students who wish to take more advanced ITIL Certification courses must pass the Foundation Certification exam.

Ashford Global IT believes in a culture of inclusiveness and mutual opportunity. As such, it imposes no prerequisites for this particular class and limits each class size to 25 or fewer students. Students receive course material that includes a syllabus, practice exam, case studies and classroom presentation material. On the last day of the course, students must complete a 40-question, closed-book exam in one hour or less.

According to the most recently available statistics, the general public's pass rate for the exam is 65 percent. This is 30 percentage points less than that of Ashford Global IT's certified ITIL instructors.

Ashford Global IT (AGIT) is a worldwide organization that specializes in delivering today's most in-demand business skills, IT and security courses. We also provide consulting services to businesses in need. Our course listing includes ITIL best practices training and certification, IT security courses, as well as many soft skills essential to businesses today.

Our courses are offered in a variety of ways to accommodate the needs of our clients. Training is provided onsite at the client's location, online (Virtual Instructor-Led) or at an AGIT facility (Open Enrollment). AGIT is headquartered in the Orlando, Florida, metropolitan area. Here at AGIT, we believe that classroom training should be informative, relatable, interesting, and most importantly, implementable in a real world business environment. Ashford Global IT is proud of its close relationships with wide range of clients and is expanding its market in the Southeastern U. S. Region. AGIT is becoming a major presence in the global IT training community.

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