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COBIT® 5 Foundation Course Features

24 Hours of Instructor Led Training 

Certified and Experienced Instructors 

Session recording access

Study materials and exam prep questions 

Practice Questions 


Learning Objectives of COBIT® 5 Foundation Certification 


Obtaining the Foundation level demonstrates basic knowledge and understanding of the COBIT 5 guidance, principles and models. Candidates will be able to: 

  • Gain a holistic understanding of the governance and management of an organisation’s internal information systems and technology 

  • Provide top management with an overview of current IT enterprise findings, identifying key problem areas of improvement 

  •  Recommend improvements, by implementation aspects of COBIT 5 


Target Audience of COBIT® 5 Foundation Course 


COBIT 5 is aimed at organizations of all sizes and all sectors. It is ideal for professionals involved in assurance, security, risk, privacy/compliance and business leaders and stakeholders involved in or affected by governance and management of information and IT systems, such as: 

  • IT Manager 

  • IT Quality Professionals 

  • IT Auditors 

  • IT Consultants 

  • IT Developers 

  • IT Operational Management 

  • ΙT Business Leadership Management 

  • Managers in IT Service providing firms 


COBIT® 5 Foundation Exam and Certification information 


  • Duration: 40 minutes 
  • Number of Questions: 50 (Multiple Choice) 
  • Pass mark: 50% 
  • Open book: No 
  • Level: Foundation 
  • Languages: English, French, German, Latin Spanish, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil) 

Course Outline

1. Introduction to COBIT 5
  • New COBIT 5 Framework components and new process model 
  • COBIT Processes Reference Guide and new processes 
2. COBIT 5 Framework
  • Principles 
  • Drivers 
  • Architecture 
  • Goals Cascade 
  • Enablers 
  • Governance and Management 
  • Process Reference Model 
  • Implementation Guidance 
  • Process Capability Model 
  • Information Model 
  • Organizational Structures Model 
  • Skills and Competencies Model 
  • Principles and Policies Model 
  • Culture, Ethics and Behavior Model 
  • Service Capabilities Model 
3. COBIT 5 Process Reference Model
  • Process identification 
  • Process description 
  • Process purpose statement 
  • Goals cascade information IT-related goals 
  • Process goals and metrics 
  • RACI chart 
  • Detailed description of the process practices 
  • Practice title and description 
  • Practice inputs and outputs 
  • Process activities 
4. Processes Reference Model
  • Governance processes 

– Evaluate, Direct and Monitor 

  • Management processes 

– Align, Plan and Organize 

– Build, Acquire and Implement 

– Deliver, Service and Support 

– Monitor, Evaluate and Assure 

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