Monday, June 21, 2010

Green IT Fundamentals Foundation Certification Training

Plus GreenIT Pty Limited are offering "Green IT Fundamentals Foundation Certification Training" in Australia, starting with Canberra in mid July. The three day course costs AU$2,800.00 and is in association with the British Computer Society (BCS).

Professional Green IT courses were introduced to Australia in 2009 by the Australian Computer Society (one semester $1500) and are now also offered by Execom (2 days $2,295), the Australian National University (one semester $2400), Box Hill TAFE (short course $360.01) and Open Universities Australia (one semester $1,500.00).

The ACS, ANU and OUA are offering online e-learning courses (which I designed and teach) available worldwide, whereas the others are face-to-face small group classes. ACS, ANU and, to some extent Box Hill TAFE, share the same course content from my book "Green Technology Strategies: Using computers and telecommunications to reduce carbon emissions" (2009).

Key Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, you will learn:

  • What is Green IT
  • What is Green IT Policy
  • Benefits of Green IT Policy
  • Goals, scope and key activities in Green IT Management
  • Roles and responsibilities of process owners
  • How to bridge the gap between IT and business

Who should attend?

This course is suitable for all levels of personnel within your IT Service Delivery Organisation and will form a key component of your Green IT Policy.

How this course delivers value?

  • You will learn how to bridge the gap between IT and business.
  • They synergy between your Service Management processes and Green IT
  • Introduce the technology to support the Green IT Policy

Course fees includes refreshments, lunch, exam fees, course materials, mock exams ...

From: "Green IT Fundamentals Founcation Certification Training", Plus GreenIT Pty Limited, 2010

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