May 13, 2019 - 06:24 AM
May 13, 2019 - 06:50 AM
Depends on your budget and the appetite of your company to support your professional growth . I would say ITIL gives you an over all grounding but in a larger field of ITAM and service delivery and is always a good qualification to get.
The ITAM review do some qualifications as well based on the 12-box model, I enjoyed it depends on your maturity.
The IAITAM qualifications are now well recognised in the UK and they will get you a lot more notice from recruiters but with them there is no good or bad course, start with CHAMP but CITAD is good if you have a larger input to hardware but like you said CHAMP would be a better start before the CITAD.
I would also say do one a year to keep your certs up to date but also spread your qualifications so that you get more breadth and insights on how different organisations approach SAM/ITAM.
But no qualification is a replacement for experience.