Training & Certifications


CGEIT is specifically developed for IT and business professionals who have a significant management, advisory, or assurance role relating to the governance of enterprise IT. CGEIT recognizes a wide range of professionals for their knowledge and application of enterprise IT governance principles and practices. As a CGEIT certified professional, you demonstrate that you are capable of bringing IT governance into an organization—that you grasp the complex subject holistically, and therefore, enhance value to the enterprise.


At the end of the program, the participants will be able to :

  1. Understand the frameworks of IT Governance
  2. Understand and apply strategic management
  3. Define and apply risk management to facilitate IT Governance
  4. Describe and apply resource and performance management

IT professionals interested in earning CGEIT certification. CGEIT is for IT professionals, risk professionals, business analysts, project manager and/or compliance professionals, who work towards evaluation and mitigation of risk, and who have job experience in risk identification, assessment and evaluation, risk response and monitoring and IS control design/monitoring and implementation/maintenance.


This program is 5 days of intensive training class.


Have a minimum five years of experience supporting the governance of an enterprise’s information technology. This experience can be achieved entirely through IT governance experience, or through a combination of IT governance experience and management experience.


At the end of the program, the participants will be assessed with CGEIT Exam.


CGEIT certification will be awarded upon successfully passing the exam from ISACA. Upon completion of this program, participants will be awarded with a certificate of completion from Multimatics and Certificate of Attendance from Informatics – Singapore.


  1. Define IT Governance
  2. Understand IT Governance principles and standards, including ISO 35800
  3. Define the CGEIT job practices for establishing an IT Governance Framework
  4. Understand characteristics of success
  5. Review current ITGI research on IT Governance Frameworks
  6. Recognizing governance implementation as a major change
  7. Apply Kotter’s eight stage approach to change
  8. Review the control practices and assurance steps for establishing IT Governance Framework
  1. Define the CGEIT job practices for strategic alignment and value delivery
  2. Understand enterprise mission, objectives, culture, economic and business environment
  3. Explain how structure, operational frameworks, systems, and culture can impact strategic alignment
  4. Follow strategic planning processes and techniques
  5. Review the value and risk drivers, control practices, and assurance steps for strategic alignment and value delivery
  6. Apply value governance and IT investment management best practices
  7. Define business case development
  8. Manage and report on the status of IT investments
  9. Exercise cost optimization
  10. Optimize solution and service delivery
  11. Understand enterprise architecture
  1. Define the CGEIT job practices for risk management
  2. Review enterprise frameworks, standards, and risk management practices
  3. Understand the strategic, program, project and operations levels Training Week –Governance of Enterprise IT©2012 ISACA. All rights reserved.
  4. Understand how the business objectives and goals should be considered to facilitate IT Governance
  5. Determine your enterprise’s risk appetite
  6. Review inherent threats regarding their enterprise
  7. Identify how to use IT resources to address risks, exposures and threats and mitigation
  8. Apply assessment methods, techniques and reporting
  9. Understand the value and risk drivers, control practices, and assurance steps
  1. Define the CGEIT job practices for resource management
  2. Review business and IT resource management practices
  3. Identify and analyze the required skill and technology mix for IT positions within your enterprise to facilitate IT Governance
  4. Understand human resource management, and apply outsourcing and off-shoring best practices
  5. Recognize business strengths and weaknesses that impact resource management, and apply strategies and planning techniques to correct and avoid issues
  6. Use various evaluation methods to determine sound resource management practices at your enterprise
  7. Understand the value and risk drivers, control practices, and assurance steps
  8. Define the CGEIT job practices for performance management
  9. Review performance management and IT governance implementation practices
  10. Identify strategy mapping and BSC principles
  11. Understand Maturity models and data collection techniques
  12. Apply continuous improvement methods
  13. Use measurement tools and techniques
  14. Understand the value and risk drivers, control practices, and assurance steps

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