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Your title mentions ITIL training, while your question talks about ITIL certification. Training and certification are not the same thing. You may find some benefit from the training, while the certification may provide little to no value. To examine the training aspect, look at what you will learn during any classes, look at the syllabus, etc. Decide if ...
The CA who signed the certificate ought to be in the browser's list of trusted CA's; otherwise, the browser may report a problem or even prevent you from reaching the site. As I understand it, a wildcarded CA is wildcarded relative to a subdomain. You should verify that it does in fact work with every applicable subdomain. (You can do that by testing ...
The following thread includes discussions regarding the value of certifications in the software testing profession in general: Do ISTQB/ISEB Testing Certificates prove someone can test? It doesn't answer your specific question regarding ITIL certification, but should be pretty informative.
The worth of the certification depends totally on your environment. It's definitely possible to do good quality assurance or testing without the certificate. On the otherhand, knowing more about IT services doesn't hurt, but if taking the course means that you can't participate in some other course, I think you can find better choices. Finally, when looking ...
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