ITIL® Service Lifecycle - Managing Across the Lifecycle

Ready to take ITIL further? Get your ITIL Expert Qualification...

This is the final step in attaining an ITIL® Expert qualification. To achieve this examination you will need a broad understanding of the Service Lifecycle gained from the Intermediate modules.

You need a minimum of 17 ITIL® credits to be eligible to sit the MALC examination.


This is the final step in attaining an ITIL Expert qualification.  To achieve this examination you will need a broad understanding of the Service Lifecycle gained from the Intermediate modules.


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5 Days
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Special Instructions
Photographic ID is required to sit the examination (please see below )
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Purpose of this course

It is important, as an ITIL Expert, to understand how all of the phases within the ITIL framework impact on each other. MALC ties up all the phases of the lifecycle and allows experts to effectively manage a service from the time when that service is required, through to design, to the point at which it goes live.

Before finally thinking how to make it better.

Who is this course for

You must have 17+ credits attained from previous modules and the ITIL Foundation. MALC brings together the full essence of Lifecycle approaches to Service Management and consolidates the knowledge gained across the qualification scheme.

You will learn how to
  • Demonstrate and understanding of the core principles that underpin ITIL
  • Manage the phases and processes as a whole lifecycle rather than in isolation
  • Measure and demonstrate the value of implementing the lifecycle concept
  • Deliver services across the lifecycle
  • Organise for transitioning services
  • Carry-out toolset selection using best practice techniques
Benefits for your organisation

Having ITIL Experts within an organisation will increase the quality and value of any service and the productivity of their staff.  They will be able to demonstrate a high level of understanding and competency in service delivery across the lifecycle in any situation.

Benefits for you as an individual

You will learn about how the lifecycle approach can be used in order to manage services from inception to retirement and integrate processes to maximum effect.

If successful, you will obtain a widely recognised qualification - ITIL Expert.


Lifecycle Positioning and Transition
Looks at the relationship between Business and IT

Management of Strategic Change

Challenges and risks
Planning and defining scope
Budgeting and costing
Resource Planning
Quality and control
Customer Liaison
Termination of projects

Risk Management

How to identify risks
Risk evaluation
Risk control
Service provider risks
How to overcome risks with corrective actions
Contract and design risks
Operational and market risks

Managing the Planning and Implementation of IT Service Management

Activities associated during Plan, Do, Check, Act
How to successfully plan, organise, direct, control and evaluate
Policy Resistance
Effective communication

Understanding Organisational Challenges

How to deal challenges organisational structure and transition
Addressing confidentiality, integrity and availability of information
Addressing a balance in Service Operations

Service Assessment

Understand the value of measuring, monitoring and reporting
Service Portfolio Assessment across the whole Lifecycle
Business Perspective Improvement Model

Financial Management

How Financial Management contributes to the Service Lifecycle Operation
Basic principles of Service Economics

Technology and Implementation Considerations

Technology implementation as part of implementing service management process capabilities
Special technology functions and features related to Service Offerings and Agreement practices


Delegates must already have 17 credits accrued from the rest of the ITIL courses before attending this course.

Pre-course work required

28 hours of pre-course preparation is required, along with some evening work during the course.

More about the exam

Duration: 90 minutes

Day Taken: Final day of course

Exam Type: 8 complex multiple choice questions (closed book)

Pass Rate: 70% - 28/40


Additional Information:
Photographic ID is required to sit the exam, ideally a Passport or Driving License.

Exam results will come directly to you from PEOPLECERT.

Exam Fee

About the Lead Trainer

Adam has over 17 years’ experience in IT, training and consultation. He specialises in IT service management, knowing all things COBIT® and ITIL®. Adam always endeavours to put an innovative and engaging spin on his teaching and no two courses are ever the same.