BCS FCGIT : Foundation Certificate in Green IT Exam
The purpose of the BCS FCGIT: Foundation Certificate in Green IT is to certify that a candidate has acquired the knowledge of terminology, an understanding of key concepts and has comprehended the best practice principles of 'Green IT'. With green practices becoming more commonplace, this is a valuable certification have. The exam number for this test is FCGIT.
The BCS FCGIT exam will have a range of 40 questions, which will be presented in a multiple choice format. A candidate will be provided with 60 minutes in which to complete the exam. In order to pass the exam and achieve the associated certification, a candidate is going to need to obtain a minimum passing score of 65%.
There are a number of topics that will be covered on the BCS FCGIT exam, including establishing a Green IT Policy, establishing a Green IT Action Plan, concepts and techniques for internal assessment, the risks and benefits of Green IT, the techniques and technologies available to enable Green IT, and the roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders.
There are no formal prerequisites for the taking of this exam; however, it is recommended that a candidate have a basic knowledge of IT skills and the appropriate level of knowledge and experience to meet the requirements of this exam.