ITIL 4 Managing Professional Transition – You have time now!

ITIL 4 Managing Professional Transition 

When Does it Expire?

The ITIL 4 Managing Professional Transition (MPT) was released on October 3, 2019 and is set to expire in October 2020.

This means that you have about 6 months to transition to ITIL 4 Managing Professional (MP). If you do not transition your ITIL Expert to ITIL MP, you will have to take the three ITIL Specialist certifications and the ITIL Strategist for the ITIL MP status. 

 What is the ITIL 4 MPT?

The Managing Professional transition module is designed to allow ITIL v3 candidates who have already invested to easily transition across to ITIL 4. By taking this one course and one exam, they can gain the designation of ITIL 4 Managing Professional.

The transition module enables candidates to recognize their previous achievements while still gaining the up-to-date skills and knowledge needed to navigate the digital service economy.

To be eligible to take the ITIL 4 MPT, candidates should be an ITIL Expert or have a minimum of 17 of ITIL v3 credits. If you have earned 15 credits in ITIL v3, you are also able to supplement the final 2 credits with the ITIL 4 Foundation certificate.

For those who have not completed the necessary 17 credits in ITIL v3, Deltamine offers the ITIL 4 Fast Track to help you along.

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Pandemics and the Preventable Threats to Your Organization at the New York Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (NYACFE)

Pandemics and the Preventable Threats to Your Organization at the New York Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (NYACFE)

The NYCFE was pleased to welcome Managing Director for Deltamine, Allen Ureta, on April 29th as he presents:

 Title:  Pandemics and the Preventable Threats to Your Organization 

The current Coronavirus Crisis has shown us that the unexpected does happen and it can impact us swiftly.  The ability of people and organizations to endure the resulting social changes while adapting to new ways of working that better suits the new tomorrow is the basis of resilience and continuity. This session will discuss the development and use of risk scenarios to help counter these types of imminent risks and identify approaches to counter and remediate future events through business continuity planning. A discussion on the criminal opportunities made available through a vulnerable population will cover investment fraud, work-from-home fraud, government impersonation and fraudulent cures and equipment will be made.

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Love to mentor and support our local SJS FLL Robotics team!


Congratulations to both of Saint Joseph School’s robotics teams who competed in November 2019 in the First Lego League Regional Qualifying Tournament at Clifton High School. SJS Beta team qualified to move onto States competition in December and Alpha team won the Robot Design Award.

Deltamine is again proud to be one of the main sponsors for the SJS FLL Junior Ironmen Alpha team. Jessica Mine, Deltamine Founder and President, and Allen Ureta, head of Deltamine's Advisory arm, volunteered as the team’s mentors for their 2019 Fall season. It is part of our core values to encourage young people in the study of STEM and to actively contribute to our community. 

Sincere thanks to Fr. Konopelski and the Don Bosco Prep Robotics Team for use of their wonderful facility and support.

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