Hi GKD, not surprisingly I don't have anything offical on the IT side (other than very old Institute of Data Processing Parts I & II) but I do know that the employers I speak to are increasingly looking for ITIL, and rather than specific systems they seem to like project management skills, or Prince II certification.
But that just may be the type of people I deal with!
I have some (Time to show off
From the least prestigious to the most:
* Some hardware qualification (I think is called A Pluse or something like that)
* CNA (Novell netware)
* MCSE+I (Windows NT4)
* MCSE (Windows 2000)
* BSc computing and Psychology.
* MSc Internet Technologies (But never completed this, did not hand in my dissertation
ITIL (the IT Infrastructure Library) is essentially a series of documents that are used to aid the implementation of a lifecycle framework for IT Service Management. This customisable framework defines how Service Management is applied within an organisation. It also aligned with the international standard, ISO 20000.