Training

To stay relevant in this industry, you need cross functional skills. It’s no longer relevant to know one discipline, it’s also necessary to add value to other job functions as well.

Managing information assets requires a multidisciplinary approach. Those who work with information assets need to be able to see the whole picture and understand where IT, records management, and business analysis meet.

To do this we utilize integrative learning – training and education that connects the different branches of information governance. Our training program is designed to facilitate knowledge transfer between disciplines. By incorporating the lessons learned and the strengths of each profession, we’re building a more robust model fit for today’s digital environment.

Training is available as scheduled courses depending on local demand or as corporate engagements.

Our training courses include:

Taxonomy Development for Information Governance

“For some folk, taxonomies are just a bunch of words. Good quality taxonomies, however, provide the logic, the rules and the standards needed to manage your information assets. They enable users to analyse, navigate, find, organise, arrange, manage and dispose of...

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BRICKS Systems Workshop

Making a commitment to manage the lifecycle of records and information properly is not the same thing as doing it. For your information systems to operate like clockwork, you need well regulated systems built on sound...

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BRICKS Strategy Workshop

Making a commitment to manage the lifecycle of records and information properly is not the same thing as doing it. For your information systems to operate like clockwork, you need well regulated systems built on sound...

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BRICKS Development Workshop

Making a commitment to manage the lifecycle of records and information properly is not the same thing as doing it. For your information systems to operate like clockwork, you need well regulated systems built on sound...

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