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Date: 18 August
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Recurring: Multiple Locations
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Venue

Cliftons Canberra

10 Moore Street
Canberra, ACT 2601 Australia

Phone:

02 6112 0999

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Schedule

  • Registration: 8.30 am
  • Workshop start: 9.00 pm
  • Workshop close: 5.00 pm
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Testimonials

Steve Hoberman – Data Modelling Masterclass – It was structured very well with good exercises to help understand new concepts. Policy Officer

Steve Hoberman – Data Modelling Masterclass – Quality Presentation Steve is super approachable and excellent at guiding attendees. Programme Reporting Manager

Steve Hoberman, Data Modelling Masterclass Great content and speaker. Very useful practical knowledge for my work. – BI Developer

Steve Hoberman – Advanced Data Modelling Challenge – Simple, clear, succinct. Assistant Director

Steve Hoberman – Advanced Data Modelling Challenge  – Definitely learnt more on abstracting. Data Officer

Peter Aiken – Evolving your Information Architecture  -Excellent content and delivery. Wonderful work. Information Architect

Peter Aiken – Evolving your Information Architecture – Peter is an engaging and effective presenter with wide experience, which he shares. Also a good networking opportunity. Senior Information Governance Officer

Evolving your Information Architecture by Peter Aiken – Extraordinary.  Design & Data Scientist

Lloyd Robinson, Data Management Overview It was great.  I learnt a lot. – Program Coordinator

Lloyd Robinson, Data Management Overview – “Lloyd is great presenter and managed to sustain our interest throughout the day”, Data Management Team Coordinator

Lloyd Robinson, Practical Data Governance “Good detail and notes” Data Management Team Member

Lloyd Robinson, Practical Data Governance Thoroughly enjoyed the course. Very relevant it my work, even the case studies – Business Manager, Analysis & Reporting in Team

Lloyd Robinson Data management Overview – “I work in a different area but the course was useful for understanding data management concepts. Something to look into for career development”, Reporting Officer

Practical Data Quality One Day Workshops

Data management is an emerging discipline, without a mature definition, scope and purpose. The International Data Management Association (DAMA International®) has put together a complete Data Management Body of Knowledge® to define this discipline. This course introduces each function using immediately usable insights and exercises. The course prepares attendees for DAMA International’s Certified Data Management Professional® (CDMP®) Associate certification.

The course covers:

  • What is Data Quality vs Data Quality Management and why does it matter?
  • The Data Quality Reference Model, including architecture and processes
  • Diagnosing Quality problems
  • Writing business case studies and exercises
  • Getting started and sustaining Data Quality Initiative
  • The DAMA dimensions of Data Quality, plus alternative views on Data Quality dimensions
  • The relationship between Data Quality, Data Governance and the other Information Disciples
  • Starting and sustaining a Data Quality initiative: steps for achieving Data Quality
  • The roles, responsibilities and activities involved in establishing successful Data Quality

 What others are saying about this course:

Very Informative and collabative introduction to data quality – Rachel, Graduate Data Officer

I liked that there were a lot of exercises – Roslyn, Administrator

About Robinson Ryan

We deliver world class education and training on Data Management, Data Modelling and related topics, covering a wide variety of needs from detailed practitioner training to executive seminars. Our courses are designed by our senior consultants, certified in data management, with extensive adult education experience.

This course is also offered in other locations:

MELBOURNE

SYDNEY

BRISBANE

CANBERRA

ADELAIDE

Presenters

Lloyd Robinson

Lloyd has over 20 years of practical experience across strategic, architecture consulting and line management roles up to direct responsibility for a $50 million budget. He enables practical improvements to business and project execution across financial services, utilities, education and government.

Critical to his approach is not only his ability to “shape” a solution, but also the team and organisation to deliver it. He has worked across four continents including multilingual environments. He is trained in Benefits Management, ITIL, Enterprise Architecture, Program Management, Training and Counselling.

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