Intermediate Data Management, Governance And Stewardship

This is an intermediate level course on the application of data management, governance and stewardship intended for individuals who work with or interact with data in their work environment. The objective of the course is to provide students with a hands on understanding of how the concepts of data governance are implemented as specific data stewardship activities in the various data management subject areas. The course also explores how these activities relate to students’ own day to day responsibilities and activities.
Students should have PT21886 Introduction to Data Management, Governance And Stewardship or equivalent knowledge.
1 Day/Lecture & Lab
This course is appropriate for anyone who works with data but is specifically intended for those who have to implement or assess data stewardship activities in their area of responsibility with respect to enterprise data governance, stewardship and management.
Students explore in depth how data governance policies are implemented as stewardship activities in the data management dimensions of:
  • Data architecture management
  • Data quality management
  • Data development and lifecycle process management
  • Database operations, data warehouse and business intelligence management
  • Data tools and application management
  • Meta-data management
  • Document and content management
  • Reference and master data management
  • Data security management
The focus of the course material is not on the technical details of how to perform specific data management activities but instead how to implement data stewardship for these activities to ensure they align with the enterprise data governance. This includes designing and developing stewardship activities where necessary in their own environment. This course can be customized to include client specific governance, management and stewardship policies, procedures and activities.

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