Information Architecture

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Duration: 4 Days

Prerequisites: CITA-F certification (highly recommended), lasa Associate Business Technology Strategy certification (mandatory)

Certification: CITA-A Certified Information Technology Architect Associate level, by lasa

Assessment: CIIA-A certification consists of two exams: BiSand Specialisation. The Information Specialisation exam is made up of 100 multiple-

choice questions to be proctored on the fourth day of this class. The passing grade is 70%.

Course Overview

The Iasa Information Architecture training is a platform from which participants develop specialist skills in information management encompassing the entire information lifecycle stack such as storage, retrieval, usage, integration, delivery, manipulation.

Information architects develop deep skills information as one of organisation’s key assets. They work in areas of presentation and information usage such as devices and interfaces as well as storage and retrieval. In addition, information architects are key partners and part of the internal integration. This course provides deep coverage of each of these areas.

Training Benefits

  • Manage information-related resources including storage, retrieval, delivery, classification and utilization of information to maximise shareholder values and support technology strategies.
  • Develop technical solutions that conform to both customer requirements and information development standards.
  • Design, build and manage information landscape that would dovetail with business objectives.
  • Develop, out of information and database components and their relationships, information taxonomical and ontological schemas in the context of technology software and infrastructure.
  • Artfully and scientifically shape information products, services and experiences to support reusability and retrievability of data within the enterprise.
  • Deliver business impacts and values centering on storage, retrieval, usage, presentation and design of information.
  • Perform Data Modelling, Practical Techniques and Application, and Data Profiling Techniques.

Student Endorsements

Ahmad Kahiruddin Mohd Yusof
Consultant Cardiologist, IJN, Malaysia
- KL 2016.03.28-31

“Good exposure on knowledge sharing. It will benefit me in developing information management.”

Norliza Jumeri
MAMPU, Malaysia
- KL 2016.03.28-31

“Refresh and increase my knowledge in this interesting subject. Will use as guidance to improve my work.”

Siti Baidura Sulaiman
Assistant Manager, IJN, Malaysia
- KL 2016.03.28-31

“Gained the insights of Information Architecture. Strategy and planning for us to move forward at work.”

Ho Chee Yan
DBA, Safeguard G4S Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
- KL 2016.03.28-31

“Good experience over this training. Try to apply to work, such as how to write biz case.”

Noor Amirah
Exec, IJN, Malaysia
- KL 2016.03.28-31

“Learned the value of information + how to manage, and how to apply in IJN’s current context.”

Rashidi Taub
Assistant Manager, IJN, Malaysia
- KL 2016.03.28-31

“Learned many new things!”

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