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In today's rapidly changing information management industry, keeping your skills up-to-date isn't a luxury; it's a necessity. Our training courses cover all of the topics an information professional needs to know to be successful today.

What skills do you need to develop?

There are many reasons to seek skills development. Perhaps you’re working on a big project and need to skill up quickly. Maybe you just like to keep your knowledge fresh and up-to-date. Or you’re angling for that next raise or promotion.

Whatever your reason, AIIM has you covered with a variety of training courses that will teach you best practices, strategies, and tactics for absolutely everything that falls under the realm of Intelligent Information Management. Round out your skills and take your career to the next level.

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Foundations of Intelligent Information Management, Domain 4: How to Automate Governance and Compliance

In this course, we’ll show you how to develop an effective information governance framework. We’ll review strategies for identifying what information you have and how it’s used and managed. We’ll define personal and sensitive data and offer strategies for keeping it safe. We’ll introduce the idea of records management and the importance of the information lifecycle. And, we’ll provide strategies for ensuring access to digital information over time.

Implementing Information Management on SharePoint and Office 365

Delivering information management solutions on SharePoint can be challenging due to the variety of options and capabilities available inside the platform. In this course, you'll learn how to take your information management knowledge and apply it to SharePoint in ways that will make it easy to use today and adaptable to the needs of tomorrow. This course is ideal for anyone who needs to build information management solutions on SharePoint, whether you're an ECM expert with experience on another platform or brand new to information management.

Information Governance

Applying a paper paradigm to governance and compliance no longer works -- and it certainly doesn’t scale. Governance functions must now be automated and focus as much on defensible disposition as on retention, and as much on data extraction as data archiving.

Modern Records Management

The modern records manager is not an information steward but a business enabler. Learn the skills required for a records manager to play a critical role in accelerating business activities, enriching customer experiences, and improving operational agility. This training course will teach you how to capture records efficiently regardless of format, automate common records management risks, support privacy and eDiscovery requirements, implement a digital recordkeeping system, and more.

Practical AI for the Information Professional

Artificial Intelligence is no longer science fiction - it's here, and information professionals are using it to improve the way they work. This training course offers real-world use cases for this new technology in Information Management. You will learn how AI works, methods for implementing it, and how to select the right tools and vendors.

System and Information Inventory - Quick Study

The system and information inventory is one of the most important elements in gaining control of your organization's assets. Simply put, you need to know what you have before you can manage it.

Taxonomy and Metadata

As organizations get buried in terabytes or even petabytes of content and records, it is essential to apply structures - taxonomies - to find the crucial information within their holdings, bypassing the “chaff” to extract maximum value from their information assets.

Business Process Management - Quick Study

What exactly is Business Process Management (BPM)? This training course introduces Business Process Management as a concept and describes the key business drivers associated with BPM today.

Change Management - Quick Study

Today’s businesses are continuously challenged with the need to change. This course was developed to empower individuals to become change agents and guide their teams or organization through that change. You will learn a structured approach and the strategies, communication plans, and assessments needed to get executive buy-in and improve user adoption.

Electronic Records Management - Quick Study

What exactly is Electronic Records Management (ERM)? This training course introduces Electronic Records Management as a concept and describes the key business drivers associated with ERM today.

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