Information Management Diploma
One of the fastest growing sectors in the global economy is the Information management industry. Given the rate at which various organizations need professional individuals that are knowledgeable in managing information. For a business to be successful, it needs the right blend of genuine information systems and management strategies that are proven. Developing these information management systems will require a wide range communication between business managers, Information managers, and end-users.
This City Business School diploma course in Information Management will explain to participants how Information management plays an important role in the structure and control of a modern business. This course will provide learners with an excellent grasp of the capability, effects, and functionality of various information systems that need to be managed and implemented. This diploma course is ideal for professional managers who wish to gain an in-depth knowledge of Information management in a modern organization. The course is also ideal for any individual who would like to learn about the central role of Information management in today’s workplace.
This Diploma course presents a wide range knowledge of the concepts of Information management. This course provides students with the concepts of information technology, principles of information and management principles, and develops further knowledge and understanding of various areas within the information management. The aim of the diploma in Information management is to produce hybrid business managers who are proficient in both the technical aspects of Information systems and the management aspects of a business enterprise.
At the end of this diploma course, you will be awarded a Diploma in Information Management, and will also be able to:
Maintain staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees; developing personal growth opportunities.
Maintain safe and healthy working environment by establishing and enforcing organization standards.
Sustain information management systems results by defining, delivering, and supporting information systems; auditing application of systems.
Enhance information systems results by identifying opportunities in information systems and developing application strategies.
Safeguard assets by planning and implementing disaster recovery and back-up procedures and information security and control structures.
Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.