Wednesday, 10 February 2010

Time for some professional development.....

I have not done a AIIM course since early last year, so I just signed up for Enterprise 2.0 Practitioner . You can find details here on the AIIM site: http://www.aiim.org/Education/E2.0-Enterprise-Web-2.0-Training-Courses.aspx

However, a quick copy and paste of the course outline is below for your information:

The E2.0 Practitioner Certificate program covers the concepts and technologies of Enterprise 2.0. During this course you will learn about wikis; blogs; social networking; feeds; search; tagging; folksonomies; ratings/reviews; mashups; collaboration; and worker models.

Learn:

  • How to position Enterprise 2.0 in relationship to IM, BI, KM and Web 2.0
  • Enterprise 2.0 technologies
  • Enterprise 2.0 frameworks and concepts
  • Worker Model for Enterprise 2.0
  • Business drivers for Enterprise 2.0
  • Evolution and definition of Enterprise 2.0 technologies – Enterprise 1.0: email, forums, chat rooms, bulletin boards, web/tele/videoconferencing, and static web
  • Evolution and definition of Enterprise 2.0 technologies – Enterprise 1.5: web services, IM, SMS, collaboration filtering, social networking, social networking analysis, portals, and dynamic web
  • Evolution and definition of Enterprise 2.0 technologies – Enterprise 2.0: participate web, tagging, mashups, blogs, wikis, feeds, podcasting, and social voting, bookmarking and ranking
  • An overview of Enterprise 2.0 extensions
  • State of the Enterprise 2.0 market
I have always found the AIIM elearning to be good, so I am sure this will be too. I will report back once I have completed the course. I may then go straight into the 'Specialist' course. Lots of certification logos for the side of the blog !

2 comments:

Nick said...

Hi Jed, I'd be interested in hearing your feedback on the AIIM course. Long ago I took the AIIM ECM Practitioner course (and was interviewed about it afterwards - http://www.aiim.org/ResourceCenter/Archive/Article.aspx?ID=29342) and found it very useful, however looking at the course outline you posted, I wonder how much of the AIIM material is truly insightful compared to what you could find freely available on the Web.

Good luck!
Nick

patrick said...

Here is another good site I said I would pass along.
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