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Free University Short Course: Agile Data & Information Management @ IT Masters

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We’re excited to bring you our newest free short course, Agile Data & Information Management. Delivered by Brenton Burchmore, you’ll explore the stepping stones between how humans make agile decisions, how we interpret information through visualisation, and how information management systems can work to support it all.

Inside the big data spectrum lies the IT systems that collect, store, and manage it all - at the other end are the non-technical users who rely upon that data to make agile decisions every day. Somewhere in between, magic happens to get the right data into the right minds at the right time – this short course is all about that magic.

Discover how to make the magic happen no matter where your starting perspective may be. Beginning Wednesday 30th June at 7.30pm Sydney time, join us over 4 weeks to learn about:

  • Decision psychology
  • Agile management and decisions
  • Data visualisation
  • Information retrieval and agile reporting

Whether you’re a collector, caretaker, or consumer of business information - this course will have something for you.

Register at https://itmasters.edu.au/free-short-course-agile-data-info-m...

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  • +4 votes

    Thanks OP. Glad to see universities are getting free these days.

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    What sort of recognition do you get upon completing the 4week short course? Is it a grad cert?

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      You'd get a short course certificate, surely. 4 wks too short for grad cert

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      Masters IT, or Masters IT? MIT?

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        That MIT thingo is linked to Federation Uni, IT Masters is linked to Charles Sturt Uni.

    • +4 votes

      You get a course certificate for passing the course, but it’s not a grad certificate qualification.

      The site mentions you can use three short courses to get credit for one unit of postgraduate study, and you would need four units of postgrad study to get a graduate certificate.

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      Do I get a completion certificate if I complete the course?
      Yes — provided you receive a pass mark (50% or over) for the exam.

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    From the linked page:
    Do I get a completion certificate if I complete the course?
    Yes — provided you receive a pass mark (50% or over) for the exam.

    Will the course qualify me for university credit?
    Yes — successful completion of three or more of our short courses will qualify you for one credit for an industry elective subject in our postgraduate courses.

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    Doing a course in Business information Systems this popped up at the perfect time! Thanks OP!

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    Satoshi University :P

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    Will the webinars be recorded?

    Yes — all webinars are recorded and you will be able to access them, and all other free course materials, by registering for the course.

    👍🏻

  • +2 votes

    I’ve done some of Brenton Burchmore’s short courses before - he’s pretty switched on and his voice tone is easy on the ears.

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    Will I get a student ID?

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      I also want to know that! My gym allows students to have discounted prices. Doesn't need to be full time students, whoever has a current student card is fine.

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        Nah, because they barely know who you are. You only need a normal email address… no USI or physical address to sign up for these ones.

  • +2 votes

    Brenton is an excellent lecturer. I highly recommend.

  • +4 votes

    IT Masters 4 week short courses are fantastic as an introduction or refresher.
    They're not a replacement for an actual Uni course and the credit is only at CSU and depends on the course there.
    But if you pass the exam (not too hard if you're engaged during webinar) you do get a certificate and they attract a lot of people both new and already in the industry.
    Sessions are recorded, but you get more out of it if you attend live and you can follow and participate in the chat stream.
    And all at the low cost of 0$ ;)
    Highly recommended.

    Past student but no association.

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    Thanks. I signed up as this perfectly aligns with the start of my subject on big data management for my current uni course.