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Information management and data modelling

Information management and data modelling are powerful tools for improving your company data. They give you insight and clarity on the level of the domain, the information architecture and even the combined concepts that define it.

Inschrijvingsvoorwaarden
  • Training type

    E-learning

  • Duration of training

    1 day

  • Available languages
    EN 
  • Training code

    DL1882E

What do you learn?

  • You know how to determine the exact set of concepts for a project, define their relationship to each other and determine what data you want from them.
  • You have the skills to perform a successful data analysis. You visualise the data and its role in the organisation using a structured business approach.
  • You use dimensional modelling to structure a business intelligence database.
  • You see the bigger picture; the role data plays in programs and applications and its value to your business.

How does The Master Channel work?

Gain access to all the courses on The Master Channel. Register on this page and you’ll receive a message with a key. From the moment you use this key to create your account, you’ll have six months (easily extended) of access to The Master Channel. Find more information about The Master Channel here.

Target group

You are a business analyst, product owner or data architect. Alternatively, you may be involved in business or digital transformations with a desire to further your knowledge of information and data.

Required prior knowledge

This training course is taught in English; participants are required to have a suitable level of fluency. There are no other prerequisites.

Overview of the programme

  • A business-oriented approach to data modelling
    This module introduces you to a new data-modelling approach in which business people and subject matter experts—the people who actually serve the customer—are involved in building the models for programs and applications. They are the people who use the programs and applications, but as an analyst, you need to extract the relevant information from them and assist them in creating the models.   
  • Data-modelling case: Knowledge Inc.
    You employee the business-oriented approach to data modelling, following scripts to turn the case description for ‘Knowledge Inc.’ into a conceptual and logical model. You encounter every element of the approach, applying them to the Knowledge Inc. teaching company.
  • Dimensional-modelling fundamentals
    When companies want to use business intelligence to their advantage, they need a specific structure in their database; it needs to support complex data analysis approaches like aggregations, drill down, or slicing and dicing. A dimensional model is one way of solving this problem. In this course, you learn about the essentials of dimensional modelling.
  • Fundamentals of data modelling
    Data modelling is often used efficiently in many projects, from business analysis to software analysis and design. It is used to create representations, and to store, track and clearly define what is most important to a business. A particularly successful technique, the entity-relationship diagram, is the focus of this course.
  • Masterclass in data analytics
    Learn the smart, optimal approach to leveraging your business data. From data pre-processing to descriptive, predictive and social network analytics, you learn how to use new technologies to identify new opportunities and innovative business applications that deliver added value. The bigger picture is also examined, with economic, privacy and security challenges being discussed.
  • 10 data-modelling patterns
    After years of applying information modelling to real-life projects, you may recognise repetition in many aspects of these projects. This course teaches you how to apply ten of these practical data-modelling patterns.