Data Governance


Data Governance

The Next Generation

It is no longer enough to have data base administration, data administration and data management. The proliferation and large growth of data in organizations today requires a much more comprehensive view of data. To manage this, the role of the Chief Data Officer has emerged and is rapidly growing.

This course is intended for people who want to put the ideas and concepts of data governance into effective use in their organizations. Data governance also requires a competent technological infrastructure for enablement.


A laptop or sharing of laptops is required to work on the exercises that are part of the workshop.

Certification Requirements

All course attendees must meet minimum testing standards including in-class exercises to receive certification (75% is the passing grade).

Benefits of attending

By attending this highly beneficial course, delegates will:

  • Explain the role of data governance and data management the organization
  • Understand the role of the Chief Data Officer and the impact on the organization
  • Specify a data governance approach for the business
  • Demonstrate effective use of standards and reference models
  • Define the relationship between data governance and data management
  • Apply key concepts of meta data management to enterprise data
  • Create a data governance plan with strategies

Who should attend

Who should attend

  • IT Managers
  • IT Professionals
  • Heads of IT
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Business Managers
  • Business Analysts

Your trainer

Meet your expert course trainer: Michael Miller

Michael Miller

Mr. Miller has over 35 years of IT experience primarily in banking, securities and insurance as well as experience in retail, telecommunications, petroleum, and pharmaceutical industries. He began his career in computer operations, programming and systems design, and then moving on to consulting roles in enterprise architecture, data management, and business intelligence.

Michael’s previous consulting roles include National Director of Enterprise Architecture and Business Intelligence, Executive Consultant CRM COE, and Principal – Management Consultant. He holds four master degrees (Business Administration, Project Management, Telecommunications Management and Information Systems Management) and has done over two years of doctoral work in Knowledge Management. He is a board member of the Data Management Association – Chicago Chapter, a Certified Business Process Management Professional (ABPMP), Certified LEAN Six Sigma Yellow Belt, and a Certified TOGAF Enterprise Architect.

A noted international speaker on Enterprise Architecture, Business Architecture, Data Governance, Data Warehouse and Metadata Repository development, Data Management and Corporate Taxonomies, he is presently a Global Information Architect for a major global bank.

KCI and the FEAC Institute

KCI and the FEAC Institute

Feac Institute

KCI (Knowledge Consultants Inc) is pleased to offer its certification program through the FEAC Institute expanded certification program. FEAC has a long history of providing independent certification oversight. Their university relationships with California State University and National University provide certified professionals with additional educational opportunities.

Since opening in 2002, FEAC™ their worldwide program has graduated over 1,400 Certified Enterprise Architects (CEAs) and trained over 1,500 in several other architecture disciplines. FEAC programs feature the best thought leaders and instructors in the field of enterprise architecture, including John Zachman, the creator of the Zachman Framework™, considered the father of Enterprise Architecture and author of numerous EA publications. Now, FEAC has expanded its certification to include related business disciplines that expand and enable the architecture perspective.

Certification Value

Value to the professional

  • It is a form of personal recognition and achievement
  • Industry surveys suggest that certified employees enjoy higher salaries
  • Provides for a degree of specialization that can increase marketability
  • Transfers useful knowledge in a short time

Value to the employer

  • Provides an assurance of a level of competence
  • Trains in specific skills that are applicable to work
  • Brings individuals and teams up to speed in a discipline rapidly
  • Cost effective way of upgrading a staff
  • Hands- on exercises provide skill training
  • Knowledge transfer from trainers with industry and management experience

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Team of 2 delegates: 5% discount
Team of 4 delegates: 10% discount
Team of 6 delegates: 15% discount


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