January 19, 2018 Join us with Andrew Ysasi, MS, CRM, FIP, CIPM, CIPP, CISM, PMP, IGP as he conducts a workshop on how to evaluate the skills needed to implement Information Governance. The second half of his presentation will focus on certifications and what you should pursue in advancing your careers in Records Management.
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Skills Old and New: Use Your RIM Skills to Build a Career in IG – With the concept of IG starting to take hold in organizations, how do you position yourself as a key IG player? How do you position your staff as IG players if you are at the end of your career? Andrew will cover some of the skills RIM professionals used to build successful RIM programs, and what skills are or may be required in the future to build successful IG programs. Agenda topics that will be covered is a basic overview of IG, traditional skills, new skills, future skills, and setting a plan for success.
The Alphabet Soup of RIM Certifications – Ever wonder what certifications to pursue? Are you considering going back to college or sending your staff to college, but you are unsure on what programs to consider? Andrew will explore relevant and popular IG certifications such as CRM, IGP, CIP, CEDS, and others. He will explore details about acquiring the certification and their difficulty level. Further, Andrew will discuss college programs that exist for RIM professionals such as San Jose State University, Wayne State University, and Louisiana State University. Andrew will also cover the important topic of accreditation and provide what other professionals say about specific certifications.
Andrew is an effective executive in the information services and storage industries, and is a subject matter expert on leadership, information governance, records management, business development, information privacy, information security, project management, and sales management. Andrew has received over 40 written recommendations from professional colleagues, advanced certifications, a Master of Science in Administration degree, is a sought-after speaker, and is respected by his colleagues and clients across the US. Recently, Andrew has conducted some short, content-rich, and entertaining Pecha-Kucha and Ignite presentations at national conferences.
What: Half-Day Workshop
Continental Breakfast & Lunch included
Cost: Members: $10.00
Non Members: $40.00
Accepted payments: PayPal (minimum $20 – 3% fee added for credit/debit card payments), check through mail, or cash or check payment on day of
When: Friday, January 19, 2018
8:00 am to 1:30 pm
Registration: 7:30 am
NO REFUNDS AFTER JANUARY 16TH!
Where: First Hawaiian Center
Maika’i Conference Room
999 Bishop Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
Discounted Parking at First Hawaiian Ctr
RSVP:By Wednesday , January 17, 2018
Include your questions to Mr. Ysasi with your reservation.