Holly Group announced the public launch of the first accredited classroom-based preparatory course for the Certified Information Professional training program from AIIM International. Designed with group education in mind, it fosters detailed, facilitated discussions in students' own contexts and thereby not only furthers the ability to earn the certification, but returns immediate organizational benefit as well. As such, it goes well beyond the online training videos that Holly Group produced for AIIM when the program was originated.
"AIIM's highlighting of the information professional as a critical person within today's organizations is 100% compatible with the view we have always taken as analysts, consultants, and instructors," Holly Group principal Steve Weissman said. "So it was as much of a no-brainer as it was an honor to create the videos when AIIM asked us to, and to now turn them into an interactive live experience."
Weissman has been teaching AIIM's highly-regarded ECM and BPM certificate courses for several years, and sees the CIP as a well-crafted backdrop against which to view these more focused programs. "Business and technology managers have to be cognizant of each other's requirements and concerns if their information initiatives are to fully succeed," he said. "The CIP does a great job of casting a much-needed net over all of today's big issues."
AIIM's CIP training program has been adopted by information professionals in more than 12 countries and is gaining recognition as the designation to earn to demonstrate mastery of the multiple domains knowledge needed to succeed in the current business environment. Additional information about Holly Group's CIP Prep Classroom Course can be obtained by visiting www.hollygroup.com/cipprep, emailing email@example.com, or calling 617-383-4655. Information about the CIP itself can be found at www.aiim.org/certification.
About Holly Group
An accredited CIP Education Partner, Holly Group provides best practices and expert guidance for information and process management. Active advisors to and supporters of organizations' strategy, requirements, RFP, and adoption activities, it provides consulting and training dedicated to helping people work better and work better together, and equipping them to derive Maximum Total Value from information technology.
AIIM is a global, non-profit organization that provides independent research, education and certification programs to information professionals. AIIM represents the entire information management community, with programs and content for practitioners, technology suppliers, integrators and consultants.