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Certificate in Chief Information Officer Practice

Register now, for either online or offline study starting April 2017.

The LINK Certificate in Chief Information Officer (CIO) Practice covers issues relating to technology, strategic (C-level) management, business and human capital management processes, and ICT policy and regulation.

Download 2017 CIO Certificate programme brochure

2017 Course Dates:

CIO Online 2017
Orientation 10 April 2017
Module 1: 14 April 2017
Module 2: 24 April 2017
Module 3: 1 April 2017
Module 4: 8 April 2017
Module 5: 15 April 2017
Module 6: 22 April 2017
Module 7: 29 April 2017
Module 8: 1 May 2017

CIO Level 2 Gauteng 2017
Bock One: 3 - 7 April 2017: Modules 1 to 3
Block Two: 8 - 12 May 2017: Modules 4 and 5

CIO Cape Town 2017
Block 1: 17-21 July 2017: Modules 1 to 3
Block 2: 7-11 August 2017: Modules 4 and 5

CIO Level 2 Egypt 2017
Block 1: 21 to 25 August 2017: Modules 1 to 3
Block 2: 4 to 8 September 2017: Modules 4 and 5

Across sectors, firms engaged in manufacturing, in banking and finance, in travel and tourism, in health and social services, in higher education, in government services, in transport and logistics, and in many other sectors, face a multitude of choices and challenges for keeping up-to-date with ICT applications, supply chain management and enterprise resource planning systems, and promoting cyber security.

The environments of business and government have become increasingly data-driven. In this context, organisations must undertake effective business re-engineering, ensure effective security measures and risk
management, and foster effective utilization of the Internet for marketing and electronic transactions. An increasingly mobile Internet means an increasingly mobile workforce, which may present an opportunity or a threat.

To manage these challenges, organisations appoint CIOs, who lead teams responsible for the strategy, design, procurement and operation of the ICT-enabled business. CIOs lead through strategic capability, technical knowledge, and excellent team-building.

Contact for registration

Eunice Sediti, Programme Administrator, Wits Enterprise: shortcourses.witsenterprise@wits.ac.za, Tel: +27-11-717-1188

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