Data Quality - the key to effective and efficient services
An intensive one-day course covering the key concepts and benefits of data quality; the risks of poor quality data, and both incremental and strategic options for its improvement.
Data quality is an issue which underpins just about everything that a public sector organisation does. Data quality is essential for service delivery, for providing information and advice, and for decision making. Without good quality data, an organisation cannot properly understand whether transformation and efficiency projects are delivering real benefits, or whether they are simply shifting costs and problems to other areas.
For further details including course content, who should attend and a tutor biography, please see the course page.
|20 May 2010||West Midlands||The Priory Rooms, 40 Bull Street Birmingham, B4 6AF|
|07 July 2010||North West||Manchester Renaissance Hotel, Blackfriars Street, Manchester, M3 2EQ|
Duration: 1 day
Tutor: Danny Budzak
Cost: The standard delegate fee of £195 + VAT includes refreshments and lunch. A 20% reduction can be claimed by any organisation which employs a Socitm member. There will be a further 10% reduction where more than one place is booked at the same time.
Open to: Open to all
Organised by: Socitm Learning
CPD Scheme: 4.5