Management Information System MIS & Knowledge Management KM for Enterprises & TVET Institutions

Management Information System MIS & Knowledge Management KM for Enterprises & TVET  Institutions
Starts from:Sat, August 19, 2017
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Course Description

Management Information System MIS & Knowledge Management KM for Enterprises & TVET

Institutions 

 

Course Title

Management Information System MIS & Knowledge Management KM for Enterprises & TVET Institutions 

Course Description

This course can be taken alone as a 5-day course, or joined with and at the last of the two courses for Strategic & Quality Assurance Management of TVET & Technical and Vocational Education and Training TVET Institutions.

Course Objectives

The course for Management Information System MIS & Knowledge Management KM for Enterprises & TVET Institutions is designed to help the participants to:

  1. Distinguish between Information and Knowledge and their contribution to the Quality Management System of Procedures, Documents and Policies for Enterprises and TVET Institutions.
  2. Types of MIS
  3. Objectives, policy and effectiveness of MIS
  4. Review and Inspection of MIS
  5. Development, Application and Operation of a Comprehensive MIS for new or upgraded Enterprises & TVET Institutions
  6. Benefits of Knowledge Management KM to Enterprises & TVET Institutions
  7. Development of KM Projects
  8. Enterprises / TVET Institutions and Knowledge Society

 

Specific Course Outline

The following are the topics covered in the course:

Chapter A: Basic Concepts and Elements of Management Information System MIS for Enterprises & TVET Institutions

 

  1. The Value of Information and Knowledge – What is Information and Knowledge?
  2. MIS & KM as Quality Management Mechanisms for Enterprises & TVET Institutions
  3. Definition of MIS
  4. Why Are We Focusing Attention on Developing MIS for Enterprises & TVET Institutions
  5. Why the Enterprise / TVET Institution’s MIS is Important?
  6. MIS as a Mechanism for Upgrading Enterprises & TVET Institutions
  7. Management Functions and MIS
  8. Types of Management Information
  9. Types of the Systems Used for Management Information
  10. The Goals of Enterprise & TVET Institution’s MIS
  11. Achieving Effective and Sound Enterprise & TVET Institution’s MIS
  12. Modern Training Technologies and MIS
  13. Risks Associated with MIS in Semi Autonomy Enterprises & TVET Institutions
  14. Procedures for Collecting Internal Information about Enterprise & TVET Institution’s MIS
  15. MIS Reviews – Inspection Objectives
  16. MIS Reviews – Inspection Procedures

Chapter B: Development and Establishment of a Comprehensive Management Information System MIS for Enterprises & TVET Institutions

  1. Procedures for developing MIS
  2. Application and Operation of MIS – Coordination and Development Roles
  3. MIS Components and Applications
  4. Review and Evaluation of the MIS for Enterprises & TVET Institutions
  5. Case Illustration on How to Develop a MIS
  6. Information Technology IT and Management Information System MIS

Chapter C: Knowledge Management KM for Enterprises & TVET Institutions

  1. What is Knowledge Management KM within an Enterprise or TVET Institution?
  2. What Constitutes intellectual or Knowledge-based Assets?
  3. Why we need knowledge management within Enterprises or TVET Institutions?
  4. What are the benefits and motivations leading Enterprises and TVET Institutions to undertake a KM project?
  5. What are the KM Strategies?
  6. Categorization of Knowledge Management Approaches
  7. How to promote a KM project in an Enterprise or TVET Institution?
  8. How to Demonstrate the Value of a KM Project?
  9. What is the Best Way to Approach KM?
  10. What Are the Challenges of KM?
  11. How Can KM Project Be Supported?
  12. What Technologies Can Support KM?
  13. What is the Most Important for the Enterprise or TVET Institution to do in Knowledge Management?
  14. What is the Difference between Knowledge Management and Reengineering?
  15. What is Necessary for an Enterprise or TVET Institution in the Knowledge Society?

Training Methodology:

  1. Interactive/practical training
  2. Two way communication
  3. Exercises / Assignments
  4. Brain Storming
  5. Case Studies
  6. Open Discussions
  7. Ready to use samples

Venue / Training Location:

To be advised

Who Should Attend?

  1. From TVET Institutions

 

Principals, Managers, Directors, Heads of Training Departments, Master Trainers, Instructors / Trainers / Teachers, Assessors, Observers & Verifiers

  1. From Enterprises & Employers

 

Managers, Head of Departments, Planners, schedulers, Trainers (Engineers & Supervisors) & Career Development Section Leaders

  1. From TVET Stakeholders

 

Representatives from: Federations, Chambers, Training Councils, General Unions of Trainees, Workers, Private Training Institutes, Technical Schools, etc.

Language

  1. The training materials for the participants will be in English.
  2. The language of instruction will be in English