CDMP: The Gold Standard Data Management Certification
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  Patricia Cupoli   Patricia Cupoli
Data Management Instructor
Edmonds Community College


Sunday, April 28, 2013
02:30 PM - 05:45 PM

Level:  Introductory

The CDMP Certification has become a significant component of DAMA International’s efforts to promote excellence, standardization, and professionalism in the Data Management field.

This workshop discusses the tips and techniques of passing CDMP exams.

  • Overall CDMP certification process
  • Relationship of DAMA-DMBOK to CDMP data exams
  • Topics of individual exams
  • Concepts and terms used
  • Assess your knowledge and skill

Workshop attendees will have the ability to retake any exams for a better score (one retake per exam) during the scheduled conference exam sessions as well as be able to take the certification exams on a "pay if you pass" basis (passing is 50% or better). If you take and pass all three certification exams during this conference, you could have a CDMP!

Bring your own unencrypted Windows-based laptops – exams run off the USB drive. Your exam results and unofficial performance profile can be viewed immediately.

Patricia Cupoli, CCP, CDMP, CBIP, TOGAF®9 Certified, is a course developer and teaches online Data Management at Edmonds Community College and ICCP CDMP courses. She has an extensive background in the areas of Data Governance, Data Warehousing, Metadata Solutions and Repositories, Enterprise Modeling (business process and data) for Business Re-engineering, Project Management, IT Strategic Planning, and Librarianship / Information Science. She has presented at many DAMA and TDWI conferences, and has published professionally. Pat is the 2006 winner of the DAMA International Professional Award. Pat is the DAMA International ICCP Director, Project Manager for Data Exam Development, DAMA Education Committee member, past ICCP Board President, and a past president of DAMA International, DAMA Chicago, and DAMA Philadelphia / Delaware Valley. She is the DMBOK2 Editor and was an author contributor for two DMBOK chapters: Documents and Content Management, and Professional Development.

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