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New Course  - Choosing COTS: evaluating, selecting and procuring Off-The-Shelf IT Solutions. If you are evaluating or considering Off-The-Shelf software and want a proven method to successfully choose the right Off-The-Shelf software this is the course for you! The method has been used and improved over the last 30 years for big and small projects. 

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Are you involved in large-scale change initiatives? Need tools to adopt an agile approach to programmes? 
Why not check our new course Agile Programme Management below. 
Want to find out more about this course? You can reach us at 020 7272 3726. We're always happy to have a chat. 

Course benefits:
The ability to apply relevant programme management methods, leading to successful agile programmes.
Clarify different management styles needed for successful agile programmes 
Actively promote trust and close co-operation between all stakeholders
Combine knowledge of more traditional management methodologies with agile

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Diagram from our first Business Change course. It was created by our trainer Dawn Kidd to help delegates understand the theory and successfully pass the exam. She did a brilliant job. Metadata training is always happy when the delegates find the courses useful and feel confident about their knowledge. Want to find out more about the course? More details here:

Thank you all who joined Mike Goodland for the #data #modelling and #business #analysis webinar yesterday organised by @UKIIBA. Recording will be available soon. Contact us if you want us to send you the link to the recording.

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Looking forward to Mike Goodland's presentation on data modelling & business analysis at IIBA UK. webinar this evening from 6:30pm.
It's free. Book here:

This short interactive talk illustrated with practical examples aims to show you: How bad data and bad structures cause problems How data modelling can help you How data models interact with functional requirements How to develop a simple model

Now accredited for Agile BA with the APMG. Great syllabus for any BAs wanting to get their head round agile, learn some popular agile BA techniques and get certified. Offering 3 day midweek and weekends.

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What to become an agile business analyst? Why not have a look at our new course Agile Business Analysis. You can gain the skills needed to successfully gather, analyse, validate and champion the requirements throughout an Agile project. On successfully passing the exam you can also gain an APMG accredited qualification. Any questions call us at 020 7272 3726.

More details on our website:

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We are happy to announce that online payments are now available on our website. It is now easier and faster to book and pay for your courses. You can pay by credit or debit card. You can have a look at our course schedule here:

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We are happy to announce that we have a new website: It also works on mobile phones so it is now easier to browse courses and book online.

We've incorporated the feedback we've received from delegates and we want to thank you for your support and suggestions. Online payment will also be available soon. Any feedback do get in touch. We are always keen to hear from our delegates and customers.

Also don't forget to sign in to our newsletter to be the first one to find out about our new events and courses. We have new courses coming up very soon. 

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Interested in data modelling and how it can help you? Join our next free event on 16th March from 7pm at our venue near Old Street.

For this event, Mike Goodland, the owner of Metadata Training will give an interactive presentation on Data Modelling. Expect to do some work and leave with some ideas to mull over!

This short interactive talk with a couple of practical exercises aims to show you: how data modelling can help you, how data models interact with functional requirements, how to develop a simple model.

Book your ticket here: Limited availability. Book soon!
#datamodelling  #businessanalysis
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