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IT Community Development Project Workshops

IT Community Development Project Workshops

February 2017

IT Community Development Seminars

We are currently running a series of IT Community Development Seminars covering various UIS recent projects.

Topics covered

SIFA, cyber, storage & HEAT and the launch of the Mentoring Campaign.

These are 1 hour punchy seminars giving the opportunity for IT professionals to come together and feel more informed about the recent projects. They are being held at various locations around the City.

We still have some spaces left for the 27th, 28th February and 1st March, to make a booking go to:https://training.csx.cam.ac.uk/ucs/course/ucs-it-seminar .  

 

December 2016

IT Community Breakfast Networking Meeting

A series of IT Community Breakfast Networking Meetings, to discuss and communicate key UIS service or project updates. The meetings also provide an opportunity for members of the IT Community to network with other IT professionals from across the Collegiate University. 

Topics covered
Martin Bellamy, UIS Director, Introduction
Mark Ferrar, Chief Architect, The emerging University IS Strategy
Chris McLeod, Head of Programme and Project Office, The Microsoft EES, Storage and Cyber Security projects

The presentation from the Breakfast Sessions can be found here

 

November 2016

Professional Development for IT Professionals

Workshop aims:

  • Update you on the launch of our refreshed secondment (project placements), shadowing and mentoring schemes.
  • Offer the opportunity to get a deeper understanding of SFIA (Skills Framework for the Information Age).
  • Provide an update on the work to develop the IT Portal and seek further advice and guidance from you on what you think it should offer.

The slides from the workshops are available here

 

June 2016

Opening workshops

In June the IT Community Development Project held a series of workshops for IT Professionals from across the Collegiate University to discuss the objectives and scope of the programme. This included discussions on an IT Skills database and developing an IT Community network. The slides from the workshops are available here.

If you have any queries, or would like us to talk to IT Professionals within your department or institution then please contact Ed Webster.