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Title

Training and certification

Introduction

Dhurjati asked "Can anyone help me to know where /how to get certification in Knowledge Management?"

Keywords

Training, certification, capacity building

Detailed Description

KM4Dev Discussions

Boris said:

"Check out the Knowledge Management Education wiki (http://knowledge-management-education.wikispaces.com/) for your request. Currently there are 80 universities and 29 training providers listed which offer KM education.The most popular certifying training provider to date is the KM Institute (http://www.kminstitute.org/) but there are also others like KMpro (http://www.kmpro.org/), KMCI (http://www.kmci.org/; offers only a certificate), etc . Take in mind that popularity is not necessarily an indicator of quality. Popularity is also an outcome of e.g. good/aggressive marketing. Further there are several universities that offer certificates. One example is Kent State University. There will be an interactive online session tomorrow, where you can get information on the several online programs they offer (http://iakm.kent.edu/kmonline/)".


Examples in Application

Related FAQs

Developing capacity for the use of knowledge sharing approaches and techniques?

Further Information

Comparison of 5-day KM courses (from Erik Johnson) [1]

e-Knowledge Center online KM courses [2]

ICASIT "KM Degree Programs" resources [3]

KM4Dev KS workshops [4]

TNU (The Network University) online KM course [5]

Knowledge Management Education Hub (KMeduHub) - Find KMedu Providers worlwide

Original Author and Subsequent Contributors of this FAQ

Lucie Lamoureux

Dates of First Creation and Further Revisions

July 8, 2008

FAQ KM4Dev Source Materials

[Raw text of email discussions on which the FAQ is based]


Dhurjati asked "Can anyone help me to know where /how to get certification in Knowledge Management?