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I 21 profili rilasciati sono raggruppati in 7 macro categorie professionali:

IT BUSINESS MANAGERS AND PROFESSIONALS

Information Systems Manager: An EUCIP Information Systems Manager is expected to have a broad competence both in ICT and in organisational issues related to an effective and efficient use of information in a business environment. Skills of planning and innovating must be combined with a steady service-oriented approach and the ability to react and solve practical problems using available resources. Download Syllabus.
Information Systems Auditor: A EUCIP Information Systems Auditor provides an independent assurance of security, quality, compliance and value contribution of information systems to a specific organization (reporting to the highest corporate or board responsibility). An IS Auditor is expected to demonstrate sound technical competence, independence of opinion, compliance to the Code of Professional Ethic. Download Syllabus.
Client Manager: A EUCIP Client Manager is expected to combine a broad knowledge of ICT and information systems with advanced marketing, planning and account management concepts. Essential skills include the ability to negotiate and convince, as well as to monitor the quality of products and services provided to the client, either in single projects or in ongoing service contracts, up to ASP. Download Syllabus.

SOLUTION CONSULTANTS

Sales & Application Consultant: A EUCIP Sales and Application Consultant is expected to combine competence in a specific technology (context-dependent, e.g. CAD) with advanced marketing concepts and a general knowledge of typical client needs. Effectiveness in persuading when presenting solutions, practical demonstrations and commercial proposals is a must. Download Syllabus.
Enterprise Solutions Consultant: A EUCIP Enterprise Solutions Consultant is expected to combine business analysis skills with a specific effectiveness in customising and configuring the features of business software packages like CRM suites and the administrative1 modules of ERP systems. Professional consultancy skills and a general competence in the integration of enterprise applications are also vital. Download Syllabus.
Logistic & Automation Consultant: A EUCIP Logistics and Automation Consultant is expected to combine process analysis skills with a specific effectiveness in identifying and implementing IT solutions for industrial operations. This requires a thorough competence on CIM architectures, MES, packages for SCM and the logistic modules of ERP systems. Professional consultancy skills and a general competence in systems development are also vital. Download Syllabus.


e-BUSINESS & INNOVATION AGENTS

Business Analyst: A EUCIP Business Analyst is expected to be very effective in understanding business cases, eliciting requirements, modelling business processes and identifying the appropriate type of ICT solutions. For this role, a high level professional attitude and the ability to communicate are as vital as a wide and thorough ICT competence. Download Syllabus.

Information Systems Project Manager: A EUCIP Information Systems Project Manager is expected to be very effective in organising people and technical resources to achieve essential project goals in compliance with agreed constraints on quality, time and costs. This requires a specific competence in project management techniques (both in case of packaged solutions and custom development) and a broad knowledge of ICT and Information Systems. Download Syllabus.
Information Systems Analyst: A EUCIP Information Systems Analyst is expected to be very effective in identifying requirements for ICT systems and defining models of information flows and business objects. A wide and thorough ICT competence has to be combined with the ability to interact with users and colleagues. Download Syllabus.

SOFTWARE DESIGNERS

Software Developer: A EUCIP Software Developer is expected to play a considerable technical role in information systems design and to be very effective in carrying out the creation and maintenance of complex software modules that typically need to be integrated into a wider information system. Different specialisations are possible, either in the field of applications and web services or in system-level software. Download Syllabus.
Systems Integration & Testing Engineer: A EUCIP Systems Integration and Testing Engineer is expected to be very effective in several different areas of systems development: preparing end-user documentation, setting up IT systems, testing their functionality as a whole and as single component modules, identifying anomalies and diagnosing possible causes. Requirements include a specific knowledge on how interfaces between software modules are built. Download Syllabus.
Web & Multimedia Master: A EUCIP Web & Multimedia Master is expected to combine design, development and administration skills for multimedia applications and websites; all aspects benefit from a thorough understanding of web systems and technologies, but creativity required for finding nice graphics and animation must be balanced by assessments on usability and accessibility, and a structured approach to publishing and administration. Download Syllabus.


TECHNICAL ADVISERS

IT Systems Architect: A EUCIP IT Systems Architect is expected to play a key role in designing performing and secure IT systems - with a special focus on software architectures - integrating and upgrading them; besides a thorough competence in ICT (all domains: software, hardware and networks), this requires specific design techniques and the ability to describe a system in terms of components and logical flows. Download Syllabus.
Telecommunication Architect: A EUCIP Telecommunication Architect is expected to combine telecommunication skills with a specific effectiveness in identifying and implementing IT solutions for digital convergence. This requires a thorough competence on wireless digital communications over analogue media as on transfer of analogue signals over digital networks. Professional consultancy skills and a general competence in systems development are also important. Download Syllabus.

Security Adviser: A EUCIP Security Adviser is expected to be very effective in identifying security requirements for ICT systems and defining reliable and manageable solutions. A wide and thorough ICT competence has to be combined with the ability to interact with other ICT functions to foster the integration of security technologies within the ICT infrastructure. Download Syllabus.


OPERATIONAL MANAGERS

Data Base Manager: A EUCIP Database Manager is expected to play a key role both in designing data structures and in daily DB administration; therefore, skills requirements include a deep competence in all aspects of database technologies, a teamworking approach to project environments, proficiency in data modelling techniques, but also effectiveness in defining and applying procedures and organising routine operations. Download Syllabus.
Network Manager: A EUCIP Network Manager is expected to be very effective in managing a networked information system of medium complexity, and improving its performances. Should also be proficient in interactions with network architects and possible external suppliers across all phases of a network's lifecycle. Download Syllabus.

Data Centre & Configuration Manager: A EUCIP Data Centre and Configuration Manager is expected to have a structured approach to design, set-up and maintenance of an IT-enabled working environment, both in case of a development environment and in case of a "live" system for end-users; this requires specific competences on quality procedures and on workflow management systems and tools. Download Syllabus.

SERVICE SUPPORT SPECIALISTS

X-Systems Engineer: A EUCIP X-Systems Engineer is expected to have a specific competence on various operating systems and related troubleshooting methods, performance tuning, system-level programming and cross-platform integration; diagnosing and problem solving attitudes are required in order to provide support both on proprietary and open systems, including hybrid configurations. Download Syllabus.
Help Desk Supervisor: A EUCIP Help Desk Supervisor is expected to be effective in providing technical support; this requires competence in a specific technology (context-dependent e.g. web services), but also familiarity with SLA contracts, awareness on client business operational priorities and on typical user issues, as well as a positive attitude to problem response and customer relations. Download Syllabus.

IT Trainer: A EUCIP IT Trainer is expected to be very effective in communicating IT concepts, training users and motivating them to make the most of IT systems; requirements include a broad ICT culture, a focus on a specific technology (context-dependent, e.g. groupware products), excellent presentation skills and proficiency in training techniques, including design and preparation of effective courseware. Download Syllabus.