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This program is designed to prepare you to operate a records management program in any organizational setting. With the increasing production of and demand for complex information and the widespread use of automated technologies, institutions, non-profit organizations and government agencies are striving to manage their information assets in an effective and efficient way. Records and information management programs contribute to the efficiency of an organization’s operations by providing systematic control of information resources, from creation through use, storage and final disposition.
By attending this interactive course, you will be equipped with the skills to:
Demonstrate an understanding of sound principles of records management and the nature and purpose of records
Maintain, use, and update a computerized records management database.
Encourage appropriate methodologies and tools for recording, documentation, inventories and information management
Appreciate the benefits accrued to effective electronic records management practices
Explain the terms, ‚ records retention‚ disposal‚ and ‚ records protection.
Explain the importance of a records retention programmes focusing on the economic and legal benefits of establishing a programme
Understand the principles and steps involved in the development of records retention schedules for their implementation
Who Should Attend?
This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for:
City and community clerks
Information technology staffs
State, local, territorial, and government employees