Every organization is responsible for maintaining records. The ability to create, organize, and maintain records and archives is essential to success. Correct records keeping will not only offer liability protection; it will also increase efficiency and productivity. To put it simply, maintaining records and archives will improve the bottom line.

 

Course Outline


INTRODUCTION
Course Objectives


MODULE 1
Understanding Records
What is Records Management?
Defining Records
Archives vs. Records
Life Cycle
Knowledge Check


MODULE 2
Management of Records
What Is and Is Not a Record?
Record Programs
Management of Systems
Developing Standards
Knowledge Check


MODULE 3
Context (I)
Techniques for Analyzing Records
Collecting Information
Organizational Needs
Legal Demands
Knowledge Check


MODULE 4
Context (II)
Routine Process
Creative Process
System Analysis
Records Survey
Knowledge Check


MODULE 5
Classification
Functionality
Prioritize
Assess and Review
Develop a Tool
Knowledge Check


MODULE 6
Paper-Based Systems
Arranging and Grouping
Building Files
Elementary and Intermediate
Metadata
Knowledge Check


MODULE 7
Electronic Records
Classifying
Folders and Directories
Groupings
Metadata
Knowledge Check


MODULE 8
Hybrid Systems
Routine Processes
Creative Processes
Design
Limitations
Knowledge Check


MODULE 9
Appraisals & Systems
Taxonomy of Values
Macro Appraisal
Strategy & Criteria
Document & Review Decisions
Knowledge Check


MODULE 10
Record Maintenance
Paper
Electronic
Create Archives
Conversion
Knowledge Check


ASSESSMENT
Post Test

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