What is and is not a Record & to keep or not to keep…. that’s why ancient folks wrote their history on walls, because they were smart enough to know that, if they put it in the files, it would be lost forever.
Well, times have changed & records are now in every organization. From purchasing reciepts to tax documents to communications, they need to be identitied and managed properly. The method of records management that a company uses should be tailored to fit the needs of the organization. There are, however, some basic concepts in most records management systems. With our “ the participants will discover the basic elements of records management programs and different ways to manage records.
Key Objectives Of The Course:
Define records and archives
Analyze records in context
Understand different systems
Maintain and convert record.
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Module One: Getting Started
The Parking Lot
Module Two: Understanding Records
What is Records Management?
Archives vs. Records
Module Three: Management of Records
What Is and Is Not a Record?
Management of Systems
Module Four: Context (I)
Techniques for Analyzing Records
Module Five: Context (II)
Module Six: Classification
Assess and Review
Develop a Tool
Module Seven: Paper-Based Systems
Arranging and Grouping
Elementary & Intermediate
Module Eight: Electronic Records
Folders and Directories
Module Nine: Hybrid Systems
Module Ten: Appraisals & Systems
Taxonomy of Values
Strategy & Criteria
Document & Review Decisions
Module Eleven: Record Maintenance
Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Words from the Wise
Review of Parking Lot
Completion of Action Plans and Evaluation
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