Module 4 – MANAGING THE LIFE CYCLE OF RECORDS & PRINCIPLES OF ARCHIVING RECORDS

20 Credits. Duration 5 days Store, preserve, and conserve records throughout their lifecycle.  Explaining factors that impact on the storage, preservation and conservation of records. Implementing preservation and conservation measures Storing records to enhance accessibility, preservation and conservation Applying specialised techniques to minimise or eliminate damage or losses.   Arrange, describe and compile lists of[…]

Module 3 – RECORDS MANAGEMENT and THE LAW

24 Credits.  Duration 5 days Demonstrate understanding of statutory and legislative requirements which impact on records management and archives. The legal prescripts that influence records and archives management activities. The impact of statutory requirements on records and archives management. The purpose and application of statutory requirements. Includes- PAIA, POPI etc. and Customer care Explain the principles[…]

Module 2 – INFORMATION AUDIT

14 Credits.  Duration 5 days Conduct an Information Audit and Present a Report Demonstrating an understanding of an information/records audit. Outlining the organisational structure and service. Determining information/records management systems within an organisation. Analysing records in the organisation. Compiling an audit report to meet organisational requirements for paper and electronic records. and Generate information and[…]

Module 1 – DESIGN FILING SYSTEMS

19 Credits.   Duration 5 days Design and Interpret classification systems. Interpret classification systems in order to organize, retrieve and dispose of records. Describe the various classification systems, and to evaluate them; (Classification systems include geographical, numerical, alphabetical, subject, functional subject, chronological, categories and alpha-numerical.) Make recommendations to streamline the classification system; Identify Gaps in the[…]