3-DAY UNIVERSITY SHORT COURSE IN:
(NQF Level 5, 11 Proposed Credits)
Records Management provides an understanding of basic record management principles and how they affect daily work. This course explores the techniques and protocols that govern the life cycle of a record, including concepts of adequate and proper documentation, disposition, and where to go for help. It discusses how managing records and information supports the work and improves staff effectiveness. The objective of this programme is to create an awareness of the importance of records management in ensuring an office has effective and efficient records management policies, principles and procedures in place to ensure effective and accountable governance. This course is aimed mainly at: Records managers, Work-study officials, Business analysts, archivists, Information managers and System administrators.
The course has been designed to be in-line with the practices and procedures South African
governmental bodies need to comply with in terms of the National Archives and Records Service Act.
Private bodies may find the information useful in determining policies and procedures for the effective
management of their information resources.
|Course Start Date||13 Nov 2017, 8:00 am|
|Course End Date||15 Nov 2017, 4:00 pm|
|Price Per Person (ex VAT)||R5,219.30|
|Unit Standards||University Outcomes based|