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Monday
25
JUN

Electronic Records/Information Management-2 Certificate Training

09:00
17:00
Kenvision Trainers
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Electronic Records/ Information Management-2- Certificate Training

KENYAN DELEGATES & COMESA RESIDENTS: USD 690/- (Kenyans may pay KES 69,000/-)

INTERNATIONAL: USD 790/-

(Charges includes lunch, teas, tuition, learning materials and certification BUT exclude dinner and accommodation)

Time: 09:00 - 17:00

VENUE: Sunstar Hotel, Garden Estate Rd, Off Thika Superhighway, Nairobi Kenya

SOME OF THE ISSUES YOU EXPECT FROM THIS TRAINING
Do you keep files you don't need?
Are you missing files you do need?
Does the current organization and retention meet your current needs? If not,
What should be changed so your needs are met?

INTRODUCTION

Managing records and information is a pivotal piece in running an organization efficiently.

Learn the industry standards and best practices for information and records management from industry professionals.

The movement toward electronic records offers unprecedented opportunities to improve business efficiency via cheaper storage, faster information retrieval and automation of records management workflows such as retention and disposition.

But with new opportunities come new challenges, as the technical and business reality of electronic records and systems meets records management requirements that existed well before terms like “electronic records” and “digitization” became commonplace in business.

It should also be noted that challenges of applying established requirements to new media are not unique to organizations that successfully moved away from physical record keeping in favor of a paperless office.

Many organizations are subject to stringent internal administrative processes and external rules that require them to retain signed contracts, title documents and other core records in paper form. But the coexistence of paper and electronic content can add yet another layer of complexity to the otherwise simple tasks of identifying, retaining and eventually disposing of required business records.

So how does an organization reap the benefits of electronic records management while mitigating the compliance and practical risks introduced by those same electronic records? Such will be the theme of the training.

From managing electronic content, Record / information lifecycle, information sharing, ERM applications, development of Business cases, Design and implementation of records management project to vital records and terminology, etc, this training will make clear many conceptual issues pertinent in ensuring that the right information is made available to the right persons at the right time