A step by step process for planning and implementing a scanning project
How to move to business as usual scanning
Selecting the right tools for the job
EDRMS and scanning – what you need to know to ensure that these projects work well together
Key terms – so that you can talk “scanning tech speak” with the best of them
Good candidates for scanning – the type of records that are good candidates for a scanning project
Methods for quantifying return on investment for your scanning project
Staying out of trouble – your legal obligations and how to navigate NZS ISO 13028:2012
Safe destruction of original (source) records – when and how you are permitted to destroy original records
What you will get
A step by step guide and methodology for implementing schedules
Review exercises that check understanding so that you are confident that you can apply the learning from the course when you are back in the office
Small group size so that your issues can be raised and discussed
The opportunity for discussion and Q&A with Information Leadership’s highly experienced experts
Case studies and scenarios throughout the course so that you can practice applying the principles that are taught
Understanding of the specific key provisions of the Public Records Act and mandatory Records Management Standard that relate to retention and disposal.
This is a one day course running from 9.00 - 4.00pm.
Who's it for
This course targets people who have responsibility for implementing scanning in their organisation for example:
Business Analysts – who are responsible for ensuring that new technology business processes work well first time
Project Managers – who are responsible for leading projects to implement scanning
Recordkeepers – records managers, records officers, archivists, and recordkeeping support roles
IT Managers - who are responsible for ensuring that systems support the management of electronic records
EDRMS Project Managers and Support Teams – who need to know how to integrate scanning projects with their EDRMS
Corporate Services and Risk Managers – who are responsible for overall organisational risk in relation to records
Don't take our word for it - here's what attendees say:
- "enjoyed the day, course added clarification to my questions"
- "thanks for a well thought out presentation, it's validated my approach"
- "this course was at the right level for me to move forward with my project"
- "Interacting with other participants"
- "Booklet very thorough & useful! Good presentation"
- "Sample exercise of implementing R&D schedule
Master IM in Information Systems; BA
Paddy is an information management specialist. Her work includes taxonomy development, retention and disposal schedule design, Public Records Act audits and change management.
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