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This class introduces participants on how to gain physical and intellectual control of their agency's records. Participants will learn how to conduct a successful records inventory, identify retention schedules, schedule records series, and transfer records to an official State repository. This class includes hands-on, group activities to reinforce principles discussed. This class covers material previously taught in Basic Records Management I: Records Management and Inventory.
This class educates participants about legal responsibilities of government agencies in managing records and information. The leally assigned roles of records officers, chief administrative officers, and the State Archives will be discussed. The class will include references to the Public Records Management Act and other relevant laws.
Annual fall conference with presentations focusing on care and management of electronic records.
A one hour learning session with presentations on various topics and interests. Lunch n' Learn sessions are live, online sessions. Internet connection and a computer with sound is required, a headset with microphone is recommended but not required. If participants do not have a headset with a microphone, they will be able to ask questions through instant messaging. A link to the session will be sent to participants the morning of the event. For questions regarding access to online training events contact Lorianne Ouderkirk at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-531-3860.
Management and Care of Historic Records is geared toward municipalities and focuses on how to care for historic records. Topics covered include records appraisal, retention, storage, and preservation.
Records Access I, will consider records classification, records sharing, handling GRAMA requests, and the appeals process. This training is very similar to the online training required for appointed records officers. The certification exam will not be administered during the in-person training.
Public Records Requests for Law Enforcement Records will dig deeper into classification and access issues and will include the appeals process. In addition to records classified under GRAMA, it will cover expunged records and accident reports. Although the class focuses on law enforcement records, all records officers are welcome. A one hour lunch break will be taken around Noon. Lunch is on your own, many restaurants are in close proximity.
Annual spring conference focusing on records management.