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This class introduces participants to the eight basic steps of records management. Participants will learn how to conduct a successful records inventory, identify retention schedules, schedule records series, and transfer records to an official State repository. Participants will also learn about legal responsibilities for keeping records and how to identify strengths and weaknesses of a records management program. Class will include hands-on, group activities to reinforce principles discussed.
This training is for State employees on the Gmail system. The importance of managing electronic records with an emphasis on using Gmail to manage electronic email according to approved retention schedules and internal policies will be discussed. State employees at any level will benefit from this training.
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. Questions regarding this training should be sent to Janell Tuttle, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 access and classification issues with emphasis on common law enforcement records and subpoenas. In addition to records protected by GRAMA, discussion will include common exempt records such as accident records and expunged records.
This training will go over the basics of providing access, including handling GRAMA requests and describing the appeals process. Recent changes to GRAMA will be reviewed.