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Public Sector Records Management and Information Systems

Course overview

A key element of sound public administration and accountability is adequate recording, documentation and archiving of the business and operations of government. Government institutions need to develop records management frameworks and systems to ensure that records are properly managed. Good record keeping underpins agency business activities and processes. It supports agency accountability; permits effective flow of information within and between agencies and assists agency efficiency by ensuring information is readily identifiable and available. 

Course benefits 

By the end of the training participants will be able to:

  • Understand the key principles governing records care and discuss their importance in an integrated records management system
  • Recognize and reorganize Records as a Strategic resource of a public institution and ensure that records comply with laws, rules, and procedures
  • Design an effective records management system that supports the management of business activities and risks and to satisfy records management requirements
  • Understand the importance of record keeping for accountability, not only in government but also in any organization
  • Ensure that Records kept provide a reliable, legally verifiable source of evidence of decisions and actions

The delegates 

Secretaries, Administrative Assistants and Office Clerks, Registry Staff, Documentation Officers, Records Management Staff and all those involved in management, archiving and retrieval of records.

Venue and Date

13 - 17 June, Port Elizabeth - S.A
11 -22 July, Kampala - UG
03 - 21 Oct, Mombasa - KE

Fee and Duration

1875 (1 Week)
2975 (2 Weeks)
3250 (3 Weeks)

Note: ACADRI reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer.