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TFPL record management courses in September - Glasgow & London

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Amy Millis <[log in to unmask]>

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Amy Millis <[log in to unmask]>

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*******With apologies for cross posting************
Start planning your Autumn records management training now!

TFPL are pleased to finalise their Autumn programme with the addition of
training courses in Glasgow. As a taster, here are the courses that we are
running in September. For more information on any of these courses, please
follow the links below or call the training team on 020 7251 5522. Details
of all courses are available at www.tfpl.com

COURSES ARE IN LONDON UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE

September
13 EDRM: preparing the business case and statement of requirement
15 promoting records management within your organisation
16 information architecture: foundation programme GLASGOW
20 information architecture foundation programme
22 records surveys
23 implementing records management
27 EDRM: implementation planning for success

More details:
13 Sep - London
EDRM: preparing the business case and statement of requirement
There are many options to consider when implementing EDRM including
collaboration, workflow and integration options with portals, intranets,
extranets and web sites. These options can lead an array of benefits, both
short and long term. Understanding your own requirements before you go out
to the marketplace is going to be critical to meet all your objectives and
long term information management strategies.
http://www.tfpl.com/skills_development/courses/cd.cfm?linkid=tr695

15 Sep - London
Promoting records management within your organisation
This one day workshop covers raising the profile of records management
within an organisation, to gain greater management support and enhanced
status for the records management function and to attract more resources.
http://www.tfpl.com/skills_development/courses/cd.cfm?linkid=tr568

16 Sep Glasgow, 20 Sep London
Information architecture: foundation programme
This one day foundation programme provides an essential introduction to the
important principles of information architecture design for the information
and knowledge professional. It explores how modern information resources
need to be organised, classified and formatted for effective navigation and
retrieval. It introduces the current thinking on electronic collection
design, information classification, meta data standards and information
navigation techniques.
http://www.tfpl.com/skills_development/courses/cd.cfm?linkid=tr572

22 Sep - London
Records surveys: identifying information and records to support business
processes.
The records held by an organisation need to be identified and understood in
the context of the business processes they support and the current
information management environment. This delivers both a records inventory
and information that is invaluable to the development and implementation of
a broader information strategy. It provides a platform for the
implementation of a records programme in alignment with business needs and
broader knowledge management strategy. This is a highly practical, one day
course. http://www.tfpl.com/skills_development/courses/cd.cfm?linkid=tr560

23 Sep - London
Implementing records management
This one day course offers a practical approach to implementing effective
records management with reference to real-life case studies. The course
emphasises the problems in getting overall management support and budget
funding as well as defining and managing RM project work.
http://www.tfpl.com/skills_development/courses/cd.cfm?linkid=tr353

27 Sep - London
EDRM: implementation planning for success
This course takes into account experiences and best practice from EDRM and
EDM implementations, including one that has rolled out to over 4,000 staff.
In order to be minimise risk, cost and time scale this course will set you
in the right direction for implementing and rolling out EDRM successfully.
http://www.tfpl.com/skills_development/courses/cd.cfm?linkid=tr697


Amy Millis
Training Administrator
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TFPL Ltd 17-18 Britton Street, London, EC1M 5TL
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