Answering these cough-like (persistent and unavoidable) Records & Document Management questions is not easy.

But, when you have been taken through the appropriate program by those who have rare opportunity of being talented trainers as well as industry actors, then the questions turn into SOLUTIONS. That is what the forthcoming training in Electronic Records and Document Management training in Mombasa, Kenya will be exactly doing. Making you a solution provider in this area and much more.

Here are some of the areas that this training shall address:

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ESTABLISHING AN ERM PROGRAM IN YOUR ORGANIZATION

What kind of technical equipment do we need to run e-records management systems?
What do we do when the system crashes?
What should our facility do to prepare for ERMS (Electronic Records Management System)?
What is in the future for ERMS?
How long do I have to keep electronic records?
Are electronic records legal in court?
Are digital images of paper records legal in court?
How should I go about hiring a consultant in records management?
Is electronic document imaging or scanning a good idea?
Why should organisations use sustainable formats for electronic records?
What does disposition mean?

RETENTION SCHEDULING /DISPOSITION

What is a records schedule?
What is an agency / department schedule?
What kind of storage media should I use?

E-RECORDS PRESERVATION CONCERNS

Do CDs/DVDs support different formats?
What is the shelf life of unrecorded CD-R/DVD-R discs?
How long can I expect my recorded CDs/DVDs to last?
What are my responsibilities in migrating media content and maintaining access to specific record formats over time?
What are the long-term access considerations for CDs/DVDs?
How do I know what electronic records are on each CD/DVD?
What procedures are appropriate for storing classified records on CDs/DVDs?
How should I handle CDs and DVDs?
What is the preferred method for labeling CDs/DVDs?
How do I store the discs to extend their useful life?
What is the preferred method for destroying CDs/DVDs?
How is information recorded onto optical media?
What issues are associated with the stability of optical media?
What is PDF/A-1?

HANDLING BORN-AGAIN / IMAGED/SCANNED RECORDS

What is imaging?
What factors must be considered in determining whether to image records?
What are possible advantages and disadvantages of maintaining records as images?
What are some of the cost factors that should be considered before starting an imaging project?
What are the recordkeeping requirements for imaged records?
When do records converted to images need to be scheduled?
Do indexes created for imaged records need to be scheduled?
What is a General Records Schedule?
How do I develop a records schedule?
When should I update the records schedule?
What are the benefits of using records schedules?
What is the records schedule review process?

EDMS-207E-RECORDS FILING ISSUES- BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION/METADATA ISSUES

What is a “records inventory”?
How do I inventory records?
What information should be included in an inventory?
What additional information should be included in an inventory of electronic records?
Who is responsible for records management?
What are some of the benefits of records management?
Can “sensitive” data be restricted?
Is government e-mail considered public record?
How should e-mail records be managed?
Does the public have the right of direct access to public record files?
After paper records are scanned into a digital imaging system, may the originals be destroyed?
I would like to preserve my department’s website. What is the best way to do that

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