The National Archives runs a one-day course to provide an overview of information management. The aim of this course is to provide an understanding of why information management is important for your organisation and how to create a good information management culture. It will introduce key concepts in information management and methods for continued use and access to your organisation’s information.
The course is aimed at staff from government departments working at Senior Executive Officer grade or above in knowledge and information management.
What this course covers
The course will be based on six core themes:
- Knowing what information you have
- Knowing where your information is
- Knowing who is responsible for information
- Knowing what to keep
- Managing digital information
- Knowing what good information culture looks like
We are currently reviewing our training offering for 2018. We expect to be able to confirm availability of courses shortly. If you are working at Senior Executive Officer grade or above in knowledge and information management and would like to express an interest in this course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Courses are free of charge.
The National Archives, Kew.
If you are working at Senior Executive Officer grade or above in knowledge and information management and would like to reserve a place on this course, please email email@example.com
- Records Management Foundation Course: Appraisal, Selection and Transfer
- Records Management Masterclass: Appraisal and Selection
- Records Management Masterclass: Cataloguing and File Preparation
- Digital continuity training
- Digital transfer training
- Delivering Information Assurance training
- Management Board briefings
- Responsible for Information – for SMEs
- Implementing the 20-year rule – transferring to places of deposit