This course has now taken place.
Having an effective records management system in place is not only essential to the smooth running of an organisation, but also a statutory duty for many public authorities in Scotland.
Being subject to the Public Records (Scotland) Act as well as Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act, authorities are required to put in place a Records Management Plan (RMP) approved by the Keeper of the Records of Scotland.
Attend this course to gain actionable strategies for transferring to and managing digital records. Leave the day fully equipped with the knowledge and confidence to excel in all areas of records and information management.
|About the Chair: Paul Gibbons
|Paul Gibbons is a leading expert in information rights and management with many years experience in the field. With a background in the pharmaceutical industry, Paul then became the first Parliamentary Records Manager, and later prepared the Mayor of London for the implementation of the Freedom of Information Act. His experience also covers working for a London Healthcare Trust and a college of the University of London.
Paul has subsequently worked as an information governance manager, managing compliance with the Data Protection Act and other legislation in the NHS and in higher education. Since 2010 he has been writing the respected FOI Man blog and now provides training and consultancy in information rights and management to the public sector and beyond.