This course has now taken place.
All organisations are ensuring that their records management is in line with data protection legislation but ensuring that this is being done correctly is essential.
This Excelling at Records and Information Management course has been designed to make sure that your organisation is proactive, compliant and at the forefront of information security.
As a delegate you will be able to benchmark your records management procedures against current data protection legislation, instil a more effective records management culture within your organisation or team, learn how to digitalise records, design a thorough retention toolkit and learn from those who have already completed their records management processes.
Attend this Excelling at Records and Information Management training course to gain actionable strategies for transferring to, and managing digital records. Leave the day with the knowledge to excel in information management and take away an actionable approach for the retention and deletion of records.
Previous delegates have said:
“A very well put together course which covered all aspects of Records Management you could possibly imagine.“- Departmental Records Officer, Natural England
“Excellent location and venue, course was very informative, excellent clear speakers with an excellent understanding of their subjects.” – Corporate Governance Implementation Manager, North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust
“An excellent and informative course delivered by knowledgeable presenters. I would recommend.” – Agency Records Officer, Vehicle Certification Agency (DFT)
|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.