The Certificate in Records and Information Management provides continuing education to those working in the records, archival and information management fields and certification in a developing profession in which practitioners have limited access to relevant upgrading.
REGULATIONS FOR THE CERTIFICATE IN RECORDS AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
To be eligible for the Certificate in Records and Information Management a student must complete the following:
1) Business 2000, 3700; Computer Science 2801 or 2650 (or equivalent); Mathematics 1080 (or equivalent); Records Management 1000*, 1001, 1100*, 2000*.
2) Two courses chosen from Business 5700, 6700; Political Science 3540,
3741; Municipal Administration 1701, 2705.
RECORDS MANAGEMENT COURSES
Certificate courses are specially designed courses relating to specific areas of study for which no equivalent degree credit course exists and are not applicable towards an existing diploma or degree program.
1001. System and Functions in Records Management. This
course covers responsibilities of a records manager and a records office;
staff; training; managing unusual formats, such as engineering drawings, maps
and photographs; records centres; security of records and office safety; procedures
manuals and user guides; and micrographics and archival management.
Prerequisite: Records Management 1000*.
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