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Subject: Upcoming NARA Records Management Training Courses in the Great Lakes Region
From: Marybelle Yeazel <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 16 Oct 2008 07:10:31 -0400

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Basic Records Operations
This course describes what to file, how to file it, and how to remove
files no longer needed for current business. It covers the variety of
activities involved in the maintenance and use, as well as the
disposition, of Federal records. It presents practical how-to's in
handling records of various types.
By the end of the course, participants will be able toDefine Federal
records and distinguish them from nonrecord materials and personal
papers; Reduce unnecessary filing; Know basic files management
principles to administer office records; Inventory records; Apply
records disposition schedules; your agency's and the General Records
Schedules; and Transfer non-current records to records centers 
Who should attend?
The target audience for this course is records liaisons, secretaries,
files custodians, and others who maintain records as part of their jobs.
It could be an introduction to records handling or a refresher course.
The course is designed for those needing the task-oriented records
management basics, but who are not planning to complete the Certificate
courses of study or manage a records program.
Length - One day Cost: $150
December 9, 2008    Chicago, IL   
January 14, 2009        Columbus, OH
Electronic Records Management
The course is designed to provide the skills and knowledge needed to
manage electronic records throughout the records lifecycle, and to take
steps required to transition from a paper to an electronic records
On completion of the Electronic Records Management course, participants
will be able to:Define key terms related to electronic records
management Describe the advantages and limitation of electronic records
Identify laws, regulations and legal policies and practices that impact
electronic recordkeeping requirements in the Federal agency Recognize
the necessity of involving Information Technology (IT) professionals in
records management Identify recordkeeping requirements for electronic
records Describe the characteristics of electronic records to consider
when determining scheduling and disposition instructions Develop
policies and procedures for managing e-records Build recordkeeping
functionality into electronic systems 
Who Should Attend?
The course is designed for anyone who has basic records management
experience, but is less familiar with electronic recordkeeping; and is
responsible for developing or updating agency records schedules, or
whose work involves developing records retention requirements for
electronic records and information systems. It is not intended to be a
general introduction to Records Management.
Length: 2 days Cost: $300
December 10-11, 2008    Chicago, IL
 Register for workshops through: information, contact
Marybelle Yeazel at 937-425-0624 or [log in to unmask] for Ohio
courses or Joseph Suster at 773-948-9040 or  [log in to unmask] for
Illinois courses. 

Marybelle Yeazel
Archives Specialist
Records Management  (RM) Team
National Archives & Records Administration
Great Lakes Region-Dayton
3150 Springboro Rd.
Dayton, OH  45439
"Your life is an occasion,  rise to it!"


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