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The California State Archives and the California Department of General
Services are offering training on essential records during March of this
year. Beginning on March 6, 2012, a four-session webinar will be offered
on consecutive Tuesdays from 1:00-2:30 (March 6th, 13th, 20th, and
27th). This training is offered free of charge.

The Essential Records course teaches participants to:
*	identify and prioritize critical business needs and records;
*	assess risks to their records and identify protection
strategies;
*	outline an essential records plan; and
*	understand applicable federal, state, and local COOP regulations
and procedures.

The course is approved and certified by FEMA and is recommended for
FEMA's Professional Continuity Professional Level I certificate. The
International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) will grant one
Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) Experience point or one Master Municipal
Clerk (MMC) Advanced Education point for each course.  The webinar also
counts toward the Local Government Archives and Records Administration
Certificate offered by the National Association of Government Archives
and Records Administrators (NAGARA).

Those unfamiliar with basic records management concepts and terminology
are encouraged to take the 90-minute self-directed course, Introduction
to Records and Information Management (RIM), before enrolling in this
webinar. It is available free of charge at
www.StateArchivists.org/iper/RIM. The Introduction to RIM course
presents key records management tools and procedures and explains how
they support disaster preparedness and continuity of operations.

To secure a spot in the webinar, contact Sherrie Lujan at
[log in to unmask] and provide your name, name of organization,
phone number, and email address. You will receive additional information
about preparing for the webinar and connecting to the program from your
PC and telephone once you have signed up.

This webinar is intended for California organizations.	

______________________
Laren Metzer
Deputy State Archivist
California State Archives
Office of the Secretary of State
1020 "O" Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 653-3834
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