Our education and training materials are listed below. You can download them in Word or PDF without charge. We can provide hard copies, but we must recover our costs. Please acknowledge the IRMT when you use the materials. Please do not charge others for using the material without our permission.
Training in Electronic Records Management (2009)
The TERM Programme covers the key concepts involved in managing electronic records. It comprises five hundred pages of training material, including five training modules, a volume of Additional Resources for Electronic Records Management, a Glossary and a set of Good Practice Indicators for Integrating Records Management in ICT Systems. There also are six case studies.
|Integrating Records Management in ICT Systems: Good Practice Indicators|
|Glossary of Terms|
|Implementing Electronic Records Management|
|Designing a Records Management Improvement Programme|
|Integrating Records Management in the Systems Development Life Cycle|
Management of Public Sector Records Study Programme (1999)
The MPSR Programme covers all phases of the records lifecycle, or continuum of records management, as well as the application of these principles and practices to financial, human resource and hospital and court records. The programme comprises about 4000 pages of training material, including 18 teaching/study training modules, case studies, good practice manuals and associated educational materials. While the materials address public sector record-keeping issues, they also are useful for records management in the private sector.
There is a Spanish adaptation, in two volumes, of some of the study material, which is described at the end of this list.
Spanish Adaptation of the Study Programme (2003, 2004)
The University of Montevideo in Uruguay has drawn on the MPSR study programme to produced two volumes of material in Spanish. We are grateful to the National Archives of Uruguay (Archivo General de la Nacion Uruguay), for kind permission to make the Spanish material available free of charge.
For more information, contact:
Archivo General de la Universidad
18 de Julio 1824 P.1.
11200 Montevideo, Uruguay