Records Retention Scheduling- University of Toronto – January 29, 2015
I will be teaching this course as part of University of Toronto’s Certificate in Records Management Fundamentals. Note that this course and the certificate is identical to previous years, but instead of being offered by the U of T iSchool Institute, it is now part of the School of Continuing Studies. More information regarding this change can be found in this blog post.
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This course introduces the benefits of records retention schedules, identifies the value(s) a record series may possess, presents a recommended process for scheduling retention periods, and identifies records retention and disposition processes including “legal holds”. This course also addresses the importance of securing compliance with approved retention periods. Upon completion students will be able to:
- Describe the benefits of a records retention schedule.
- Plan the development of a retention schedule.
- Appraise the value(s) of a record series.
- Identify records retention and disposition processes.
- Explain the importance of retention schedule compliance.
The official course description is here, and includes links for online registration.