UPDATE: RIM Professional Development White Paper

UPDATE: RIM Professional Development White Paper

We substantially revised our RIM Professional Development in Canada: Records and Information Management Competencies, Positions, Education, and Certifications white paper which was originally published as a fall 2013 supplement to Carswell’s Records and Information Management service.

In addition to updating URLs, publication titles, statistics, and fees if/as required, several sections of the white paper were significantly revised including the lists and descriptions of AIIM and ARMA International training/certificates, the CRM certification maintenance categories (reduced from 1o to 4 this summer), and the IGP certification maintenance requirements (announced this spring).  For ease of reference, all substantive revisions are highlighted.

We hope existing and future RIM practitioners and employers will continue to find this unique resource helpful.  We plan to continue updating it at least once per year for the benefit of the (Canadian) RIM community.

You can view the white paper in our Published Articles section of this site, or view/download it directly here.

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