Voted the number 1 educational session at the 2017 ARMA Intl. Conference in Orlando!!
In this certificate program you will acquire the research and appraisal skills necessary for developing a records retention schedule or revising an existing one. A detailed methodology will help you learn how to schedule both electronic and analog records and how to employ project management techniques for allocating resources. The skills you learn will also apply to assessing and monitoring retention schedules developed by external consultants. The program concludes with a case study that illustrates the learning points and helps you more thoroughly grasp the methodology.
Sofia Empel, Ph.D., IGP, CRM, CDIA+, is the Director, Information Governance at Cotiviti LLC, an analytics and payment integrity company.
Lucy Rieger, CRM, is President of Records Update, Inc. Learning Objectives:
Upon completing this seminar, you will be able to: - Utilize research and appraisal skills necessary for developing a records retention schedule or revising an exist one. - Schedule both electronic and analog records employing project management techniques for allocating resources. - Assess and monitor retention schedules developed by external consultants.
Your registration includes:
Attendance to Retention Program Development Certificate seminar
All learning materials for the course, including presentation slides, course exercises, and a step-by-step guide for developing and updating records retention schedules
ARMA Certificate Exam (will be available within two business days of course completion)
ARMA-NJ Chapter Networking Reception where program participants will have the opportunity to mingle with each other, industry leaders, and members of the New Jersey Chapter