ARMA Vancouver Island Chapter welcomes you to a special forum for the North Vancouver Island records management staff. Please join us for an experience to build new relationships in the industry, grow your professional network and share resources. An expert panel will be available to help answer those questions that are most important to you.This event is hosted by the Comox Valley Regional District Records Management Team. Please join us!
When: Thursday, November 23, 2017
Time: 10:00 am until 4:00 pm Where: CVRD Board Room, Comox Valley Regional District, 550B Comox Rd, Courtenay, BCCost, etc.
Cost: $40 (includes lunch and snacks).
Please note: Registration is limited to 50 participants; please get your registration in soon to secure a seat. Deadline for registration is Noon, Friday, November 17, 2017.
Refunds will be issued up to and including Thursday, November 16, 2017.
9:30 – 10:00 Registration, Set-Up and Caffeine
10:00 – 10:20 Welcome & Introductions – Andrea Sutherland
10:20 – 10:40 Introduction to ARMA Vancouver Island – Dave Young
10:40 – 11:00 Calories & Caffeine
11:00 – 12:00 Introduction to Records Management – Jon Weston
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch (Provided)
1:00 – 1:45 Generally Accepted Record-Keeping Principles – Ken Oldenburger
1:45 – 2:30 Reviewing the Core Competencies – Dave Young
2:30 – 2:45 Calories & Caffeine
2:45 – 4:00 Bring Your Records Management Questions – Speakers Panel
Register at Eventbrite. Please contact Andrea Sutherland (250-334-6070, or firstname.lastname@example.org ) with any questions you have, or to inform us about any dietary restrictions.
Introduction to Records Management – Jon Weston Jon Weston will be discussing basic records management rationales and procedures with a primary focus on paper records. This presentation is tailored specifically to the local government environment and will introduce and answer questions about records classification and retention schedules (RCRS) as well as document destruction, document scanning, litigation risks, cost savings, and other records management and information governance fundamentals.
An Introduction to the Generally Accepted Record-Keeping (GARP) Principles – Ken Oldenburger What are the Principles of records management? Accountability, Transparency, Integrity, Protection, Compliance, Availability, Retention, and Disposition. So what does that mean? Please download and bring a free copy of the Generally Accepted Record-Keeping Principles and Maturity Model with you when you come.
Reviewing the Core Competencies – Dave Young Just as the GARP Principles can help you assess the maturity of an organization’s information governance, the Competencies provide an outline to assess the capacity of an individual records manager. Whether as an aid to hiring or to guide your own education, the Competencies provide a useful overview of the knowledge and skills required of a records manager. A copy of the Core Competencies can be downloaded using this link (No longer accessible) (ARMA Members: Free & Non-Members:$30).
Dave Young is the Records Management Archivist for the University of Victoria. Prior to that he was a Records Management and Freedom of Information consultant for many public sector agencies. www.linkedin.com/in/RMDaveJon Weston has been involved in a wide range of activities in the records management field for over ten years, including speaking at seminars, lecturing at universities, organizing national and regional conferences, chairing local government committees, and serving in various capacities on the board of his local ARMA chapter, including two terms as chapter president. However, his occupational specialty has always been configuring, implementing, and supporting records & document management software packages. To that end, he has been involved in projects with provincial, regional and local governments, First Nations organizations, financial institutions, and both private and public-sector organizations.Ken Oldenburger has been consulting in Records Management and Information Governance for over 20 years and has experience in every aspect of RM with emphasis on Records Classification and Retention Schedule design, Policies and Procedures, Implementation and Training. Ken is certified in Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles (TM) and has conducted numerous RM assessments and strategic plans.