Training for Texas Government Records Managers
The mission of the Records Management Assistance Unit training program is to provide foundational records management training to state agencies and local governments. Face-to-face and online sessions are designed to assist agency heads, elected officials, records management officers and other staff establish and administer efficient records management programs.
Please use the menu to the left to find out more about our training opportunities.
"Disaster Recovery and Salvage for Government Records" - May 22, 2014 - 10:00-11:00 AM. When disaster strikes, will you know what to do? This course addresses physical recovery and legal obligations for government records facing common threats like flood, insects, and mold. Learn strategies for emergency and disaster planning and prevention, records storage, and recovery/restoration contracting. Hands-on salvage techniques are discussed for paper, books, and photographic materials, with additional focus on electronic media and decision-making priorities. (Register)
Latest Archived Webinars:
Note: Clicking the links below will direct you to the login screen for our online learning system. You will need to either create a free account, log in to your existing account, or click the "Login as a guest" button to proceed to the desired course.
- 3/27/14: "The 5 W's of Planning an Imaging Project, Part 2 - Who and How" (Online Course with Recording/Handouts)
- 3/20/14: "The 5 W's of Planning an Imaging Project, Part 1 - What, When, and Why" (Online Course with Recording/Handouts)
- 2/6/14: "Automating Records Management with EDRMS" (Online Course with Recording/Handouts)
- 12/11/13: "Using Microfilm for Preserving Electronic Records" (Online Course with Recording/Handouts)