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Records Management Training

Seminars

DLIS hopes to resume in-person, full-day seminars at a future date.

Contact [email protected] to discuss virtual training options.

Records management seminars

  • Teach basic records management principles and best practices.
  • For individuals with records management responsibilities.
  • For individuals employed by newly created public agencies.
  • Good refresher course in records management.
  • Various locations around the state; classes last all day.

Webinars

Records management webinars:

  • Provide your agency with an efficient and economical alternative to on-site training in a few hours.
  • Available upon request; can be tailored to your agency’s specific needs.
  • Overview of Florida’s Public Records Law.
  • Methods of records inventory.
  • How to determine retention and disposition requirements.

On-site presentations and consultations 

On-site presentations 

  • Teach records management principles and best practices. 
  • Offer in-person opportunities for questions and discussion. 
  • For agency officials and employees with records management responsibilities. 
  • For agency officials and employees of newly-created public agencies. 
  • For organizations whose members are Florida public agency employees or officials. 

Consultations 

  • Review agency’s records management programs and practices. 
  • Provide advice, guidance and recommendations based on agency’s specific conditions and requirements. 
  • For Florida public agencies and institutions.  

Read more about presentations and consultations, their fees and more.   

Contact [email protected] to request:  

  • An on-site training presentation for your agency or professional organization. 
  • An on-site consultation for your agency. 

Total Recall Training

Training for the Total Recall system can include: 

imls180.for.panel.jpgMany of these resources and programs are funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Florida's LSTA program is administered by the Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services.

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