Large organisations have sophisticated records management systems. Start a career in this specialist professional field with the Certificate III in Business (Records and Information Management). Learn about the control, retrieval and disposal of records, as well as the legislation and codes that apply to the record keeping sector.
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Please note that subjects and specific units of competency on offer will vary and may change during your enrolment
Elective subjects may apply and will be determined during the induction process
Learn to develop a good writing style for creating standard business documents such as basic letters, invoices, memos, messages and emails. You will also get tips on reviewing, proofreading and editing documents, as well as how to safely save and store them. Practical activities ensure that you have the necessary skills to organise information, communicate with work colleagues responding to and working effectively with individual differences.
Maintaining Records look at the way records are captured, stored and received and addresses concepts like meta data and sort order as well as the security and legislative requirements are needed when maintaining records.
Being able to organise personal work priorities is an essential job skill in every industry. This Subject will teach you how to set and meet work priorities through effective time management and planning your work schedule. Also learn the importance of professional development activities to chart your career growth.
Work Health & Safety policies, procedures and compliance are the focus of this safety subject. The subject looks at identifying key safety practices in a workplace. It covers workplace evacuations as well as identifying relevant safety training and procedures that may be required. It covers a foundation in the legal obligations and is a good solid base for understanding safety responsibilities. It involves a range of workplace activities like a safety inspection.
This subject covers record keeping functions and policies within the specialised field of Records Management. Focusing on the legislative requirements of records management, their creation and retrieval, and controlling those records to ensure accurate tracking for audit.
Significant cost savings can be made by managing workplace processes and technology in a sustainable way. This subject looks at ways to encourage team members to think innovatively and apply critical thinking skills to generate solutions to workplace problems in a team environment. The overall aim being to identify improvements and apply "green" practices that benefit the business as well as the environment. This subject involves working collaboratively with your College Student Adviser on a project based assessment.
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1,320* - $
8 months is allowed as the standard part time enrolment term for the Certificate III in Business (Records and Information Management) course.
Students who are able to commit more time to their course can finish earlier; while Traineeship terms may be longer.
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