Introduction to Records and Archives

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Introduction to Records and Archives is the first of six courses in the Keeping Archives eLearning suite.

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • explain the concepts of archives, records and recordkeeping
  • explain the role of records and archives in society
  • list the common elements of recordkeeping and archives programs, and
  • describe the work of recordkeeping professionals today.

Click here to register for the course.

Click here to access our ASA Introductory Package. (more details please see below)

This course is suitable for:

  • ASA members seeking CPD training
  • New archivists or allied professionals working in archives and records
  • Archives volunteers seeking a comprehensive introduction
  • Government employees working in records and archives departments
  • Students seeking to extend their vocational or university study
PRICING: Introduction to records and archives course
  • ASA Members: $10 admin fee only
  • Non-members: $200 (special introductory rate)
  • Non-members can also take up our great value $440 ASA Introductory Package, available while stocks last:
    • Introduction to records and archives eLearning course (value $200)
    • 1 year Individual Membership of the ASA (value $290)
    • 1 CD-ROM Keeping Archives III (value $125)
PRICING: For all other courses and group pricing options:
  • ASA Members: $200 each course
  • Non-Members: $300 each course or
  • Register for all 6 eLearning courses and save: Members $800, Non-Members $1500.
  • Multi-user licences for organisations are also available. Please contact us directly to enquire about this offer.