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Seminar on Records Management in Small and Medium Enterprises (SME 617)

By: Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON)  

Lagos State, Nigeria

17 - 19 Oct, 2016  3 days

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NGN 50,000

At the end of the seminar, participants should be able to:

  • Justify the need for safety of records in their organizations;
  • Identify records as the cornerstone of management information network;
  • Sort, keep and maintain records effectively;
  • Identify various forms of records and their relevance to their organisations.

Seminar Contents:

  • Basic Management Principles and Concepts
  • Records Management Concepts and Practices
  • Classification and indexing of Records
  • Organization and Management of Registries
  • Management of Financial Record
  • Disposal of Records
  • Management of Records Center
  • Computer Application to Records Management
  • Syndicate Exercises.

Target Audience             

The course is designed for, records officers in small and medium enterprises officers with responsibility for management and maintenance of records  systems in both public and private sector; officer who work in either public or private archives research officers individuals who intends to start or already operating in small and medium enterprises.

Methodology:  Lecturette, Power Point Presentation, Discussion and Syndicate Exercises.

ASCON Complex, Topo, Badagry Oct 17 - 19 Oct, 2016
NGN 50,000.00(Per Participant)
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Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON)

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