The Corporate Information Management Unit develops and offers training to all Government of New Brunswick employees. These courses have been developed to support employees in using the proper practices when managing government records and information regardless of format.

The Corporate Information Management Unit is constantly evaluating the courses offered to ensure employees have the training they require to manage one of the government’s most valuable assets – its information!

If you require customized training to meet your departmental records and information needs, please contact us to make arrangements.

Please continue to check this web page for future course announcements!

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pdf Basic Information Management

This two-day course is designed for government employees who have been given the responsibility for managing recorded information within their departments. This course is delivered in a classroom setting. It focuses on:

  • Understanding the importance of managing recorded information and learning practical techniques for good records management.
  • Organizing records, regardless of format or medium, in a classification structure to ensure access and retrieval to authorized users.
  • Providing information to develop proper records retention and disposition schedules and applying disposition to records.
  • Sending records to the Records Centre.
  • Retrieving records from the Records Centre.
*Please note this course includes the “Using Records Centre Services” component.

To be determined
pdf Using Records Centre Services

This half-day course is designed to instruct employees on how to transfer to and retrieve records from the Records Centre using the inline Records Centre Services system. Topics include:

  • The difference between Archives and Records Centre,
  • Definition of record
  • How to read and apply a records retention schedule,
  • How to prepare records for transfer,
  • How to request a transfer of records, and
  • How to recall files from Records Centre.
To be determined