3 Records Management Classes at GWU in May!

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George Washington University Center for Professional Development

CWRM 174 Introduction to Project Management for Records Managers Project managers work to deliver change in today's new flatter and more communications-oriented organizations. Using practical exercises, this course reviews the discipline of project management as it applies to information and records management projects. Learn new methods to boost your competitive edge and achieve your organizational goals by applying the principles of project management.

Section F CRN: 21791 Dates: May 2-May 4, 2001 Times: Wednesday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm CEUs: 2.1 Cost: $1130 Instructor: Alice Gannon, CRM, PMP

# CWRM 206

Document Management Software and Systems Determine why and how many companies are deciding to manage business documents in electronic format. Obtain in-depth information about the software and hardware technology required to implement an electronic document management system (EDMS). Determine which software may be of most interest to your organization. Gain firsthand knowledge of software features through demonstration.

Section F CRN: 21795 Dates: May 21-May 22 Times: Monday-Tuesday 8:30 am-4:30 pm CEUs: 1.4 Cost: $935 Instructor: John T. Phillips, CRM See http://www.gwu.edu/~cce/programs/records_mgt/main4.html

George Washington University Center for Professional Development

A new Course in Information and Records Management! # CWRM 399 Best Global Practices in Records and Information Management The development and implementation of national and international standards and best practices is one of the most significant developments in the field of records and information management today. This seminar is designed to acquaint students with these technical standards and best practices and how to implement them. A variety of existing and new national and global standards covering various aspects of records and document management will be presented. The seminar will conclude with several case studies prioritizing practical implementation methodologies.

Section F CRN: # 21788 Dates: May 17-May 18 Times: Thursday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm CEUs: 1.4 Cost: $935 Instructor: David O. Stephens, CRM See: http://www.gwu.edu/~cce/programs/records_mgt/main4.html

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