Records Management Training Opportunities
Subscribe to VA-ROL for announcements of upcoming LVA-sponsored workshops.
*NEW!* Records officers are invited to join us on April 16 for Educate, Participate, & Motivate: Making the Most of Your Records Program.
Visit the Library of Virginia's Records Management playlist on YouTube for short videos covering a range of topics, including:
- Introduction to the Virginia Public Records Act (VPRA)
- What is a public record?
- Filling out the Certificate of Records Destruction (RM-3 Form)
To schedule on-site training, contact your records analyst. There is no cost associated with training, however, you must guarantee a minimum of 30 participants in order for an analyst to travel outside the metro Richmond area. Analysts are also available to speak to professional groups and at conferences.
So who will we be training next, and where have we been?
April 22 - Arlington County
April 29 - Office of the Attorney General
May 19 - Virginia Local Government Auditors' Association
June 18 - Virginia Laserfiche User Group
July 8 - Longwood University
August 20 - Virginia Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts
October 16 - Local Government Paralegal Association of Virginia
Intergovernmental Preparedness for Essential Records (IPER) was an eight week webinar aimed at helping state and local offices identify and prioritize essential records and create a disaster plan. The course is now available in a generic format, and may be reviewed and completed online in your own time.
Other professional organizations offer records management training. The Library of Virginia is not responsible for the content or accuracy of the information available on the following Web sites.