* Tuition subject to change without notice. Textbooks are not included in tuition.
Records Managers are important to organizations with large data repositories, primarily health care and government. There is also demand in banking, multi-national industry, legal firms and academic institutions. Being a recent graduate trained in the latest technologies is an advantage for administrative assistants who are seeking work with companies that must make their documents secure, searchable, and compliant.
Currently, the outlook for record management professionals is above average for those working in the health care field. First, the health care industry is growing as the population ages, and more people are required in all areas. Second, according to the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science, health organizations are currently converting patient records from paper to electronic format and are therefore finding a need for employees that have specialized skills in information management.
View the entrance requirements on the UFV Academic Calendar.
Quick and easy retrieval of information is an essential part of an organization’s success. Information and records managers help organizations control systematically their most vital information. Learn the industry standards and best practices to sort, classify, maintain, and archive all forms of electronic and print documents.
*Students may take MS Excel Level I in lieu of Spreadsheets: Excel
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Assessment is reflective of classroom participation, assignments, study projects, practicum and examination results.
In order to qualify for the two-week practicum, you must have successfully completed all modules and met the attendance requirements.
When you qualify for a practicum, UFV Continuing Education will assign you a practicum that provides you with meaningful work-like experience and exposure to the field of Records Management.
Practicum placements reflect the business practices of the practicum host, which includes placement during standard business hours. Transportation to the practicum site is your responsibility and may require travel outside your community of residence. If you refuse an assigned practicum site you will need to find your own site and obtain departmental approval prior to the start of your practicum.
Please discuss any barriers that may affect your practicum assignment with UFV Continuing Education immediately after registration.
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