Course Objective

To provide participants with an understanding of the DIRS/DIRKS process and knowledge as to the
purpose, function and requirements of DIRS/DIRKS Steps A, B and C. The workshop is structured to be
of particular value to individuals and teams considering using and implementing the DIRS/DIRKS
methodology within their organisation.

Course Outcome

  • Participants will acquire an understanding of the DIRS/DIRKS process and knowledge as to the purpose, function and requirements of DIRS/DIRKS Steps A, B and C.

Course Content

  • What is ISO15489
  • The DIRS/DIRKS Process
  • Overview of Steps A, B and C
  • Introduction to Step A, the purpose, how to conduct and the required outcomes
  • Introduction to Step B, the purpose, how to conduct and the required outcomes and
  • Introduction to Step C, the purpose, how to conduct and the required outcomes The workshop will also examine the connection and interaction between Steps A, B and C.

Methodology

The course is conducted in a classroom facilitator lead format with interactive questioning and group work activities. Exercises in developing an Implementation Strategy for each steps including – written tests at the end of each individual Step session. The course is conducted with a minimum of 5 participants.

Duration

1 day

Who should attend?

The intended audience for this workshop includes Corporate Services Managers, Records and Document Managers, Archives Officers and other Information Management professionals requiring the knowledge of DIRS/DIRKS methodology.

Cost

$400 per person (plus GST) with all course material supplied.
Price subject to change without notification.