- Seminars & Webinars
Seminars & Webinars
IRCH offers seminars and webinars covering various topics of professional interest in the records retention development and legal areas. Previous topics include:
- Legal Requirements for Records and Information Management Programs
- Legal Requirements for Microfilm, Computer and Optical Disk Records
- Legal and Operational Requirements for Records Retention Programs
- None scheduled at this time. Please check back for future scheduling information.
- What You Need to Know and Do in Response to Changes in the Law (Webinar)
- Legal Requirements for Records Retention . . . The Three-Year Presumption! (Webinar)
- The Dangers in Failing to Manage a Retention Program (Webinar)
- Making the Records Retention Decision – Advanced Subjects (Webinar)
Seminar presentations are available for your group, company or professional organization, either onsite or online. Our staff are available for seminar presentations on existing topics which can be customized for your group or meeting.
Please contact us to discuss seminar or webinar opportunities for your next group or organizational meeting. Upcoming seminars/webinars will be listed here as they are scheduled.
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“Defensible compliance is the mainstay of an effective records retention schedule. Solid legal regulation support is essential for developing compliant schedules which Retention Manager™ delivers.
I use the retention legal research database of over 16,000 citations as foundation for my clients’ retention schedules. Legal research updates are issued regularly and are easily integrated into the existing research. The legal group and retention rule “assignments” organizes relevant regulations into “buckets” for easy retention schedule development.
The Retention Manager™ method incorporates legal, business/operational value, and industry-standard considerations for retention decisions. Realistic retention periods are used to comply with regulatory and operational requirements.”
Su D. A. Graham, CRM, MLS