IMMAC Leadership and Management Consultancy And Training Centre

Electronic Records Management

The Electronic Records Management (ERM) training is tailor-made to provide a detailed in-depth understanding of modern electronic records management for all the employees involved in records management across a wide range of organisations ranging from private to public sectors. The program is designed to enhance efficiency and effectiveness of the employees in the records management spectrum. Our delegates will always appreciate the positive contribution to their personal profile upon completion of this course

Directors, Librarians, senior managers, Executive Secretaries &PA’s, records officers/managers, Account officers information officers, knowledge managers, IT Officers ICT directors, Business Managers and other personnel involved in record keeping or managing systems for record keeping

  • Procurement/Purchasing Officers
  • Procurement/Purchasing managers
  • Senior buyers
  • Chief procurement/buyers
  • Anyone responsible for purchasing at a senior level who seeks to enhance their skills further
  • Finance Executives
  • Suppliers of goods and services to public entities
  • Marketing executives wanting to explore the public sector demand market


  • Acquire knowledge on how to manage, implement and effectively run the ERM system
  • Enhance business capability and skill through professional record keeping
  • Understand Classification Schemes, Metadata, Security, Retention and Disposal.
  • Know the implementation and related processes such as Information Survey, Business Requirements, Business Case, and Roll Out.
  • Understand modern electronic filing systems
  • Have knowledge of a safe and ongoing method of records storage
  • Create policies and guidance to implement systematic improvements
  • Value the importance of electronically storing records
  • Understand the intensity of electronically storing records
  • Align organisational record keeping strategies with technology
  • Conduct information surveys
  • Develop sustainable strategies to manage and preserve records
  • Create policies and guidance to implement systematic improvements
  • Understand strategies to follow in order to effectively manage information
  • Understand the extent to which various types of information can be stored
  • Develop further knowledge on electronic storage hardware and software
  • Classify different types of records as well as the storage measures
  • Develop knowledge of various electronic management systems
  • Have knowledge to develop your own organisation's electronic support tools