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Training Courses & Discounts

The following companies provide discounts to IRMS members for their Information and Records Management courses and events: 

We are always looking for more training partners, if you are a training provider and are interested in partnering with us, please contact our Training Director.

A list of upcoming courses and events is shown below. Please note that the discounts offered are only available to active IRMS members - if you would like to attend an event and take advantage of a discount, please contact the provider directly via their website. Providing your IRMS membership number will assist the company but is not essential as members are verified with us before your booking is confirmed. 

For any further queries surrounding membership and discounts please email our admin team.

Upcoming Courses and Events

Data Quality and Clinical Coding for Improvement **CANCELLED**

Monday 2 October 2017
De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

This conference focuses on improving data quality and clinical coding in hospitals to deliver clinically meaningful information that can be used by commissioners and providers to demonstrate quality, patient safety and act as an early warning system for poor or declining performance.

For further information and to book your place visit

http://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/nhs-data-quality-clinical-coding-trainingor email nicki@hc-uk.org.uk

Follow this conference on Twitter #clinicalcoding

Our 10% discount is available by quoting ref: HCUK10IRMS  when booking.(*Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.  Full T&Cs available upon request.)

Delivering a Paperless NHS: Intelligent Electronic Document Management in Healthcare

Monday 9 October 2017
De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

This one day conference focuses on a practical guide to delivering intelligent electronic document management and becoming a paperless organisation. Following a national update from Prof Jonathan Kay, Clinical Informatics Director at The Royal College of Physicians, the conference will outline a number of different strategies for the implementation of EDM and look at key issues including the legal framework and information governance. 

For further information and to book your place visit

http://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/intelligent-electronic-document-management-in-healthcare or emailkerry@hc-uk.org.uk

Follow the conference on Twitter #NHSEDM

Our 10% discount is available by quoting ref: HCUK10IRMS  when booking.(*Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.  Full T&Cs available upon request.)

Caldicott Guardian Leadership Summit 2017

Wednesday 18 October 2017
The Studio Conference Centre, Birmingham

Healthcare Conferences UK in association with Christopher Fincken, 2013-2017 Chair of the UK Caldicott Guardian Council are pleased to announce the National Caldicott Guardian Leadership Summit 2017. Following the success of our previous Caldicott Guardian National Conferences, and feedback from our regular Caldicott Training Masterclasses, this conference will focus on developing your role as a Caldicott Guardian and developing your skills in leading the Caldicott function in your organization.

For further information and to book your place visit

http://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/caldicott-guardians-national-conference or email hanisha@hc-uk.org.uk

Follow this conference on Twitter #CaldicottGuardian

Our 10% discount is available by quoting ref: HCUK10IRMS  when booking.(*Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.  Full T&Cs available upon request.)

Electronic Prescribing in Mental Health

Wednesday 18 October 2017
The Studio Conference Centre, Birmingham

This conference will focus on planning, developing and implementing clinically led electronic prescribing systems in a mental health setting – both inpatient and community. Through nationalupdates, and practical case studies from organisations with a proven track record of effective implementation the conference will support you to improve patient care through delivering and improving the effectiveness of electronic prescribing systems within your mental health service.

For further information and to book your place visit

http://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/electronic-prescribing-in-mental-health or email hanisha@hc-uk.org.uk

Follow this conference on Twitter #eprescribingMH

Our 10% discount is available by quoting ref: HCUK10IRMS  when booking.(*Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.  Full T&Cs available upon request.)

Records Management 1 - PDP Training
Thursday, 07 September 2017
Edinburgh
Organisations face increasing pressure to manage their records according to statutory and business requirements. As the use of electronic records and the deployment of electronic document and records management systems continue to increase, the core skills of the person responsible for records management become ever more important to the organisation. In many cases, appropriate data protection and FOI compliance will depend upon a good records management system. 

This invaluable training session, led by John Wilson, examines core concepts of good records management practice. 

Records Management 1 is an introductory level session that provides delegates with a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of records management, including:

·  introduction - basic concepts

·  records management tools

·  records lifecycle approach

·  designing a file plan

·  records destruction

·  legal framework / compliance

·  management of electronic records and email

Delegates are encouraged to share their own experiences at the session. The day will be a mixture of presentation and practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions. 

A discount is available for delegates booking both Records Management 1 and Records Management 2

Further information and booking details

http://www.pdptraining.com/find-a-training-course/56-records-management-1

Records Management 2 - PDP Training
Friday, 8 September 2017
Edinburgh
This course examines how to implement good records management practice. Led by John Wilson, Records Management 2 is an intermediate level session that provides a grounding in the fundamentals of records management, including:

         - introduction - initiating a records management project

         - records audit

         - process mapping

         - building a business classification scheme

         - measuring performance

         - EDRMS

         - sustaining a records management programme

Delegates are encouraged to share their own experiences at the session. The day will be a mixture of presentation and practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions.

Delegates electing to attend only the Records Management 2 course should have a knowledge of basic records management principles including classification, metadata and retention, which are covered in the Records Management 1 training course. 

A discount is available for delegates booking both Records Management 1 and Records Management 2

Further information and booking details

http://www.pdptraining.com/find-a-training-course/123-records-management-2

Records Management 1 - PDP Training
Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Manchester
Organisations face increasing pressure to manage their records according to statutory and business requirements. As the use of electronic records and the deployment of electronic document and records management systems continue to increase, the core skills of the person responsible for records management become ever more important to the organisation. In many cases, appropriate data protection and FOI compliance will depend upon a good records management system. 

This invaluable training session, led by John Wilson, examines core concepts of good records management practice. 

Records Management 1 is an introductory level session that provides delegates with a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of records management, including:

·  introduction - basic concepts

·  records management tools

·  records lifecycle approach

·  designing a file plan

·  records destruction

·  legal framework / compliance

·  management of electronic records and email

Delegates are encouraged to share their own experiences at the session. The day will be a mixture of presentation and practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions. 

A discount is available for delegates booking both Records Management 1 and Records Management 2

Further information and booking details

http://www.pdptraining.com/find-a-training-course/56-records-management-1

Records Management 2 - PDP Training
Thursday, 14 September 2017
Manchester
This course examines how to implement good records management practice. Led by John Wilson, Records Management 2 is an intermediate level session that provides a grounding in the fundamentals of records management, including:

         - introduction - initiating a records management project

         - records audit

         - process mapping

         - building a business classification scheme

         - measuring performance

         - EDRMS

         - sustaining a records management programme

Delegates are encouraged to share their own experiences at the session. The day will be a mixture of presentation and practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions.

Delegates electing to attend only the Records Management 2 course should have a knowledge of basic records management principles including classification, metadata and retention, which are covered in the Records Management 1 training course. 

A discount is available for delegates booking both Records Management 1 and Records Management 2

Further information and booking details

http://www.pdptraining.com/find-a-training-course/123-records-management-2

Records Management 1 - PDP Training
Wednesday, 11 October 2017
Belfast
Organisations face increasing pressure to manage their records according to statutory and business requirements. As the use of electronic records and the deployment of electronic document and records management systems continue to increase, the core skills of the person responsible for records management become ever more important to the organisation. In many cases, appropriate data protection and FOI compliance will depend upon a good records management system. 

This invaluable training session, led by John Wilson, examines core concepts of good records management practice. 

Records Management 1 is an introductory level session that provides delegates with a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of records management, including:

·  introduction - basic concepts

·  records management tools

·  records lifecycle approach

·  designing a file plan

·  records destruction

·  legal framework / compliance

·  management of electronic records and email

Delegates are encouraged to share their own experiences at the session. The day will be a mixture of presentation and practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions. 

A discount is available for delegates booking both Records Management 1 and Records Management 2

Further information and booking details

http://www.pdptraining.com/find-a-training-course/56-records-management-1

Records Management 2 - PDP Training
Thursday, 12 October 2017
Belfast
This course examines how to implement good records management practice. Led by John Wilson, Records Management 2 is an intermediate level session that provides a grounding in the fundamentals of records management, including:

         - introduction - initiating a records management project

         - records audit

         - process mapping

         - building a business classification scheme

         - measuring performance

         - EDRMS

         - sustaining a records management programme

Delegates are encouraged to share their own experiences at the session. The day will be a mixture of presentation and practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions.

Delegates electing to attend only the Records Management 2 course should have a knowledge of basic records management principles including classification, metadata and retention, which are covered in the Records Management 1 training course. 

A discount is available for delegates booking both Records Management 1 and Records Management 2

Further information and booking details

http://www.pdptraining.com/find-a-training-course/123-records-management-2

Records Management 1 - PDP Training
Thursday, 19 October 2017
Bristol
Organisations face increasing pressure to manage their records according to statutory and business requirements. As the use of electronic records and the deployment of electronic document and records management systems continue to increase, the core skills of the person responsible for records management become ever more important to the organisation. In many cases, appropriate data protection and FOI compliance will depend upon a good records management system. 

This invaluable training session, led by John Wilson, examines core concepts of good records management practice. 

Records Management 1 is an introductory level session that provides delegates with a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of records management, including:

·  introduction - basic concepts

·  records management tools

·  records lifecycle approach

·  designing a file plan

·  records destruction

·  legal framework / compliance

·  management of electronic records and email

Delegates are encouraged to share their own experiences at the session. The day will be a mixture of presentation and practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions. 

A discount is available for delegates booking both Records Management 1 and Records Management 2

Further information and booking details

http://www.pdptraining.com/find-a-training-course/56-records-management-1

Records Management 2 - PDP Training
Friday, 20 October 2017
Bristol
This course examines how to implement good records management practice. Led by John Wilson, Records Management 2 is an intermediate level session that provides a grounding in the fundamentals of records management, including:

         - introduction - initiating a records management project

         - records audit

         - process mapping

         - building a business classification scheme

         - measuring performance

         - EDRMS

         - sustaining a records management programme

 Delegates are encouraged to share their own experiences at the session. The day will be a mixture of presentation and practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions.

Delegates electing to attend only the Records Management 2 course should have a knowledge of basic records management principles including classification, metadata and retention, which are covered in the Records Management 1 training course. 

A discount is available for delegates booking both Records Management 1 and Records Management 2

Further information and booking details

http://www.pdptraining.com/find-a-training-course/123-records-management-2

Records Management 1 - PDP Training
Thursday, 2 November 2017
Dublin
Organisations face increasing pressure to manage their records according to statutory and business requirements. As the use of electronic records and the deployment of electronic document and records management systems continue to increase, the core skills of the person responsible for records management become ever more important to the organisation. In many cases, appropriate data protection and FOI compliance will depend upon a good records management system. 

This invaluable training session, led by John Wilson, examines core concepts of good records management practice. 

Records Management 1 is an introductory level session that provides delegates with a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of records management, including:

·  introduction - basic concepts

·  records management tools

·  records lifecycle approach

·  designing a file plan

·  records destruction

·  legal framework / compliance

·  management of electronic records and email

Delegates are encouraged to share their own experiences at the session. The day will be a mixture of presentation and practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions. 

A discount is available for delegates booking both Records Management 1 and Records Management 2

Further information and booking details

http://www.pdptraining.com/find-a-training-course/56-records-management-1


Records Management 2 - PDP Training
Friday, 3 November 2017
Dublin
This course examines how to implement good records management practice. Led by John Wilson, Records Management 2 is an intermediate level session that provides a grounding in the fundamentals of records management, including:

         - introduction - initiating a records management project

         - records audit

         - process mapping

         - building a business classification scheme

         - measuring performance

         - EDRMS

         - sustaining a records management programme

Delegates are encouraged to share their own experiences at the session. The day will be a mixture of presentation and practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions.

Delegates electing to attend only the Records Management 2 course should have a knowledge of basic records management principles including classification, metadata and retention, which are covered in the Records Management 1 training course. 

A discount is available for delegates booking both Records Management 1 and Records Management 2

Further information and booking details

http://www.pdptraining.com/find-a-training-course/123-records-management-2

Advanced Records Management - PDP Training
Wednesday, 22 November 2017
London
This training course, led by John Wilson,  provides an in-depth analysis of the key issues and challenges facing those responsible for the management of records and information in the current business environment. This training session is designed to meet the needs of senior and more experienced practitioners and builds on the basic and intermediate skills and techniques covered on the Records Management 1 and Records Management 2 training courses. Topics covered include:

       - Information governance

       -Dealing with risk

       -Records management policy development

       -Embedding good records management practice

       -Records migration and dealing with legacy records

       -Digital continuity - managing electronic records over time Delegates are encouraged to share their own experiences in the session.

The day will be a mixture of presentation and practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions.course examines how to implement good records management practice. 

Further information and booking details

http://www.pdptraining.com/find-a-training-course/240-advanced-records-management

Records Management 1 - PDP Training
Thursday, 14 December 2017
London
Organisations face increasing pressure to manage their records according to statutory and business requirements. As the use of electronic records and the deployment of electronic document and records management systems continue to increase, the core skills of the person responsible for records management become ever more important to the organisation. In many cases, appropriate data protection and FOI compliance will depend upon a good records management system. 

This invaluable training session, led by John Wilson, examines core concepts of good records management practice. 

Records Management 1 is an introductory level session that provides delegates with a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of records management, including:

·  introduction - basic concepts

·  records management tools

·  records lifecycle approach

·  designing a file plan

·  records destruction

·  legal framework / compliance

·  management of electronic records and email

Delegates are encouraged to share their own experiences at the session. The day will be a mixture of presentation and practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions. 

A discount is available for delegates booking both Records Management 1 and Records Management 2

Further information and booking details

http://www.pdptraining.com/find-a-training-course/56-records-management-1

Records Management 2 - PDP Training
Friday, 15 December 2017
London
This course examines how to implement good records management practice. Led by John Wilson, Records Management 2 is an intermediate level session that provides a grounding in the fundamentals of records management, including:

         - introduction - initiating a records management project

         - records audit

         - process mapping

         - building a business classification scheme

         - measuring performance

         - EDRMS

         - sustaining a records management programme

Delegates are encouraged to share their own experiences at the session. The day will be a mixture of presentation and practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions.

Delegates electing to attend only the Records Management 2 course should have a knowledge of basic records management principles including classification, metadata and retention, which are covered in the Records Management 1 training course. 

A discount is available for delegates booking both Records Management 1 and Records Management 2

Further information and booking details

http://www.pdptraining.com/find-a-training-course/123-records-management-2


 

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