The IRMS offers a range of content designed to support our members and the wider information management profession. Check out the list below to see how we can help you today.
Members - keep an eye on the File Library where you'll be able to access a range of ad hoc resources donated by our members.
And if you're not already a member, why not join us? Then you can enjoy the exclusive content and all the other benefits of being part of the foremost professional association for information management!
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IRMS Bulletin Archive (members only)
Get unlimited access to over 100 previous editions of our renowned bi-monthly magazine, the Bulletin - an archive stretching back nearly two decades! Each edition is packed with expert commentary, case studies and all the latest news and developments from the IRMS and the whole of the information profession. Coming soon - we hope to enable you to search the archive for articles, authors and topics!
Training Course Discounts (members only)
The IRMS already offers a number of discounts on training courses and events provided by partner organisations, and we're currently developing agreements with a number of IRMS-approved training providers. If you're not already a member, join us today to enjoy an exclusive 10% discount on the IRMS Foundation Certificate in Information Governance and many more ways to boost your continuing professional development.
Records Retention Wiki
Our popular retention wiki is a collaborative records management resource developed by practitioners, for practitioners. The wiki provides a community-editable platform that will allow the profession to develop an ongoing consensus on rules (periods, triggers, disposition actions and reasons) for different record series and share updates on legislative implications in a dynamic and sustainable way - so please use and contribute where you can.
Records Management Toolkit for Schools
This Toolkit, developed by a team led by Elizabeth Barber of Kent County Council and the IRMS Public Sector group, is an invaluable source of support and guidance for those managing records in the education sector. And it continues to grow, with new modules being added all the time, including academies and independent schools. Members can enjoy a fully customisable Word version in addition to the standard PDF edition.
Wide range of background and supporting material concerning the MoReq2 specification and other comparable specifications from from all over the world.