Course Certificate IV in recordkeeping.
As we learned during the election period, keeping good records is imperative for those in the public eye. But as the world's systems go digital, recordkeeping is no exception.
"The federal government's Digital Transition Policy will soon see all federal government agencies transition to digital recordkeeping," says operations manager with Linked Training, Rachelle Sammut.
This course, targeted at those working in records or information management (as well as those new to the field), practises what it preaches, and is run solely online.
Recognised by Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia, the course aims to keep learning as close to real life as possible. Students are engaged in a virtual world where they act as a records officer in one of two fictional environments.
The students are given real world problems and procedures, like they would experience in the workplace, Sammut says.
Duration: 12-24 months.
Time: Self-paced learning - most students spend four hours a week.
When: In your own home.