Management Training Academy: Records and Information Management

Management Training Academy: Records and Information Management

Upcoming Events

Update: Our upcoming Records & Information Management MTA sessions are full and registration is now closed. Interested in joining a future session? Join our email newsletter list or check back on our website for updates for additional sessions in 2021.

Who Should Attend? BC First Nation Leaders, Band Administrators, and Managers.

Records and Information Management
Who Should Attend? BC First Nation Leaders, Band Administrators, and Managers.
The RIM MTA will provide participants with an overview of the fundamentals of records and information management (RIM) and why RIM is crucial to your operational success. Day 2 session will show you how to file and classify records, and Day 3 will give you the tools you need to start your RIM program on any budget. Sessions will include networking opportunities, interactive workshops and take-home templates and resources.

Facilitators: Adrienne Morrison, Ken Oldenburger

Date/Time:

February 23, 2021 – 9:00 AM-12:00PM (Tuesday)

February 25, 2021 – 1:00 PM-4:00 PM (Thursday)

March 2, 2021 – 9:00 AM-12:00 PM (Tuesday)

Past Events

May 30th & May 31st, 2019
Vancouver RIM Session May 30-31
Vancouver, BC

June 10th & 11th, 2019
Victoria RIM Session June 10-11
Victoria BC

July 24th & 25th, 2019
Williams Lake RIM Session July 24-25
Williams Lake, BC

Week of September 9th, 2019
Prince George RIM September 11-12
Prince George, BC

Registration Fee: $185 per academy

Social Feeds

Do you still have questions about the First Nations Well Being Fund? So have others!

Click the photo to read 3 of the most frequently asked questions about the fund- and then visit our website at https://t.co/K4GsxZOMHX to learn more and apply. #ApplyNow #FNPSS #BCFirstNations

It’s your weekly reminder- don’t miss out on applying for the 2021 First Nations Well Being Fund! Have questions? Visit our website https://t.co/K4GsxZOMHX for Q&A’s, or DM us!
#FAQs #Funding #ApplyNow #FNPSS #BCFirstNations

#JoinUs for our upcoming event "The Power of our Data"
Date: Wednesday, April 14th, 2021
Time: 10:30am - 12:00pm PST
Cost: Free

A webinar on the power of data and the ways in which the stories we tell can open doors to new ways of seeing.

#RegisterNow: https://t.co/qbqscQQcMB

Load More...

Do you have questions about the First Nations Well Being Fund that #FNPSS is administering? So have others!

Here are the three most frequently asked questions about the fund, and their answers, to help make your application process that much easier.

For more information on the fund, and to apply, visit our website at fnps.ca/community-projects/wellbeingfund. The deadline to apply is May 30, 2021.

#fnpss
#ApplyNow
#fundingavailable
... See MoreSee Less

Do you have questions about the First Nations Well Being Fund that #FNPSS is administering? So have others! 

Here are the three most frequently asked questions about the fund, and their answers, to help make your application process that much easier. 

For more information on the fund, and to apply, visit our website at https://fnps.ca/community-projects/wellbeingfund. The deadline to apply is May 30, 2021. 

#FNPSS 
#ApplyNow
#FundingAvailable

Reminder: don't miss out on our upcoming Webinar Wednesday event: The Power of Our Data

Date: Wednesday, April 14th, 2021
Time: 10:30am - 12:00pm PST
Cost: Free

Description:
Numbers and statistics are used all the time to tell us things about our communities and how we compare. How can we take charge of all of this information to tell the stories we want to tell about our people? Join us for a webinar on the power of data and the ways in which the stories we tell can open doors to new ways of seeing.

Join Byron Flekke (St'at'imc) from Statistics Canada as he shares stories on the power of data and how it can be accessed by all First Nations across Canada, Len Garis (National Indigenous Fire Safety Council), and Robert Harding (University of the Fraser Valley) as they share their experiences with accessing data to tell stories in their own workplaces.

Register now by clicking this link: bit.ly/39P2PPl

#WebinarWednesdays
#fnpss
#bcfirstnations
#joinus
#virtualevent
#zoomRegister now for our upcoming webinar: The Power of our Data
Date: Wednesday, April 14th, 2021
Time: 10:30am - 12:00pm PST
Cost: Free

Description:
Numbers and statistics are used all the time to tell us things about our communities and how we compare. How can we take charge of all of this information to tell the stories we want to tell about our people? Join us for a webinar on the power of data and the ways in which the stories we tell can open doors to new ways of seeing.

Join Byron Flekke (St'at'imc) from Statistics Canada as he shares stories on the power of data and how it can be accessed by all First Nations across Canada, Len Garis (National Indigenous Fire Safety Council), and Robert Harding (University of the Fraser Valley) as they share their experiences with accessing data to tell stories in their own workplaces.

Register now by clicking this link: bit.ly/39P2PPl

#WebinarWednesdays
#FNPSS
#BCFirstNations
#JoinUs
#VirtualEvent
#Zoom
... See MoreSee Less

Reminder: dont miss out on our upcoming Webinar Wednesday event: The Power of Our Data

Date: Wednesday, April 14th, 2021
Time: 10:30am - 12:00pm PST
Cost: Free

Description:
Numbers and statistics are used all the time to tell us things about our communities and how we compare. How can we take charge of all of this information to tell the stories we want to tell about our people? Join us for a webinar on the power of data and the ways in which the stories we tell can open doors to new ways of seeing.

Join Byron Flekke (Statimc) from Statistics Canada as he shares stories on the power of data and how it can be accessed by all First Nations across Canada, Len Garis (National Indigenous Fire Safety Council), and Robert Harding (University of the Fraser Valley) as they share their experiences with accessing data to tell stories in their own workplaces.

Register now by clicking this link: https://bit.ly/39P2PPl

#WebinarWednesdays
#FNPSS
#BCFirstNations
#JoinUs
#VirtualEvent
#Zoom

It’s your weekly reminder- don’t miss out on applying for the 2021 First Nations Well Being Fund! Deadline to apply is May 30, 2021 at 11:00pm.

There are two streams of project funding available: Stream 1: Community Projects and Stream 2: Planning Projects.

Have questions? Visit our website fnps.ca/community-projects/wellbeingfund for Q&A’s, or DM us.

#BCFirstNations
#FNPSS
#Funding
#FirstNations
#ApplyNow
#ReachOut
... See MoreSee Less

It’s your weekly reminder- don’t miss out on applying for the 2021 First Nations Well Being Fund! Deadline to apply is May 30, 2021 at 11:00pm. 

There are two streams of project funding available: Stream 1: Community Projects and Stream 2: Planning Projects. 

Have questions? Visit our website https://fnps.ca/community-projects/wellbeingfund for Q&A’s, or DM us. 

#BCFirstNations
#FNPSS 
#Funding 
#FirstNations 
#ApplyNow 
#ReachOut

Register now for our upcoming webinar: The Power of our Data
Date: Wednesday, April 14th, 2021
Time: 10:30am - 12:00pm PST
Cost: Free

Description:
Numbers and statistics are used all the time to tell us things about our communities and how we compare. How can we take charge of all of this information to tell the stories we want to tell about our people? Join us for a webinar on the power of data and the ways in which the stories we tell can open doors to new ways of seeing.

Join Byron Flekke (St'at'imc) from Statistics Canada as he shares stories on the power of data and how it can be accessed by all First Nations across Canada, Len Garis (National Indigenous Fire Safety Council), and Robert Harding (University of the Fraser Valley) as they share their experiences with accessing data to tell stories in their own workplaces.

Register now by clicking this link: bit.ly/39P2PPl

#WebinarWednesdays
#fnpss
#bcfirstnations
#joinus
#virtualevent
#zoom
... See MoreSee Less

Register now for our upcoming webinar: The Power of our Data
Date: Wednesday, April 14th, 2021
Time: 10:30am - 12:00pm PST
Cost: Free

Description:
Numbers and statistics are used all the time to tell us things about our communities and how we compare. How can we take charge of all of this information to tell the stories we want to tell about our people? Join us for a webinar on the power of data and the ways in which the stories we tell can open doors to new ways of seeing.

Join Byron Flekke (Statimc) from Statistics Canada as he shares stories on the power of data and how it can be accessed by all First Nations across Canada, Len Garis (National Indigenous Fire Safety Council), and Robert Harding (University of the Fraser Valley) as they share their experiences with accessing data to tell stories in their own workplaces.

Register now by clicking this link: https://bit.ly/39P2PPl

#WebinarWednesdays
#FNPSS
#BCFirstNations
#JoinUs
#VirtualEvent
#Zoom

Want to hear more from us?

Check out our Social Media accounts and sign up to our Newsletter