The AABC offers specialized workshops on a variety of archival and preservation topics and also arranges sponsored workshops on an ad hoc basis. The AABC can advise on options available for institutions planning staff training and is pleased to respond to workshop requests by interested non-member groups.
If you would like to learn more about workshops, please contact the EAS Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workshop Courses Available
Workshop Presentation Rates (as delivered by AABC EAS Coordinator)
Workshop Participant Registration Rates
The following registration rates apply for most workshops and are effective as of April 1, 2022. All prices are in Canadian (CAD) funds and are subject to change.
AABC Member Rates:
$90.00 for 1/2 day workshop; $180.00 for a 1-day workshop; $350.00 for a 2-day workshop
$135.00 for 1/2 day workshop; $275.00 for a 1-day workshop; $500.00 for a 2-day workshop
Workshop Schedule for 2023-2024
Records Management 101
Date: Thursday, April 27, 2023
Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm PST
Location: Online via Zoom
Join us for the workshop "Records Management 101" where participants will learn about the foundations of records management and how to apply principles and best practices to the creation, storage and use of active and semi-active records in their organization. Topics discussed during the workshop will also include definitions and strategies on how to classify records, using and creating records retention schedules, identifying vital records, and how to create an action plan for records management success!
Participants will be sent training materials (teaching slides and resource documents) before the workshop starts.
Registration fee: AABC members $180.00 CAD / Non-members $275.00
Registration deadline: April 25, 2023 (5:00pm)
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