Trainings

Records Management Training Course

From 2015 to present, the Archives of Macao co-organized with the Public Administration and Civil Service Bureau training courses on “Records Management and Planning”, “Public Records Management” and “Preservation of Public Records”, in which covered basic concepts such as life cycle, arrangement and classification of records, as well as the relations between everyday records management and the relating laws and regulations.

Date

Training course

2015 to present 

Planning of Records Management

2015 to present

Public Records Management

2019 Preservation of Public Records

 

Planning and organization of records management training courses for public offices

Upon the request of some public offices, the Archives of Macao planned and organized records management training courses in light of their records management situations. The training courses covered basic concepts of records management, reviewing of the records classification scheme of the respective public office and guidance for doubts and practical problems in records management. From 2015 to present, the Archives of Macao provided the above-mentioned service to the Education and Youth Bureau, Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau, Social Welfare Bureau, Sports Bureau, Cultural Affairs Bureau, Financial Services Bureau, University of Macao and Government Information Bureau.

 

Lectures and seminars

To increase the understanding of public offices in the Macao Special Administrative Region about records management, the Archives of Macao invited professionals from different countries and regions to give lectures and seminars on a range of topics in the area of records management.

Date

Public lecture

2012

Management of digital records

2012

Records Managemen"  and Digitization of Paper Records 

2016

Management of digital records and good practices of digital preservation

2017

Retention and preservation of public records

2018

Seminar on Records Disaster Prevention and Recovery

2019

Seminar on Long-Term Preservation of Electronic Records – Experiences of Australia and Mainland China