ALGIM WEBINAR: Public Records Act 2005

  • 4 Feb 2021
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM


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How well do you understand the Public Records Act 2005 (PRA) and the implications it has for you and the information and records management professional and an employee of a local authority?

The work you do every day is covered by the PRA, so it's important to make sure you're familiar with the ins and outs and how to build its requirements into your IM policy and practices.

Join our upcoming webinar with expert speaker and IRM consultant Kerri Siatiras.

Kerri will take you through the ins and outs of the PRA’s core requirements, discussing all you need to know to have your Council covered in this hour-long session (complete with Q&A time). Topics will include:

  • Overview of the Act and its purpose
  • Definition of a public record, local authority records, an archive and local authority archives
  • Requirements for local authority records and local authority archives
  • Understanding protected records
  • The relationship between the PRA and LGOIMA and Privacy Act
  • Role of Archives New Zealand
  • How the Act may influence your information and records management approach and work programme

Ensure you have the understanding to meet the legal requirements of PRA by joining us.

About the Presenter:  

Kerri Siatiras

Siatiras Consulting Limited

Kerri is an independent information and records management consultant. She has extensive experience as both a practitioner and consultant and loves bringing her passion for “organising stuff” to life in her projects. Kerri began working in information management roles in 1991 and currently provides consulting services working primarily within the central and local government sectors. Kerri has had a very long association with ALGIM initially through SWIM Ltd as one of the primary developers of the ALGIM Toolkit, and lately as a trainer for several of the ALGIM IM courses with lots of other projects in between. In 2019 Kerri was awarded the Outstanding Individual for Information Management in New Zealand by the Records and Information Management Professionals Association of Australasia (RIMPA). 

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