All CAIS programmes are accredited by the UK Archives and Records Association and The Records and Information Management (RIM) Professionals Australasia.
This is a flexible distance learning programme, delivered online over the Internet. The programme is suitable for information professionals employed in a wide range of fields including records management, legislative compliance, electronic media and records. Some modules, for example, Management for Information Professionals, will benefit a wider range of practitioners, including librarians, museum curators and other information specialists.
To provide a flexible distance learning pathway to a professional postgraduate qualification in Records Management and Information Rights.
To examine current theory and practice, equip students with the skills to keep their knowledge up to date and explore the synergies between subject areas.
Core modules examine the fundamental skills needed to work in Records Management and compliance with Information Rights legislation. Optional modules are designed to focus on specific elements of Records Management or Information Rights in greater detail, allowing
Students to tailor their qualifications. Module authors from the UK and overseas, are expert practitioners in their field which ensures that content is both current and relevant.
Students are encouraged to discuss what they have read and how it relates to their own experiences and most modules combine a mixture of theory and practice. Throughout the modules regular online tasks provide a structure by which students can measure their progress.
Methods of Assessment
Essays/reports; contribution to module (through online tasks and discussion board debate); dissertation of 15,000 words.