Effective records management training is important to reduce errors and access/use organized information effectively. Most organizations know this, including the Bahamian government. The Ministry of the Public Service and its Public Service Centre for Human Resource Development recently held a Records Management Training Workshop in response to a mandate to train clerical officers and supervisors in records management throughout the public service. The overall objective is to provide practical exposure to senior officers and supervisors. This interesting news came from Bahamas Tribune 242 in their article, “Training Session Aims To Improve Efficiency And Reduce Errors.”
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