Qualification Description

The qualification reflects the role of individuals who possess a sound theoretical knowledge base in information and records management and use a range of specialised technical managerial competencies to ensure that business or records systems function effectively within an organisation. Typically they work within a high degree of autonomy as supervisors, team leaders and coordinators.

Level: Introduction to Strategic Level

This course would suit Team Leaders or coordinator in records and information management or those who maybe acting in those roles. The course covers some of the theories you would have learnt in the Certificate IV course and prepares you for becoming a strategic focussed records manager. If you want to be seen as a leader in recordkeeping and you want to build on your skill gaps, than this course is for you. People holding this qualification are eligible to become a professional member of RIM Professionals Australasia

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Course Structure

A total of 8 units are to be undertaken for this qualification, comprising 3 core units:

  • BSBRKG502 Manage and monitor business or records systems
  • BSBRKG505 Document or reconstruct a business or records system
  • BSBRKG506 Develop and maintain terminology and classification schemes;


  • 5 elective units of your choice. If not claiming a credit from the Cert IV or Advanced Diploma levels, one unit can be selected from the Cert IV or Advanced Diploma levels not including any Cert III or Cert IV level units listed in this qualification description

The following elective units are offered at the face to face courses (this can be amended where courses are delivered for individual clients)

  • BSBADM502 Manage meetings
  • BSBPMG522 Undertake project work
  • BSBMGT515 Manage operational plan
  • BSBWOR502 Lead and manage team effectiveness
  • BSBRSK501 Manage risk