Information is the bloodline of every business entity, yet most organizations struggle to filter out what they need, when they need it and how to manage what they know. Information management is a key component of business strategies, processes, and business growth. As such records management is important to ensure business continuity and progress. It enables the key decision makers to make more informed decisions based on already existing information.

In today’s digital age, the information and knowledge are critical resources in the functions of a business hence, it becomes important that information is accurately captured and stored for future reference. Digitization has made this possible by enhancing the maintenance of the content, context, structure, and links between records.

This program provides insights into the value and theory of digital records and information management. We will enable you take everything to the next level as we build upon the basic and core concepts to cover the digital record management systems.

 Target Audience

This event is for all Public Sector; Private Sector and NGO staff and all who desire to grow & enhance their knowledge on records keeping and documents management.

The course is highly recommended to but not limited to; Librarians and Archivists, Front Office Professionals, Data center managers and staff, ICT staff, Personal Assistants and Secretaries, Accountants, Treasury & Credit staff, Finance & Non

 The course is highly recommended to all interested professionals.


• DataClave observes ALL MOH regulations on trainings and conferences.

• We do not cancel our events after confirmations.

• All prices are net of tax PER WEEK

• Our venues and dates are flexible.

• All events run for two weeks; with the option for attendance in either WEEK or both.

• The courses can be modelled for inhouse set-ups.



  • The event will be held at Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort and Spa, Mombasa.
  • It is scheduled to start on 30th May 2022 To 4th June 2022
  • Cost per head is KSH 79500