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Organisation Description

The National Archives is a government department and an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice. We incorporate the Office of Public Sector Information and Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Delivering Information Assurance Training – Train the Trainer

    Training Course | The National Archives

    Delivering IA Training is the new ‘train the trainer’ workshop from The National Archives (TNA) for central government departments and their arms-length bodies. The course is designed to give delegates the tools that they will need to deliver a pre-packaged training course produced by TNA within their own organisation. The session also includes discussion on awareness raising activities and sharing of best practice.

  • File Preparation

    Online Course | The National Archives

    This online learning course explains how to prepare paper records (files) for transfer to The National Archives for archiving and public access. This resource is aimed at staff from government departments and other public record bodies that transfer records to The National Archives.

  • Cataloguing

    Online Course | The National Archives

    This online learning course explains how to catalogue paper records prior to transfer to The National Archives. This resource is aimed at staff from government departments and other public record bodies that transfer records to The National Archives. It is also suitable for other public records bodies that transfer records to places of deposit.

  • Transfer to Places of Deposit

    Online Course | The National Archives

    This online learning course explains the key points of the Public Records Act for public record bodies; what a place of deposit is and the process public record bodies should follow to select; prepare and transfer records for permanent preservation to a place of deposit.