CRMS Guides & Training
Corporate Records Management System (CRMS) is a legacy records management system used for managing physical records.
Some government and broader public sector organizations continue to use CRMS, but no new offices are starting with this system.
Learn more with:
The Recorded Information Management (RIM) Manual provides supporting policy for government records management practices.
User manuals provide detailed instructions and examples of CRMS:
Training for managing records with CRMS is offered in the following formats.
Online training videos provide information about and examples of using CRMS:
Learn how to navigate CRMS, create records, use volumes and enclosures and search strategies.
Learn how to navigate disposition processing screens, roll over records, make offsite transfers and onsite destruction.
Learning System Courses
Government employess can register for in-person and online courses:
- CRMS with LiveMeeting (ITEM-437)
To learn more about these courses and to register, visit the Learning System (B.C. government only) and search for a course by its title or item number.
Customized in-person training sessions are available based on your office’s records management training needs. Contact your records officer for more information.