Education & Training
Professional Qualifications & Training
New Zealand Courses of Study
Open Polytechnic of New Zealand
The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand offers the only undergraduate archives and records education in New Zealand.
ARANZ members are eligible for a 10% discount on all course fees for:
In order to apply for this discount to study fees you must be an individual member of ARANZ. Please contact our Membership Portfolio to obtain the Contract Name and ID to take up the offer.
Victoria University of Wellington - Te Herenga Waka
VUW offers three qualifications: Certificate in Information Studies, Postgraduate Diploma in Information Studies, and Masters of Information Studies.
These programmes will give you a thorough, technology-focused, and research-based education in information organisation. Your learning will be oriented to the needs of Aotearoa New Zealand information professionals and national aims to improve digital literacy and equity.
Te Wānanga o Raukawa
Te Wananga offers both a Diploma of Information Management (Heke Punk Maumahara) and Bachelor of Information Management (Poutuarongo Puna Maumahara) study course.
These qualifications aim to develop bilingual and bicultural managers of Māori information resources in organisations. If you are seeking or currently in a role where you collect, access, store, design, implement, preserve and manage knowledge and systems you will learn a new approach based on tikanga and kaupapa Māori, opening your eyes to knowledge management through a Māori world view.
Australian Courses of Study
Bachelor of Information Studies (Records and Archives Management)
Master of Information Studies (Records and Archives Management)
Graduate Diploma in Records Management and Archives
Master of Information Management – Records Management and Archives stream
Graduate Diploma in Information Management (Archives and Records Management)
Master of Information Management (Archives and Records Management)
The Archivist's Toolkit. Archives Association of British Columbia. 2004.
The Information and Knowledge Managemet Group, University of Technology Sydney - Online Seminar Series. Available to the public. Recent topics include Government Information Accessibility, Security and Collaboration, Knowledge, Learning and Analytics and Leading Information Governance
Archives New Zealand
The guidance Providers of education and training in information and records management on the Archives New Zealand website lists private and public education providers in New Zealand and overseas. Links to standards and guidance developed by Archives New Zealand, being best practice, can be used by any archive or records collection. Archives New Zealand also administers the Community Archive (formerly NRAM).
The ARES Forum (Archives and Records Education Stakeholders) was held in Melbourne on 12-13 June 2003. The Forum was organised by the Australian Society of Archivists (ASA) and the Records Management Association of Australasia (RMAA). ARANZ was invited to attend and also contributed a paper to the forum.
The aims of the Forum are:
To ensure that all stakeholders understand the current environment for professional education
To ensure that stakeholders understand each others' views on education
To develop a shared agenda for professional education which will benefit all stakeholders
To develop a list of actions for implementation which will sustain professional education which is valued by all stakeholders
Among the papers presented are a number particularly worthy of specific recommendation for their potential interest to New Zealanders interested in archives and records education. These are accessible through the ASA or RMAA
Access and Partnerships: Issues in Professional Education. Karen Anderson. Edith Cowan University.
Content Analysis of Recordkeeping Job Advertisements: Knowledge and Skills required by Employers. Margaret Pember. Curtin University of Technology.
ARES Forum: Issues Relating to Tertiary Education Sector. Sue McKemmish. Monash University.
Gaining Knowledge and Expanding the Skill Base: the professional development of New Zealand's records managers. Amanda Cossham & Gillian Oliver. Open Polytechnic of New Zealand.