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Estates management record training

Online short courses

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Introduction to the Estates Management Record (C22042)

This CPD accredited training course offers an introduction to the Estates Management Record (EMR) and provides an overview of the data collection process. It is ideal for colleagues new to the Estates Management record and will cover the entities and key data items, validation, submission and the onward use of Estates data. It also covers any updates to the record, reflective of recent changes, impacting the C22042 collection.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the EMR data requirements
  • Name the entities and key fields within the EMR
  • Establish how to use HESA systems to submit the record
  • Understand how to ensure a high quality data submission
  • Recognise the importance and use of estates data.

Upon successful completion you will receive a CPD certificate for your records. For us to be able to issue you with a certificate please ensure the name you log in with, and that which is connected to your e-learning account, is your full name.

This CPD activity equates to 1.5 CPD hours.

This course was last updated on 6th December 2023 (coding manual version 1.1)

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The software that we use for our short-courses is provided by Easygenerator. To complete our short-courses you will need to provide some personal information (name and email address), this will allow you to take a break and return to the course in your own time. Only HESA staff will have access to your personal information, and we will only use this information to administer and monitor the use of our courses.

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