Training and clinics for identification management
Training and clinics help build capability in identification management practice, which includes understanding and applying the Identification Management Standards.
Training and clinics — who can attend
Anyone who works with identification management and is looking to improve their skillsets can attend identification training sessions and clinics.
You can be from either the public or private sector.
General training sessions for identification management are available through self-paced online learning and facilitated virtual sessions. These include:
- Identification essentials
- Entity information — Names and other attributes
- Introduction to Identification Management Standards
- Biometrics 101.
If you’ve completed all of the general sessions, you can sign up for the advanced training sessions. These take place in face-to-face workshops. Advanced training sessions include:
- Identification risk assessment
- Identification process design for implementers
- Authenticators and authentication.
Attend supportive and informal clinics in a group setting. Bring your questions and challenges, general or specific, about identification management and prevention of identity theft.
Identification clinics are run by the Identification Consultant, Department of Internal Affairs (DIA).
Time and dates for clinics
Join online identification clinics on a Wednesday each month from to :
Attend identification training and clinics
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to enrol for training and get the link for clinics.