We provide professional development training courses for people working with the:
Our training is available through face-to-face and online delivery methods. These courses have primarily been designed for Queensland government agency employees and relate to applying the legislative framework. However, interested parties are welcome to undertake our online training courses.
|No webinars currently scheduled||TBA||Webinar|
|Privacy masterclass - Advanced Privacy Complaint Handling||Not scheduled||Brisbane|
|Access application handling training||26 March||Brisbane|
|Privacy Impact assessments||Not scheduled||Brisbane|
|Right to Information Act 2009 (Qld) - General awareness||Open||Online|
|Information Privacy Act 2009 (Qld) – General awareness||Open||Online|
|Public Health Agencies and the Information Privacy Act - General awareness|
|Privacy Complaint Management|
|Access Training for Decision Makers – Module 1|
|Access Training for Decision Makers – Module 2|
|Access Training for Decision Makers – Module 3|
After completing the course, download the manual (PDF, 509.57 KB)
|Privacy Impact Assessment video||Open||Online|
|Privacy Complaint Management video||Open||Online|
|Substantial and Unreasonable Diversion of Agency Resources||Open||Online|
|Managing high conflict behaviour recorded webinar||Open||Online|
|Privacy Impact Assessments for Health Agencies||Open||Online|
|Legal Professional Privilege (three-part series)||Open||Online|
|Law Enforcement and Public Safety (two-part series)||Open||Online|
|Information sharing and the IP Act||Open||Online|
|The Basics: Third party consultation||Open||Online|
|Consulting with a relevant third party||Open||Online|
If our scheduled, online or video training does not specifically meet your needs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss other options.
|The Solomon Lecture||28 August 2019||Brisbane|
|Right to Information Day||23 - 27 September 2019||Brisbane|
|Privacy Awareness Week||12 - 18 May 2019||Brisbane|
When you undertake one of the OIC's online training courses your contact details are collected for the purpose of awarding you a certificate of completion and to enable you to receive course evaluation feedback. OIC will also use information about your participation in the course to monitor the effectiveness of the training course and to inform higher-level general reports on OIC’s training activities. These reports are published as part of OIC’s accountability obligations but your personal details will not be included in the reports.
Training and event opportunities become available throughout the year. Please subscribe to OIC News to receive email notification when courses become available.