At the time of completing our enrolment form you do not have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) and you want Industry Training Consultants to apply for a USI to the Student Identifiers Registrar (Registrar) on your behalf, Industry Training Consultants will provide to the Registrar the following items of personal information about you:
your name, including first or given name(s), middle name(s) and surname or family name as they appear in an identification document;
your date of birth, as it appears, if shown, in the chosen document of identity;
your city or town of birth;
your country of birth;
your gender; and
your contact details.
When we apply for a USI on your behalf the Registrar will verify your identity. The Registrar will do so through the Document Verification Service (DVS) managed by the Attorney-General’s Department which is built into the USI online application process if you have documents such as a Medicare card, birth certificate, driver licence, Australian passport, citizenship document, certificate of registration by descent, ImmiCard or Australian entry visa.
If you do not have a document suitable for the DVS and we are authorised to do so by the Registrar we may be able to verify your identity by other means. If you do not have any of the identity documents mentioned above, and we are not authorised by the Registrar to verify your identity by other means, we cannot apply for a USI on your behalf and you should contact the Student Identifiers Registrar.
In accordance with section 11 of the Student Identifiers Act 2014 Cth (SI Act), we will securely destroy personal information which we collect from you solely for the purpose of applying for a USI on your behalf as soon as practicable after the USI application has been made or the information is no longer needed for that purpose, unless we are required by or under any law to retain it.
The personal information about you that we provide to the Registrar, including your identity information, is protected by the Privacy Act 1988 Cth (Privacy Act). The collection, use and disclosure of your USI are protected by the SI Act.