Information Sharing Strategy (ISS) | Courses & training

Take these online courses to understand how to share information based on privacy legislation and best practices.

Information Sharing

Learn how provincial and federal privacy legislation enables governments, organizations and individuals to share information about the clients they have in common. This lets them coordinate efforts and provide the best response to meet an Albertan’s needs.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how sharing the right kind of information in the right way can lead to better outcomes for Albertans
  • Identify key privacy legislation in Alberta
  • Recognize how existing privacy legislation enables information sharing
  • Identify steps and considerations in the information sharing process
  • Understand that other program legislation and regulations can impact information sharing

Take the Information Sharing eLearning course for:

Use the supporting resources to implement information sharing practices in your daily work.

Information Sharing Under the Children First Act

Find out how the Children First Act supports and guides the right kind of information sharing between individuals and organizations that plan or provide critical programs and services for children.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how the Children First Act works with privacy and health legislation
  • Apply information sharing rules from the Children First Act to common scenarios
  • Learn why collaboration is important to the information sharing process
  • Recognize how sharing the right kind of information in the right way can lead to better outcomes for Alberta’s children and families

Take the Information Sharing Under the Children First Act eLearning course for:

Use the supporting resources to implement information sharing practices in your daily work.

Information Sharing in Practice

Explore the ways governments, organizations and individuals can share information to make the best decisions possible for Albertans’ health, education and safety.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize how sharing the right kind of information in the right way can lead to better outcomes for Albertans
  • Understand how existing privacy legislation enables information sharing
  • Identify steps and considerations in the information sharing process
  • Understand that other program legislation and regulations can impact information sharing
  • Apply information sharing principles

Take the Information Sharing in Practice eLearning course for:

Use the supporting resources to implement information sharing practices in your daily work.

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Modified: 2014-11-28
PID: 14804

Contact ISS

1-780-638-1372
Toll free in Alberta 310-0000

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Email: hs.infosharing@gov.ab.ca

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