Conseil des normes de sécurité PCI

Informational Training

The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council offers Informational training for individuals who would like to increase their knowledge but do not necessarily need to achieve certification. Attending this training will allow individuals to gain insight into the various aspects of the Payment Card Industry. Currently, Informational training is offered for the Qualified PIN Assessor program. More programs may be added in the near future. Please check back on this page for updates.

Registration Process

By clicking the link below, you will submitting a request to attend training. This is NOT a confirmed seat.

Once your request is submitted, you will go into a registration queue.

If space is available, registrations will be approved 30 days prior to the start date of the class you have chosen, in the order of which they were submitted. You will receive an invoice via email and once paid, you will be emailed detailed training information. Informational students will attend the same training as assessors but will be dismissed on the 2nd day just prior to the exam. There is no certification with Informational training.

If seats are unavailable for the class you have chosen, you will be notified via email and will have to resubmit a new request for another location.

Please click the link below to submit your training request:


  • Support your organization’s or client’s ongoing security and compliance efforts through your knowledge of the PCI PIN Standard
  • Expand your knowledge in securing payments with in depth PIN security training
  • Earn 12 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits

2019 Classes

Date/Time: 17-18 Oct
Location: Dublin, IE*
Informational Training: $2,000 USD
Training: QPA
Date/Time: 18-19 Nov
Location: Melbourne, AU*
Informational Training: $2,000 USD
Training: QPA
Please note: All fees are NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE. The training will be delivered in English.

* price does not include any applicable VAT/HST/GST which will appear on your invoice.

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