FDR: "Fraudulent Document Recognition" Evolves to "Fraud Detection & Remediation"
Because the FDR program has expanded to cover topics far beyond physical documents only, the "Fraudulent Document Recognition" program has been renamed to "Fraud Detection and Remediation" training. "FDR" will remain as the shortened reference. With training modules and supplements that address such topics as People and Actions, Imposter Fraud, Internal Fraud, and others, the new title more accurately reflects the subject matter that is available to jurisdiction members. Download the latest version of the training and see why many FDR components are critical to a wide variety of staff beyond the license counter!
AAMVA has been hard at work to meet its commitment to continually improve and update the material in order to best meet your training needs. The Updated courseware package (January 2015 version) is now available for:
The 2014 FDR Annual Report is now available! Learn how other jurisdictions are utilizing the eLearning courseware, browse best practices, and see the results of the 2014 FDR Annual Survey. Access the report HERE.
Courseware Updates and Enhancements
The 2015 Annual Update features a number of important enhancements and new information including:
A detailed change document is available here.
Please Note: Because the courseware is intended for agency-wide implementations, individual employees seeking to download the material are asked to check with their agency's training department before proceeding. Downloads will NOT commence for users that have enrolled only in the basic website registration process.
The Genuine Document Reference (GDR) database no longer available. Any questions can be directed to Patrice Aasmo.
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Although originally designed for, and extensively used by, DMV staff across the nation, these courses are invaluable to organizations that come into contact with driver’s licenses, identification credentials or secure documents of any kind. The entire course suite or a package of course subsets can be delivered to students efficiently within a variety of training strategies.
AAMVA has developed an Implementation Guide that explains in detail how members can use the various formats and courses available to best fit their training strategies. In addition to explaining the many delivery options available, sample supplemental activities are provided that can be tailored to suit your objectives. Download the guide here.
This suite of courses introduces the basic techniques of fraudulent document recognition that staff can employ without the need for expensive forensic tools. By providing in-depth examples and explanations of the types of security features in circulation today, and most importantly, how to identify them, the courses provide the tools needed to flag documents for review that may have otherwise been accepted at face value as genuine.
Because the courses include a series of printable job aids and “quick tips” covering essential concepts and document features, staff will always be armed with the fraud detection tools they need. FDR Level I's courses range from 30-45 minutes each (including a knowledge assessment at the end of each course). Organizations may deliver the suite as a whole or choose to purchase/offer only those courses that are of highest priority/interest.
Level II is a natural progression of Level I's concepts in order to bring document examination to the next level. The courseware introduces covert security features and develops student skills in the use of magnification, auxiliary lighting and UV tools.
Although covert features are presented generically (a review of detailed covert features of specific documents is NOT provided), the course will provide a solid understanding of how to begin a second-level review in today's fraud environment. With this foundation, students can effectively engage with local fraud experts and document issuers in detailed reviews of documents important to their specific job duties.
Local Government Law Enforcement and Local Government Associate Member Agencies (not available to individuals)
A special associate membership is available to county/ municipal/local law enforcement, and local government agencies (not individuals) that includes certain FDR e-Learning courseware as part of your benefits, and at a significant savings over commercial pricing. Please see our Associate Membership section for details about this opportunity and the associate membership application process for your agency. Commercial organizations and Individuals
AAMVA is pleased to offer select material from FDR Level I training for purchasing by eligible commercial organizations* and individuals* through AAMVA's authorized FDR resellers. Please contact an authorized reseller listed below for demos and pricing information.
*AAMVA and its authorized resellers reserve the right to establish eligibility requirements for entities are individuals seeking to purchase FDR.
In order to help ensure the integrity and lawful use of the documents its members issue, AAMVA offers select FDR Level I training for use by banks, notaries, insurance companies, healthcare facilities and other entities that rely upon physical documents. AAMVA has opportunities available for parties wishing to become authorized re-sellers of FDR Level I e-Learning to these markets.
You must operate a SCORM-compliant, web-based Learning Management System with e-commerce capabilities in order to qualify as a potential reseller.
If you would like to bring FDR training to your customer base, please provide your contact information here.