DSI screent op verzoek van werkgevers personeel voor integriteitsgevoelige functies in de financiële sector en aanverwante branches. En DSI screent grondig. DSI stelde de norm voor dit soort personeelsscreenings en heeft hierover een convenant met de Autoriteit Financiële markten (AFM).
If your employer is not visible in MijnDSI, it may be because your employer is not a participant in Stichting DSI. To certify yourself as a professional, your employer must be affiliated with our foundation.
You can find more information on registering companies as participants here. If you have additional questions, feel free to contact one of our customer care officers via our contact form. In your email, please include the following details along with your question:
We will process your email and get back to you as soon as possible.
Your diplomas remain valid as long as they meet the current requirements of the register in which you were certified. You can view the current requirements of the register on this page under the specific register.
If you are DSI certified, you not only demonstrate your professional competence but also adhere to the DSI Code of Conduct, placing yourself under DSI’s disciplinary jurisdiction. Employers affiliated with us are obligated to report incidents related to their DSI-certified employees to DSI. This is how self-regulation works. Employers not affiliated with DSI are not required to report incidents. Therefore, you can only maintain your certification if you are employed by a participating DSI employer. Employers with an AFM or DNB license can join DSI.
If you are currently passively certified with DSI and your employer is affiliated with DSI, you can (re)activate your DSI certification. This is possible until December 31, 2023. After that, DSI will cease to offer the passive certified status.
Through your account in MijnDSI, you can request a change from passive registration. Click on the “I want to change my passive registration” button in MijnDSI and follow the instructions on the screen.
Note: Changing a passive registration is only possible if you are employed by a participant affiliated with DSI. Additionally, you must meet the competence requirements specific to the respective register. Here is an overview of these requirements for each register.
From January 1, 2024, DSI will stop offering the passive registered status. Therefore, you have until December 31, 2023, to (re)activate your passive status. Each passively certified individual has received a personal email from DSI regarding this matter. If we do not receive a response to this message before December 31, 2023, your registration with DSI will be automatically terminated. In that case, we appreciate your involvement with DSI and invite you to subscribe to the DSI newsletter to stay informed about future developments.
To conclude your application, send a message to DSI via our contact form requesting the termination of the application. In the email, include the application number and the reason for termination. We will then archive the application. The information remains available during the statutory retention period.
Congratulations on achieving your certificate! We are notified of completed exams by the educational institutions every two weeks. Subsequently, we add the exam results to the certifications. You don’t need to do anything for this process.
Have you recently completed your last competence component and your status needs to change from candidate-certified to certified? Or is your status not correctly displayed in the Public Register?
Please send a message with your registration number via our contactform. We will ensure that the correct status is displayed in the Public Register within two working day.
If certification is no longer necessary, please report your resignation via our contactform, indicating your registration number.
If you are changing positions within the same organization, update this in your personal MyDSI account. For more informatie, please look at this page.
You want to modify your certification, perhaps because you’ve taken on a different role or you’re starting to work for a new employer. On the certification change page, you’ll find all the information about altering change your certification or applying for an additional certification.
As a sector, we have collectively decided that a DSI registration must be up-to-date. This ensures that the information in the Public Register is accurate. When making changes or additions to a certification, we verify certain components through a screening process with Validata. We do this with each change and/or addition to ensure the accuracy of the data in the Public Register.
We understand that it can be inconvenient to undergo screening again, especially when you are already listed in the Public Register and have previously undergone a comprehensive assessment. However, each change requires a new check because there may have been changes of which we are not aware. We appreciate your understanding of this additional screening to collectively ensure that all DSI registrations are up-to-date.
DSI was founded at the initiative of the financial sector in order to give form to the sector’s self-regulation activities. There is no legal requirement to be affiliated with or certified by DSI. However, financial firms do have a legal obligation to guarantee fair and honest operations. DSI helps in this by promoting and monitoring the expertise and integrity of financial professionals. DSI has signed a covenant with the supervisory body, the Financial Markets Authority (AFM). Many financial firms require their investment specialists to be registered with DSI.
With your DSI certification, you show clients, prospects and the supervisory body that your organisation places a high value on the integrity and expertise of your employees. Moreover, doing so contributes to the legal requirement to guarantee fair and honest operations. It also shows that your fully-certified employees meet the required European ESMA Guidelines, which are enforced by the AF
DSI stands for impartial, serious self-regulation. DSI’s approach is characterised by a system that promotes and certifies the integrity and expertise of financial professionals on one hand, and that also intervenes when necessary on the other.
Every DSI-certified professional has been exhaustively screened, has the relevant education and work experience, has completed the training necessary to deal with integrity-related dilemmas, and is periodically reviewed on their integrity and expertise. Moreover, DSI-certified professionals commit to abide by the Code of Conduct. And when they violate the Code of Conduct, they can be held accountable by ethics enforcement agencies. This ‘closed system’ enables consumers, employers and supervisory bodies to trust that the certified professionals meet the strictest standards placed by the sector.
DSI’s procedures are recorded in the Administrative Organisation and Internal Management Measures document. An accountant monitors DSI’s compliance with these procedures and provides a report of his or her findings to both the board and the AFM, as per the terms of the covenant between DSI and AFM.
When a firm merges or splits, a copy of the notary deed must be sent to DSI. Your DSI-certified employees can then be registered under the name of the new organisation, as long as it is also affiliated with DSI.
The employees may request certification as a self-employed professional, temporary worker or contractor, franchisee, or employee of an institution that is affiliated with a DSI participant’s AFM license.
This page provides an overview of the general criteria for certification, such as the educational and experience requirements, etc. Our certifications page lists the requirements for each register in greater detail.
This page features our General Regulations and appendix to the General Regulations explaining the minimum requirements and the DSI-accredited examinations.
DSI expects employers to pay close attention to their employees’ work history when hiring new employees. To that end, DSI asks you as an employer to state whether the employee meets the 12-month requirement in writing as part of the Employer’s Statement.
DSI certification is the standard in the investment sector. Hundreds of financial enterprises in the Netherlands are affiliated with DSI and require certification with DSI for investment professionals. DSI was established on the initiative of the sector to fulfill self-regulation and has a covenant with the regulator, the Authority Financial Markets (AFM).
It is not legally mandatory to be affiliated with or certified by DSI. However, financial enterprises have a legal obligation to ensure an integral business operation. DSI assists in this by promoting and safeguarding the expertise and integrity of financial professionals.
By obtaining certification, you objectively demonstrate to clients, prospects, your employer, and regulatory authorities that you prioritize and invest in integrity and expertise. DSI certification serves as a valuable business card. If you are DSI-certified from 2018 onward, you also comply with the mandatory European ESMA Guidelines. Additionally, you will be listed in our public register, accessible to everyone.
DSI stands for independent and serious self-regulation. DSI’s approach is characterized by a system that promotes and demonstrably ensures the integrity and expertise of financial professionals, while also intervening when necessary. Through an agreement with the AFM, DSI also ensures that, as a DSI-certified individual from 2018 onwards, you comply with the mandatory European ESMA Guidelines.
Every professional certified by DSI undergoes thorough screening, possesses relevant education and work experience, completes training to handle integrity dilemmas effectively, and undergoes periodic assessments of integrity and expertise. Furthermore, certified individuals commit to the DSI code of conduct. If violated, disciplinary proceedings apply. This system ensures that consumers, employers, and regulators can trust that certified individuals meet the most recent requirements set by the industry and the European Securities & Markets Authority.
Both certified individuals and candidate-certified individuals are listed in the DSI Public Register and adhere to the code of conduct established by DSI. The distinction lies in the aspect of education or work experience. We have elaborated on the difference between certified and candidate-certified here.
If you are certified, you naturally want to convey that. As a DSI-certified professional, you are allowed to use the DSI logo for this purpose. However, there are conditions attached to the use of this logo. Read on for the general terms and conditions and its use on social media such as Twitter and LinkedIn.
A passive registration is associated with our old registers (before 2018). The status was linked, among other things, to the work experience requirement. It is no longer possible to apply for a passive registration. As of January 1, 2024, DSI will stop offering this status.
How to convert your passive registration to an active registration?
Through your account in MyDSI, you have the option to (re)activate your DSI certification to a register that aligns with your current role. Click on the “I want to change my passive registration” button in MyDSI for this purpose. Depending on the register you want to register for, there are certain obligations associated with this change.
DSI will stop the passive registered status as of January 1, 2024.
As of January 1, 2024, DSI will discontinue offering the passive registered status. Therefore, you have until December 31, 2023, to (re)activate your passive status. Every passively certified individual has already received a personal email from DSI regarding this. If we do not receive a response to this message before December 31, 2023, your registration with DSI will be automatically terminated. In that case, we thank you for your involvement with DSI and invite you to subscribe to the DSI newsletter to stay informed about future developments.
Are you currently (candidate)certified in one of our registers and would like to register for an exam (Knowledge, Skills, Integrity)? For more information, refer to the register in which you are included in our DSI Certification Overview. Under the admission requirements for each register, you will find all the information about the training for each competency component and the registration process.
Note! It may also be possible to register for an exam through your employer.
The easiest way to find your DSI registration number is through the DSI Public Register. See the example screenshot from the Public Register below. There, you can find your DSI registration number at the bottom left.
Use the “Last Name Professional” search field in the Public Register to check how you are registered with DSI. Always enter your double last name, as the system searches for an exact match.
Tip 1 | If the last name starts with a prefix, omit it. For example, if searching for the last name “de Boer,” search for “Boer.”
Tip 2 | If you have a double last name, enter both names with a space, dash, and space between them. For instance, if your name is “Van den Berg – Bakker,” search for “Berg – Bakker.” Pay attention to the correct use of capital letters.
You can be included in more than one register if you meet certain job profile and admission requirements. An overview of the various DSI registers and their conditions can be found here.
Absolutely. You can request certification as a self-employed professional, temporary worker or contractor, franchisee, or employee of an institution that is affiliated with a DSI participant’s AFM license.
Your diplomas will remain valid for as long as you meet the current requirements for the register in which you were certified. You can also maintain your professional expertise, even if you are no longer DSI-certified, for example by participating in the periodic tests for your certification. Check the DSI website regularly for new information. If you missed the periodic test, you can always take it again later, because the tests are always updated together with the relevant examinations.
DSI only accredits examinations. You are entirely free to choose the best way to prepare for the exams. Ask your employer and/or educational institution which training options are available to you.
The European Securities & Markets Authority (ESMA), the organisation that drafted the ESMA Guidelines, determines who is eligible to serve as a supervisor. Only those employees who possess suitable qualifications and experience, as stipulated in the ESMA Guidelines, may act as supervisors of Candidate Certified Professionals (professionals who do not yet meet all of the Guideline criteria) within an organisation. The employee may not work under supervision for longer than 4 years. For more information, please refer to the ESMA Guidelines and the AFM.
The Financial Markets Authority requires Certified Professionals to have the equivalent of 12 months of relevant fulltime work experience.
Based on this criteria, DSI has drawn up the following requirement for DSI certification:
During a 12-month period (fulltime equivalent) over the past five years, the Certified professional has spent a substantial portion of his/her time on register-related activities, whether in the current position or in previous positions.
That means the required work experience for a part-time position must be proportional to 12 months of fulltime employment.
DSI expects employers to pay close attention to their employees’ work history when hiring new employees. To that end, DSI asks employers to state whether the employee meets the 12-month requirement in writing as part of the Employer’s Statement.
DSI differentiates between three general categories of certifications that professionals can obtain: Retail, Institutional and Specialist.
Most likely, you haven’t selected your employer in the dropdown menu. It’s best to ask your employer to send you an invitation. This way, you’ll go through the correct certification process, and the certification will be paid for by your employer.
Unfortunately, no. By submitting your application, you declare that you have provided your information fully and truthfully. DSI conducts certification based on this data. After this point, it is no longer possible to make changes to your information.
If you have additional questions, please contact one of our Customer Care Officers at DSI via 020 620 12 74 or via our contactform.
Yes, if you meet the job profiles and admission requirements. An overview of the various DSI registers and their corresponding conditions can be found here.
Absolutely. You can get certified as a freelancer (ZZP’er), as a temporary worker or seconded employee, as a franchisee, or as an employee of an institution connected to the AFM license of a DSI participant. For freelancers, we have created a specific page: certification as a freelancer (ZZP-er).
This is determined by the European Securities & Markets Authority (ESMA), the author of the mandatory ESMA Guidelines. Only employees with both appropriate qualifications and relevant experience (as specified in the ESMA Guidelines) are allowed to act as supervisors for candidate-certified professionals, i.e., those who do not yet comply with the guidelines. The concerned employee may not work under supervision for more than 4 years. For more information, please refer to the ESMA Guidelines and the AFM.
The Financial Markets Authority requires 12 months of relevant full-time work experience.
Based on this, DSI sets the following requirement concerning DSI certification:
The certified individual must have spent a substantial part of their time, either in their current position or in previous positions within the last five years, engaged in activities related to the register for a period of twelve months on a full-time basis.
This implies that in the case of a part-time employment contract, the required number of months of work experience should be adjusted accordingly (calculation depending on the part-time percentage).
DSI expects employers to have a clear understanding of their employees’ work experience upon hiring. That’s why DSI requests employers to provide written confirmation, on the employee’s employer statement, stating that the twelve-month requirement has been met.
According to our privacy statement, we handle the data carefully. We have various categories of personal data with different retention periods.
Do you work in different roles related to multiple DSI registers? You can request an Additional Certification through MyDSI. Check out this page for an overview of all DSI certifications. More information about applying for an additional certification can be found on this page.
Note: If you are currently certified for an ‘Inform’ register and want to move to an ‘Advise’ register, choose ‘Change Certification’ instead of ‘Additional Certification.’
What do you need from me? Information provided to us in the past two years does not need to be resubmitted. However, for applying for a new certification, you will need to undergo a screening by Validata again if the screening was conducted more than 1 year ago.
Check here for more information on the certification application process.
Are you a freelancer and want to certify yourself with DSI? On this page, you will find a detailed explanation of how the application process at DSI works for freelancers. The application process differs if you, as a freelancer, have your own AFM license or not. Select the process that applies to you and check the details:
When applying for or modifying a certification, various components are assessed by Validata. The specific elements evaluated during the screening depend on the type of application. At the start of the screening, Validata always provides you with information about the screening process and the necessary documents to submit.
You can access a document showing the screening components for each type of application through this link.
Various requirements apply for the admission of professionals to a register and for maintaining certification. These requirements range from admission criteria to the mandatory completion of a Continuing Professional Education program. Below is an overview of the different requirements.
To certify for a specific register, a candidate must successfully complete a knowledge exam at one of the accredited training institutes. The exams and conditions vary per register.
Professionals seeking certification in one of the ESMA registers must meet the competence requirements outlined in MiFID II and ESMA guidelines. This includes a skills assessment. Through the exam, professionals demonstrate the necessary skills to work competently and stay competent.
DSI Integrity Program
A professional must have successfully completed the DSI Integrity Program. This program includes an e-learning course from the Dutch Compliance Institute and, for some registers, attending an additional workshop.
A certified professional has spent a substantial part of the past five years, for a minimum of twelve months (full-time), engaged in activities related to the register, either in the current position or in previous roles.
Continuing Professional Education (PE)
Every certified professional is obligated to annually complete the Continuing Professional Education program. This ensures that certified professionals keep their knowledge and expertise up-to-date. These courses are taken at one of the accredited training institutes.
We expect you to have successfully completed PV 2023 before January 1, 2024, so you can start PV 2024 on January 1, 2024.
If you have not yet started one of the PV programs, please contact the trainings institute who offer PV 2023 program to register for this programme. Always check with your employer if there are any agreements with one of the training institutes.
We are informed twice a year by the training institutes about the exam results of the PV programme, in January and July. Those are the moments we update the status in the DSI Public Register.
We recommend you start with PV 2023.
If you are registered as a (candidate) certified professional before January 1st 2022 at DSI, and you have not successfully completed PV 2022, the certification status can be restored in order to meet the professional competence requirements. We have set the deadline for PV 2022 on July 1st, 2023. Therefore it is no longer possible to access PV 2022.
If you were registered with DSI after January 1st 2022, you were not obligated for PV for 2022. You can immediately start with PV 2023.
There is no Continuing Professional Education program for the Integrity register at this moment, so the requirement does not apply to you.
No, if you registered with DSI in 2023, then you are not required to complete the Continuing Professional Education program until 2024.
If you have already been registered at DSI in the last two years, you do have the obligation to complete PV 2023.
You can find a list of accredited education providers in this overview. Several different providers offer accredited Continuing Professional Education programs, so we recommend that you ask your employer if the organisation has made any arrangements with a specific provider. Many DSI participants have made such arrangements, so you may not have to choose a provider on your own.
The Continuing Professional Education objectives differ from register to register. The learning objectives for each register are listed on this page.
If you are registered with DSI before January 1st of the current calendar year, then you are required to complete the Continuing Professional Education program. It is important for you to keep your knowledge up-to-date, even if you have not yet earned all of the required diplomas or certificates.
This requirement does not apply to Candidate Certified Professionals or Certified Professionals listed in the Integrity register.
As soon as the PE 2024 program becomes available with the training providers, you can begin with the PE 2024. However, we recommend completing PE 2023 first.
You have the opportunity to successfully complete the PE 2023 until April 1, 2024. If you haven’t passed the PE 2023 program by this date, your status in the DSI Public Register will be converted to Candidate Certified, regardless of whether you have already started with PE 2024.
If you were registered with DSI after January 1st 2024, you were not obligated for PE for 2023. You can immediately start with PE 2024 as soon as the PE 2024 program becomes available.
If a (Candidate)Certified Professional does not successfully complete the program before 1 April 2025, then their current status in the DSI register will be converted to ‘Candidate Certified Professional’. That means you no longer meet the legal requirements for proving your professional expertise.
No, if you registered with DSI in 2024, then you are not required to complete the Continuing Professional Education program until 2025.
If you have already been registered at DSI in the last two years, you do have the obligation to complete PV 2024.
We expect you to have successfully completed PV 2024 before January 1, 2025.
If you have not yet started one of the PV programs, please contact the trainings institute who offer PV 2024 program to register for this program. Always check with your employer if there are any agreements with one of the training institutes.
The deadline for completing the 2021 Continuing Professional Education program is 1 June 2022. If you have not yet started one of the Continuing Professional Education programs, please contact one of the education providers offering the 2021 Continuing Professional Education program to enrol in the programme.
If you have already completed the Continuing Professional Education requirements for 2021, congratulations! You can ignore this e-mail.
Twice each year, the education providers send DSI a list of professionals who have successfully completed the Continuing Professional Education program for that year. DSI received the results for the 2021 programme in January and July 2022. We process these results in the DSI register upon receipt, and when the data are processed we notify the Certified Professionals, even if our data show that a Certified Professional has not yet completed the Continuing Professional Education program for a register.
You do not have to submit the diplomas or certificates or upload any documents to prove that you have completed the study programme. DSI will process the results automatically based on the information we receive from the educational institutions.
We recommend that you contact your education provider. Our website provides an overview of all DSI-accredited education providers.
If a Certified Professional does not successfully complete the programme before 1 July 2022, then their current status in the DSI register will be converted to ‘Candidate Certified Professional’. That means you no longer meet the legal requirements for proving your professional expertise.
If you have not passed PV2022 before July 1st 2023, your current status in the DSI register will be converted to candidate certified. You then no longer meet the legal requirements of being competent and aware of the latest developments in the areas of integrity, knowledge and skills. We would like to refer you to the following FAQ: I have not yet obtained my PV 2022, how can I restore my certification status?
The deadline for obtaining PV 2022 has passed. There are no more possibilities to complete PV 2022. If you have not obtained PV 2022, you can find out how to restore your certification status in article 10 of the Continuing Permanent Education Regulations.
If you are registered as candidate certified in one of the registers below, you must pass the applicable knowledge exam for the relevant register.
If you are registered as candidate certified in the Securities Trader register, the knowledge exam DSI Securities Trader of NIBE-SVV will suffice to restore your certification.
If you are registered as candidate certified in the Investment Analyst or Compliance Professional register, we offer the one time opportunity to follow the Continuing Permanent Education 2022. A request to participate in this can be submitted via Certification@dsi.nl stating your registration number. The Continuing Permanent Education Program 2022 must then be completed before December 1st 2023.
No, if you registered with DSI in 2022, then you are not required to complete the Continuing Professional Education program until 2023.
If you have already been registered at DSI in the last two years, you do have the obligation to complete PV 2023.
The dealine for PV 2022 has passed on july 1st 2023. Signing up is no longer possible.
On July 1st 2023 PV 2022 has been closed. If you have any questions contact email@example.com. We will help you further.
If a (Candidate)Certified Professional does not successfully complete the program before 1 January 2023, then their current status in the DSI register will be converted to ‘Candidate Certified Professional’. That means you no longer meet the legal requirements for proving your professional expertise.
No, that is not necessary. We regularly receive the results of all training providers and automatically update your certification details. So you don’t need to do anything.
Our DSI assistants can manually correct your registration in our back office system. Simply send an e- mail with your request to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with the following information:
We will process your request and send you a reply as quickly as possible. Please note that the waiting time might be a bit longer than you are accustomed to.
Some certifications are not correctly displayed in the new MijnDSI environment at the moment. We are aware of this problem, and are hard at work on a solution. Once we have solved the problem in the Public Register, we will post a notification on this page.
If the matter is urgent, and you need an answer within one working week, then the DSI assistants can manually correct your registration in our back office system.
Simply send an e-mail with your request to email@example.com, along with the following information:
We will process your request and send you a reply as quickly as possible.
The status indicators show the status of items as they are known to your employees. The status overview below the dashboard shows:
We are aware of this problem, and are hard at work on a solution. Once we have solved the problem with the employee overview statuses, we will post a notification on this page.
If you urgently need to know an employee’s status, we can look it up for you. Simply send an e-mail to Team Certification at firstname.lastname@example.org, with the following information:
The status notifications shown in the section ‘find, export, invite’ are the status of the screening. The list below explains the status notifications:
We are aware of this problem, and are hard at work on a solution. Once we have solved the problem in the employee overview, we will post a notification on this page.
If you urgently need to know an employee’s status, we can look it up for you. Simply send an e-mail to email@example.com, with the following details:
At the bottom of your screen, you’ll see a line with the name of your employer. Double-clicking on it will take you to your application.
Don’t see this line?
Is your account still empty?
Then, please contact our Customer Care Officers via our contact form or call 020 620 12 74.
We are aware of this problem. The cause may be that you have more than one role, for example because you are the contact person for multiple business units and/or you are both a contact person for your employer and a DSI certified professional.
Fortunately, we can re-set your password for you and/or add your double role to your profile, so that you can switch between your different roles in the future.
If this situation applies to you, please notify your relations manager Nana Asante via firstname.lastname@example.org, with reference to ‘re-set password for certification participant’. Please include the following details in your e-mail:
We will process your request as quickly as possible, and we will notify you once we have re-set your login details.
There is a new URL for MijnDSI. Instead of trying www.mijndsi.nl, enter www.mijn.dsi.nl for direct access.
We’re sorry to hear that you can’t log in using your current user name and password. Fortunately, we can re-set them for you.
In the login screen, click on ‘I can’t log in’ under ‘User Name and Password’. Enter your e-mail address, and we will send you an e-mail with a link to change your password.
If you do not have a MijnDSI account, you can create one by clicking on ‘I don’t have an account’ in the MijnDSI portal.
The new MijnDSI requires sharp images to correctly verify the authenticity of documents. If you cannot upload your document, try taking a sharper photo of the image and upload it again. Please note: the maximum file size is 5 MB.
Are you still having trouble uploading a document?
If it is for a screening request, please contact our Screening Officers via email@example.com or call 020-620 12 47.
If it is for a certification request, please contact our Certification Officers via firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020-620 12 47.
Unfortunately, MijnDSI is only accessible via a desktop or laptop at the moment. In the future, we will add the option to enter changes in MijnDSI via mobile devices as well. Until then, we ask that you enter any changes via a desktop or laptop.
At the bottom of the screen, you will see the name of your employer. Double-click on this link to view your request.
Don’t see this link? MijnDSI is optimised for the Firefox and Chrome browsers, and does not work as well in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge. If you use Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge, then try logging in via Chrome. This may correct the problems with your account.
If your account is still empty, please contact our helpdesk via email@example.com or call 020 620 12 74.
We have noticed that some professionals do not use the link sent by their (future) employer when submitting a screening request. We ask that you use this link. If you have not received a link via e-mail, we ask that you request another link from your (future) employer. This will allow your (future) employer to monitor the status of your screening application. That makes the process more convenient and efficient for everyone.
DSI has noticed that applicants occasionally try to upload more than one diploma per document file. This makes the verification process more difficult, so please only upload one diploma document per file.
Also please note that DSI will only list 3 additional diplomas on your screening report, so you only need to upload a maximum of 3 separate diploma documents.
The drop-down menu for ‘Work history’ in your MijnDSI platform shows the option ‘Multiple periods’. We ask that you do not choose this option in the drop-down menu. Experience has shown that the term ‘multiple periods’ in your screening report can cause confusion. DSI is working on removing this option from the system, but until then we ask that you do not select this option in the menu.
You will have to upload documents as part of the screening application. Please make sure that the files are not larger than 5 Mb. The platform will not accept uploaded files that are larger than 5 Mb.
The platform can always read .jpeg files, but it may have difficulty recognising other file formats, for example when uploading your proof of identification.
MijnDSI works well on a desktop and laptop, but has not yet been optimised for other devices, such as smartphones, iPhones, tablets or iPads.
So if you log into MijnDSI using one of these devices, it will not work properly. We recommend that you use a desktop computer or laptop.
The screening is conducted by Validata. They can assist you personally in answering this question. Generally, after the candidate has provided the required information, the average processing time for a screening at Validata is approximately 10 business days. Components that may have a longer processing time include the Certificate of Good Conduct (VOG) and the verification of foreign diplomas.
You can find more information about the screening process at Validata through this link.
For additional information, you can visit a dedicated FAQ page at Validata for frequently asked questions about the screening process. Validata can be reached on weekdays from 8:00 to 20:00 (until 18:00 on Fridays) by phone at +31 (0) 88 050 2100 and via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The screening is carried out by Validata, and they can assist you in answering this question. You can find more information about the screening process at Validata through this link.
The screening is conducted by Validata. Once you’ve submitted a certification application through MijnDSI, you will automatically receive an invitation from Validata for an employee screening. Depending on the application, the screening process may include the following components: identity document, highest completed education, work experience, Certificate of Good Conduct (VOG), and the integrity questionnaire.
The screening is conducted by Validata. By logging into the Validata system (Valluga), you can track the status of your screening. You can find more information about the screening process at Validata through this link.
To check the status of your certification application, log in to your MijnDSI environment. Under “my applications,” you will see the status of your application.
The screening is performed by Validata. They can help you personally with answering this question. In general, after the candidate has provided the required data, the average screening time at Valdata is approximately 5 working days. Components that have a longer lead time are the Declaration of Conduct (VOG) and the verification of foreign diplomas’s.
This link will give you more information about the Validata screening process.
For more information, please visit a special FAQ page of Validata for frequently asked questions about the screening process. Validata will be available on weekdays from 8:00 to 20:00 (on Fridays until 18:00) by phone at +31 (0) 88 050 2100 and email by email@example.com
At the bottom of the screen, you will see the name of your employer. Double-click on this link to view your request. Don’t see this link?
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Still can’t see your account details?
If it is for a screening request, please contact our Screening Officers via firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 620 12 74.
If it is for a certification request, please contact our Certification Officers via email@example.com or call 020 620 12 74.