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Libraries offer myGov insight

Published: 7 March 2019

Libraries offer myGov insight
A series of workshops are being held by Logan libraries in March and April on how to access government services online through myGov

Logan libraries are inviting the community to learn more about how to access government online services through myGov.

This is a secure way to access government services online with one login and one password.

City Lifestyle and Community Committee Chairperson Councillor Steve Swenson said a series of workshops would be held in March and April to help job seekers with
barriers find out how to set up and access a myGov account.

“These workshops presented by MatchWorks will provide participants with tips on how to manage their Centrelink accounts online with ease,” Cr Swenson said.

“Anyone finding it difficult to navigate the myGov system is encouraged to attend one of these library workshops as they will offer practical information.”

Workshop participants will need to bring along their own mobile phones, photo identification and myGov Customer Reference Number (CRN).

MatchWorks will be help participants set up their accounts and go through the features myGov has to offer.

Individuals are able to use one username and password to link a range of government services to their myGov account, including Australian JobSearch, Centrelink, Medicare, My Health Record, Child Support, National Disability Insurance Scheme and much more.

Workshops are scheduled for:

* Marsden Library: from 9.30am on Tuesday, March 12.

* Logan Central Library: from 9.30am on Tuesday, March 26 and Tuesday, April 23 and;;

* Logan Hyperdome Library: from 5.30pm on Tuesday, April 16.

Bookings are essential and can be made by contacting your local library or online via loganlibraries.org/whats-on