What is GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulation came into effect on May 25th 2018.
The aim of the GDPR is to protect all EU citizens from privacy and data breaches in an increasingly data-driven world that is vastly different from the time in which the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive was first established.
Although the key principles of data privacy still hold true to the previous directive, many changes have been proposed to the regulatory policies.
What training do we offer?
We offer a one-day GDPR UK awareness training course which incorporates participative sessions with scenario-based material to help candidates build understanding, stimulate interest and gain commitment to changing their organisation’s culture.
What you will learn?
- Understand the reasons for the new regulation and the scope of its application
- Be able to identify the key participants in processing of personal data
- Understand the key principles and conditions that determine the lawful basis for processing
- Be familiar with the key regulatory aspects impacting organisations and the risks and opportunities this brings
- Identify your next steps for achieving compliance and building a privacy awareness culture
Who is it for?
The course and certification are designed for any individuals from small, medium or large UK organisations who wish to make data privacy matter. In particular, for organisations who want to:
- Promote better use of personal data in compliance with GDPR
- Launch their own data privacy awareness campaigns
- Gain a basic understanding of the GDPR before planning their own compliance programmes
The course has been designed to address all UK audiences and prepare them for their next steps.
Key areas of the course
Following completion of the course candidates should be able to:
- Explain the reasons for the new regulation and the scope of its application
- Identify the key participants in processing of personal data and discuss their responsibilities
- Discuss the key principles and conditions that determine the lawful basis for processing
- Outline the key regulatory aspects impacting organisations and the risks and opportunities arising
- Identify the next steps for achieving compliance and building a privacy awareness culture