GDPR Principle 7 - Your business must provide data protection training for all staff
From May 25th 2018 the Data Protection laws are changing with GDPR coming into force. Human error, caused by a lack of understanding of how to comply with GDPR, could cost you 4% of your turnover or 20 million euros, whichever is higher!
The UK Information Commisioner’s Office (ICO) states that “GDPR applies to ‘personal data’ meaning any information relating to an identifiable person who can be directly or indirectly identified”.
Are you aware that any of the following are deemed to be personal data?
Email address – either personal or business
Do you understand an individual’s rights and how your business will comply with these rights?
Most small to medium sized businesses have been left confused by what is required of them but our range of GDPR online courses will provide training suitable for all staff at all levels.
To become compliant and meet regulations, the ICO states under GDPR Principle 7 that your business must provide data protection training and refresher training for all staff.
We have courses to suit all levels and budgets. All our courses come with the FREE private use of our learning management system, the Online Training Academy, and Licence Manager enabling you to maximise discounts and deliver, track, evidence and manage your staff training.
Do browse the courses below to find the one which best suits your needs. We have further courses on GDPR if these CPD approved courses do not meet your requirements.
If you have ANY questions on the best course for you or your team, or would like to trial a selection of GDPR courses, we are hear to help
Call Carolyn or Sonya on 0844 854 9218 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
GDPR Online Courses – all CPD Approved
General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) £15/user
The key differences between the current data protection regime and the new one
What the accountability principle is and how to comply with this requirement
What rights people have over the processing of their data and the grounds for the exercising of these rights
How to respond to subject access requests and other requests from individuals
How to obtain valid consent and the penalties for getting consent wrong
The legal ways to process data
How fines are determined and how to minimise them
The investigative and corrective powers of supervisory authorities
The judicial remedies against data controllers & data processors
The rights of data subjects should they have data breached
Guidance on what organisations should do to help prevent breaches
What to do in the event of a breach
What the new law stipulates a contract between a controller and a processor must contain
What controllers and processors need to think about before contract negotiations
The particular issues that surround cloud service providers
Course duration approximately 300 minutes
Receive Our Newsletter
Keep up to date with what’s happening in the world of education, training and skills. Receive details of offers and newly launched courses, and tips on effective online and blended learning practise by signing up to our monthly newsletter. We guarantee not to sell or pass on your details and you can unsubscribe at any time.