What does GDPR stand for? It stands for General Data Protection Regulations. The new laws regarding GDPR comes into full force on Friday 25th May 2018!
The EU general data protection regulation (GDPR), is the culmination of 4 years of efforts to update data protection for the 21st century. It is a regulation in EU Law on data
protection and privacy for all individuals within the European union. The UK government has also committed to the regulations following Brexit. GDPR addresses the export of personal data and the internal handling of data in companies.
Who the course is aimed at:
GDPR is based around people who store and uses data. This online training course is based around all companies and organisations that collate, deal, store and use “data”. GDPR applies to data processing, which includes collecting, keeping, using, passing on and deleting personal data. It applies to all organisations irrespective of size, including charities. Still think that GDPR doesn’t relate to you? Think again! GDPR is going to affect how we all use, manage and store data and will apply to all companies and organisations within the UK and European Union.
What does the course cover:
What is GDPR?
Who does GDPR apply to?
Good working practices with security and your data!
Non-compliance to GDPR, what could this mean for you!
And much much more………
Understand what the new GDPR legislation expects from you and your organisation.
Understand the roles of the "Processor" and "Controller"
Know when you need to fully comply with GDPR.
Use our "Health check" to see if you are "GDPR ready"!
Free Risk Assessment Forms.
Test and Certification:
At the end of the course you will be given a test of 10 multiple choice questions. The required pass rate is 80%.
You will be able to download and print (if required) a digital certificate on completion of the course.
Main course certificates lasts for 12 months.
All our courses have been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
Main Course: Approximately 15 minutes (excluding time taken for the final exams).
There are no specific entry requirements for this course.