General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) Course - 15th January 2019

Introduction

Updated training on Data Protection in 2018/19 is essential for all managers, HR teams, staff, volunteers and ITC/data specialists alike.   Firstly, because the amount of confidential data that goes astray each year remains worryingly high and secondly because the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) now place the UK under some of the most stringent data protection rules in the world; and the penalties for non-compliance are huge. 

It has been estimated that the fines on UK business of £880,500 in 2016/17 would have been closer to £69 Million under the GDPR.  Compensation settlements, bad publicity and the loss of valuable data increase the real cost of the penalties still further.

The stringent GDPR and the penalties for breach mean all businesses and organisations that use or store data about individuals need to ensure management and staff remain aware of data protection and embed it in everything they do.  No organisation can afford to ignore or get data protection wrong.  Data Protection covers every employer and every organisation. Staff and volunteer training have to be routine (QED Training recommends refresher training at least every two years) and far more than just securing signatures or having policies in a glossy handbook.  

This one-day course reminds participants of the importance of safeguarding data, updates them on the latest legislation and helps them consider what they need to do, individually, to meet it

 

For Whom

The course is suitable for representatives from all businesses and organisations and at all levels.  When delivered as a bespoke in-house workshop we can tailor content to include and reflect on your existing policies. 

 

Aims and Objectives

The course provides a stimulating and lively introduction to, or refresher training on, Data Protection.

It brings participants up to date with the current requirements for data protection and provides an opportunity for participants to consider what they need to do meet it.

Participants return to their job roles with a raft of ideas for improving performance.

 

CONTENT  

1. Data Protection – General Principles

The first part of the course explains the key principles and practice that underpin effective Data Protection. The rationale behind it and its links to other laws governing the employment of staff and provision of services in the context of handling and processing data are explained.

  • The Data Protection Act and Data Security
  • The 6 principles of the GDPR and Links to other Legislation
  • Defining what is meant by “personal data”
  • Defining and exploring the roles of the: –
  • Data Controller and Processor
  • Data Subject and Users, including Secondary Data Subject
  • Information Commissioner    
  • Role of an Internal Data Compliance Officer
  • Defining “processing” and “fair processing”
  • Considerations that need to be addressed for fair and legal processing
  • Sensitive data and the different considerations that need addressing
  • Data security issues -organisational & technical
  • Securing and Evidencing Consent
  • Individual rights and responsibilities
  • Current Sanctions, Fines and Penalties

 2. The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) – In Greater Detail

The GDPR regulations are explored in more detail. Starting with a new Definition of “Personal Data”. Participants work through the following menu of topics.

  • Privacy Management
  • Privacy by Design
  • Privacy Practice
  • Data Sharing Agreements with Cloud Service Providers
  • Record Keeping
  • Information Provided at Data Collection
  • Who needs to be told what and when
  • Profiling
  • Processing data and determining criteria about persons
  • Opting Out
  • Legitimate Interests & Direct Marketing
  • Destruction and alteration of data
  • Notifications – Breaches & Exceptions
  • Data Subject Access Requests
  • The Right to Data Portability
  • Retention & The Right to be Forgotten     

 

The workshop also provides an opportunity for participants to review their own organisations data protection policies and procedures, to raise question and receive answers, guidance and sign posting to further sources of support and help

 


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15th January, 2019 10:00 AM   through   4:00 PM
Equality Together, Manningham Mills CC
Lilycroft Road
Bradford, BD9 5BD
United Kingdom

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Full Day Course Fees - choose the appropriate price band
Voluntary/community organisations from Bradford District (registered on DivaBradford) and VAL Essentials £ 70.00
Other Voluntary/Community organisations £ 90.00
Stautory Orgs/Private Companies/ Individuals £ 160.00

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