GDPR and Data Protection




Data Protection Online E-learning Course - Inluding new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) Information.

The data protection legislation (or data protection act as it’s sometimes called) is designed to ensure that personal information (data) is not processed without the knowledge (and in certain cases) the consent of the data subject (i.e. the person or organisation that the information is about) is processed is accurate and to enforce a set of standards for the processing of the information.

The data protection e-learning course has been created to give a basic awareness and knowledge on the important legislation surrounding this subject. The course provides a highly engaging way to understand the area of data protection. The course can be accessed by anyone with an internet connection so it can also be used for people working away from your business premises but who may be handling data.

This course has now been updated with new awareness information in readiness for the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) that comes into effect in May 2018.

The GDPR information includes:

Competency and awareness

Ensuring all staff and decision makers have understanding of the new GDPR regulations and the impact the new regulations will have.

Documentation and audit trail

The updated course looks at the importance of maintaining documented records and having an information audit trail.

Forward planning and review

Planning for the new GDPR regulations and ensuring your information is formatted correctly. It covers evaluation of your processes and reviewing how they apply to the new regulations.

Data access requests

We look at how you can develop and implement a plan for the new General Data Protection Regulations and how to deal with requests.

Legal basis on which you use personal data

Importantly we cover the legal basis of personal data use and documenting it.

Consent and individual rights

It’s vital that you obtain the correct consent and we look at the importance of protecting children. It also covers individuals rights to obtain information and the transfer of data outside of the EU.

Impact assessment

We look at the overall impact of the GDPR regulations and how to asses the impact on your organisation.

Data Protection Officers (DPO)

How to Identify if a DPO is required and the skills and service contract required.

International

Looking at the international elements of the new GDPR regulations and which authority your business comes under.

 


Learning outcomes

By the end of the course you will have learned about:

  • Impact and readiness information relating to the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
  • Why is data protection important?
  • What sort of data does it apply to?
  • Should personal data be disclosed to anyone who asks for it?
  • Can you keep personal data for as long as you like?
  • Can you do what you like with personal data?
  • When do you need to get consent?
  • How should a data access request be handled?
  • Can personal data be freely passed between divisions of a company

Data protection course content

Preloaded HTML module (content fully editable)
  • Introduction
  • The Data Protection Act
  • Awareness and Readiness for GDPR
  • Personal Data
  • Record Management
  • Good Practice
  • Right of Access
  • Key Points
  • Further Information

Who should complete this course?

The Data Protection course is designed for employees and managers use or are around any chemicals or hazardous substances at work.

  • Prior Learning? - None required
  • Pre Course learning? - None required
  • Certification - All candidates who successfully complete the module will be issued with a certificate of learning
  • Duration - Approximately 30 minutes

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