GDPR (the General Data Protection Regulations) were implemented on 25 May 2018.
What is a Privacy Statement and how do you develop one and what do you do with it when you have? What should it look like for your customers, your staff and your stakeholders? What are Information Sharing Agreements and Privacy Impact Assessments and why are they important for you?
And finally – how long must you hold information for, and why, and then how do you manage this process?
By the end of the course all these questions will have been answered.
Testimonials from the one-day GDPR course
“An excellent balance of theoretical and practical advice from an engaging, experienced practitioner.”
“This was really helpful and simplified a potentially important topic. Very impressed with trainer Kirsty – really knows her stuff.”
About the Trainer
Kirstine has many years’ experience as a senior manager in the NHS, Local Authorities and in the Scottish Health Department. She spent 10 years as a member of the Executive Team of Alternative Futures Group, a large mental health and learning disability charity in the North-West of England, before returning to Scotland in May 2017. She now runs her own business providing support and advice on corporate and charity governance, risk and strategy, and GDPR and information governance. A Prince 2 practitioner and a qualified archivist she is a trustee for Mobee UK and a member of the IoD, the IRMS and the Scottish Council on Archives.