GDPR (the General Data Protection Regulations) was implemented on 25 May 2018.
This course is part of series of half-day (3 hour) workshops are designed to help charities develop a greater understanding of the detail and impact of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and of how to develop their practice to ensure they become and remain GDPR compliant. These are interactive workshops, at the end of which you should be clear on what your responsibilities are.
Based on practical experience and working through information sharing, discussions and a range of tools, including case studies and scenarios, these workshops will provide a range of tools to help you understand the different aspects of GDPR.
What is consent? How do/should you obtain it? When do you need consent and when do you not? How will you evidence that? What is marketing and how do you both obtain and evidence consent for your work?
This workshop will look at what this means in practice for the work of your organisation. It will also touch on data breaches and how to manage them.
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.”
If you are only interested in attending one or two of the sessions please give Julie Anne a call 0131 555 9127 (Mon – Thu)