The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is designed to strengthen and unify data protection principles for all individuals within the European Union and the European Economic Area.
The GDPR is an incredibly important change to data privacy regulations. Understanding its correct implementation is vital for all UK businesses and organisations, particularly for staff who regularly deal with personal data.
This online Introducing GDPR E-Learning course is designed specially for those front line staff and provides a clear introduction to the main elements of the GDPR, including compliance and the consequences of non-compliance.
The Introducing GDPR e-learning course explains the roles of key players – Data Protection Officers, Data Controllers, Data Protection Leads and Data Processors and covers the main categories of personal data, along with the six lawful bases for processing data, and how to audit the data your organisation holds.
Finally, there’s important information on data breaches; how to avoid them, what to do if one is discovered and how to file a breach report.
Introducing GDPR Target Audience
This online Introducing GDPR E-Learning course is aimed at anyone who has access to personal data. This mainly applied to front line data processors but will also include HR personnel, supervisors and managers.
Introducing GDPR Advantages
Understanding the reasons for and scope of the GDPR can mean that data is handled professionally, securely and in compliance with the Law. This is a benefit for individuals and the company as a whole as it provides a level of confidence that things are being done correctly and protection from potential legal issues.
CPD approval means that this course can be used by those that need to prove they are continually developing themselves.
Online training is flexible, efficient, and cost-effective, meaning the candidate can progress through the modules at their own pace and in their own time to fit the training in around their work and personal life.
Duration of the course
Introducing GDPR Modules
Types of Data
Data Subjects’ Rights