What is GDPR?
GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation; the strongest set of data protection principles the world has ever seen. The changes, introduced on 25th May 2018, saw a complete overhaul in the was data was processed and stored by companies.
What will this course teach me?
This course will explain the reasons for the new regulation, and the scope of its application, and identify the key participants in the processing of personal data and their responsibilities. Key principles are covered, and the risks and opportunities that arrive, complete with examples.
It is important that all organisations recognise the impact of the GDPR regulations on their business, and the steps required to achieve compliance and building a privacy awareness culture.
So whether you need to implement changes to meet GDPR regulation requirements or you need to launch your own awareness campaign, this course has been designed to address all audiences and prepare them for the next steps.
Is this GDPR course certified?
Yes, the certification from the APM Group International and will show that organisations have taken the steps to educate their teams, and that a minimum level of knowledge is in place across the business.
Which study method would suit me best?
Our online courses are incredibly engaging and use a mix of audio, film, animation, pictures and diagrams; this ensures they are suitable for all types of learners from visual to auditory.
Classroom courses, either face to face or virtual, are great for kinesthetic learners and those who want to engage with the trainer and other students. The learning is intense and therefore perfect for those wanting to quickly build their skills and achieve certification.
Blended learning is a hybrid option which combines these two learning styles, enabling you to prepare for the course with online learning, then cover major topics and themes with one of our expert trainers in a classroom setting.
Providing effective insight and best practice processes to ensure compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
Training teams is what we do really well, so if you have more than one person to train it may be more cost effective for you to consider our corporate solutions. Courses are offered online, on-site or virtually; there are so many options so it’s best for you to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your requirements and we will send you a tailored quote.