The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25th May 2018. It raises the bar significantly for how firms process personal data. Data protection is now a core skillset for all businesses – from the multinational to the small family firm. This course aims to provide you with the skills and knowledge to achieve compliance under the new data protection regime. This will be supplemented with a deeper-dive into the operational activities that are the essential part of any compliance programme.
This 2 day course is developed exclusively for Griffith College by Fort Privacy. It is a programme which provides professional training for small and medium enterprise. This training course will provide attendees with core knowledge of the data protection concepts and practices that are embedded into the GDPR giving them the confidence to contribute to their organisations compliance activities. This will be supplemented with a deeper-dive into the operational activities that are the essential part of any compliance programme. Attendees will examine the aspects of modern, digital on-line business that are driving the legislative changes in the GDPR and how these changes will impact on business practices. They will learn the key elements of compliance that are the building blocks for safe, compliant personal data processing.
Attendees will learn how to
Analyse data protection principles
Understand how data protection practice is evolving under GDPR
Examine how the key changes in GDPR impact your organisation
Identify the operational activities that are required for compliance
Determine the elements that need to be incorporated into their GDPR compliance roadmap
This course introduces the concepts and principles of data protection and examines the significant changes in GDPR. We explore the concept of lawful processing in detail to equip attendees to ensure the data processing operations are lawful. We also look at further changes expected with the updated e-Privacy regulation and how to future proof your current compliance activities for the expected changes. The second part of the course examines the key compliance operations including the data catalog, data protection policies and statements, Data Protection officers and the key activities that go to demonstrating compliance. We examine what requirements are laid down in the GDPR for each of these activities and how to approach them in a GDPR compliant manner. We explore how to build these activities into a roadmap for compliance for your organisation.
The focus of our training at all times is on practical application of data protection within common business scenarios equipping participants with knowledge and tools that can be applied immediately. The course includes exercises to illustrate the topic and reinforce learning.
2 Day Course from 9am to 5pm
September: 04, 05
Directly to Griffith College Short Courses department.
Study Mode Part-Time
Fee: EUR 750.00
Participants may wish to further their studies at Griffith College.