GDPR workshop - the practical aspect
SPECIAL OFFER PRICE FOR ICAS MEMBERS: £245 + VAT
Non-member price for Online Live: £320 + VAT
Non-member price in England: £634 + VAT
Please note, due to differences regarding external costs, courses outside of Scotland are priced separately. ICAS members are eligible for a discounted price on all courses running in England & Wales.
Timing for Online Live: 9.30am-4.30pm
Timing for face-to-face: 9.30am-5.00pm
Online Live, 10 September 2020
Online Live, 24 September 2020
Online Live, 28 October 2020
London, 10 December 2020
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) became law in the UK on 25 May as the Data Protection Act 2018 and included the need for increased levels of accountability and transparency together with enhanced data subject rights.
This comprehensive, specialised and interactive training day will examine the current legal environment, what we have learnt one year on and how data protection compliance relates to contract and information management, cyber-security and data hygiene.
The course adopts a practical approach with an emphasis on common-sense steps that can be taken to ensure compliance with the data protection legislation within a commercial and legal context. This practical course will use power-point free training techniques and encourages participatory learning through scenarios, quizs and discussions.
Who should attend
This course will be of benefit to accountants, human resource managers, IT managers and corporate officers.
What you will learn
- What is GDPR, the key terminology used, the lawful grounds of processing, what is personal data and an understanding of the key principles, obligations and rights
- Awareness of the additional requirements imposed on data controllers by the new obligation of accountability, including registration, fines and transparency obligations
- The rules relating to data subjects’ rights, Subject Access Requests (SARs) and how to apply them in a commercially sound and compliant manner
- The issues relating to direct marketing activity as set out in the Regulation on Privacy and Electronic Communications
- The issues relating to the transfer of personal data outside of the European Economic Area and to understand the types of contractually clauses which should be considered
- What constitutes a data breach and how these should be managed and potentially avoided
- The enforcement options available to the Information Commissioner and specifically examples of organisations who have failed to comply with their data protection obligations and the lessons that can be learnt as a result
- How data protection compliance relates to cyber-security, information management good data hygiene and high levels of organisational awareness
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