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The General Data Protection Regulation
This workshop will examine the GDPR in detail and the associated Data Protection Act 2018. All of the main topics are covered; changes to consent and privacy notices, controls on profiling, mandatory breach reporting, penalties, and the right to erasure. This is our most popular GDPR workshop and is suitable for both the public and private sector.
DATES & COST
£389 + VAT
Location London
29 Sep 2021
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Location Manchester
12 Oct 2021
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Location Manchester
10 Nov 2021
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Location Manchester
23 Nov 2021
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Location London
08 Dec 2021
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KEY POINTS
BACKGROUND AND ENFORCEMENT
THE GDPR PRINCIPLES
IMPLICATIONS OF BREXIT
PRACTICAL ASPECTS
NEW RIGHTS
THE EXEMPTIONS IN THE DPA 2018
TESTIMONIALS
Tim is an excellent trainer, his depth of knowledge of the subject is always evident, and delivered in a passionate and entertaining way.
ED, 3c Shared Services
The GDPR workshop provided a useful overview of the key features of the new legislation and focused on the areas which are likely to require particular attention to help ensure the transition into the new regulatory regime is less painful that it could have been.
MB, University of Exeter
An excellent workshop delivered by a very engaging speaker. The course content was pitched at the perfect level for all attendees (from both the public & private sectors). Questions were raised & answered throughout the day. Course materials provided are a valuable source of reference and of a high standard. Would definitely recommend!
TW, Peterborough Council
The course was excellent - well paced and delivered with humour and vitality - underpinned by obvious expert knowledge. I would thoroughly recommend it - great value for money and time away from the office well spent.
PM, Stockton Borough Council
This one-day course is a great introduction to GDPR, and I would certainly encourage anyone who has to deal with the new data processing regulations to attend.
T.H Prospect