General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – Board Training
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) came into force in May 2018. Is your organisation up to speed on what this means for the way you handle its personal data?
Do you and your management team understand its implications and your obligations? We help you get to grips with everything GDPR related, and as the course has been written in conjunction with data privacy specialist lawyers, Clayden Law and it is certified by the UK Government’s cyber security specialists, GCHQ, in association with APMG, you can be sure we’ve got you covered.
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6 reviews for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – Board Training
Great introduction course for board level staff/trustees. The PDFs are a great tool to help refresh knowledge at a later date.
I thought the course was clear and concise and I liked the way it was broken up with the videos. Use of the tests is a good idea as it will make people engage not just read.
Clear and informative course, delivered to a high standard. 4 clear modules made the learning easily digestable and allowed time for re-evaluation. I feel I have gained a significant amount of knowledge about the GDPR, in a short period of time, and would feel confident in taking steps to ensure my organisation in compliant using some of the information obtained within the course.
Very clear. The videos are particularly good in conjunction with the reading element.
I found the course very informative and gives good examples of the ways to approach compliance of the new updated requirements.
Really enjoyed the content and layout.
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