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GCHQ Certified Training

Our GDPR training suite is certified by the UK Government's cyber security specialists, GCHQ, in association with APMG

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Save time and money

Relevant, bite-sized learning instead of days of costly legal consultancy

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Training for everyone

Role-specific training that’s relevant yet cuts costs and time spent on courses. All tracked for proof of your compliance efforts

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Flexible training

Learn anytime, anywhere, on any desktop, laptop or tablet with an Internet connection

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Our courses have been developed in conjunction with, and independently endorsed by, Clayden Law, expert data privacy and cybersecurity lawyers

GCHQ Certified Training for GDPR compliance

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Modules Included
Data Protection
Introduction and Background
Definitions, Principles and the Law
Individual Rights
Consent
Steps to Compliance
The Accountability Principle
Sanctions, Remedies and Liabilities
Information (Privacy) Notices
Breach Management and Notifications
Supply Chain Management
GDPR Guidance for the Marketer
GDPR Guidance for the HR Professional
Additional materials:
Refresher guides
Useful links
Certificate upon completion

For your whole team - a basic GDPR primer to align everyone around new data security legislation

1 hour £25 per license

Ideal for anyone tasked with executing policies and demonstrating data protection best practice

3 hours 0 minutes £175 per license

Everything the HR professional needs to know to ensure they're GDPR compliant

3 hours 30 minutes £175 per license

Ideal for anyone tasked with executing policies and demonstrating best practice

3 hours 30 minutes £195 per license

A comprehensive online training package for the GDPR compliance lead in your organisation

5 hours £395 per license

An introduction for business leaders who need to know the strategic principles of GDPR

1 hour 30 minutes £25 per licence
“Very informative and was excellent with the bullet points which refreshed your memory. The different modules were also great so you can take a break in between.” Learner GDPR Foundation Training
“As an introduction course it fits well with the GDPR and the alignment for staff who will be working with personal data. It creates the awareness of the top requirements of the GDPR.” Learner GDPR Core Training
“Very helpful in providing a broad understanding of GDPR and giving me a clear action plan of the steps that need to be taken to make sure our organisation is compliant with GDPR.” Learner GDPR Practitioner Training
“Great introduction course for board level staff/trustees. The PDFs are a great tool to help refresh knowledge at a later date.” Learner GDPR Board Training

Upcoming webinars

GDPR & Critical HR Changes

The GDPR countdown has begun – the deadline for making sure your business is in order now only one month away. Join us for a LIVE 30-minute webinar, hosted by three leading HR specialists giving you the unique opportunity to consider GDPR from all HR angles.

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GDPR: The impact on marketers and how to prepare.

We join forces with CIM for this live webinar on GDPR, where we'll take you through the background of GDPR, the changes that are coming and who will be affected. We'll also discuss how GDPR will impact marketers and how we can help prepare you and your team.

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GDPR - The impact on Small Businesses and how to prepare your workforce

Join us for our free, live webinar as Nick Richards (Me Learning) and Piers Clayden (Clayden Law) cover the following: Background of GDPR, the changes and who is going to be affected, how GDPR will impact Small Businesses, the potential impact of the UK's new Data Protection regime, why e-learning is the most effective way to prepare your workforce for GDPR

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GDPR - The impact on Charities and how to prepare your workforce

Join us for our free, live webinar as Nick Richards (Me Learning) and Piers Clayden (Clayden Law) cover the following: Background of GDPR, the changes and who is going to be affected, how GDPR will impact Charities, the potential impact of the UK's new Data Protection regime, why e-learning is the most effective way to prepare your workforce for GDPR

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GDPR - How the changes affect CRM and how to prepare your workforce

Join us for our free, live webinar in conjunction with Tisski, as Nick Richards (Me Learning) and Piers Clayden (Clayden Law) cover the following: - Background of GDPR - The changes and who is going to be affected - How GDPR will specifically impact your CRM system - Why e-learning is the most effective way to prepare your workforce for GDPR

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GDPR - The impact on Small Businesses and how to prepare your workforce

Join us for our free, live webinar as Nick Richards (Me Learning) and Piers Clayden (Clayden Law) cover the following: Background of GDPR, the changes and who is going to be affected, how GDPR will impact the Education sector, the potential impact of the UK's new Data Protection regime, why e-learning is the most effective way to prepare your workforce for GDPR

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GDPR - The impact on Local Government and how to prepare your workforce

Join us for our free, live webinar as Nick Richards (Me Learning) and Piers Clayden (Clayden Law) cover the following: Background of GDPR, the changes and who is going to be affected, how GDPR will impact those in Local Government, the potential impact of the UK's new Data Protection regime, why e-learning is the most effective way to prepare your workforce for GDPR

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GDPR - The impact on Charities and how to prepare your workforce

Join us for our free, live webinar as Nick Richards (Me Learning) and Piers Clayden (Clayden Law) cover the following: Background of GDPR, the changes and who is going to be affected, how GDPR will impact Charities, the potential impact of the UK's new Data Protection regime, why e-learning is the most effective way to prepare your workforce for GDPR

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GDPR - The impact on Small Businesses and how to prepare your workforce

Join us for our free, live webinar as Nick Richards (Me Learning) and Piers Clayden (Clayden Law) cover the following: Background of GDPR, the changes and who is going to be affected, how GDPR will impact Small Businesses, the potential impact of the UK's new Data Protection regime, why e-learning is the most effective way to prepare your workforce for GDPR

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GDPR - The impact on Local Government and how to prepare your workforce

Join us for our free, live webinar as Nick Richards (Me Learning) and Piers Clayden (Clayden Law) cover the following: Background of GDPR, the changes and who is going to be affected, how GDPR will impact those in Local Government, the potential impact of the UK's new Data Protection regime, why e-learning is the most effective way to prepare your workforce for GDPR

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Q&A

The shape of GDPR today

Cybercrime costs businesses and individuals heavily – and the data that feeds it is far too freely available. In 2016, losses of £1bn were attributed to online crime by UK companies.

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) came into effect in May 2018 and aims to tighten data control and processing procedures in order to make cybercrime much easier to trace and prevent.

It’s not just about data being hacked. GDPR compliance will also be about making data freely available to those who have requested it, and protecting the rights of consumers who  want their personal information afforded some protection.

Although the GDPR is an EU regulation, our submission to it is not affected by Brexit and it will continue to apply under the UK Data Protection Bill.

The GDPR compliance landscape might seem tricky at first but a bit of basic knowledge plus having a data protection officer (DPO) in place where appropriate should ensure you don’t fall foul of the legislation.

It might be easy to assume that an IT director can just do the job of a DPO but legally there should not be a conflict of interest between the DPO and any other role (for example, the IT director cannot also be responsible for signing off on compliance if they are also responsible for its processing).

And GDPR affects the entire company, not just the IT department. Getting to grips with GDPR means effecting a change across the entire organisation and creating a change in mindset among everyone who obtains personal data, in any capacity. Depending on your activities, that can include call centre staff, field engineers and shop floor staff; so there’s no time to lose in getting the message out to your team.

There isn’t long to ensure you’re up to speed on GDPR requirements but there are things you can do to be ahead of the game. Building privacy and data protection into any new IT systems or operational processes will make it much easier to stick to the guidelines in the future. Having breach notification procedures already in place will make things go more smoothly if the unthinkable does happen.

A privacy impact assessment (PIA) is a privacy risk tool that can help organisations to assess the potential effects of a project on the privacy of individuals and compliance with data protection legislation. A PIA can also help to determine how these outcomes might be avoided or dealt with.

And GDPR training is essential for organisations working with data. Educating staff about data protection legislation is crucial to ensure avoidance of hefty fines, disgruntled customers and (often most costly of all) a loss of reputation.

No matter if you are a charity, a care home, estate agent, HR professional, NHS, recruiter or school – you shouldn’t be afraid to ask for GDPR guidance. Staying up to speed could make the difference between fines and reputational damage and a good night’s sleep.

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