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Data is created every second, with people performing 40,000 search queries every second on Google alone (that’s as much as 3.5 searches per day and as 1.2 trillion searches a year).
Knowledge of how to safely and lawfully handle this data is crucial for anyone working with public information.
For example, did you know that you have the right to a copy of any information held about you?
Combine your e-learning for Freedom of Information Act, Information Security and Data Protection Act into one effective bundle, saving money in the process.
If you need to get a solid grip of the different legislation and principles around data, information and sharing, this is the bundle for you.
Keeping good records is an essential part of a structured and safe approach to working with vulnerable adults, children, young people and their families. Good records management not only demonstrates the practical application of your knowledge and skills, it provides evidence of your work activity and helps keep those in your care safe. This course gives good record keeping guidance for anyone working in social care.
If personal information is not recorded accurately, or is lost or disclosed to unauthorised people, then the implications for that person and for your organisation, could be extremely serious. With the advent of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) coming into effect in May 2018, data security issues – and courses to educate people working with information – have become even more important.
Minimise the risks of a data leak and boost your information security knowledge with this short information security training course.
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 was introduced to enable the public to access information from public authorities across the country. This means that those public authorities – that includes councils, government agencies and the like – are now obligated to publish certain information about their activities and members of the public are now allowed to request various types of information.
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes into force in May 2018.
If you have been tasked with handling personal data within your organisation in any significant capacity, then this course is ideal for you.
The importance of good recording, storage of information, and knowing when to share information are described using everyday scenarios in this two module overview course.
If you have a role or responsibility at work within a health or social care setting, this course is for you.
Responsible information sharing is key to delivering better and more efficient services; coordinated around the needs of children, young people and families. It’s especially important in light of new data privacy regulations.
In this information sharing training course you’ll learn about the sharing process and when to impart information; and visit some likely scenarios.
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes 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?
When the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes into force in May 2018, your organisation will be liable for hefty fines if it doesn’t comply.
If you’re responsible for building and implementing the policies around operations which process data, you need this course.
When the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes into force in May 2018, will your organisation be up to speed on what this means for its data?
If you are involved in the road towards compliance as a compliance officer, technology professional or data manager, this is the ideal course for you.
Includes free 30 minute legal consultation with Clayden Law
(Business customers only – see melearning.co.uk/gdpr-terms)
You might be working within an organisation that handles personal data, your job might require you to handle some of this data yourself, or you might simply have an interest surrounding information governance and the general security of your data. Either way, you’ll be sure to find our selection of 8 Information Governance courses both useful and interesting.
These courses will cover everything you need to know in order to safely, securely and correctly handle sensitive data as well as how to request certain sensitive information. Our e-training courses will cover a variety of topics, including Information Sharing and Consent, the Data Protection Act 1998, Freedom of Information 2000, Keeping Good Records, Information Security and more.
In order to stay informed, we offer a few courses outlining the current state of affairs when it comes to data protection and what you should know about them. This includes the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Data Protection Act 1998, (which will soon be replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation in 2018). The Data Protection Act has wide reaching implications for organisations all over the UK, both in the public or private sector. As an employee, it’s important to be aware of the implications involved in handling and processing personal, sensitive data as well as the impact of misusing or mishandling data. With this course, you’ll learn how to process and store sensitive data to ensure you’re taking the correct approach.
Our General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – Preparing for Change course will do just that – ensure you’re ready for the changes coming in May 2018. The course will cover the changes you’ll be required to make regarding how you are currently accessing and processing personal data in the UK. The two module course will provide you with the knowledge needed to understand the new regulations, and therefore avoid any confusion and especially and legal issues within your organisation. On the other hand, the Freedom of Information Act was created to provide a means of public access to authorities across the country. This e-training course will teach you who can make Freedom of Information requests, for what important and how the process works from start to finish.
The remaining courses cover a broader range of topics, but we think they’re just as important to take on. Courses like Keeping Good Records, Information Sharing and Consent, and Handling Information are all geared towards those working in health, social care and childcare and work together to provide basic training for different parts of the day-to-day knowledge needed to keep patient information secure, and utilise it correctly.
Our Information Governance course combines a few of the above topics into a bundle, providing you with a solid overview of the different legislation and principles surrounding data, information and sharing. The course will ensure those working with sensitive and personal data are aware of their responsibilities, and have a great understanding of how to work in accordance to the law. They’ll also learn how, when and to whom sensitive information can be given or withheld at any point in time.