NQA Advanced Training - GDPR - How to Think Like a Data Protection Officer
This new short course, delivered by NQA expert Tim Pinnell, is designed to give professionals advanced guidance into managing their data security, the legislation and importance behind GDPR for organisations and tips to ensure you remain compliant. This course will start at 9am and finish at approx midday.
Quite often organisations appoint someone to take on additional Data Protection Officer-like duties, rather than recruit a dedicated specialist, but privacy legislation can often seem complex and obscure. This course aims to try and unmask some of the complexities and help those tasked with their organisation's GDPR compliance understand how to move forward with the mind of a Data Protection Officer.
**Please note that we encourage all our delegates sitting on virtual courses to have access to a webcam. This will enable you to interact with both the tutor and other course attendees.**
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This virtual 3-hour course aims to provide an interactive, technical dive into the techniques and processes involved with GDPR legislation and requirements and learning how to think like a Data Protection Officer (DPO).
It will demonstrate that compliance to GDPR requires an ability to interpret law, even in the absence of legal training. It will show how there can be many factors to take into account in order provide appropriate compliance advice.
This short course is not an introduction or explanation of GDPR. Instead it will give you an insight into how a privacy professional, such as a DPO or privacy auditor, considers privacy issues. It is based around a worked example and in so doing will help demystify GDPR and the DPA 2018. It will provide some fundamentals for considering the impact of personal data processing activities and the interplay between various privacy legislation in the UK.
What will I learn?
Delegates will leave with knowledge of:
The fundamentals of risk-based processing of personal data
The interaction between UK and EU privacy legislation
How to interrogate an organisation’s processing activities
The appropriate selection of lawful bases for processing
Issues with de-identification techniques
The nuances of GDPR that can enable processing in certain circumstances
Evidence to demonstrate compliance to GDPR
Is this course right for me?
This course is aimed at:
Anyone who wants to take their initial GDPR training to a more technical level
Anyone who has a privacy role and wants to enhance their ability to support their organisation in privacy matters
Organisations on a journey towards demonstrating GDPR compliance and require insight on the interplay between GDPR articles and recitals
- Auditors who want to expand their knowledge on privacy
Why choose NQA training?
Expert trainers – All of our trainers have a wealth of experience and expertise in their field and are eager to pass this onto you in an effective way that you can take away and utilise.
Quality assured – Our trainers are assessed by delegates both annually and after each course. 99% of attendees scored overall trainer delivery, skills and knowledge as good or very good.
Interactive learning – We see the importance of practical and hands on learning so we have built this into all of our courses to further deepen your knowledge and engagement.
Small class sizes – Our courses all have a maximum of 12 delegates to ensure you are getting the best learning experience possible.
A learning journey – We offer a step-by-step training journey to help you improve over time. From introduction courses all the way up to our lead auditor training. We are always developing new training to keep up with the changing world of ISO standards.
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