This comprehensive four-day training course prepares individuals looking to solidify their knowledge of the EU GDPR. The course will enable delegates to fulfil the role of data protection officer (DPO) under the EU GDPR, and will cover the Regulation in depth, including implementation requirements, the necessary policies and processes, as well as important elements of effective data security management.
Who should attend this course?
- Managers who are already involved in data protection with either an information security or data protection background.
- Privacy professionals who wish to develop their knowledge in the field of data protection with a professional qualification.
The training course includes:
- Lunch and refreshments.
- Full course materials (digital copy provided as PDF file).
- Certificate of attendance.
- The EU GDPR P (IBITGQ) examination.
This training course will provide delegates with detailed knowledge of the GDPR and its various provisions, offering practical implementation advice and guidance on the more technical aspects of data security.
Delivered by experts in the fields of data protection legislation and information security, the course combines practical application with theory to provide a solid grounding for real-world implementation.
Successful completion of the course demonstrates to employers that the candidate possesses essential knowledge of the GDPR, and a sound understanding of the practical implications and applications.
For those with little or no knowledge of the GDPR, attendance of the EU GDPR Foundation training course is recomended. In addition it is compulsory for delegates to have passed the Foundation course before attending the practitioner course.
The Certified EU General Data Protection Regulation Foundation Training Course makes up Day 1 of this course and is mandatory for those with little prior knowledge of the GDPR.
Days 2 - 5
- Setting up a privacy compliance framework
- The role of the DPO
- Common data security failures, consequences and lessons to be learnt
- GDPR privacy principles
- Data privacy impact assessments
- Developing a risk management framework
- Data mapping
- The rights of data subjects
- Consent rules
- Subject access requests
- The roles of and relationships between controllers and processors
- Dealing with third parties and data in the Cloud
- Demonstrating compliance with the GDPR
- Data breach reporting requirements
- Range of enforcement, regulatory and compensatory aspects of the GDPR
Exam takes place on Day 5