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Price: from £85 per person

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) brings substantial changes to the rules around personal data. Through this legislation, data security will be improved reducing the loss of data. To ensure effective compliance and avoid potential fines by 25 May 2018, your organisation needs to have managers and staff in place who understand the requirements of the GDPR and are well equipped to plan, implement and maintain a compliance programme.

In some instances, there will also be a requirement for your organisation to appoint (in-house or externally) a suitably qualified and trained data protection officer (DPO).


Course Content

  • A mixture of case studies, team working and presentations

  • An introduction to the key principles of the GDPR

  • The main differences between the Data Protection Act and the EU GDPR

  • Practical implications of GDPR and steps to take to ensure you avoid facing financial penalties for non-compliance

  • Common data security failures, consequences and lessons to be learnt

  • Basics steps to completing a Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIA)

  • Data controllers and processors – outline of roles and responsibilities. How to ensure compliance

  • The next steps - what needs to be done before 26th May 2018?


This course is essential for everyone in the organisation who comes into contact with or manages data and data systems.

Workshops are open to both associates and non-members.

To register your interest, please email with the subject line ‘GDPR’.


Cost: £85* per delegate

*A CPD bursary fund is available for this course for those who meet eligibility requirements. For more details, please contact us.


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