Briefed GDPR E-Learning

Briefed GDPR E-Learning

45.00

Our Silver level e-learning is designed for companies for whom the impact of GDPR will be greater. Those that: 

  • Handle larger amounts of data / sensitive data
  • Would be seriously damaged by a publicised breach 
  • Would be severely affected by a fine of £17m / 4% of turnover.

Content includes:

  • The logic behind data protection legislation
  • Introduction to and history of GDPR
  • Key definitions under GDPR
  • Definitions of the 6 GDPR principles and their practical use
  • The rights of data subjects
  • Subject access requests
  • The ICO and it’s powers 
  • Data Breaches and how to handle them
  • Risks of a data breach 
  • International transfers of data 
  • Sample crisis situations. 

Additional benefits:

  • Real-life case studies
  • 50 post training evaluation questions
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Our tier two, Silver level course is designed for companies for whom the impact of GDPR will be greater; those that handle large amounts of data or some sensitive data, those that a publicised breach would seriously damage in terms of reputation and profitability, and those whose finances would be severely affected by a fine of £17m or 4% of turnover.

This 90 minute course is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from any device. Available immediately upon purchase, the content remains valid for 12 months, enabling employees to work flexibly and avoiding disruption to work commitments. 

Content includes:

  • The logic behind data protection legislation
  • Introduction to and history of GDPR
  • Key definitions under GDPR
  • Definitions of the 6 GDPR principles and their practical use
  • The rights of data subjects
  • Subject access requests
  • The ICO and it’s powers 
  • Data breaches and how to handle them
  • Risks of a data breach 
  • International transfers of data 
  • Sample crisis situations. 

Additionally, employees benefit from the inclusion of real-life case studies, helping develop an understanding of the practical application of the legislation. 

50 post training evaluation questions assess the employee’s acquired knowledge and successful respondents will be rewarded with a certificate in data protection. Monthly reporting enables organisations to monitor training completion levels.