This course is a hybrid live classroom course delivered via online classroom live, allowing delegates to interact with expert presenters and partake in the classroom discussions from either a computer or mobile device.
How is it delivered?
We will have a group of delegates attend a course as usual. In the room there will be a webcam pointed at the presenter only and a microphone picking up the audio. There will also be a small number of online people watching the broadcast in real time. Questions from the online people will come into the physical room via speakers and questions from the room will be picked up by the microphone in the room. So both audiences can contribute to the discussion making it a richer learner experience.
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* Please note that each session has 15 minutes of non teaching time included, this is to ensure we have time to help you get set up ahead of your learning
* Before purchasing we advise that you check your system compatibility with this online test passing tests 1,2 & 3 means your good to go number 4 is not so important.
This course will be of benefit to lawyers of all levels and non-lawyers (especially accountants, human resource managers, IT managers and corporate officers).
With the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) due to come into force in May 2018 there are no excuses for ignoring this topic any longer. This one-day course provides a comprehensive introduction to the topic by providing an overview of the GDPR and then highlighting key areas of concern for the commercial practitioner.
The course adopts a practical and common sense approach throughout with the emphasis on commercial as well as legal considerations. Delegates will be given the opportunity to apply their knowledge through a series of practical exercises.
- To describe the key terminology associated with the GDPR and to demonstrate an understanding of the key principles, obligations and rights
- To comprehend the rules relating to data subjects’ rights and to apply them in a commercially sound and compliant manner
- To describe the issues relating to direct marketing activity as set out in the Regulation on Privacy and Electronic Communications
- To understand the issues relating to the transfer of personal data outside of the European Economic Area and to apply this knowledge to a given set of facts
- To prepare for the new rules on data security breach reporting set out in the GDPR
- To comprehend the enforcement options available to the Information Commissioner
- To be aware of the effect of Civil Monetary Penalty Notices and to consider recent examples as well as the increase in fining powers being introduced under the GDPR
Duration of access:
You will have access to the programme for 6 months from date of of the first live session (this includes recordings, learning materials, certificate of completion and other programme information).
"A CPD certificate of completion will be provided by BPP Professional Education Limited upon request, following attendance."