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Data Protection Law Refresher Training

The GDPR introduces some significant changes to the way in which businesses and organisations must handle personal data. Evaluating the impact of the GDPR on your organisation, implementing the necessary changes to practices, processes and, if necessary, IT systems, and training your staff, will take time. This Data Protection Law Refresher course recaps the key elements of these changes and looks at the impact on organisations since May 2018. The refresher course also takes a look at some of the practical implementations involved.

  • Developed with Data Protection / Information Law experts
  • Help work towards compliance with Data Protection Law
  • Instant Online Access - available 24/7
  • Certificate upon completion

£ 30.00 each
£ 25.00 per unit for buying at least 10
£ 16.50 per unit for buying at least 35
£ 14.00 per unit for buying at least 50
£ 11.00 per unit for buying at least 75
£ 9.50 per unit for buying at least 100
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About The Course

Developed by industry experts at law firm Geldards and REALSENSE, this course is an excellent choice for learners who have already had some GDPR training, or have a good existing awareness of data protection legislation, but could benefit from refresher training to reaffirm and enhance their understanding.

The course will remind learners of key elements and principles of data protection law and emphasise the importance of ensuring employees feel confident about their obligations under GDPR and data protection legislation. It provides contextualised examples on how legislation has impacted and will continue to impact businesses and offers practical guidance to help work towards compliance.

Aims of the course

By the end of this course learners will:
• be reminded of the importance of data protection law and the key data protection principles
• understand how Data Protection Legislation has impacted working practices 

Who is it for?

The course is aimed at staff members in all organisations that handle personal data.

Course content

What is personal data? What is data protection law? Who enforces data protection law? Fines and penalties, key definitions used in data protection law, individuals' rights, data protection principles.

The concept of accountability and demonstrating compliance, personal data breaches, Subject Access Requests (SARs).

Data protection law in the news, data protection law statistics, case study 1 – accountability, case study 2 – personal data breaches, case study 3 – individuals’ rights.

A short assessment comprising of a series of questions to test your knowledge and understanding of the course.


How's it delivered?

Our courses conform to SCORM and AICC E-Learning industry standards which means they can be delivered via most learning management systems. Alternatively, if your organisation is looking for a simple and easy to use management system for administrating, distributing and managing e-learning course online then we can also deliver the course via REALSENSE's own platform, ActiVbase.

Many of our courses are also now deliverable on iPAD, tablet and smartphone as well as deliverable via traditional methods including CD-Rom, and USB memory stick. For information regarding your specific requirements please contact a member of the team.

Tech Spec

Operating System/Browser Windows: Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Edge (latest version), Google Chrome (latest version), Firefox (latest version)
Mac: Safari (latest version), Google Chrome (latest version), Firefox (latest version)
Mobile: Safari in Apple iOS 10 or later, Google Chrome in Apple iOS 10 or later, Google Chrome in Android OS 4.4 or later
Internet Speed 1Mbps or higher
Adobe Flash Player (Only required for some courses)
Adobe Flash Player 10.3 or later plus any of these web browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft Edge (latest version), Google Chrome (latest version), Firefox (latest version)
Mac: Safari (latest version), Google Chrome (latest version), Firefox (latest version)