Protecting data and GDPR
At the end of this course you will have the chance to answer realistic, scenario-based questions to reinforce what you have learnt.
- What GDPR legislation states about using, processing and storing data
- The seven data protection principles and what they mean
- Enhanced rights of individuals under GDPR
- How to process data transparently in relation to the data subject
- Informed consent
- How to create an accountability culture incorporating privacy by design
- Activities that could lead to a data breach and consequent penalties
- Importance of accuracy and storage limitation under GDPR
Our eLearning courses provide an easier, more convenient way to access training and learn new skills and can usually be completed within an hour. You will be sent a link to access the video session and be granted access to it for 12 months.
Some of our eLearning courses have a test element to help maximise your learning and any time spent studying will contribute towards your Continued Professional Development (CPD) requirement if you’re a member.
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