Herts for Learning Online
:: Preparing for GDPR for office and administrative staff ::
Introduction to GDPR in terms of the handling and processing of personal data. The aims of the session are to provide delegates with the knowledge to work towards GDPR compliance. Impact of GDPR: 1. Data subject rights/requests 2. Data breach notifications 3.Brief outline of the role of DPO/CPO 4. Common data protection issues 5. FOI Act 6. Safeguarding 7. Business needs 8. Staff training Steps to be taken to show compliance including: 1. Action plan 2. Preparing for data audit 3. Privacy notices and consent 4. Data handling 5. Data Security Policy Benefits to delegates and school: 1. How the GDPR applies to your school 2. The implications to you and others in your school 3. Your responsibilities in enabling your school to be compliant 4. Understanding the risks around GDPR 5. Things you can do now to move towards compliance
Delegates are advised to read ICO - 12 Steps https://ico.org.uk/media/for-organisations/documents/1624219/preparing-for-the-gdpr-12-steps.pdf
By attending the session, participants will:
  • gain an understanding of the GDPR Act and its implications
Please note, HCC maintained schools have one funded place per school on one session of the ‘briefing to help carry out the role of the DPO’ course and one funded place per school on one session of the ‘preparing for GDPR for office and administration staff’ course. Additional places booked will be charged at the standard rate. Places are limited to 2 per school in the first instance; additional delegates will be placed on a waiting list and accommodated, where possible, depending on availability.
Suitable for:
  • Administrative Staff
  • Business Managers
  • Headteachers
  • Office Managers
  • Personnel Officers/Assistants
Price £75 (£85) with first place funded for HCC maintained schools – subsequent places will be charged at the standard rate.
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