This course is available at £300 + VAT Per Person 

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The GDPR foundation course is an industry recognised course which provides a very detailed insight into the GDPR regulations as well as a very practical view on how the  regulation impacts an organisation from both a business and technical perspective. The GDPR foundation course is important for people working in data protection roles including in projects to deliver GDPR.  By attending and passing this course you will have a recognised qualification in GDPR which has been accredited by the CPD Certification Service.  
  • CPD Certificate – EU/GDPR Foundation Course (6 credits) 
  • 1 day virtual course with exam
  • All course materials shared via online platform for you to use in the future 
  • Over 50 policies and procedures for you to use at your organisation 
  • Risk planning tools 

The GDPR foundation course will enhance your knowledge of data privacy and the regulations which will in turn enable you to make a positive step towards delivering compliance. 

Throughout the course we will discuss various policies and procedures which will help you to demonstrate compliance within your organisation. We provide to you free of charge our GDPR toolkit and audit tool which will help you to put in place new procedures within your Organisation.

The course takes around 6 hours to complete, but we remain flexible on timing as often we will discuss practical applications to develop understanding. 

The course includes a 1hour exam containing 40 multiple choice questions and a 65% pass mark, successful completion of the exam is awarded with the GDPR Foundation Certificate, accredited by the CPD Certification Service.    

  • The context of GDPR against a history of data protection law in the EU. 
  • The material and geographical scope.
  • The principles of GDPR. 
  • The rights of the data subject.
  • The responsibilities of data holding stakeholders.
  • The role of the data protection officer. 
  • Responsibilities when a breach occurs. 
  • Transferring data outside of the EU.
  • The role of the supervisory authorities. 
  • Those working within a risk or compliance department 
  • Change professionals, such as Project Manager of Business Analysts looking to enhance their opportunities through improved knowledge in what is key legislative change. 
  • Business managers seeking to broaden their knowledge of the GDPR requirements, or those who currently have a role in data protection or information security and need to understand how to comply with the regulation. 
  • Governance Officers.