GDPR Action & Implementation eLearning
The General Data Protection Regulation (or GDPR) came into effect on the 25th May 2018. At its heart is our fundamental right to privacy, making all the data collected about us ours to control. This renders the processing of our data by others unlawful by default, and only made lawful by adhering to some stringent criteria or legal avenues.
An awareness of the GDPR will be necessary for anyone who comes into contact with personal data in their day-to-day activities. It will be especially relevant to marketing, sales, HR and IT departments in businesses both big and small. Indeed anyone looking to understand the basics of the GDPR will find that this course covers what they need to know, as well as identifying concrete first steps in getting ready for the regulation.
What will you learn by taking this course?
How GDPR affects staff at all levels of a business
The basics of the GDPR
First steps for becoming GDPR compliant
The roles and terms associated with the GDPR
Why should you take this course?
All organizations which process data from within the European Union or European Economic Area are subject to GDPR
The maximum fine for non-compliance is up to €20 million or 4% of an organization’s annual global turnover - whichever is larger
To avoid fines, organizations must demonstrate which steps they have undertaken to ensure compliance, rather than simply dedicating themselves to changing in the future
Experience with the GDPR can be an excellent career stepping stone
Good e-Learning is an award-winning online training provider
This course comes with a number of online training assets, including instructor-led videos and interactive slides - each made with help from GDPR specialists
Content of GDPR Action & Implementation eLearning
- Lesson 1: Introduction
- Lesson 2: Why Change?
- Lesson 3: The Basics
- Lesson 4: Personal Data
- Lesson 5: The Roles
- Lesson 6: GDPR Principles
- Lesson 7: The Data Subject’s Rights
- Lesson 8: The Lawful Bases for Processing
- Lesson 9: Privacy Notices
- Lesson 10: Privacy by Design and the Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)
- Lesson 11: Data Breaches and Notification
- Lesson 12: Subject Access Requests (SARs)
- Lesson 13: Your First Steps