Course Introduction

This online EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) Practitioner training course provides a comprehensive insight into the requirements of the new data protection regulation. This GDPR e-learning course exhibits the importance of an EU GDPR compliance programme and how to plan, initiate, implement, and manage longitudinal compliance. Moreover, this training course also allows delegates to fulfil the knowledge requirements of a Data Protection Officer (DPO) under the EU GDPR.


This comprehensive e-learning GDPR course will help individuals understand the differences between the former Data Protection Act 1998 and the impending GDPR, and comprehend what steps their organisation needs to take in order to be compliant - following a step by step implementation process that encompasses the fundamental GDPR principles. Throughout this online GDPR practitioner course, individuals will be taught the importance of developing their compliance strategy thoroughly, in order to account for the meticulous details of the GDPR’s articles and recitals, and to ensure that their organisation does not face financially catastrophic fines of up to €20 million come May 25th 2018.

 

GDPR E-Learning Course Duration

It is expected that this GDPR online training course will take delegates 13 hours to complete.


By choosing the GDPR online learning instead of our GDPR classroom course, it eliminates the need for time away from work, saving you valuable time and money. It is also ideal for those with tight schedules as our distance learning gives you 90 days of access, meaning it can be picked up whenever you have the time. As all you need for this e-learning GDPR course is an internet connection. This GDPR online course can be studied from home, meaning that you can study in a more comfortable environment, also saving on travel costs.

This course is delivered by The Knowledge Academy

Prerequisites

E-Learning GPDR Course Prerequisites

Prior to undertaking this GDPR online course, individuals must have taken the GDPR Foundation course

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Target Audience

Who is this online GDPR Course designed for?

This online GDPR certification is designed for candidates in roles, including:

Information Security Professionals
Compliance Officers
Data Protection Officers
Risk Managers
Privacy Managers
IT Security Professionals

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Course Information

What is the GDPR?

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) is a new data privacy regulation for the European Union which aims to prevent personal data loss by improving data security for all individuals residing in EU Member States. Organisations have until 25th May 2018 to comply with the new law, or they could face fines of up to 4% of annual turnover or €20 million, whichever is greater. The Government has confirmed that the new legislation will be put in place regardless of the UK’s vote to leave the EU, due to Britain remaining as part of the European Union whilst the terms of Brexit are established.

Therefore, it is important that individuals responsible for the protection of personally identifiable information are knowledgeable and aware of the infrastructural changes anticipated as a result of the GDPR’s instigation. Alterations must occur and be fully operational prior to May 25th 2018, hence this online GDPR training course is essential, interactive, and comprehensive.

What does a Data Protection Officer (DPO) do?

This online EU GDPR training course will inform you of the roles and responsibilities of a Data Protection Officer (DPO). This is a new role which will be entitled to an individual on the basis of their professional abilities, knowledge of data protection laws and practices, and their capability to complete the tasks referred to in Article 39.

These tasks are:

  • To notify and advise the Data Controller or the Processor and the employees who are processing personal data of their obligations pursuant to this Regulation.
  • To monitor compliance with this Regulation, including the allocation of tasks, raising awareness, and training team members involved in processing operations, and related audits.
  • To collaborate with the supervisory authority (the ICO)
  • To give advice where requested in respect of the data protection impact assessment and monitor its performance consistent with Article 35.
  • To be the point of contact for the supervisory authority on matters associated with the processing of personal data.

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