€25 per employee
GDPR Training for Employees
Any organisations that do business in the European Union or the European Economic Area (EEA) must comply with the GDPR. This GDPR Training for Employees course explains to all employees what the GDPR is, how it impacts them, and actions everyone should be taking when processing protected data
If you process or handle any customer data in your day to day work – this course is essential
Suitable for All Levels
45 minute online course
Access for 1 Year
€25 per employee
The General Data Protection Regulation or the GDPR is a European Union legal instrument ensuring the protection of individuals regarding the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
After entering into force on 24 May 2016, it will become binding and directly applicable in its entirety in all Members States of the European Union on 25 May 2018.
The GDPR requires that those who engage in the processing of personal data comply with its provisions and confers important rights to individuals whose personal data are being processed. Both natural persons and legal persons, including companies and governments, that are involved in the processing are required to act in accordance with the regulation.
Possible non-compliance could cost them significant amounts of money and lead to court proceedings and reputational damage.
Companies and others who deal with personal data can be based outside the EU but, when they process personal data of EU citizens or residents, they are expected to organise their activities in line with the GDPR.
The regulation is also applicable to those who have an establishment in the EU and are involved in the processing of personal data.
It means that many individuals, corporations, public authorities and others are significantly affected by the GDPR and need to be aware of its complexities and requirements.
It is essential that you and your employees are trained on GDPR and can implement a GDPR strategy in advance of the May 2018 launch of the legislation.
This course is for employees.
At the end of the course, you’ll be awarded Certified by the Irish Academy of Computer Training.
Who would benefit
If your Company gathers data from customers, it’s important that your people are compliant with the GDPR. This course is aimed at employees in organisation who handle, or have access to, personal protected data of citizens.
Benefits for your organisation
When an employee completes the course, you will be able to confirm, and have evidence of, their training and understanding of the topic.
Via your Admin Dashboard, you can see at a glance, who has completed the course, by department.
The course is delivered online – access to the internet will be required.
Module 1 - Introduction to the Course
This module gives employees an overview of the course, why it’s important and what they can expect to learn on the course.
Module 2 - Introduction to GDPR
A GDPR Overview
What is GDPR
Key concepts of the GDPR
Fine, Penalties and Compenation
Module 3 - 6 GDPR Principles
The 6 GDPR principles explained
- Lawfulness, Fairness and Transparency
- Purpose Limitation
- Data Minimisation
- Storage Limitation
- Integrity and Confidentiality
Module 4 - Data Subjects' Rights
This module explains the rights of Data Subjects – individuals
- Overview of Individual Rights
- Right to be Informed
- Right to Rectification
- Right to Erasure
- Right to Restrict Processing
- Right to Data Portability
- Right to Object
- Right in Relation to Automated Decision Making and Profiling
Module 5 - How does GDPR Impact me in the Workplace
How does the GDPR impact on the role of employees in the workplace
The Role of the Data Protection Officer
10 Employee Data Security Best Practices that should be adopted now
Module 6 - Course Summary and Assessment
A summary of the course after which employees will proceed to the end of course assessment.
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The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years – we’re here to make sure you’re prepared