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GDPR Course for DPOs – includes GDPR Toolkit
Any organisations that do business in the European Union must comply with the GDPR. This course shows you everything you need to do to implement GDPR. You’ll learn exactly what GDPR is, your role as a Data Protection Officer and practical step-by-step implementation plan. This course includes our GDPR Toolkit.
If you are a Business Owner, or you will be your company’s Data Protection Officer, this course is for you.
Suitable for All Levels
2 Day Classroom Course
Online Study Materials
Staff training is a crucial part of protecting data privacy and is required under Article 39 of the GDPR. This GDPR Training Course for Employees explains, in plain English, what the GDPR is, how it impacts them, and actions everyone should be taking when processing personal data.
If your employees process or handle any customer data in their day to day roles – this course is essential.
Delivered online this GDPR Implementation toolkit contains a practical, easy-to-follow, 10-step guide to becoming GDPR compliant. It starts with a GDPR self-assessment questionnaire to give you your current compliance score, and contains all the mandatory policies and procedures you need.
If you’re responsible for delivering GDPR in your organisation, this toolkit will be invaluable.
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Government Departments trust us to deliver the leading GDPR Solution
Created by Experts
As Ireland’s leading Training company for over 25 years – you’re in safe hands
Mark Kelly – Barrister at Law and GDPR Expert
As a leading GDPR expert, Mark is highly-qualified to deliver the GDPR solutions and the courses are approved by multiple Data Protection Officers.
Mark was called to the Bar of England and Wales (1997) and admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in Ireland (2014). An undergraduate of Queen Mary, University of London (LL.B) and postgraduate of Trinity College Dublin (LL.M), his career is defined by an abiding belief in the fundamental distinction of human rights values which he has utilized over the past two decades within private and public sectors, across educational, corporate, commercial, non-profit, research, legal and publishing environments.