Data Protection in the Workplace online training
If you or your organisation handles personal information about individuals you have legal obligations to protect that information.
The benefits of good data safety are numerous and include, good business practice, the protection of people’s rights and the protection of your organisations reputation.
In recent years some companies and individuals have experienced serious legal consequences for data protection breaches and this highlights why it is so important to get it right.
Training should be a vital part of any company’s data protection policy.
This course covers in detail: The benefits of good data protection, the rights of individuals in respect of their data, the data protection act, the issues that can arise from sharing data and the basic steps so you can start creating a data protection policy.
Duration 80 mins*
Approved by CPD
CPD Units: 2
Pass % Required
Benefits of Good Data Safety
Rights and Conditions
The Data Protection Act
Data Sharing and Security
Creating a Data Protection Policy
Putting it into Practice
Handling the Requests for Personal Data
Introduction to GDPR
Module 1 – Benefits of Good Data Safety – Pass rate 70%
Module 2 – Rights and Conditions – Pass rate 70%
Module 3 – The Data Protection Act – Pass rate 70%
Module 4 – Data Sharing and Security – Pass rate 70%
Module 5 – Creating a Data Protection Policy – Pass rate 70%
Module 6 – Putting it into Practice – Pass rate 70%
Module 7 – Handling the Requests for Personal Data – Pass rate 70%
Module 8 – Introduction to GDPR – Pass rate 70%
When will I get my certificate?
Once you have successfully passed our course you will be able to download and print your certificate immediately.
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*The course duration is based on the amount of video content shown and is rounded off. It does not account in any way for loading time or thinking time on the questions