Many organisations are struggling to fill a skills gap created by the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and need staff with knowledge of the Regulation. One way to fill this gap is to build on the knowledge of existing staff through training.
IT Governance Europe runs two levels of GDPR training courses across Ireland to train staff on the Regulation, giving them the knowledge required to manage a GDPR compliance project. The courses are also available Live Online or as distance learning for those who can’t get to a classroom.
Don’t leave it too late – start planning for the GDPR now!
Following on from the success of our recent courses in Dublin, Cork and Galway, we are delighted to announce we are bringing our certified GDPR Foundation training to Limerick.
Gain a comprehensive introduction to the GDPR and a practical understanding of the implications and legal requirements for organisations in this one-day course.
- Essential General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) background and terminology.
- The six data protection principles
- Special categories of personal data
- The rights of data subjects, including data access requests
- Controllers and processors
- Data protection by design
- Securing personal data
- Reporting data breaches
- How to perform a data protection impact assessment (DPIA)
- The role of the data protection officer (DPO)
- Transferring personal data outside the EU
- The powers of supervisory authorities
Next training date: 16 April 2018 – Limerick
Designed for those who have completed the Foundation course, this four-day course will give you the skills you need to implement an effective compliance programme and fulfil the data protection officer (DPO) role under the GDPR.
- The role of the DPO
- What constitutes personal data
- Accountability, the privacy compliance framework and a PIMS (personal information management system)
- Lessons to be learned from common data security failures
- The six data protection principles – how to apply them and demonstrate compliance
- The security of personal data
- An organisational risk management framework
- Legal requirements for a DPIA
- How to conduct a DPIA with a DPIA tool
- Why and how to conduct a data mapping exercise
- The rights of data subjects
- Giving and withdrawing consent
- Handling data subject access requests
- The roles of controllers and processors, and the relationships between them
- Transferring personal data outside the EU and the mechanisms for compliance
- How to prepare for GDPR compliance using a compliance gap assessment tool
Next training date: 1 – 4 May 2018 – Dublin