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General Data Protection Regulation


Are you GDPR compliant?
Are you aware of the GDPR? (General Data Protection Regulation). Do you know what it is, what it means for your organisation and what happens if you don't comply with it?
 
The General Data Protection Regulation is an EU regulation designed to strengthen data protection for individuals within the EU. It came into force on May 25th 2018 following its publication in the official journal of the EU on May 11th 2016.
 
The GDPR states that organisations must adopt appropriate policies, procedures and processes to ensure compliance or risk fines of up to 4% of turnover or €20m whichever is greater.


Who does GDPR apply to? 
The GDPR will apply to all organisations within the EU and also those based outside the EU who offer goods and services to EU citizens or who monitor EU citizens behaviour within the EU.
Within organisations it specifically applies to the:
•Data Controller; the legal person that decides the purpose for and the manner in which data is processed
•Data Processor; the person who processes data on behalf of the data controller
 
What can you do to ensure compliance with the GDPR?
Compliance with existing data protection regulations is a good start towards compliance with the GDPR as there is a degree of common ground between the two.
 
However in order to ensure compliance organisations will need to have a thorough understanding of a number of points such as exactly what data is held (customer, employees and suppliers for example), with whom it is shared, who is a controller and processor and precisely what documentation is required (such as policies and contracts for example).
 
Organisations must have appropriate measures in place to protect the data they hold, which include data protection audits, policies and contracts.
 
How UniTrain can help you implement GDPR
UniTrain provides a full employee awareness elearning solution for GDPR preparation.
 
The course content for our online training courses has been developed in conjunction with leading London law firm Wedlake Bell who are subject experts. It provides a comprehensive learning solution to preparing for GDPR. The course content has been developed in conjunction with leading London law firm Wedlake Bell who are subject experts. It provides a comprehensive learning solution to preparing for GDPR.
 
After taking these courses you will know:
 
•What GDPR is
•How to prepare for it
•How to be compliant
•Who is responsible for ensuring compliance
 
In terms of set up, this can be done in a very short period of time, all we would require is the delegate email addresses on and then this would be loaded onto our LMS and delegates would be able to access the course within a couple of hours after initial set up.
 
At the end of the course, if the delegate passes then they are able to print off a certificate to prove they have passed this course.
 
We have a support line and email which is in place for any individuals who may have any log in issues or questions relating to the course. Normally these are dealt within a 4 hour window.

GDPR Protecting Data eLearning & Introduction to GDPR

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£ 29.00
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£ 25.00
per learner/year
 
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£ 20.00
per learner/year
 
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£ 15.00
per learner/year
 
101+ User Licences
£ 10.00
per learner/year

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