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Certified EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) Foundation and Practitioner

£350.00
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The 3 -day General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Practitioner course enables delegates to fulfil the role of data protection officer (DPO) under the EU GDPR, and covers the Regulation in depth. This includes implementation requirements, the necessary policies and processes, in addition to acquiring knowledge concerning important elements of effective data security management. The course covers the following topics

1. General Introduction
1.1. Introduction to the Course.
1.2. Importance of the GDPR
1.3. You and the GDPR

2. Privacy and data protection
We will learn about the concepts of privacy and data protection, the associated human rights and compliance with them.
2.1. What are privacy and data protection?
2.2. Privacy and data protection in a nutshell.
2.3. Privacy by design.
2.4. What is privacy by design – Quiz.

3.Basic fundamentals of the GDPR
Together, we will examine different concepts and definitions laid down in the GDPR that are essential to understanding the new regulation and assess a number of important data protection roles.
3.1. Key concepts and definitions.
3.2. Key concepts and definitions – Quiz
3.3. Key data protection roles -video
3.4. Identifying key data protection roles – Quiz
3.5. You and Data Protection roles.

4. Data protection principles, consent and minors
This activity deals with six essential data protection principles, the issue of consent and minors in the context of the GDPR.
4.1. Six data protection principles
4.2. Six data protection principles – Quiz
4.3. Consent and Minors.
4.4. Children giving consent and withdrawing it.

Conclusion 20 minutes Test

5. Privacy and data protection
We will learn about the concepts of privacy and data protection, the associated human rights and compliance with them.
5.1. What are privacy and data protection?
5.2. Privacy and data protection in a nutshell.
5.3. Privacy by design.
5.4. What is privacy by design – Quiz?

6. Basic fundamentals of the GDPR
Together, we will examine different concepts and definitions laid down in the GDPR that are essential to understanding the new regulation and assess a number of important data protection roles.
6.1. Key concepts and definitions.
6.2. Key concepts and definitions – Quiz
6.3 Key data protection roles -video
6.4. Identifying key data protection roles – Quiz
6.5. You and Data Protection roles.

7. Data protection principles, consent and minors
This activity deals with six essential data protection principles, the issue of consent and minors in the context of the GDPR.
7.1. Six data protection principles
7.2 Six data protection principles – Quiz
7.3. Consent and Minors.
7.4. Children giving consent and withdrawing it.

8. Rights of Data Subjects
In this activity, we would, discuss the Google case and the need for data subjects’ rights.
8.1. Introduction to data subjects
8.2. Introduction of the google case video.
8.3. Do we need data subjects Rights? – Class discursion

9. Transparency and modalities
The focus of this activity is on the general requirements for the processing of personal data introduced in the GDPR: the so-called transparency and modalities requirements.
9.1 Transparency and Modalities
9.2. Transparency and modalities – class discursion.

10. Rights of access, rectification, objection and restriction of processing.
We will examine four rights that data subjects have under the GDPR. Those are the rights of access, rectification, object and restriction of processing.
10.1 Right of Access and right to rectification – video
10.2. Right to object and right to restriction of processing –video
10.3 Your rights and personal data

11. Rights to erasure and data portability
We would be focussing on the rights to erasure and to data portability and explain the judgment of the CJEU in the Google Spain case.
11.1. Right to erasure and the right to data Portability.
11.2. Right to erasure and the right to data Portability –Quiz
11.3 The right to be forgotten
11.4 applying the reasoning of the CJEU

12. Rights with regard to complaints, judicial remedies, automated individual decision-making, representation and compensation
We would take a look at the remaining data subject’s rights concerning complaints, judicial remedies, automated individual decision-making, representation and compensation.
12.1 Rights concerning complaints and judicial remedies.
12.2 Violation of the right to Access personal data.
12.3 rights regarding automated decision- making representation and compensation –video
12.4 collecting personal data in an automated manner –discussion
12.5 The right to be represented by organisations and others in practice -quiz

13. Restrictions of rights
We will take a look at the possible ways to restrict rights of data subjects and talk about the most often used types of restriction.
13.1. Restrictions
13.2 Most frequently used restriction –discursion
13.3 Explanation of the most frequently used restriction
13.4 you and the rights of data subjects – discursion

14. Obligations of Controllers and Processors
You will learn what a data controller’s obligations and responsibilities are and how to comply with these legal requirements.
14.1. Overview of a controller’s obligation video
14.2 The accountability principle
14.3 demonstrating GDPR compliance
14.4 achieving data protection by design and by default
14.5 Better protected by data protection by design and by default

15. Information, notification and record keeping
Controllers need to keep records and inform supervisory authorities and data subjects of their processing activities and notify them in case of a data breach. In this activity you will learn more about this topic.
15.1. Providing information to data subjects
15.2. did you receive sufficient information ? discussion
15.3 keeping records and ensuring security
15.4 make a record and take a measure
15.5 dealing with data breach
15.6 may 2017 ransomware attack quiz

16. DPIA and DPO
Under certain circumstances the GDPR provides that Data Protection Impact Assessments need to be carried out and Data Protection Officers need to be appointed. This activity discusses these topics.
16.1 Data protection impact Assessment and prior consultation.
16.2 DPIA: required or Not –Qiuz
16.3 Data protection officers
16.4 appointing representatives
16.5 designating DPOD and representatives – Quiz

17. Joint controllers
When can a joint controller act in data processing under the GDPR and what are the legal obligations? This activity discusses more on this topic.
17.1. Joint controllers and their obligations
17.2. Quiz on joint controllers

18 Processor’s obligations and responsibilities
In the following steps, you will learn the GDPR obligations of data processors and how they might be similar to and different from the obligations of data controllers, taking into account their different data processing roles.
18.1 An overview of a data processors obligation video
18.2 processor’s obligation.

19. GDPR Enforcement and Compliance
you will learn a number of mechanisms that the GDPR provides to ensure the fair and lawful processing of personal data as well as the consequences for data controllers and processors in case of infringement
19.1 The significance of GDPR enforcement and compliance mechanisms –video
19.2. The GDPR’s enforcement mechanism in practice.
19.3. National supervisory authorities.
19.4. The European Data Protection Board and the consistency mechanism
19.5. Supervisory authorities – Quiz

20. Codes of conducts certification mechanisms and binding corporate rules
In the following steps a number of tools for facilitating the operation of data controllers and processors while bringing it in line with the GDPR are presented.
20.1 codes of conduct and certification mechanism –video
20.2. Effectiveness of codes of conduct.
20.3 binding corporate rules
20.4 The benefits of binding corporate rules

21. Data transfer and processing outside the EU
In the following steps you will learn about the GDPR requirements for lawful data transfers and processing outside the territory of the EU
21.1 Cross border data transfer
21.2. legal requirements for cross border data transfer quiz

22. Liabilities, responsibilities and penalties
In the following steps you will learn about the liabilities, responsibilities and penalties of data controllers and processors in case they do not comply with the GDPR provisions.
22.1 Introducing GDPR’s liabilities and sanctions – video
22.2. Administrative fines
22.3 Practical implications for Data controllers and processors
22.4 GDPR liabilities and penalties -Quiz

Conclusion
Is this the end of our course? Of course, not. It is the end of the beginning at most. Now, we should recap what we have discussed and leave it to you to apply this knowledge in practice.
23.1 The GDPR for data subjects
23.2 The GDPR for data controllers and processors

Final Quiz

Q: Tell me about my Tutor Support?

You will have access to your personal tutor, via email, who will mark your assignments and guide you through the course to help you get ready for your examinations. In addition, you will be supplied with a comprehensive Study Guide which will help you through the study and assessment process. This is especially useful if you haven’t studied for a while.

Q: What skills are needed to enrol onto this course?

You don’t need any prior skills in the subject area to start this course.

Q: What is included in the cost of my course?

We provide all the specially written learning materials you require to study this course at home. The course fee also includes tutor support for 12 months.

Q: Are there any additional costs?

You will receive everything you need to complete this course within the study pack we send to you.

Q: Is there a required reading list?

No, all of the study materials are supplied within your learning pack.

Q: Do I have to sit an exam?

No, this course is assessed by coursework alone.

Q: What if I live outside the UK?

That’s fine, this course can be studied anywhere and is completed by submitting Tutor marked assignments (TMAs).

Q: What do I do if I still have questions?

Please check Contact Us, we are happy to answer any questions you have.

Course Features

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  • Duration 50 hours
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  • Language English
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