INTRODUCTION TO DATA PROTECTION COURSE
This GDPR Online Course Empowers the users with basic data protection knowledge and protecting employers.
This Level 1 GDPR online course is designed as an introduction to your obligations in data protection and privacy.
1.5 - 2 hours.
Online – eLearning Course.
The Data protection course is delivered online and at time convenient. It takes between 1.5 - 2 hours and includes videos followed by short mini-quizzes with a final 20 question multiple choice exam. Some videos are less than 5 minutes and two last around 20 minutes.
Certificate issued - the exam is externally set and certified by Hand in Hand Professionals Limited.
Benefits of GDPR Online Course
It is a legal requirement to protect personal data using both technical and organisational measures. The Griffin House Consultancy can help you meet these mandatory obligations.
Empower you with knowledge
Strengthen brand and client trust
Enhance professional development
- Demonstrate compliance with the accountability notion
EU data protection legislation requires every organisation based in the EU, or processing data on EU citizens to train their staff to an adequate level to keep personal information safe, this means that every employee, volunteer or temporary member of staff within your organisation who has access to personal data must have a fundamental understanding of data protection, privacy and data security.
For team members who are in junior roles, do not deal actively with confidential or sensitive personal information, or for those requiring an annual refresher, a cost effective solution to give them the basic knowledge and information they require is this Data Protection eLearning level 1 course.
Previous learners enjoyed the data protection course because
- They could take the course at their own pace
Stop and start the course using the dashboard
Enjoyed the mix of video and animation
GDPR online Course content
Overview and importance of data protection
General introduction to EU data protection and GDPR
Difference between personal and sensitive or special categories of personal data
How to take simple steps to avoid security breaches
Importance of privacy
Need for technical security
Dangers of using social media, viruses, malware
Role of data protection regulators or supervisory authorities
Levels of sanctions and enforcement action
Plus more useful hints and tips