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Data Protection compliance eLearning Standard

GDPR eLearning helps ensure you have the well trained staff that are crucial to minimising the risk of GDPR enforcement action. Data Protection eLearning training is a critical control in terms of providing a defence to GDPR.

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About this course


What does this course include?

  • Introduction to the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018 regime
  • Explanation of importance of  Data Protection to your business
  • Guidance for assessing the nature and extent of the impact GDPR on your business
  • Guidance for staff to recognise and report potential GDPR breaches.

Who is the course for?

This training package has been designed at an introductory through to intermediate level. It will benefit a broad range of employees and associates, including those accessing and using personal data, data protection officers and any staff who want to learn more about the new regulation and implications.

How long does the course take?

15-35 minutes depending on your chosen option.

If you are interested in customising our eLearning, please contact us directly.

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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and the associated Data Protection Act 2018, creates the most rigorous new privacy regime in over twenty years. It affects those that offer goods and services to individuals in the EU, or that collect and analyse data related to EU residents, regardless of their location.

This complex regulation impacts almost every business to some extent.

Brexit will not affect the requirement for UK organisations to meet the GDPR standards. The Data Protection Act will remain in place and the EU Withdrawal Act will incorporate GDPR into UK Law maintaining the overall data protection standards for the UK.

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