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iLEARN GDPR COURSES

iLEARN offers the followiong courses:

  • APMG GDPR Awareness
    This training course aims to promote an individual’s engagement in data privacy matters. It focuses on the key aspects of GDPR that affect an organization and the associated risks and opportunities.
  • GDPR Action & Implementation
    This training course puts the 'legalese' of the GDPR's Articles and Recitals into accessible and transparent language. It aims to promote an individual’s engagement in data privacy matters and offers practical first steps to take along the road of GDPR compliance.
  • PECB GDPR Introduction
    This training course enables you to comprehend the basic concepts and requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
  • PECB GDPR Foundation
    This training course enables you to learn the basic elements to implement and manage a compliance framework with regard to the protection of personal data. Furthermore, you will be able to understand the fundamental privacy principles and become familiar with the role of the Data Protection Officer.
  • PECB GDPR Certified Data Protection Officer
    This training course enables you to develop the necessary knowledge, skills and competence to effectively implement and manage a compliance framework with regard to the protection of personal data.

 Training course  Accreditation     Delivery options
 Exam  
 GDPR Awareness   APMG
  • Classroom
 Yes
 GDPR Action & Implementation   Good e-Learning
  • Online
 No
 GDPR Introduction  PECB
  • Classroom
  • Self-study
 No
 GDPR Foundation  PECB
  • Classroom
  • Self-study
Yes
 GDPR Certified Data Protection Officer  PECB
  • Classroom
  • Self-study
Yes

What is GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force on the 25th May 2018 and currently, many organizations are considering the actions to take to become compliant before the deadline.

At its heart is our fundamental right to privacy. GDPR will enforce a stronger data protection regime for organizations that operate in the European Union (EU) and handle EU citizens’ data. The Regulation constitutes the protection of personal data of employees, customers and others. It makes all the data collected about us ours to control. This renders the processing of our data by others unlawful by default, and only made lawful by adhering to some stringent criteria or legal avenues.

Considering that personal data represents critical and sensitive information that all organizations should protect, such a regulation will help put in place appropriate procedures and controls to prevent Information Security breaches.

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office advises that step one in preparing for the GDPR is to raise you and your organization’s awareness.

Key Benefits of GDPR

The GDPR will have implications across any organization; sales, marketing, HR, IT and many other departments will need to understand how it might affect their day-to-day work. Employees from the senior decision-makers downwards will need to be aware of their own responsibilities and obligations. We are used to data protection being the realm of digital security experts, encryption and the IT department. The GDPR places the responsibility of privacy squarely in the hands of everyone in the organisation. From Marketing and Sales, IT and HR, all the way up to the boardroom.The reach will also be global, not just restricted to the European Economic Area. Wherever you are in the world, if you are collecting or processing data on anyone in the EU, you will need a strategy. And that’s not just EU citizens, but anyone located in the EU, including travelling on business and tourists, regardless of their nationality or residence.

Non-compliance with the GDPR will represent a breach of a person’s fundamental rights, the consequences of not complying with the regulation will be much more severe than those we’ve seen up until now. The maximum fine will be 20 million euros, or 4% of global turnover, whichever is the higher.

Even though the consequences for businesses are profound and far-reaching, a recent YouGov survey revealed that over 70% of businesses have yet to start preparing for the GDPR.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) course in english provided by iLEARN