GDPR Awareness

On the 25th May 2018, efforts to enforce the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) began. Although many businesses seeking to comply worked hard to meet the deadline, undertakings to educate and raise awareness will, by necessity, continue for many years to come.

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GDPR Awareness

IT Governance and Compliance / GDPR Awareness
  • Basics of GDPR
  • Certification of completion
  • Developed by industry experts
  • Revision modules
  • Expert tutor support

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Key Features

Duration of access:
3 months

Training hours:
1 hour

Certification of completion

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Introduction

You can’t avoid the GDPR - and you certainly wouldn’t want to get it wrong! But do you feel duly aware of the GDPR requirements and their implications for your organization?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) aims to give individuals more control over their personal data. It also unifies regulations within the European Union (EU) for international businesses. For GDPR compliance, companies are required to adhere to stringent criteria in the way they process, use and store customer data.

Failing to legally and securely use customer data can result in heavy financial penalties, as well as poor customer relations. The best way to avoid this, as advised by the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), is to raise adequate awareness of the GDPR across an organization.
This short online training course introduces students to the basic concepts of the GDPR. This will provide decision-makers with enough knowledge to engage in further discussions with specialists and GDPR officers inside their organizations.

The GDPR places the responsibility of data protection in the hands of every individual within an organization. Or, rather, it holds organizations accountable for the actions of every individual they employ.

No longer is data itself protected: the individual, themselves, are protected. That means that anyone handling data becomes responsible for protecting the individual. This includes those working in Sales, IT, HR and so on. It is therefore very important to ensure staff at all levels within an organization are aware of the GDPR regulation. More than that, organizations must show they have taken the necessary steps towards compliance in order to avoid penalties.

This ‘GDPR Awareness’ online course briefs and prepares decision-makers and leaders on the GDPR. All essential knowledge is covered, enabling users to engage in further discussion with specialists and other stakeholders.

The course is accessible on multiple devices, including mobile phones and tablets, giving professionals the chance to study whenever and wherever they need to.

Benefits for Individuals

This short online training course provides professionals with adequate knowledge and skills for keeping their organizations compliant with the GDPR. The EU regulation introduces various duties and roles which must be filled within an organization. The course provides clarity on those different roles, alongside their individual responsibilities.

Benefits for Organizations

Holding GDPR training records will help your business demonstrate its compliance with the regulation. If you fail to build the GDPR into your business, your staff may come into conflict with the regulation.

This online training course can help you provide your employees with a fundamental understanding of the regulation. It will ensure they are aware of the ramifications of data misuse. This will help your organization to build a strong data protection culture amongst your employees.

Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction
This module provides an overview of the Data Protection Directive, as well as other advances in technology and consumer rights

Module 2: The Basics
Module two takes a high-level view of the important dates organizations should know, as well as the scope of the GDPR.

Module 3: Personal Data
Module three offers an introduction to personal data and its categories.

Module 4: The Roles
Module four provides an overview of the essential roles demanded by the GDPR

Module 5: GDPR Principles
Module five introduces the six key principles of the GDPR. It also examines how the GDPR defines ‘accountability’.

Module 6: The Data Subject’s Rights
This module explores the rights of the individual, including data access and data erasure.

Module 7: The Lawful Bases for Processing
Module seven provides an overview of the legal responsibilities of organizations as defined by the GDPR.

Module 8: Privacy Notices
The final module introduces the ‘Privacy Notice’ rules of the GDPR.

Assessment

Each module carries a short assessment that consolidates the topics covered and helps to ensure retention.
Though the course does not carry an official examination, learners receive a certificate of completion on successfully finishing the course.

The legalese of GDPR is translated into transparent and accessible language in the GDPR overview provided in the course. The course also offers practical steps for an organization to become GDPR-compliant.

  • 6 months’ access from the date of purchase to complete your training
  • 1 hour of online training content
  • An interactive and engaging training experience
  • Quizzes and revision modules
  • On/off progress tracker
  • Access through multiple devices
  • Offline player for studying on the move
  • Access to Orbus’ Learning Ecosystem, including:
    • Detailed personal performance report
    • Enrolment in a community for business and IT professionals
    • Free resource center (articles, case studies, white papers, etc.)
    • Support suite
  • Tutor support

What is the GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a data protection and privacy regulation. It was introduced in the European Union (EU) to protect citizens within the EU and European Economic Area (EEA).

The GDPR aims to give individuals more control over their personal data and unify regulations within the EU for businesses.

Is this course accredited?

Although this course does not lead to a formal qualification or accreditation, taking it is still an excellent first step towards becoming GDPR compliant. On completing this course, professionals will receive a completion certificate issued by our learning partner, Good e-Learning.

What are the prerequisites for this course?

There are no formal prerequisites for this course.

What is the duration of this course?

This course provides one hour’s worth of training materials, including all the learning modules and quizzes.

How long can users access this course?

Learners receive 6 months of access from the purchase date of the course.

Does the course include a manual?

The course does not require a manual.

What is a revision module?

The revision module provides learners with a summary of the key topics covered within the course. The module also includes tips and guides that can help learners to better retain their new knowledge.

How does the on/off tracker work?

The online tracker offers an ideal time duration to complete the course and gives users a reminder when they go off-track. Please note that the tracker is an optional feature that works on a recommended timeframe. It does not have any impact on the duration of user access.

Which Learning Management System (LMS) does the course use?

The Docebo LMS is integrated into the Orbus Learning Ecosystem.

What are the minimum system and browser requirements?

Click here to view the latest system and browser requirements for efficiently running this course.

How can I get help?

Once you purchase a course and start learning, you will have access to a support suite dedicated to assisting you through your training. For tutor, technical and administrative support queries, please mail us on training.support@orbussoftware.com.

This course is delivered by Good e-Learning who are the accredited training provider.

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Key Features

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3 months

Training hours:
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Certification of completion

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