GDPR (Data Protection)

Organisations across all categories can face unlimited fines and individuals can even be sent to prison. So it is really important that we make sure that we always deal with people’s data in the right way. One of its aims is to provide standardised data protection laws across Ireland & the entire EU.

Course Details

GDPR (Data Protection) for  all organisations across County Tipperary

20% discount for booking online

GDPR Data Protection

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 Fees structured to be affordable for all organisations across Tipperary

Only €99 per person - Pay online and avail of 20% discount

Thurles Workshop dates; Between 9.30am and 5pm 12th & 21st May 2018 

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Aims

This training course refers to GDPR – General Data Protection Regulations.

The GDPR builds on and replaces existing data protection law and aims to strike the right balance between the rights of individuals and the interests of those with legitimate reasons for using personal information.

Organisations can face unlimited fines and individuals can even be sent to prison. So it is really important that we make sure that we always deal with people’s data in the right way. One of its aims is to provide standardised data protection laws across Ireland & the entire EU.

Client Profile

This one-day training course is suitable for any individual or business running a website, carrying out marketing activities, handling customer payments and providing customer service at their place of work or business.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this GDPR – Data Protection training course your participants will be able to: Outline the data protection principles outlined in the GDPR and apply these principles as appropriate Identify ‘personal data’ and ‘special categories of personal data ’ and their processing conditions Outline the rights of individual data subjects found in the GDPR