GDPR Events

27th February, 2018
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    Business Doctors GDPR Taking Action Workshop - Ramada Leicester Stage Hotel, 299, Leicester Road, Leicester , Leicestershire, LE18 1JW

    27th February, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

    To book visit https://www.businessdoctors.co.uk/event/813/gdpr-taking-action-workshop

    What is GDPR? The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a framework that sets guidelines for collection and processing of personal information of individuals within the European Union (EU). GDPR will come into effect across the EU on May 25, 2018. It is important that business owners work on this now, to avoid a panic in May.
    Delegates who attend this session at The Leicester Stage Hotel will build a picture of what they need to do in their Business to comply with the GDPR. The event will be a half day - 3 hour session built around:

    PowerPoint presentation.
    Workbooks - individual personal copy to build a plan for YOUR Business.
    Journal Record Booklet - this will allow you to record the action being taken within YOUR Business.
    Certificates for attendance.

    The Workbook will build a valuable record of what is relevent to your business. Business Doctors would be able to review the further information built into the workbook after delegates return to their businesses. Details of what that involves will be shared on the day.

    This type of topic does not have a generic answer for ALL businesses, so there will be a large amount of personal perspective to the session. It is very much a practical approach to YOUR businesses requirements.

    What to expert on the day:

    Interactive presentation guiding delegates through all aspects of the GDPR.

    Workbook that will form an implementation plan for YOUR business.

    Journal record booklet.

    Certificate of attendance.
    Bookings can be made through my event page but also by e-mailing me at the address below.

    The workshop will run from 9am - 12pm - refreshments will be available on arrival and during the session.

    Cost per delegate is £249 + Vat. This will be invoiced when your booking is made and payment is due prior to the workshop.

    If you wish to get in touch with any questions, please use email below:

    [email protected]

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    Alliance member - Client workshop - Greater London

    27th February, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

1st March, 2018
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    Penarth: GDPR Awareness Workshop - Alexandra Gate Business Centre Ffordd Pengam, Cardiff, CF24, Wales

    1st March, 2018 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

    To Book: https://www.penarth.co.uk/training.html

    The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into effect on 25/05/18 and have been cited as being “game changing” in terms of their impact on the way that organisations process personal data. From the largest multi-nationals to the smallest charities, organisations will need to review (and probably amend) how they store and process personal data. Our short course is intended to provide learners with an awareness as to what the requirements are, and to get people thinking about what they will need to to in order to become compliant.

    ​The session will cover:
    - Why has GDPR been introduced?
    - What is GDPR?
    - Do you process personal data?
    - Do you have a legal basis for processing that personal data?
    - Consent
    - What to do to become compliant
    - Policies and procedures
    - Websites and GDPR
    - “Must do’s” of cyber security
    - How to demonstrate commitment to information security and data protection
    - Where to find further help

    Anyone attending this session will leave with supporting information - as well as the start of a personalised action plan.

    All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance after the training, which will be beneficial in demonstrating to the Information Commissioner’s Office that you have received some training.

    Attendees will:
    - Understand what GDPR is and what have an understanding of what it means for their organisation
    - Generate the “next steps” action plan

2nd March, 2018
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    GDPR Presentation at event - South Wales

    2nd March, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 11:15 am

6th March, 2018
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    Tactics to Deliver High Performance - Cardiff City Stadium, CF11 8AZ

    6th March, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 11:30 am

    To book: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tactics-to-deliver-high-performance-tickets-42496196267

    PROGRAM

    Impactful Leadership

    Dafydd Thomas

    Circularis

    [email protected]

    07456862638

    SMART goals for high performance

    Kerry Chown, Cobalt HR

    [email protected]

    07753933616

    Performance monitoring and review

    Ed Fitzgerald

    Edify

    [email protected]

    07976370728

    BREAK - 15 minutes

    Effective Conversations

    Gavin Hill-John

    Talk Skills

    [email protected]

    07974260986

    Employee well-being and its contribution to high performance

    Rachael Stuckey

    Workwell Therapy

    [email protected]

    07787357308

    GDPR, Be Prepared

    Chris Roberts,

    GDPR Alliance

    [email protected]

    07715462788

    Close

    Kerry Chown

7th March, 2018
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    Alliance member - Client workshop - South Wales

    7th March, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

20th March, 2018
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    Penarth: GDPR Awareness Workshop - Alexandra Gate Business Centre Ffordd Pengam, Cardiff, CF24, Wales

    20th March, 2018 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

    To Book: https://www.penarth.co.uk/training.html

    The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into effect on 25/05/18 and have been cited as being “game changing” in terms of their impact on the way that organisations process personal data. From the largest multi-nationals to the smallest charities, organisations will need to review (and probably amend) how they store and process personal data. Our short course is intended to provide learners with an awareness as to what the requirements are, and to get people thinking about what they will need to to in order to become compliant.

    ​The session will cover:
    - Why has GDPR been introduced?
    - What is GDPR?
    - Do you process personal data?
    - Do you have a legal basis for processing that personal data?
    - Consent
    - What to do to become compliant
    - Policies and procedures
    - Websites and GDPR
    - “Must do’s” of cyber security
    - How to demonstrate commitment to information security and data protection
    - Where to find further help

    Anyone attending this session will leave with supporting information - as well as the start of a personalised action plan.

    All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance after the training, which will be beneficial in demonstrating to the Information Commissioner’s Office that you have received some training.

    Attendees will:
    - Understand what GDPR is and what have an understanding of what it means for their organisation
    - Generate the “next steps” action plan

12th April, 2018
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    Penarth: GDPR Awareness Workshop - Alexandra Gate Business Centre Ffordd Pengam, Cardiff, CF24, Wales

    12th April, 2018 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

    To Book: https://www.penarth.co.uk/training.html

    The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into effect on 25/05/18 and have been cited as being “game changing” in terms of their impact on the way that organisations process personal data. From the largest multi-nationals to the smallest charities, organisations will need to review (and probably amend) how they store and process personal data. Our short course is intended to provide learners with an awareness as to what the requirements are, and to get people thinking about what they will need to to in order to become compliant.

    ​The session will cover:
    - Why has GDPR been introduced?
    - What is GDPR?
    - Do you process personal data?
    - Do you have a legal basis for processing that personal data?
    - Consent
    - What to do to become compliant
    - Policies and procedures
    - Websites and GDPR
    - “Must do’s” of cyber security
    - How to demonstrate commitment to information security and data protection
    - Where to find further help

    Anyone attending this session will leave with supporting information - as well as the start of a personalised action plan.

    All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance after the training, which will be beneficial in demonstrating to the Information Commissioner’s Office that you have received some training.

    Attendees will:
    - Understand what GDPR is and what have an understanding of what it means for their organisation
    - Generate the “next steps” action plan

16th April, 2018
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    Penarth: GDPR Awareness Workshop - Alexandra Gate Business Centre Ffordd Pengam, Cardiff, CF24, Wales

    16th April, 2018 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

    To Book: https://www.penarth.co.uk/training.html

    The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into effect on 25/05/18 and have been cited as being “game changing” in terms of their impact on the way that organisations process personal data. From the largest multi-nationals to the smallest charities, organisations will need to review (and probably amend) how they store and process personal data. Our short course is intended to provide learners with an awareness as to what the requirements are, and to get people thinking about what they will need to to in order to become compliant.

    ​The session will cover:
    - Why has GDPR been introduced?
    - What is GDPR?
    - Do you process personal data?
    - Do you have a legal basis for processing that personal data?
    - Consent
    - What to do to become compliant
    - Policies and procedures
    - Websites and GDPR
    - “Must do’s” of cyber security
    - How to demonstrate commitment to information security and data protection
    - Where to find further help

    Anyone attending this session will leave with supporting information - as well as the start of a personalised action plan.

    All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance after the training, which will be beneficial in demonstrating to the Information Commissioner’s Office that you have received some training.

    Attendees will:
    - Understand what GDPR is and what have an understanding of what it means for their organisation
    - Generate the “next steps” action plan

24th April, 2018
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    Penarth: GDPR Awareness Workshop - Alexandra Gate Business Centre Ffordd Pengam, Cardiff, CF24, Wales

    24th April, 2018 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

    To Book: https://www.penarth.co.uk/training.html

    The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into effect on 25/05/18 and have been cited as being “game changing” in terms of their impact on the way that organisations process personal data. From the largest multi-nationals to the smallest charities, organisations will need to review (and probably amend) how they store and process personal data. Our short course is intended to provide learners with an awareness as to what the requirements are, and to get people thinking about what they will need to to in order to become compliant.

    ​The session will cover:
    - Why has GDPR been introduced?
    - What is GDPR?
    - Do you process personal data?
    - Do you have a legal basis for processing that personal data?
    - Consent
    - What to do to become compliant
    - Policies and procedures
    - Websites and GDPR
    - “Must do’s” of cyber security
    - How to demonstrate commitment to information security and data protection
    - Where to find further help

    Anyone attending this session will leave with supporting information - as well as the start of a personalised action plan.

    All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance after the training, which will be beneficial in demonstrating to the Information Commissioner’s Office that you have received some training.

    Attendees will:
    - Understand what GDPR is and what have an understanding of what it means for their organisation
    - Generate the “next steps” action plan

11th May, 2018
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    Penarth: GDPR Awareness Workshop - Alexandra Gate Business Centre Ffordd Pengam, Cardiff, CF24, Wales

    11th May, 2018 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

    To Book: https://www.penarth.co.uk/training.html

    The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into effect on 25/05/18 and have been cited as being “game changing” in terms of their impact on the way that organisations process personal data. From the largest multi-nationals to the smallest charities, organisations will need to review (and probably amend) how they store and process personal data. Our short course is intended to provide learners with an awareness as to what the requirements are, and to get people thinking about what they will need to to in order to become compliant.

    ​The session will cover:
    - Why has GDPR been introduced?
    - What is GDPR?
    - Do you process personal data?
    - Do you have a legal basis for processing that personal data?
    - Consent
    - What to do to become compliant
    - Policies and procedures
    - Websites and GDPR
    - “Must do’s” of cyber security
    - How to demonstrate commitment to information security and data protection
    - Where to find further help

    Anyone attending this session will leave with supporting information - as well as the start of a personalised action plan.

    All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance after the training, which will be beneficial in demonstrating to the Information Commissioner’s Office that you have received some training.

    Attendees will:
    - Understand what GDPR is and what have an understanding of what it means for their organisation
    - Generate the “next steps” action plan

15th May, 2018
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    Penarth: GDPR Awareness Workshop - Alexandra Gate Business Centre Ffordd Pengam, Cardiff, CF24, Wales

    15th May, 2018 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

    To Book: https://www.penarth.co.uk/training.html

    The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into effect on 25/05/18 and have been cited as being “game changing” in terms of their impact on the way that organisations process personal data. From the largest multi-nationals to the smallest charities, organisations will need to review (and probably amend) how they store and process personal data. Our short course is intended to provide learners with an awareness as to what the requirements are, and to get people thinking about what they will need to to in order to become compliant.

    ​The session will cover:
    - Why has GDPR been introduced?
    - What is GDPR?
    - Do you process personal data?
    - Do you have a legal basis for processing that personal data?
    - Consent
    - What to do to become compliant
    - Policies and procedures
    - Websites and GDPR
    - “Must do’s” of cyber security
    - How to demonstrate commitment to information security and data protection
    - Where to find further help

    Anyone attending this session will leave with supporting information - as well as the start of a personalised action plan.

    All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance after the training, which will be beneficial in demonstrating to the Information Commissioner’s Office that you have received some training.

    Attendees will:
    - Understand what GDPR is and what have an understanding of what it means for their organisation
    - Generate the “next steps” action plan