Data Protection Practitioner Course - CPD Certified

Continue your learning with this in-depth course, covering the major elements of CI Data Protection Laws and GDPR. Contact us to book a for more Info.

  • 7th March 2023
    9:00am - 5:00pm

  • 8th March 2023
    9:00am - 5:00pm


Digital Jersey Hub

This course will give you a detailed understanding of:

1. Data Subject Access requests and exemptions
2. Data Breach policies and response
3. The role of the Supervisory Authorities, their powers and sanctions
4. Data Protection Impact Assessments, when they are needed and how to do them

The laws covered will be,

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Data Protection(Jersey) Law 2018
Data Protection (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law 2017
DPA2018 (UK)

Any differences between the laws will be pointed out and explained
We start with a very brief recap of the GDPR, its Principles, Data Subject Rights, Data transfers and general compliance.

This is a two-day course packed with information to give you a real practical approach to Data Protection compliance.
Once the course is completed, you will:

Day 1
Understand the context of GDPR amongst EU law.
Understand the consequences of non-compliance with the GDPR.
Understand the main legislation dealing with data breaches.
Understand the Data Protection Act 2018 exemptions and your role.
The role of DPO in upholding data subject’s rights, in particular – confidentiality
The role & authority of the ICO
GDPR principles and the role of the DPO in enforcing them.
A roadmap to compliance and demonstrating compliance
The key GDPR principles of Subject Access
The legislative framework
Key court cases affecting DSARs
What is a reasonable search for data
What is Personal Data?
Filing systems
Manual Filing systems
Exemptions – when to use them
Refusing a DSAR
Meaning of – Manifestly unfounded, excessive and reasonable period
What to do if we refuse a DSAR
Exemptions you can use
How to handle a DSAR

Day 2
Give you an understanding of the ethical and legal drivers behind Data Breaches & GDPR.
Give you an insight into the principles behind GDPR.
Allow you to understand what a Data Breach is.
Make you aware of the process of determining when, who, and why a data breach occurred.
Teach you how to handle a Data Breach.
Identify the main benefits and components of a data breach policy.
Understand the procedure for dealing with a data breach.
Understand the data collected and the demonstration of compliance by using the Propelfwd Data Breach Policy.
Role of the Supervisory Authority and Enforcement
Data Protection Impact Assessments

After each main topic, there is a short exam with a required passing mark of 60%.

This course will give you the knowledge and practical skills required to be an effective team member of any data privacy compliance department.

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