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Certified GDPR Foundation and Data Protection Act 2018 Part 3 Combination Training Course

Certified GDPR Foundation and Data Protection Act 2018 Part 3 Combination Training Course

SKU: 5387

This two-day training course provides a complete introduction to the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and the DPA (Data Protection Act) 2018. Gain the knowledge and understanding needed to successfully achieve and maintain compliance.

By attending and passing the course exam, you will achieve the ISO 17024-certificated EU GDPR Foundation (EU GDPR F) qualification. The Data Protection Act 2018 Part 3 – Law Enforcement Processing course course is solely a training course not a qualification, there is no exam. See  all UK training venue details.

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Data Protection Act 2018 Part 3 - Law Enforcement Processing Training Course

In-depth knowledge and understanding of Part 3 of the Data Protection Act 2018. Covering the processing of personal data by a competent authority for law enforcement purposes.

Certified GDPR Foundation Training Course

Certified GDPR Foundation Training Course
Price: £550.00
ex vat

Description

Course overview

The GDPR, which came into effect on 25 May 2018, has revolutionised data protection legislation. The DPA 2018 incorporates the GDPR into UK law and fills in aspects of the Regulation that were left to individual member states to interpret and implement. The DPA 2018 covers certain types of personal data processing that fall outside the GDPR’s scope, including processing by public authorities. It also sets out data processing regimes for law enforcement and intelligence purposes. 

The DPA 2018 supports the GDPR, which is why the two laws should be read together to ensure you fully understand your regulatory obligations. Book the two courses together to receive a 15% discount. 


GDPR Foundation and Data Protection Act 2018 Part 3 Combination Training Course outline

Certified EU GDPR Foundation Data Protection Act 2018 Part 3 – Law Enforcement Processing
Get a practical introduction to the GDPR. This course provides an overview of the Regulation’s key elements, including the different bands of data breach fines, the six data processing principles and the rights of a data subject. Learn from an experienced privacy consultant and discover the difference between Part 2 and Part 3 of the DPA 2018. This course covers Part 3 processing, including matters directly relevant to the processing of personal data for law enforcement purposes.

Course benefits

Developed by experts

Designed and developed by our experienced team of experts using their extensive knowledge and understanding of data privacy laws and related information security standards, such as ISO 27001.

A masterclass in the requirements of the GDPR and the DPA 2018

This course offers a complete introduction to the requirements of the GDPR, and Part 3 processing under the DPA 2018.

Delivered by professionals

An experienced data protection practitioner and consultant will teach you how to achieve compliance with the DPA 2018.

Achieve GDPR and DPA 2018 compliance

Develop the skills required to successfully achieve and maintain GDPR and DPA 2018 compliance for your organisation.

Fast-track to certification

Achieve an internationally recognised GDPR qualification in just two days.

Hands-on study

Participate in group discussions, practical exercises and case studies throughout the course.


Who should attend this course?

Staff who are responsible for GDPR and DPA 2018 compliance for their organisation. Anyone with a basic knowledge of data protection regulation and practices who is looking to develop their career with a professional qualification.

This course is suitable for anyone working within any of the competent authorities listed in Schedule 7 of the DPA 2018, for those who process personal data for a law enforcement purpose, and, in particular, for those involved in or responsible for compliance, such as:

  • Investigators (all levels)
  • SIOs (senior investigation officers)
  • IOs (intelligence officers)
  • ILOs (international liaison officers)
  • Case managers
  • Disclosure officers
  • DPOs (data protection officers)
  • Information security managers
  • IT managers
  • Project managers<
  • Corporate governance managers
  • Risk and compliance managers
  • General or privacy counsels
  • HR, finance and procurement managers
  • Privacy managers
  • Data protection managers

Why choose IT Governance for your training needs?

  • We’re internationally recognised as the authority on GDPR – our team introduced the world’s first certified GDPR Foundation and Practitioner training course and the only one that’s ISO 17024- certificated and since then we have trained more than 8,000 professionals on the GDPR.
  • We offer more GDPR training dates and locations that anyone else.
  • Trained by industry experts – our trainers are working consultants with years of practical, hands-on experience.
  • Pass first time or train again for free – we have trained more than 17,000 people and we’re confident you’ll pass with us first time. If you don’t, we’ll train you again for free.*
  • Choose the method that suits you – we offer classroom, Live Online, distance learning, e-learning and in-house training options.
  • Access your training anywhere – all our course materials are provided as a digital copy, allowing you to access them anywhere and at any time. Documents will be made available 20 days before your course.
  • Business solutions to suit you – whether you’re a multinational wanting us to manage all your training needs or a small business wishing to boost your workforce skills, we offer a range of training solutions.

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Course details

What does the GDPR Foundation and Data Protection Act 2018 Part 3 Combination Training Course cover? 

  • Bands of penalties and range of awards for breaches
  • Lawfulness of processing and consent
  • The six data processing principles
  • Special categories of personal data
  • The rights of data subjects, including data subject access requests
  • Controllers and processors
  • Data protection by design
  • Securing personal data
  • Reporting data breaches
  • How to perform a DPIA (data protection impact assessment)
  • The DPO role
  • Transferring personal data outside the EU
  • The powers of supervisory authorities
  • Lead supervisory authorities
  • The role of the European Data Protection Board
  • The ‘jurisprudence’ insofar as it relates to the relationship between EU and British law
  • The scope of law enforcement processing and relevant definitions
  • How the six data processing principles are applied by a competent authority for the processing of personal data for law enforcement purposes
  • How sensitive processing relates to the processing of special categories of personal data in the context of Part 3 processing
  • The rights of data subjects in relation to processing personal data for law enforcement purposes and a data controller facilitating those rights
  • The controller’s and processor’s obligations with regard to the processing of personal data for law enforcement purposes
  • The conditions for data transfers to third countries or international organisations for law enforcement purposes
  • The supplementary provisions under Part 3 processing
  • The enforcement actions available to the supervisory authority in the case of infringements
  • The key differences between Part 2 and Part 3 processing

What’s included in this course?

Course materials, lunch, refreshments and the GDPR Foundation exam are all included in this course.


What equipment should I bring?

You will be sent the course materials and interactive learner’s guide in advance, which you can complete during the course. You will need a pop-up enabled laptop or tablet on which to sit the GDPR Foundation exam.


Course duration and times

Day 1: 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Day 2: 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Course locations

Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Reading and Southampton.


CPD/CPE points

This course enables attendees to qualify for 14 CPD/CPE credits.

Exams and qualifications

GDPR Foundation and Data Protection Act 2018 Part 3 Combination Training Course exams

Attendees take the EU GDPR F examination at the end of day 1 – a 60-minute, multiple-choice, ISO 17024-certificated exam set by IBITGQ.


What qualifications will I receive?

EU GDPR Foundation (EU GDPR F) qualification.


How will I receive my exam results and certificates?

Provisional exam results will be given immediately after completing the exam. Confirmed results will be issued within ten working days and your certificate will be sent to your email address.


Can exams be retaken?

The exam can be resat without retaking the entire course, but candidates will need to pay the exam fee again. 

Prerequisites

Are there any prerequisites for this course?

There are no pre-requisites for sitting this combination package.


Is there any recommended reading?

There is no pre-reading for the EU GDPR Foundation course. You will be sent specific pre-reading in your course pack for the DPA 2018 Part 3 – Law Enforcement Processing course. 


Do I need to bring proof of identity?

Delegates must bring a form of photographic ID with them as the invigilator may request to check it prior to the exam.

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