An essential session to understand the impact of GDPR and what schools must do to ensure compliance
From the 25th May 2018, schools must comply with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). GDPR replaces the current Data Protection Act in May, making radical changes to existing data protection rules and regulations. This half day session delivered by Peterborough City Council aims to provide you with information to help you prepare and guide you on the key steps you’ll need to take to ensure compliance.
Key Objectives - all colleagues will leave with an understanding of :
- Consent and other reasons to process - covering the GDPR and Data Protection Bill
- Sharing data securely and for the right reasons - including where agreements are needed, secure means and other options not using personal data
- Subject access requests - managing the process, redaction and exemptions
- Data breaches - actions to take, assessment and ICO involvement
- Privacy impact assessment - when it applies and what to consider
- Consequences of non compliance
Who should attend?
- Data Protection Officers
- School Business Managers
- Head Teachers
NEW Venue: Holiday Inn Peterborough West, Thorpe Wood, PE3 6SG
Took Place On: Tuesday 6th March 2018
Time: 9.00am – 12.45pm (registration and refreshments from 8.30am)
Price: £35 per person (subsequent places £30)
Tracey Wright – Information Specialist
Information Governance Team Peterborough City Council.