An informed workforce is fundamental to implementing effective systems and processes and can be your biggest ally against risk. Support is integral to all our projects, but we also deliver workshops and in-depth training on specific risk-associated issues, either independently, or in partnership with other industry experts.

“No jargon” approach to GDPR - A real life case study to help your business

 

In conjunction with Zenzero Solutions, HR Dept, & Pentlands
Location: Solihull, West Midlands
Date: 23rd April 2018 - AM
Speakers: Helen Barge, Elinor Perry-Hall, Tracey Hudson & Anne Tasker
Price: Free

This will be a no-nonsense approach to GDPR, no death by powerpoint, no lengthy legal waffle – just simple, honest and practical guidance on how GDPR can be managed across the entire company.

Hear from:

Elinor Perry-Hall, Pentlands, about their approach to getting ready for GDPR, accessing and the management of their customer and employee data requirements, and how they will maintain compliance following the three principles of People, Process and Technology.

Tracey Hudson, The HR Department, insight into responsibilities for employee data from recruitment to termination and beyond.

Helen Barge, Risk Evolves, will give you practical guidance on the processes needed to assess, implement and maintain compliance

Anne Tasker, Zenzero, will address how to keep your marketing, customer and employee data compliant and secure through the use of IT.

“No jargon” approach to GDPR - A real life case study to help your business

 

 

In conjunction with Zenzero Solutions, HR Dept, & Pentlands
Location: Solihull, West Midlands
Date: 23rd April 2018 - PM
Speakers: Helen Barge, Elinor Perry-Hall, Tracey Hudson & Anne Tasker
Price: Free

This will be a no-nonsense approach to GDPR, no death by powerpoint, no lengthy legal waffle – just simple, honest and practical guidance on how GDPR can be managed across the entire company.

Hear from:

Elinor Perry-Hall, Pentlands, about their approach to getting ready for GDPR, accessing and the management of their customer and employee data requirements, and how they will maintain compliance following the three principles of People, Process and Technology.

Tracey Hudson, The HR Department, insight into responsibilities for employee data from recruitment to termination and beyond.

Helen Barge, Risk Evolves, will give you practical guidance on the processes needed to assess, implement and maintain compliance

Anne Tasker, Zenzero, will address how to keep your marketing, customer and employee data compliant and secure through the use of IT.

GDPR Training

 

 

In conjunction with QSL Ltd.
Location: Worcester, Worcestershire
Date: 24th April 2018
Trainer: Andy Styles
Price: £295 plus VAT, per delegate

The European Union General Data Protection Regulations (or the EU GDPR) will replace the current UK Data Protection Act. It will impact all organisations, regardless of size and sector and will determine how we manage data both online and offline. The current Data Protection legislation was launched in 1998 and the world has clearly progressed since then with new technologies (tablets, cloud storage), new ways of working (on / offsite) and a greater dependency on 3rd party providers for goods and services.

UK businesses will need to be compliant when the new legislation becomes law on 25th May 2018. This interactive workshop will use business scenarios to introduce the new legislation and will provide an overview of the steps that businesses will need to take to become complaint.

GDPR Workshops: Basic Principles of Implementation

 

In conjunction with Afnor UK
Location: Staffordshire
Date: 26th April 2018
Trainer: Andy Styles
Price: £275 inc VAT, per delegate

The European Union General Data Protection Regulations (or the EU GDPR) is the update to the current UK Data Protection Act. It will impact all organisations when it comes into effect on 25 May 2018, and will determine how we manage data both online and offline. This training course covers the changes in the new legislation, what businesses need to know and steps to achieve compliance.

Together with Afnor UK, we've developed a practical one-day introduction to GDPR to give you a solid grounding in how to approach the new legislation.

GDPR Workshops: Basic Principles of Implementation

 

 

In conjunction with Afnor UK
Location: East Sussex
Date: 2nd May 2018
Trainer: Andy Styles
Price: £275 inc VAT, per delegate

The European Union General Data Protection Regulations (or the EU GDPR) is the update to the current UK Data Protection Act. It will impact all organisations when it comes into effect on 25 May 2018, and will determine how we manage data both online and offline. This training course covers the changes in the new legislation, what businesses need to know and steps to achieve compliance.

Together with Afnor UK, we've developed a practical one-day introduction to GDPR to give you a solid grounding in how to approach the new legislation.

GDPR Workshops: Basic Principles of Implementation

 

 

In conjunction with Afnor UK
Location: Dartford
Date: 23rd May 2018
Trainer: Andy Styles
Price: £275 inc VAT, per delegate

The European Union General Data Protection Regulations (or the EU GDPR) is the update to the current UK Data Protection Act. It will impact all organisations when it comes into effect on 25 May 2018, and will determine how we manage data both online and offline. This training course covers the changes in the new legislation, what businesses need to know and steps to achieve compliance.

Together with Afnor UK, we've developed a practical one-day introduction to GDPR to give you a solid grounding in how to approach the new legislation.

GDPR Training

 

 

In conjunction with QSL Ltd.
Location: Worcester, Worcestershire
Date: 12th June 2018
Trainer: Andy Styles
Price: £295 plus VAT, per delegate

The European Union General Data Protection Regulations (or the EU GDPR) will replace the current UK Data Protection Act. It will impact all organisations, regardless of size and sector and will determine how we manage data both online and offline. The current Data Protection legislation was launched in 1998 and the world has clearly progressed since then with new technologies (tablets, cloud storage), new ways of working (on / offsite) and a greater dependency on 3rd party providers for goods and services.

UK businesses will need to be compliant when the new legislation becomes law on 25th May 2018. This interactive workshop will use business scenarios to introduce the new legislation and will provide an overview of the steps that businesses will need to take to become complaint.

People are one of the key assets of your organisation. Investment in their training is a key element of a sound risk-prevention strategy. If you are interested in bespoke in-house training in any of the following areas, please contact us.

Risk management

Effective governance

Cyber security

Supply chain assurance

Data Protection Regulations