GoodtoGive - Data Protection Officer Training Course We are holding a 1-day course designed to provide trustees of faith-based charities
GoodtoGive – Data Protection Officer Training Course
We are holding a 1-day course designed to provide trustees of faith-based charities essential training on how to manage and process data within GDPR guidelines. As a Data Protection Officer, you are tasked with maintaining best practice and staying legally compliant so it is important to know how to manage this responsibility. You will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course and will be eligible for a discount on the G-Flow tool, GoodtoGive’s workflow tool for managing charity data compliance.
We will align the training to G-Flow, our company tool for managing GDPR compliance, but usage of the tool is not a pre-requisite to certification.
Who is the DPO training course for?
If you are in charge of a charity or trust, are nominated as your charitable organisation’s Data Protection Officer, or are starting a charity and want to set off in the right direction. The information on this course is tailored for third sector organisations.
What is the DPO training course agenda?
The course is split into 7 modules:
Module I: GDPR primer. Covering context and definitions, discussing the penalties and implications of non-compliance and an overview of the G-Flow toolset.
Module II: Data protection principles and leveraging the G-Flow toolset.
Module III: Data subject rights, organisational obligations and expectations..
Module IV: Data Controller and Processor responsibilities and obligations.
Module V: Data transfer compliance, scope and obligations.
Module VI: Role of the Supervisory Authority, engagement and compliance. Risk and disaster management.
Module VII: Operational Data Protection and being a Data Protection Officer.
DPO Training Course Leaders:
Sandeep Amar, LLM, MSc, BSc(hons), CIPP, CISSP, CISA, CISM, CEH, CFI, ISO 27001:LA, GDPR-P
Sandeep is a seasoned management consultant with over two decades of experience, across five continents having provided counsel to numerous organisations across the public and private sector. He has deep expertise in the area of Data Protection and Information Security, as well as Mergers and Acquisition, Securities Law, and Intellectual Property protection. Sandeep has extensive knowledge of the practical implications of achieving compliance with relevant legislation and standards, as well as addressing issues, if and when they occur. He has most recently been spearheading GDPR compliance and operationalisation for a number of charities, financial services and technology organisations in the US and Europe.
Des Stewart, Charity Consultant from GoodtoGive
Des has 25 years+ experience of working in the private and public sectors, for the last 10 years he has been working with organisations in the Third Sector and at GoodtoGive has developed an online declaration management system and governance model for small and large charities, focusing on those in the faith-based sector.
Des’ experience of organisational compliance and governance has been gained from his wide ranging experience of work from managing British Standard ISO accreditation, implementing business continuity and disaster recovery plans as well as governance models for both large and small organisations. The creation of the GoodtoGive GDPR compliance package is the latest of his services to improve the governance within the Third Sector.
£325 + VAT. Advance registration is required and cutoff for bookings is 15th February 2019.
Starts promptly at 9.30am, finishes at 3.30pm. Lunch and refreshments are provided.Register Here
(Saturday) 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
GoodtoGive, Alperton House, 3rd Floor, Suite 3b, 1 Bridgewater Road, Wembley, HA0 1EH