The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect on the 25th of May 2018 and is the most significant change to data protection law in almost 20 years. The GDPR strengthens a number of existing principles and introduces more rights for individuals in the use of their personal data. GDPR should not be viewed as a tick-box exercise, that once ‘compliant’ it can be forgotten about. Charities need to view the regulation as one that requires on going monitoring and adherence. This half day training session will introduce the GDPR to delegates, describe the differences between the Data Protection Act 1998 and provide practical steps that need to be taken in order to start implementing GDPR.
What will I learn?
By the end of this session you will:
- Understand the basic principles of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
- Know what the key differences are between GDPR and the Data Protection Act
- Understand the challenges for charities to address
- Be confident in the steps you need to take to get ready for GDPR
Kellie Peters spent 14 years working in the NHS and Civil service managing teams responsible for processing data on cancer patients and individuals with drug and alcohol addictions. Before leaving the NHS to setup Databasix UK she was the Head of Cancer Registration and lead the development and implementation of England’s Cancer Chemotherapy dataset. During her time with the NHS she has been involved in delivering Information Governance and Data Protection training courses to members of staff, both clinical and non-clinical. Since setting up Databasix UK in 2013, Kellie has used her experience to develop data protection workshops for SMEs and Charities across the Thames Valley, with the view of providing practical advice and guidance.
Benefits to you
You will leave the session with some practical tips and tools for managing your GDPR implementation plan.
Who should attend?
This session is appropriate for any organisation members, as all members of an organisation need to be aware of the changes that the GDPR brings.
Thursday 22nd February 2018
9.45am arrival for tea, coffee and networking for a 10am start. The workshop will finish by 1pm.
£60 per person for OCVA Members
£70 per person from a charitable organisation who are not OCVA members
£85 per person from a non-charitable organisation
Carterton Community Centre
There is parking available at the venue – to locate venue please use the postcode OX18 1JZ which takes you to Bluebell Way. You then need to follow the road until you see the bright green Co-op signs then turn right into Marigold Square. The Community Centre is the large building with all the white columns outside.
Further information on nearby car parks can be found here. To check public transport options contact ‘Traveline’ on 0870 608 2 608 or visit: http://www.traveline.info/
Telephone: 01865 251946
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|OCVA Members pay £60.00 GBP|
|Charitable organisations who are not OCVA members pay £70.00 GBP|
|Non-charitable Rate pay £85.00 GBP|
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