Free Data Protection training – 19th September – central Manchester – no obligation offer
** 10 places reserved for NAACE members ** Here at StayCompliant we recognise the importance to the education sector in complying with the Data Protection Act and the consequences to your reputation and financial burden of up to a £500k fine from the regulator, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), in the event of a breach. Under forthcoming changes to UK data protection law some schools will be legally required to designate a Data Protection Officer (DPO); i.e. maintained schools and academies We are a dedicated education sector provider of information services. As an introduction to our courses and services this free, no cost or obligation session is designed exclusively for staff with responsibility for Data Protection within all types of school. We recognise that you may be fully aware of safeguarding information issues and have some policies in place but are you confident that your staff are fully aware of the schools’ responsibilities under the 8 Data Protection Principles? What if the unthinkable happened and you had to report a breach like the 32 education organisations did in the period Jan to March 2016? Information required includes dates of training of staff involved in the breach. As training is such an important part of compliance and prevention of breaches, we at StayCompliant would like to invite you to a free, no obligation place on our Data Protection training course. Details are as follows: Title: Overview of the Data Protection Act for education organisations Date: 19th September 2016 Time: 1.30-3.30 including tea, coffee and biscuits Venue: King's House Conference Centre, King's Church, Sidney Street, Manchester. M1 7HB How to claim you free place: Places are limited to one place per organisation, however additional places can be purchased at £50 per delegate. If you would like to book a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Linda Bryson on 07932 637694 by Wednesday 14th September. Places are limited to 30 and are allocated on a first come first served basis.
Expires at: 16/09/2016