Understanding The Data Protection Act (1998)COURSE CALENDAR
What Is Understanding The Data Protection Act (1998) Training?
All staff who handle personal information need to understand the fundamental principles and the practical requirements for complying with data protection rules. Staff should also be able to identify breaches or potential breaches of data protection law, and be able to react appropriately. This one-day Data Protection programme provides a comprehensive overview of the Data Protection Act and provides delegates with an awareness of their duties and responsibilities regarding data protection in the workplace.
Who Should Attend
This course is ideal for anyone responsible for the handling of the personal data of living individuals and/or operates CCTV systems.
- Introduction to Data Protection
- Personal Data
- The Principles
- Sensitive Personal Data
- Basis for Processing
- Relationship with FOIA (Freedom Of Information Act)
- Rights of Access
- Subject Access
- Third Party Data
- Interactive session
- Comparison with UK DP Act and Republic of Ireland DP Act
- Data Processors
- Dealing with Complaints.
Available onsite or nationwide at any of over 50 centres, see below our open course availability. Alternatively, call 0844 335 8882.
The Understanding The Data Protection Act (1998) course is accredited by the most recognised certificating body in the UK and supported by certification and credit card sized ID cards produced by XYZ Training Group - one of the UK's largest dedicated Finance and Legal training organisations.
Open Courses & Public Events
Our Understanding The Data Protection Act (1998) training public event calendar has more than open course training dates taking place across the UK. Search and book securely online and receive an immediate confirmation together with full joining instructions, your VAT invoice and a receipt of payment. You are also able to make an enquiry and receive our formal quotation. Lowest price guaranteed.
There is an abundance of statutes addressing data protection and privacy. The main legislation governing data protection is the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) which came into force on 1 March 2000. The DPA implements an EU Directive (the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC) and both the Act and the Directive aim to give individuals rights in connection with the processing of manual and computerised personal data and on the movement of such data.
In addition to a comprehensive Understanding The Data Protection Act (1998) open course schedule, training is also available on client premises or at one of our training venues as a private course - provided minimum delegate numbers are achieved. Whatever your requirement, start by completing the form below and we'll send you the full course information and a quotation based on your requirements.
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