Our “Structured Courses” are designed to give you practical and actionable knowledge to help you build Data Literacy either through self directed learning or with the assistance of one of our instructors.
On completion of the modules in this course, learner’s will;
- Module 1: Be able to explain the core principles of Data Protection law. Demonstrate an understanding of how Data Protection principles apply in practice.
- Module 2: Be able to explain the requirements for concise and intelligible communication in a Fair Processing Notice. Demonstrate an understanding of the components of consent as a basis for processing personal data.
- Module 3: Identify the most appropriate processing grounds for processing data in a particular context. Discuss the requirements for processing data relating to criminal convictions or offenses.
- Module 4: Comply with a data Subject Access Request.
- Module 5: Discuss data protection requirements and issues for direct.
- Module 6: Discuss the concept of «balancing fundamental rights» in context of Legitimate Interests. Conduct a Legitimate Interests balancing test.
- Module 7: Why a Data Protection Impact Assessment is done. When a DPIA is necessary / recommended.
- Module 8: Define a processing activity involving personal data. Understand requirements for process documentation under Article 30 of GDPR. Be able to create a «Register of Processing Activities».