Privacy Challenges in 2021 - Data Protection & FOI
“I felt the training was perfectly executed.”
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
In May 2018, GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) became law across the EU, and as the Data Protection 2018 in the UK. The new legislation increased organisational transparency and accountability in the collection and processing of personal data, as well as the rights of those whose personal data is being collected and processed. The push for a “privacy by design” approach to personal data under GDPR strongly encourages the important recognition that how and why personal data is collected, processed and kept safe is an organisational issue.
Government activities are not wholly exempt from these new obligations, and together with responsibilities under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, it is important that staff working in Government understand the impact of these changes, their responsibilities and what they need to do next.
Privacy Challenges in 2021 - Data Protection & FOI is from our Law & Legal Awareness series. At the Civil Service College, we tailor our courses to each attendee’s role and organisations, ensuring that each delegate gets the most out of the training. Our courses and trainers are continuously updated and evaluated to ensure that we are always delivering the best service possible.
The Data Protection (GDPR), Freedom of Information and Information Management course is designed for all civil servants who are creating, managing, collecting and processing information and personal data.
10:00 - 16:00
£595 + VAT
This course is available In-House and can be tailored to meet your individual training requirements.Enquire
Naomi Korn is one of the leading UK experts in copyright, compliance, rights and licensing. Naomi is the former Chair, Libraries and Archives Copyright Alliance (LACA) from 2013 – 2017.Read Bio
Naomi Korn is one of the leading UK experts in copyright, compliance, rights and licensing. Naomi is the former Chair, Libraries and Archives Copyright Alliance (LACA) from 2013 – 2017. During this period, she led the reform of the UK’s copyright laws on behalf of the cultural heritage sector, which resulted in new UK exceptions to copyright in 2014. From 2015-17, Naomi was a Trustee of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professional (CILIP), the second largest professional organisation for librarians in the world. Naomi recently travelled to China for the British Council lecturing on copyright at the UK-China conference for Commercial Enterprise and Copyright Protection. Naomi is a visiting lecturer at City University, University College London and Kingston University. In November 2017, Naomi was appointed a CREATe Industry Fellow. Naomi established NKCC in 2003, after having overseen copyright at the Tate from 2000 – 2003.
“The course really helped me understand how we could help the public by unlocking data and making it really accessible. It greatly helped my confidence in helping the public.”
Registers Of Scotland
"Trainer managed to bring to life what could have been quite a dry subject and made it interesting. Excellent course."
West Midlands Pension Fund
“The trainer’s style and delivery engaged all course attendees into open discussion.”
Disclosure and Barring Service
An excellent course, my knowledge on the topic has been greatly enhanced.
Courts and Tribunals Judciary
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