Certificate (QQI Level 6) in GDPR (April)

Venue:
The Osprey Hotel, Naas
 
Date:
01/04/2020
 
Note:
4 Wednesdays; 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd April
 
Time:
9:30am - 4:30pm
 
Category:
Seminar
 

For organisations that handle data in a large way it is a requirement for them to have a certified DPO. This course gives participants the skills and qualifications to fulfil this requirement.

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Data Protection Skills Certificate

Become a certified Data Protection Officer

GDPR

Please note: This course is taking place in the Osprey Hotel, Naas.

This programme module aims to equip the participant with the knowledge, skill and competence to develop standard and, measure performance in order to operate in a Data Protection Role. For organisations that handle data in a large way it is a requirement for them to have a certified DPO. This course gives participants the skills and qualifications to fulfil the requirements

 

Data Protection Skills and the National Framework of Qualifications

During the period of  June 2019 to July 2020 The Certificate in Data Protection Skills was developed during lengthy consultations with three leading data protection experts in Ireland, consultation with the Data Protection Commission and with significant input from subject and learning  expert representatives from QQI.  (Quality and Qualifications Ireland)

 

Data Protection Skills Certificate Structure

The programme is split into the following five sections

  • Overview of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • Role of a Data Protection Officer
  • Processing of Personal Data
  • Rights of the Data Subject and Responding to Requests
  • Risk Assessment & Data Processing

 

Cyber security and transfers to third countries

The new certified standard in Data Protection learning covers many vital elements of data protection from the legislation, transfer to third countries, cyber security considerations, online and offline and even special categories such as children’s consent.

At the end of this programme participants will have a better understanding of:

  • Data Protection principles under the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27th April 2016 and other current Data Protection legislation and differentiate between the obligations of a Data Controller and a Data Processor and the role of a supervisory authority.
  • Demonstrate practical skills in monitoring compliance appropriate to a range of Data Protection settings and managing the facilitation of requests from service users clients or customers wishing to exercise rights under GDPR.
  • Evaluate the role of Data Protection within an organisation in supporting others and raising awareness in others in Data Protection policies and procedures relevant to the role of the individual.
  • Utilise relevant Data Protection legislation to create policies and procedures for implementation in an organisational setting and understand the rights of the Data Subject and how to respond to requests.
  • Examine the responsibility of a data controller in Risk Assessment & Data Processing
  • Appraise the circumstances of personal Data breaches and the correct notification procedures
  • Describe in detail the process involved in the preparation for a data audit
 

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