Read more about our GDPR: One year on training below. It takes place in Birmingham on 15 May 2019, between 12.30pm and 4.30pm.
About the training
GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018 became law on the 25th May 2018 changing the way businesses handle personal data. Twelve months on, this session will revisit all things GDPR and help co-ops that collect and process personal data understand if they've done enough to comply and help them plan to complete their GDPR 'to do' list.
This interactive session will:
- Provide opportunities to discuss and share experiences with planning for, and implementing policies and procedures to comply with, GDPR
- Share some practical tips and hints about implementing GDPR policies and help develop a measured approach to data breaches.
- A quick refresher of GDPR requirements
- A practical approach to help delegates review their co-op's progress on GDPR and help improve and enhance their approach
- Myth Busting - is what I've heard about GDPR true?
- What to do in the event of a data breach
- Discussion of GDPR with peers.
This course will provide opportunities for co-ops still getting to grips with GDPR an opportunity to revisit the legal requirements and help those co-ops which have made progress in this area live the policies and processes they have created.
Who should attend
- Secretaries of co-ops
- Membership officers
- Others who have a responsibility for membership data and information
About the trainer
Peter Parker is a partner in the Charities and Social Economy team at Wrigleys Solicitors and one of the firm's data protection representatives. He will be joined by Nick Dunn, a solicitor at Wrigleys and a member of the firm's data protection committee which oversaw the firm's GDPR compliance.