GDPR Stage 2 Course

This GDPR Stage 2 Course is a continuation of the GDPR stage one course, aimed at seniors, managers and other staff in health and social care organisations who have a responsibility for managing data processing systems. It is essential that you complete the GDPR stage one course prior to completing this module as it assumes you already have some knowledge about the basic GDPR requirements.

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Course Description

This GDPR Stage 2 Course is a continuation of the GDPR stage one course, aimed at seniors, managers and other staff in health and social care organisations who have a responsibility for managing data processing systems. It is essential that you complete the GDPR stage one course prior to completing this module as it assumes you already have some knowledge about the basic GDPR requirements.

The GDPR Stage 2 Course begins by recapping information in the stage one course to ensure that you have the knowledge base, before explaining the Data Protection Bill/Act and the differences between this and the GDPR.

In the next stage, the course explains the six lawful bases for processing personal data and helps you to understand what you need to document and how to comply with the GDPR requirements.

The course then goes on to explain both Data Protection Impact Assessments, and Data Protection Officers, to help you understand when these are required under the GDPR and also how they should be implemented.

The next stage focuses on the principles of accountability in the GDPR, including the requirement for contracts between controllers and processors, documentation requirements, privacy by design, data breaches and the fees you are required to pay. The final stage explains the additional requirements for processing personal data about children to help you understand what you must do if you process this type of information.

Study GDPR Stage 2 Course via an eLearning platform.

Access to the GDPR Stage 2 Course is delivered via an eLearning platform. E-Learning an efficient way of delivering courses online due to its convenience and flexibility. The resources are available from anywhere and at any time. Meaning everyone can take advantage of web-based learning regardless of their circumstances. E-Learning is invaluable for employers, meaning staff can complete CPD without the added cost of lecturers and conferences.

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Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course learners should know and understand the following:

  • To know what the GDPR is.
  • To know what is meant by the term ‘personal data’.
  • To know who is in charge of implementing the regulations.
  • To know the difference between a ‘data controller’ and a ‘data processor’.
  • To know the seven main principles of the GDPR.
  • To be aware of the eight rights an individual has in relation to their personal data.
  • To know what a Data Protection Officer is and when they are required.
  • To know what is required for consent under the GDPR.
  • To know about privacy notification and breach notifications.
  • To know the sanctions that can be imposed under the GDPR.

Course Syllabus

  • What the GDPR is
  • Why the GDPR is being implemented
  • Definitions of Data Controller and Data Processor
  • Definition of Personal Data and Special Category Data
  • Data Protection Officers
  • The Seven principles of the GDPR:
    • Lawfulness, fairness and transparency
    • Purpose limitation
    • Data minimisation
    • Accuracy
    • Storage limitation
    • Integrity and confidentiality
    • Accountability
  • Consent under the GDPR
  • Privacy and breach notifications
  • Sanctions under the GDPR
  • The rights of an individual:
    • The right to be informed
    • The right of access
    • The right to rectification
    • The right to erasure
    • The right to restrict processing
    • The right to data portability
    • The right to object
    • Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling.