The GDPR still applies to the UK despite having now left the EU. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been retained in UK law with only some small changes.
The key principles, rights and obligations remain the same. It is now known as the UK GDPR.
In this course, 'GDPR' refers to both the EU and UK GDPR. Where the information relates specifically to the UK or EU GDPR, this will be referred to as UK GDPR or EU GDPR. The GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, is an important part of EU/UK and international law.
This regulation protects the personal data of citizens, outlining the ways that businesses are responsible to store, protect and process it.
The goal of this course is to give you a deep understanding of the legislation itself, as well as how it may apply to any business that you work in.
Although the GDPR is implemented officially in the EU & the UK, it is actually a respected regulation all over the world. Not to mention, any international business that deals with the data of EU/UK citizens is still expected to adhere to these regulations.
In this course, you will learn about all the necessary definitions within the GDPR as well as how to properly comply with it.
You Will Learn:
- About what the GDPR is and how it applies to people and business-owners across the world.
- About when the GDPR was introduced and implemented, as well as what it aims to protect.
- The seven main principles of the GDPR.
- About what each principle governs and how it is monitored by law and regulation.
- About the risks, fines and penalties for non-compliance of the GDPR.
Benefits of Taking This Course:
Qualification: GDPR in The Workplace Certification
Course Access: Lifetime
Exam Access: Yes
Compatiblity: All major devices and browsers
- You will understand the importance of the GDPR as it relates to business and clients.
- You will be able to prove your understanding of the GDPR on a CV and show potential employers that you understand this important piece of regulation.
- Understand what data is and the different types of data governed by the GDPR.
- Understand how you and your workplace are held accountable legally for upholding the GDPR.
- Understand the fines relating to the GDPR and the benefits of adhering strictly to these regulations.