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  • I'm looking into commissioning a solicitor that I met to build a bespoke day course for me, incorporating an interactive session followed by a workshop designed to drive a GDPR collaboration...but Im based up North. Her initial presentation was great, best Id seen of the bunch.

  • Hi Tamara

    It is very difficult as there are so many providers I would probably visit the ICO website to see if they have recommended anyone.

    As an aside I was on an employment law briefing today and GDPR came up.  The speaker recommended an ICO blog and GDPR mythbusters which I thought I would share as it seems very sensible!

    https://iconewsblog.org.uk/2017/09/05/gdpr-setting-the-record-strai...

    Hope this is of use

    Sarah

    GDPR – setting the record straight on data breach reporting
    By Elizabeth Denham, Information Commissioner. Our series of blogs continues to sort the fact from the fiction by busting some of the myths around th…
  • Hi Tamara

    Which way did you opt to go in the end please? Curious as I have the same challenge...

  • For anyone who isn't aware of the changes here is a useful overview 

    The Data Protection Act 1998 to General Data Protection Regulations 2018

    http://www2.cipd.co.uk/pm/peoplemanagement/b/weblog/archive/2017/03...

    Get ready for 2018’s changes to data protection laws - People Management Magazine Online
    Human resources jobs, news & events
  • Hi Tamara 

    We're seeing quite a of of free training sessions being advertised at the moment like this one in Leeds 

    https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lets-talk-gdpr-leeds-tickets-3657811... 

    and this one in Preston 

    https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/general-data-protection-regulation-f...

    As Jason says there is plenty of information out there but might be worth contacting any of these organisations to see if they would do in-house training 

    Mike

    Let's Talk GDPR (Leeds)
    Join us on Wednesday 6th September and find out how to be prepared for the biggest change to data protection regulation in 20 years.
  • ....and here too....

    https://www.orsgroup.com/news/compliance/how-will-gdpr-affect-hr-de...

    How Will The GDPR Affect The HR Department?
    How Will The GDPR Affect The HR Department? In this guide we look at what steps HR departments need to take to become compliant by 2018
  • We'll be running our own team sessions in house led by our Governance and Compliance teams, rather than outsourcing it. On the face of it right now there seems to be plenty of information about it enough to make the judgements that HR need to draw. But bearing in mind it doesnt come online till May 2018 theres still plenty of time for that to all change....!

    I came across this session though if it helps.

    GDPR training with Eversheds

    http://www.eversheds-sutherland.com/documents/training/GDPR-and-HR.pdf
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