About the course
This gamification data protection workshop uses a unique board game to deliver experiential learning.
This dynamic workshop aims to teach delegates the core elements of and changes to data protection introduced by the GDPR in a fun and innovative way.
This workshop is aimed at those who want a fresh approach to embeding the key changes brought about by the GDPR, or for those who need to further develop their understanding of the revisions to data protection law. It is designed for delegates who work with, or will work with, personal data on a regular basis. The content provides extensive cover of the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), practical application and core concepts of practical data protection compliance.
It is also suitable for those who have specific data protection responsibilities in your business or organisation as it provides additional content relating to demonstrating accountability and compliance with the GDPR requirements.
Delegates should have a basic awareness of data protection / GDPR i.e. QA e-learning module or WiCompli.
The main concepts & principles of the GDPR
Understand the new elements and enhancements of the GDPR
Understand the risks and implications from individual action and organisational practice
Recap and increase knowledge of good practice in Data Protection
Develop a deeper understanding, competence, and confidence in relation to Data Protection principles and the GDPR
Debate and explore solutions to Data Protection related scenarios
Recognise the risks and implications of the legislation on individuals and for organisations
How to make behavioural and systematic changes to improved how personal data is managed.
Content covers the following subjects:
General knowledge of GDPR
Accountability & Governance
This content is covered through the use of:
Fact based questions to consolidate underpinning knowledge
Scenario based questions to encourage application of knowledge in day to day situations
Enforcement and chance encounters that provide awareness of the risks and implications for non-compliance as well as the benefits of pursuing good practice