UK GDPR and DPA 2018 after Brexit Training Course

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About the course

  • Gain an overview of the key changes to GDPR and DPA 2018 after Brexit and look at the practical implications of those changes.
  • Learn from anywhere – choose whether you attend our courses Live Online or in person.
  • Our Classroom / Live Online option allows you to study your way, keeping travel and costs down to a minimum.

Training course outline

This half-day training course with our in-house privacy experts will take you through:

  • The changes that the UK GDPR and DPA 2018 have brought about.
  • How to transfer data between the EU and UK after Brexit.
  • When you need to appoint a lead supervisory authority and how to identify which supervisory authority is your lead.
  • How to transfer data in and out of, the UK after Brexit.
  • Steps you can take now.

What does this training course cover?

  • An understanding of the changes that the UK GDPR and the DPA 2018 have brought about
    • The legislation;
    • The impact of Brexit;
    • The key differences between the EU GDPR and the UK GDPR;
    • The Commissioner’s (ICO) obligations;
    • Enforcement; and
    • The relationship between the UK GDPR and the DPA 2018.
  • An understanding of the roles and responsibilities for key personnel
    • EU Representatives;
    • UK Representatives; and
    • DPO’s.
  • Identifying the need for a lead supervisory authority
    • The need for a lead supervisory authority;
    • The criteria for identifying and appointing a lead supervisory authority; and
    • Actions required.
  • Transferring data in to, and out of, the UK after Brexit:
    • Data transfer options;
    • Steps involved;
    • When derogations can be applied; and
    • Actions you can take now.

What’s included in this course?

  • Full course materials (digital copy provided as a PDF file).
  • A certificate of attendance.

What equipment do I need?

You will need a laptop for the duration of your course.

Course duration and times

Day 1: 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Who should attend this course?

Business directors or managers who want to understand how the requirements of the UK GDPR and DPA 2018 will affect their organisation, such as:

  • Those employed in a risk or compliance department;
  • Information security managers;
  • IT managers;
  • Data analysts;
  • General or privacy counsels; and
  • Individuals with a basic knowledge of data protection regulation and practices who want to develop their career.

    Why choose IT Governance for your training needs?

  • We’re internationally recognised as the authority on the GDPR – our team introduced the world’s first certified GDPR Foundation and Practitioner training courses and the only ones that are ISO 17024-certificated.
  • We have trained more than 8,000 professionals on the GDPR.
  • Learn from anywhere – as a company that fully embraces flexible and remote working, we have adjusted our delivery methods to allow you to learn from anywhere. Our Classroom / Live Online delivery option enables you to attend either in person or online.
  • Trained by industry experts – our trainers are working consultants with years of practical, hands-on experience.
  • Pass first time or train again for free – we have trained more than 17,000 people and we’re confident you’ll pass with us first time. If you don’t, we’ll train you again for free.*
  • Choose the method that suits you – we offer classroom, instructor-led online, self-paced online, e-learning and in-house training options.
  • Access your training anywhere – all our course materials are provided as a digital copy, allowing you to access them anywhere and at any time. Documents will be made available 20 days before your course.
  • Business solutions to suit you – whether you’re a multinational wanting us to manage all your training needs or a small business wishing to boost your workforce skills, we offer a range of training solutions.




Start date Location / delivery
19 Apr 2021 Online

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