Green Pepper Consulting will be delivering this session on behalf of Cambridge CVS.
This workshop is open to any voluntary sector group in Cambridgeshire for a fee of £30 per person. Booking is via Green Pepper’s Eventbrite page which delegates can click on below.
Basic refreshments will be provided but please bring your own lunch if you wish to attend.
What is the workshop about?
The European General Regulation on Data Protection (GDPR) took effect on 25 May 2018, extending individual rights and placing greater transparency requirements on organisations who process personal data. This workshop, delivered in association with Cambridge CVS, looks at what the GDPR means in practice for voluntary and community groups, and for their staff and volunteers who handle personal data. It will suit those wanting to refresh their knowledge of data protection law, and those who are new to the topic.
What will it cover?
The workshop will provide a broad overview of the GDPR regulation and how it affects the way organisations collect and process data.
In particular, it will consider the practical steps needed for compliance.
(a) Have an understanding of the GDPR’s key features.
(b) Be aware of their organisation’s and their own duties, and the steps needed to ensure compliance with data protection law.
(c) Be more confident in applying best practice to data protection.
Comments about this workshop:
“Informative, easy to understand.”
“Very informative and engaging. Made a dry subject interesting.”
“The content was very informative. The delivery was excellent.”
The workshop will be run by David Green, director of Green Pepper Consulting. David has many years of experience dealing with employment relations, employment law and management issues, including in the area of data protection. He is also the trustee lead on data protection for a Leicestershire based charity.