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Data Protection: Practical Implications of the DP and FOI Acts
About this course:
This workshop looks at the practical implications of the Data Protection and Freedom of Information Acts.
It will discuss the main principles of the Acts and encourage you to relate them to your work.
The aim of the workshop is to increase your knowledge and understanding of the Data Protection and Freedom of Information Acts and to provide practical advice on how to comply with the Acts.
The course is an introductory level workshop explaining the key elements of the Acts and the key implications for your work.
As a result of attending this course, you will have:.
- Gained a basic understanding of the two Acts.
- Increased your awareness of the right of access to information.
- Developed your knowledge on what rules of good information handling consists of.
- Developed your knowledge and understanding of some simple techniques to help manage information.
Who should attend this course:
This course is suitable for any member of staff.
In particular anyone working with personal data and those with an interest in how Data Protection and Freedom of Information impacts them.
This course is delivered by Caroline Dominey, the University Records Manager (and Data Protection Officer).
What previous participants have said about the course:
"Good clear communication and interactive activities".
"I learnt the rules and regulations of both Acts which was extremely useful".
This course is delivered by Caroline Dominey, the University's Data Protection Officer, and administered by People Development; Please contact email@example.com for any queries.
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