Online course GDPR data protection regulation
BONUS course: ‘Personal data protection in recruitment, employment and termination procedures’
The Data Protection Regulation affects anyone working with sensitive information, if your desire is to go deeper into its specifics, then this training is for you.
FOR WHOM THIS TRAINING IS SUITABLE
- Data controllers – organisations responsible for determining the purposes and means of processing personal data.
- Processors – organisations that may be engaged by controllers to process personal data on their behalf.
- Those just entering the field, looking for a guide in accessible language to familiarise themselves with the Regulation.
- Individuals who want to know their rights in relation to the GDPR and its implementing organisations.
GDPR data protection regulation with a BONUS course “The protection of personal data in recruitment, employment and termination procedures”
Module 1. Introduction to the General Data Protection Regulation
- Brief background.
- When does the GDPD come into force?
- Territorial scope.
- To whom does the Regulation apply?
- To whom does the Regulation NOT apply?
Module 2. Personal data
- What is personal data?
- Definition of other important terms in the Regulation.
Module 3. Basic concepts
- Consent of the data subject.
- Consent of children.
- Data protection by design and default.
- Mandatory appointment of a data protection officer in specific cases.
- Data transfer provision of personal data to third parties
Module 4. Principles relating to the processing of personal data
- Legality, fairness and transparency.
- Goal Limitation.
- Data minimization.
- Storage limitation.
- Integrity and confidentiality.
Module 5. More rights for data subjects
- Right of access.
- Right to rectification.
- Right to erasure (right to be forgotten).
- Right to restriction of processing.
- Right to data portability.
- Right to object.
- The right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling.
Module 6. Security of personal data
- Notifying the supervisory authority, the CPDL, of a personal data breach.
- Notification to the data subject of a personal data breach.
- What do you need to do to meet the requirements?
Module 7. Administrative penalties
- Maximum administrative fines for personal data breaches
- What influences the decision on administrative punishment?
Module 8. GDPR and HR
- How to use and store your employees’ personal data.
- GDPR checklist: requirements for HR departments and recruitment agencies.
- Module 9. Practical tips to prepare for GDPR
- Module 10. Frequently asked questions and their answers
- Leading news from the Data Protection Commission in the context of Kovid 19 and quarantine
- Statement on the processing of personal data in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.
- Grounds for lawfulness of processing of personal data.
Free download resources
- Notification to the supervisory authority of a personal data breach.
- Notification to the data subject of a personal data breach.
- Sample structure and content of a regulation for the implementation of technical and organisational measures for the protection of personal data.
- Sample structure and content of a data protection impact assessment procedure.
- Sample structure and content of a procedure on the conditions and procedures for consent to processing by data subjects.
- Sample structure of an information security incident management procedure in relation to the protection of personal data.
- Sample structure and content of a procedure on the conditions and procedure for exercising the rights of the personal data subjects.
- “Mapping” – analysis of personal data and tracking of processing.
Protection of personal data in recruitment, employment and termination procedures
1. Protection of personal data in the recruitment procedure
1.1. Data that the employer may require in the recruitment process
1) Job application details (CV)
2) Job interview details
1.2. Data that the employer is not entitled to request
1.3. Information the employer must provide to job applicants
1.4. Consent to the processing of personal data and purpose of processing
1.5. Online recruitment (online survey via social networks)
1.6. Processing of data after the recruitment procedure has been completed
2. Protection of personal data in employment
2.2. Data on conclusion of an employment contract and employment record
2.3. Access to personal data
2.4. Data transfer
2.5. Access to information and protection of personal data
2.6. Sensitive personal data
2.7. Access to the Internet and e-mail at work
2.8. Employer’s rights and obligations to monitor company cars
2.9. Methods of observation
3. Termination of employment
3.1. Post-employment data processing
3.2. Transfer of personal data between former and current employer
3.3. Personal data in business e-mail and electronic devices
3.4. Processing of personal data of former employees during an employment tribunal
4. Requests for information relating to the processing of personal data
5. Procedures for employee complaints about improper processing of personal data
WHAT KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS YOU WILL ACQUIRE
Updated and extended training
- Knowledge of the conceptual framework of the Data Protection Regulation.
- Recognizes and uses GDPR specific terms and concepts.
- Knows how to collect the necessary personal data in an appropriate manner.
- Knows the principles of work when processing personal data.
- Analyze the reasons for administrative punishment.
- Plans its actions to preserve privacy.
- Knows how to prepare and protect your organisation against the Data Protection Regulation.
- Knows how to work with personal data in recruitment, employment and termination procedures
WHY CHOOSE OUR TRAINING
The training covers the main provisions, terms and concepts of the Data Protection Regulation. The main objective is to present and explain it in an accessible way, and to assist the organisations directly involved in its implementation.
You will answer the questions: do you need a data protection officer? What is a data processor? What are your duties at the CPC? What personal data are employers allowed to process? What is personal data under GDPR? What is sensitive personal data?
The e-learning course “Data Protection in the Light of the New European Regulation” presents fundamental knowledge and skills for dealing with information privacy. He is a valuable assistant all the way through the implementation of the Regulation’s decrees – from the initial collection of data and its storage, to the ‘forgetting’ of the person. You will find it easier to create your own privacy policies. It will be easier to determine which data falls into the category of personal data.
With our interactive online training, you set the pace – with no lecturers to conform to and no travel time. Our virtual academy is “open” 24/7 so your inquisitive mind can whirl at any time. Internet access is a must, but it is the foundational requirement for all online courses.
Last but not least, upon successful completion of the training you will receive a certificate proving the knowledge and skills you have acquired, which will inevitably be an excellent addition to your portfolio of opportunities.
If we have provoked your interest or you have any questions, we are available at tel. +359 2 850 53 64 or email firstname.lastname@example.org