Data Protection: what can and cannot be done with personal data
Monday 10th December 2018
Understanding data protection law
* An essential training event on data protection law six months after introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation *
Leapark Hotel, Grangemouth
Valid for IRRV CPD Points
* INCLUDES FREE PLACES SPECIAL OFFER *
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IRRV is pleased to advise of this important training event on data protection law and administration – taking place on the revised date of 10th December 2018.
There is now a daunting amount of legislation covering data protection.
By the date of this training event, it will have been over six months since the Data Protection Act 2018 bought into UK law the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and the Law Enforcement Directive (LED).
It is important that all authorities and other organisations are fully aware of what has changed - not least of which are data subject rights and the willingness of subjects to exercise them. There are now more situations where data sharing arises and the consequences of getting it wrong are greater.
This course will provide an up to date digest of data protection legislation from the local authority perspective and, in particular, revenues and benefits.
Attendees will get a solid grounding in the requirements of data protection law and the key emerging issues so that they can act within the law, protect their employer from challenge and provide accurate advice to the public.
The course will take the local authority perspective and cover:
- Current data protection legislation
- Data Subject rights and where those rights may be restricted.
- Sharing personal information.
- Consent, what it means and when it applies.
- A digest of the latest data protection enforcement and good practice.
At the end of the course, delegates will have greater understanding of:
- The importance of data protection to keep the delegate and their employer safe from legal challenge.
- An understanding of the issues that arise in sharing personal information.
- Where the statutory provisions may be found.
- How to respond to the public on data protection matters.
Content may be updated in the light of developments leading up to the course.
COURSE LEADER : John Harding
The course will be led by John Harding.
John Harding retired at the end of 2015 after 30 years of administering Benefits and Council Tax in Edinburgh. He has extensive experience in Benefit and Council Tax appeals, setting up the Scottish
Appeals Practitioners Group within the IRRV.
He contributed to the implementation of the statutory complaints procedure under the Scottish Public Sector Ombudsman Act 2002 and managed Freedom of Information requests in relation to Local Authority administered Benefits and Council Tax. His experience has given him a deep
appreciation of the practical operation of Local Government legislation.
Since retiring he has set and marked the IRRV Council Tax Law exam in Scotland.
Value for money seminar :
The workshop represents excellent value for money, with seminar fees starting at only £145 + VAT. This includes lunch, refreshments, and training materials.
As places are limited, early booking is recommended. The IRRV regrets that, under normal circumstances, delegate fees cannot be refunded. However, delegate substitutions may be made at no cost at any time prior to the Seminar, subject to these being notified to the Institute.
Every fourth place from the same organisation booked for this course (and made in the same booking) is entirely free of charge. Please note that, due to the demand for places, this offer applies only to the course detailed in this brochure.
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