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Data Protection Today

Data protection training is often seen as a chore. Once the pass mark’s been achieved, that’s it. Done and dusted. But of course, that misses the point.

We think data protection training should be more about understanding what personal data you deal with, and how and why it’s processed within your organisation. In other words, it’s not an abstract subject. If handling people’s personal data is part of what you do, then protecting it is also a part of your job.

£15 per seat

That’s been the basis of our approach to our new Data Protection Today training resources.

Course elements

Our Data Protection Today video is designed to explain the basics of data protection law. It demonstrates what the principles are and also illustrates our rights as data subjects. A key part of this is explaining data protection as it applies to all of us, and our friends and families, in our daily lives.

The video comes with captions in 17 different languages (Czech, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Korean, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Thai)

An illustrated text version of the video for those who would rather read than watch the video.

This is useful as a quick reference or a reminder of the key points.

This section looks as everyday situations and asks simple questions like what do you think should happen now, or why do think this is the wrong course of action.

The purpose is to explore data protection further and be able to explain why things are done in a certain way.

A series of case studies based on true incidents of data protection breaches. Some of these are centred around large businesses – the types of stories we read in the press. But others are about small businesses or individuals who have broken the rules and been held to account.

This consists of 9 questions which ask – how do you process data in your current role?

For example, which data do you process, what’s the legal basis for processing it, how long is kept, and so on.

This can be done with a team, an individual as part of their onboarding or appraisal, or as part of a workshop (there’s a downloadable and editable copy of the questionnaire).

Some of the questions are straightforward factual questions and others are more about applying the regulations in a situation. Participants can retake the quiz – though it won’t be the same questions.

These resources are primarily aimed at smaller organisations who don’t have their own Learning Management System but need proof that the participants have completed the course.

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Information Security

Information security is about keeping information safe from hackers, cybercriminals and anyone else who wants to use the information you hold to make a profit.

Most people are aware of the risks, but often simple security measures are overlooked, bypassed or forgotten.

These resources are designed to show users where many of the common threats occur and what they must do in order to protect themselves.

£24 per seat

Course elements

Six areas are covered within these information security resources:

Information security
Information security for mobile devices
Spotting phishing emails
Creating strong memorable passwords
Ransomware
The Internet of Things
Using public Wi-Fi
Social media and work

These resources are included to help the user go a little deeper into the topic. For example, finding out more about passwords and how criminals can use them, having a look to see if their email username and password has been hacked, or perhaps learning more about spotting phishing emails.

Some of the questions are straightforward factual questions and others are more about applying the regulations in a situation. Participants can retake the quiz – though it won’t be the same questions.

These resources are primarily aimed at smaller organisations who don’t have their own Learning Management System but need proof that the participants have completed the course.

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Working From Home

Six of our popular videos which are relevant to working from home in one simple solution.

These simple to access resources come with a quiz and a course completion certificate.

£19 per seat

Course elements

There are six videos available to this course:

  • Health and safety
  • Wellness
  • Spotting phishing emails
  • Ransomware
  • Managing time
  • Listening effectively.

Although each video is different, they are all connected to the central ideas around working from home, safely, securely and effectively.

The transcript is also available for those who prefer to read the text instead.

Further resources are included such as how to carry out a Display Screen Equipment (DSE) risk assessment and tips for managing emails.

Some of the questions are straightforward factual questions and others are more about working from home safely and securely. Participants can retake the quiz – though it won’t be the same questions.

These resources are primarily aimed at smaller organisations who don’t have their own Learning Management System but need proof that the participants have completed the course.

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Equality Diversity and Inclusion

(Including Unconscious Bias, Vulnerable Customers and Reporting Bullying and Harassment)

These are difficult, sensitive and sometimes divisive topics which are often glossed over with ineffective training. However, we believe these are important areas and ones where a balanced view and understanding of the issues is essential in order to have any form of sensible discussion.

£24 per seat

Course elements

There are five videos available to this course:

  • Equality Diversity and Inclusion
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Unconscious Bias
  • Vulnerable Customers
  • Reporting Bullying and Harassment.

Although each video is different, they are all connected to the central ideas around equality and inclusion.

The transcript is also available for those who prefer to read the text instead.

This is useful as a quick reference or a reminder of the key points.

Discussion questions and also a group activity which looks at our circles of trust.

There is also a closer look at harassment with explanations of the key terms, examples and also resources such as an incident recording template.

A look at some of the topics which are related to equality and inclusion, but are rarely covered.

For example, correlation and causation and the different understandings of ‘equality’ and ‘equity’.

Some of the questions are straightforward factual questions and others are more about applying the regulations in a situation. Participants can retake the quiz – though it won’t be the same questions.

These resources are primarily aimed at smaller organisations who don’t have their own Learning Management System but need proof that the participants have completed the course.

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