Online - Subject access requests for charities under GDPR
Starts2nd December 2020 09:30Ends2nd December 2020 13:00TrainerDavid MillsContactCost
SCVO members £59, Third sector non member £65, Private/Public £75
- Course overview
How are charities and voluntary sector organisations supposed to handle and deal with Subject Access Requests? Do they even need to? Who can make a SAR? How often can they submit a SAR? Who has to deal with it?
This online course will clarify Data Subject Access Requests for charities and how they should be interpreted using the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and the DPA 2018 (Data Protection Act).
- Overall course aim
The aim of this course is for you to get an understanding of Data Subject Access Rights, Subject Access Requests, what you can, and can’t, do with regard to the request and, crucially, whether there are any exemptions that you can use to minimise the disruption to your organisation.David Millsfrom Computer Law Training will guide you through all this, concentrating on:
- A brief overview and reminder of GDPR and DPA 2018
- The GPDR principles
- The Data Subject Rights
- Subject Access Requests
- Timescales and (possible) exemptions
- Penalties for getting it wrong
- Course objectives
The outcome of the course is for you to leave feeling aware and more knowledgeable with regard to data subject access requests. It should make you feel more comfortable with your DSAR plans and what time and resources may need to be set aside for these instances.
- Who is the course aimed at?
This course is designed for anyone working in a voluntary sector organisations that might receive a Data Subject Access Request (from a user, client, customer, staff member or ex! staff member).
- Entry requirements
There are no formal entry requirements.
- Other information
Session format:3 1/2 hours, with plenty of time for discussion andcomfort breaks.
- Previous delegate comments
- "I thought David was an excellent trainer. He was very knowledgeable and understood charities and their unique challenges. He moved through the training at a good speed and always had the time available for questions." "Clearly David is an expert in his field."