Data Protection Officer Course – GDPR Compliant
Starting on 12th June 2018 till 25th June 2018
Duration: 5 lectures – 20 contact hours
Time: Registration 8.45 to 12.45 (break included).
Type of course: Interactive / Room set up: Board room style / Limited places available
Following success of the first course, this course is once again being organised by 21 Law in collaboration with Camilleri Preziosi Advocates, Fenech and Fenech Advocates and Mamo TCV Advocates. It is for a limited number of people hence ensuring that participants have a chance to ask questions and making sure that the course is interactive. The aim of the course is to make sure that DP Officers learn how to adapt the company they work in to be GDPR-compliant and be able to implement the necessary policy and procedures and conduct data protection impact assessments.
Who should attend: Already appointed DPO’s, newly appointed DPO’s, anyone in the organisation in charge of Data Protection.
The main learning objectives include the following:
- Developing an in-depth knowledge of methods and notions required in actual alignment with GDPR
- Understanding the new requirements brought by the GDPR and how to implement such requirements.
- Learning the skills to support an organisation in implementation and assessment of these new requirements
- Gaining the knowledge and skills required to guide your organisation in managing personal data including sensitive data
- Acquiring analysis and decision making expertise in the context of personal data protection
Cost: €575 + VAT
Lecture 1 – Fenech & Fenech, 21 law
Tuesday, 12th June 2018
Background on GDPR
The role of the DPO – what it involves.
What constitutes personal data.
The 6 data protection principles – applying them and showing compliance.
Lecture 2 – Mamo TCV, 21 law
Friday, 15th June 2018
Rights of Data Subjects
Giving and withdrawing consent
How to handle subject access requests
GDPR in the employment context
Lecture 3 – Camilleri Preziosi
Tuesday, 19th June 2018
Legal requirements of a Data Protection Impact Assessment
How to conduct a Data Protection Impact Assessment
Policies and Procedures – putting things in place / updating
Lecture 4 – Camilleri Preziosi
Thursday, 21st June 2018
The role of the controller
The role of the processor
The relationship between the controller and the processor
Transferring personal data outside the EU and the mechanisms for compliance.
Lecture 5 – Fenech and Fenech
Monday 25th June 2018
Dealing with IT and Security
Data security Failures
Recording and Reporting breaches
The costs and implications of getting GDPR wrong
Tutors: Dr. Roselyn Borg – 21 Law
Dr. Paul Gonzi, Dr. Thomas Bugeja, Dr. Antonio Ghio – Fenech and Fenech Advocates
Dr. Terence Cassar – Camilleri Preziosi Advocates
Dr. Christine Calleja, Dr. Warren Ciantar – Mamo TCV Advocates