The GDPR covers the processing of the personal data of European citizens, even if that processing takes place outside the EU. When the UK leaves the EU, the GDPR will stay and the UK’s national regulator, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), advises companies to carry out their preparation plans. This is the best place to start.
This course has been developed in conjunction with the DMA Responsible Marketing Committee and the GDPR External Working Party, delivered by the IDM.
Why does Data Protection matter to marketers?
- Background to the regulation – why it was needed
- Scope of the GDPR
- Penalties and enforcement
- A review of the GDPR vs. the Data Protection Act 1998
- Principles of Data Protection
- GDPR scope and implementation
- Defining Personal Data and a Data Subject
- Special categories of data
- How can you gain ‘Consent’ for processing personal data?
- Defining Consent
- New conditions for obtaining Consent
Profiling and alternatives to Consent
- Defining Legitimate Interests
- Conditions for Legitimate Interests
- Defining Profiling under the GDPR
- Legal effects of Profiling
- Rules for direct marketing Profiling
- What specific rights do individuals have under GDPR?
- The right to object and how to communicate this
- What other information must you give to users?
- Right to erasure
- Retaining data for suppression
- Right to data portability
Accountability and Action Planning
- Principle of accountability
- What proof of Consent is required?
- Obligations of Data Processors
- Data security
- Appointing a Data Protection Officer
- Notifications of data breaches
- Cross-border campaigns and accountability
- Action planning
Enjoy the flexibility of devising your own personalised study routine with your programme deadlines via a stream of online content run over 3 months. You will receive email support and 24/7 access to course materials. For more information call 020 8614 0277
While we make every reasonable effort to make the course as up-to-date and relevant as possible, it should not be used as a substitute for legal advice. If you have any questions on how the GDPR affects your business you should seek independent legal advice. All views expressed are the opinion of the tutor or speaker and may not represent the view of The IDM.
Is this the right course for me?
The online GDPR award is ideal for professionals currently employed in commercial and public sector companies across all sectors, including professional services and not for profit. Equally agencies, consultancies and suppliers servicing their data management needs will benefit by enrolling staff.
Data professionals within client organisations, including database and data managers, data stewards, data analysts, data planners, data protection officers, data quality managers, data processing managers – all of whom advise, influence, co-ordinate, manage or direct data policies and processes.
Marketing professionals – client, agency or supplier side - who wholly or partly have responsibility for data collection, storage and use, and whose effectiveness is dependent on best practice data management. This includes managers and executives in marketing, direct marketing, digital marketing, CRM, e-commerce and customer insight.
How do I enrol?
You can submit your booking online, if you would like to discuss your application or have any questions please call us on 020 8614 0277.
After completing the IDM Award in GDPR, I now feel that I have the confidence, knowledge and tools to plan for the GDPR changes in May 2018 for my company. It is 3 hours and £100 amazingly well spent.
Supporter Relations Manager, Wooden Spoon