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General Principles of GDPR -
Data Protection Officer (DPO)

Program Duration: 14 hours 

The seminar will analyse the basic principles of the regulation, and the changes that organisations need to make in order to comply, analysing specific examples

Conduct Date
They will be announced soon on our website. 
Duration of Training
14 hours
08:30 - 16:45
Go For It Centre Ltd. (ΔΕΚ 193)
Right to participate
€390 + VAT (€74.10), Grant from ANAD €238, Final cost €152 + VAT (€74.10)
Training Need

There is a need to inform participants about the practical applications of the General Data Protection Regulation according to Regulation 679/2016 and its positive impact in the workplace in order to acquire the ability to properly apply this Regulation in their own companies or the companies they manage and/or work for. The Regulation sets out in what circumstances our personal data may be used, stored, deleted, transferred and processed and, most importantly, how we can protect it. The purpose of the seminar is, after providing information, to propose solutions to protect the company/organization and to harmonize with the new European Regulation on Personal Data Protection (GDPR).
Training Objectives

After completing the programme, the trainees will be able to:

At knowledge level
  1. Understand the basic provisions of the Personal Data Regulation

  2. Identify how the provisions of the Regulation affect their business

  3. Be able to list the obligations of businesses under the Regulation

At skills level
  1. - To choose the appropriate way of applying the Regulation

  2. Achieve a spirit of cooperation between the employer and the data protection officer (CDPO)

  3. Explain the provisions of the Personal Data Protection Regulation to the employer and the staff of the company

At the attitudinal level
  1. Cooperate effectively for the timely adoption of legal measures arising from the Regulation

  2. To successfully rebut the other side's arguments during discussions to resolve any issues.

Description of candidates for participation

The programme is aimed at middle and senior managers involved in the collection, processing, transmission, use and storage of personal data. Also to

Company Directors, General Managers, Chief Financial Officers, Directors & IT Managers, Personnel, Marketing, Internal Audit, Legal Advisors, Data Protection, Customer Service, Sales Managers and individuals working in a department that handles personal data.

Αναφέρεται :

  • Σε όλα τα μεσαία και ανώτερα διευθυντικά στελέχη, που προΐστανται ομάδων προσωπικού.

  • Νομικούς Συμβούλους, Υπεύθυνους Ανθρώπινου Δυναμικού, Αντιπροσώπους Διοίκησης σε Θέματα ΙSO, Αξιωματικούς και Μέλη Σωμάτων Ασφαλείας.

  • Υπεύθυνους Προσωπικών Δεδομένων DPO, Προϊσταμένους ομάδων εκτέλεσης εργασιών.

  • Σε Υπεύθυνους Τμημάτων Ανθρώπινου Δυναμικού, και Υπεύθυνους Λειτουργούς Ασφάλειας και Υγείας.

  • Συνδικαλιστικούς Αντιπροσώπους.

  • Μέλη Επιτροπών Ασφαλείας και Ισότητας.

Training Methods

The Programme is conducted in the form of a lecture and at the same time dialogue and discussion are encouraged. During the seminar, workshops and exercises are carried out for a better understanding of the theoretical part of the programme, examples are given and role-playing takes place. Modern audio-visual aids such as Multimedia Projector, Projection Screen, Computer, Blackboard, Markers, Graphics and Worksheets are also used for better education and training of the participants. Each trainee is also given/sent notes in electronic format on the seminar topics.

Data Retention & Evaluation System 

The electronic attendance register used by the ANAD will be maintained and the instructor will be responsible for keeping it.

At the end of the programme, the trainees will be given an evaluation form for the programme and the trainer(s), which will also show the degree of implementation of the programme

Trainer Description
Rodoula Philippou

Mrs.Rodoula Filippou holds a Bachelor of Political Science & Public Administration from the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens and also a second Bachelor of Law in General Law from the University of Nicosia.  He is engaged in the field of Consultancy Services in General Health and Safety Issues as well as other Legal Issues of Labour Law and Personal Data Protection.  He has over 1600 hours of staff training in similar programs.

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