We offer face-to-face events for the leadership team and e-learning awareness training for all staff. We also offer a compliance software platform called GDPR.co.uk to support your data mapping and document your compliance. This comes as part of the implementation programme or can be purchased separately.
GDPR Implementation Programme
Over six half-day sessions, we will guide you through the below topics. The cost for the whole programme is £800 for a primary school and £1,000 for a secondary school and for one delegate at each session. The programme includes a 12 month license to GDPR.co.uk and five accounts for the e-learning staff training.
Our implementation programme breaks each of the steps into six specific half-day workshops providing guidance, documentation and support. We also include twelve-month access to.
The programme is structured to help you move through the GDPR requirements for your school in a structured way to be ready by May 2018.
Step 1: Governance, planning and preparation for compliance
Step 2: Data inventory and data mapping
Step 3: Undertaking compliance actions
Step 4: Identifying and managing risk
Step 5: Organising processes and procedures
Step 6: Training and documentation
Full Day Intensive GDPR Training
This day condenses the six sessions from the implementation programme into one full day. The price is £195 per delegate or £390 for primary schools and £590 for secondary schools to include GDPR.co.uk.
Whole Staff Training
The e-learning uses real-school scenarios and is a cost-effective and easy way to train all staff in data protection. Staff work through the modules individually and central reports identify who still needs training and provide evidence for governors and inspectors. The training ensures your staff understand how to better protect personal data. There is a trial module here for you to work through. The training is priced based on school size starting at £199.
GDPR.co.uk Compliance Platform
The platform will take your school through GDPR compliance from data mapping to recording data breaches. Find out more at www.gdpr.co.uk