GDPR – Certified Chief Privacy Officer (CPO) in Schools
Since May 2018 as part of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as a school, you need a data protection officer (DPO).
Training a member of staff is also expensive with the courses 3-5 days in length and several thousands of pounds along with the missing valuable time out of school. The criteria are also complex.
On a practical level you need a contact in the school who can manage the schools day to day data protection tasks, only needed to refer to a dedicated Data Protection Officer should there be a need to refer for things such as a data breach.
This 1 day course is designed to give any member of staff all they need to be the designate Chief Privacy Officer.
Working on a 95% to 5% rule, meaning the CPO will perform 95% of the work in partnership with an outsourced named DPO or DPO as a service (DPOaas)
At the end of the course they sit a brief exam and become certified.
Sharing data securely
Knowing your schools’ internal policies and procedures
Managing Subject Access Requests
Reporting a breach to the DPO
Manage staff Data Protection Training
Understanding school marketing and PECR
Dealing with IT support and external processors
Managing compliance records.
Be the go to person for data protection queries.
Pre-requisitesSuccessful completion of the GDPR all staff training eLearning or attending the awareness training
Ongoing DPO support As a school you will need to name your Data Protection Officer in your Privacy notices.
Green CDL Ltd provide affordable, ongoing DPOas a service for a monthly fee. Fee structure is based on size of school.
Please contact us for more details.