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Before we start this course, we will first look at what we will be covering during the training. The course is divided into categories. In each category, there are a number of videos. You can pause and watch any video on the course again and again. We update our courses regularly, and you will be able to see replacement videos and any new videos as they are released. This may be an online course, but if you have any questions during your course, you can contact us on 01206 805359 or email us on support@protrainings.eu or use our online chat facility on any of our online courses. More information can also be found on protrainings.uk.

You work through the course videos in order. I will now give you a summary of what is on the course. In the first section, we will look at an Introduction to Data Protection and GDPR and discuss the Information Commissioner's Office and some data protection regulations. In the next section we will cover data protection and GDPR in more detail, looking at who holds personal information, credit card data and public authorities and also the Freedom of Information Act. In the next section, we will look at data protection risk assessments, then we look at data principles under GDPR, which are lawfulness, fairness and transparency. We then go on to discuss other areas like data minimalisation, data security and accountability.

The General Data Protection Regulation sections look at who GDPR applies to, roles within GDPR, lawful basis, data breaches and data transfers. It also covers special categories of data, criminal offence data, the lawful basis for processing and minimising risk. Understanding the lawful basis in more detail is covered in the next video and it covers things like consent, contracts and legitimate interest. Then we cover the important subject of the rights of the data subject. These include things like the right to be informed, the right of access, the right to rectification and other rights that you will need to be aware of when handling data. Then we look at keeping safe online to avoid potential data breaches. The final section is where we discuss data protection issues with a data protection expert.