Webinar: GDPR – how to ensure a culture of compliance

To comply with the GDPR, schools need to need to consider how staff practices and behaviours need to change. Dai Durbridge explores how to implement a cultural change to reduce the risk of a data breach

Speaker

Dai is a Partner in the education team at Browne Jacobson solicitors and specialises in safeguarding. Dai provides advice and training to teachers and other education professionals on relevant legal and practical issues. Dai has a particular...

Date: Wednesday 21 March, 2018

Time: 4.00-4.30pm

In this 30-minute webinar, we will explore:

  • why behaviours and practices need to change
  • the types of behaviour that breach the GDPR
  • how best to change them to ensure compliance
  • the link to your disciplinary policy.

The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018 and set out how personal data should be managed.

To ensure compliance, schools will need to review how personal data is used and consider changes in approach for the use of memory sticks, taking hard copy personal data home, and the use of personal email accounts for school business.

The GDPR will require changes in staff behaviour and attitudes.

How does the behaviour of staff in your school need to change? Join this webinar and gain guidance on consulting and working with your staff to affect positive change and evidence learning.

You’ll be able to download slides on the day of the webinar and put questions to Dai during the event.

Last Updated Date: 
01 Feb 2018