The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) are new rules that will come into force in May 2018 and will apply to any organisation, no matter how large or small, that collects, stores or processes any kind of information about people anywhere in the European Union.
This half-day training course will give you the tools you need to be confident that your organisation is ready for the new regulations!
The course will cover questions such as:
And plenty more, with the opportunity to discuss your concerns and experiences and ask any questions you might have!
This course is aimed at Trustees or Directors, or those key staff or volunteers, who have or are likely to have responsibility for ensuring that their organisation complies with the new regulations. Please note that we only have space for up to two people from any one organisation to attend.
Please note that this event is only open to
– Voluntary and Charitable Organisations in North Yorkshire
– Community First Yorkshire membership organisations
Book your place here
Cost and free places
Attendance at the course costs £24 per place, but we are able to offer free places to not-for-profit groups in North Yorkshire with an annual turnover under £5,000. A full fee of £24 is payable if you book a free place but do not attend the event.
The course will last three hours and begins at 13.00 promptly. Registration will open at 12.45 with light refreshments provided.
Scarborough YMCA is on St Thomas Street in the centre of Scarborough. Unfortunately there is no car parking on site but there is plenty of on-street car parking in the area and several council-run car parks nearby. The venue is a ten minute walk from the railway station and main bus station, and local bus services stop on St Thomas Street itself.
The course will be delivered by Bob Owen, Employment Advisor at Community First Yorkshire (tel 01904 704177). Please get in touch if you have any questions.