DPA & DSA Training

Or how to write, review and use effective Data Processing Agreements & Data Sharing Agreements  without keeping yourself awake at night

Date: Wednesday 14th September 2022

Time: 10am to 12.30pm

Place: Online – live & interactive

Who is it for?

For DPOs, Procurement Managers, Contract Managers Housing Managers, Community Safety Officers, and anyone else involved in sharing data with 3rd parties and/or Data Processors.

Using many examples from the world of Social Housing, it’s especially suited to Housing Association colleagues but also applies to similar organisations.

Find out why DSAs are not a magic spell, but why DPAs are magic!

Price: £200+VAT per organisation (up to 3 people). Extra delegates can attend for £85+VAT each.

What does it include?

  • live and interactive 2.5 hour training session;
  • the slides and notes;
  • DPA & DSA templates & tools;
  • information on reducing risk to your organisation;
  • a feeling of calm!

How to book?

To secure your spaces, simply click the link below and you’ll receive the Teams link for the session. Invoices will be sent prior to the training.

"I worked with Clare whilst she put into place a comprehensive GDPR training and policy refresh for my organisation. Clare is organised, reliable and knowledgeable. Her presentations and policy work are excellent quality and she brings a warm and professional manner to all her work. Clare is generous with her time and knowledge and is a pleasure to work with - I highly recommend her."

Naomi - Chief Executive - JWA

"I have felt such benefit from the desk top review and the VIP day - I feel my knowledge and confidence to Data protection has developed significantly! "

Kirsty McAllister - Director of Operations - TDAS

"It was interesting to understand the process and how links are developed that sometimes cause more problems. Picking the bones out of things and understanding how to piece them back together effectively is a challenge, But Clare explained the thought process behind decisions which highlighted better outcomes."

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