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Why choose us to provide your data protection training?

Our training is designed to make your life easier because we know what it’s like to work in-house and the challenge of implementing data management and data protection.

Our sessions – delivered online or in person – provide tips and toolkits you can use in your own work, all explained in a clear and practical way, with a friendly and relaxed approach.

Clare launched CP Data Protection to offer accessible, real-world advice and training that supports rather than scares you, and is especially passionate about helping values-led organisations fulfil their purpose and build trust with customers and other stakeholders.

We have built a trusted team of inspiring Associates who work with CP Data Protection bringing their own expertise to the worlds of data and social housing.

Live and Interactive Online Training

Click the links for more information about the sessions, and to book your space.

On-demand Online Training

Click the links to see both our free and paid-for on-demand training

EDI (Equality diversity & inclusion) meets privacy/data protection || Proudly co-hosted with Kathryn Paylor-Bent of Consult Seated || 1 hour long video plus slides & templates

Free on-demand training videos available on YouTube

– [7 mins] Supporting colleagues through menopause while respecting their privacy

– [20 min] Supporting colleagues through menopause while respecting their privacy

– [37 mins] Purpose & Data Alignment 

– [40 mins] How to send Emails lawfully

– [33 mins] The Purpose Paradox & Its Solution – is this Data Protection by stealth?

In-person Training & Events

The Hive Live – the first in-person, all-day event was held at Cosford Air Museum, Shropshire on Monday 25th September 2023

The Hive Live 2024 – Thursday 3rd October 2024 at Cosford Air Museum again! Subscribe to our newsletter to stay updated.

Subject Access Requests – A Toolkit for Employment Law Advisors (for MBL Seminars) 4th Dec 2023 in London

In-house Bespoke Training

In-house training can be tailored, and available to book, to suit you.

Contact us to ask about in-house training sessions based on our existing training offers, or on any other data-related topic.

Previous Training & Events

Click the links for more information about previous sessions, and let us know if you’d like us to run them again.

CCTV in Social Housing || Thursday 24th November 2022

EDI (Equality diversity & inclusion) meets privacy/data protection || Proudly co-hosted with Kathryn Paylor-Bent of Consult Seated || Wednesday 7th December 2022

How Records Management helps prevent cyber-attacks (& recover from attacks) || IRMS Annual Conference 2023 Manchester || May 2023

What do people say about CP Data Protection training?

“I first met Clare when she provided training to my colleagues and I at a previous organisation, I came away thinking what an interesting subject Data Protection is. I think that shows how amazing her training style truly is – not many people come out of a Data Protection Training session and decide that’s the career path they want to take! I love Clare’s approach to training, it’s not death by PowerPoint; she takes the time to talk things through and always applies examples specific to the audience’s job role.” ~ Data Protection Officer

The training helped with the way I look at giving advice especially getting to the bottom of why we need new projects, procedures. Also helps with having those conversation with those involved, to help them and us make sure that what they are doing will help the organisation. I would recommend this training to everyone.”

“I really enjoy the Hive sessions, you’ve got it just right. It’s a great place for people to share experiences in what can be a lonely world. Particularly enjoyed today’s session as I have little experience with FOIA but gave me some good tips to start shouting about. Thank you.”

“After seeing the Blocker to Builder session by Clare and Luke [Beckley], we went away and totally changed our approach to recruitment– we realised that instead of looking for candidates with data protection knowledge, we would be better off focusing our search for staff who had the right sort of skills.”