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GDPR and data protection for charities and community groups

When
  • Start: 23rd May, 2024 @ 10:00AM
  • End: 23rd May, 2024 @ 11:15AM
Where
  • Online
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If your organisation processes personal data, you must be UK GDPR compliant. This applies to organisations of all sizes and structures.

This webinar will give you a quick overview of key elements you should be aware of. It will also explore the consequences if regulation is not met.

Hope & May will share case studies to help bring GDPR and data protection to life. You’ll have the chance to ask questions and get advice from experts at the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and Hope & May.

Outcomes

By the end of the event, you’ll:

  • be clear on the definition of personal data
  • understand the importance and benefits of data protection for charities
  • identify special category data and what extra protection is needed
  • learn about privacy notices and subject access requests
  • understand data sharing in relation to safeguarding
  • consider personal data breaches
  • apply data protection principles to direct marketing.

Who should attend

The webinar is for anyone who handles, processes or is responsible for personal data. This includes:

  • chief executives
  • trustees
  • HR
  • operations
  • members of staff
  • volunteers
  • service users.

How will it be delivered?

This event will take place on Zoom. Captions will be available.

We’ll share joining instructions, including the Zoom link, one week in advance.

Timings are as follows.

  • 10.00: Welcome and introductions
  • 10.10: Main presentation shared by the ICO and Hope & May
  • 10.55: Question and answer session
  • 11.10: Signposting and close

This event is being recorded and will be uploaded to the NCVO YouTube channel shortly afterwards.

Access Needs

NCVO is committed to running accessible training and events. They want you to feel welcome, included, and able to fully engage in our sessions.

All online events will have closed captions. They’re also happy to arrange speech-to-text writers or BSL interpreters (subject to availability).

Please share any access needs you have when prompted by the booking form. They may be in touch to ensure they’re making the right adjustments.