Our GDPR Courses
Off The Shelf courses
We have a 1-hour Off The Shelf GDPR eLearning course available today. Our course has been written by industry experts and covers the following;
The course includes a GDPR knowledge assessment, to ensure learners have understood the regulations and how they will impact day to day responsibilities.
It can be fully edited to fit your needs and branded with your corporate colours and logo.
Our GDPR online training is deployed via the web, on our Learning Management System or yours, and can be accessed from any device with a web browser.
Custom eLearning Content
Are the key risks and responsibilities to your business and industry more specific? Perhaps you require eLamb to create a custom GDPR online training course and assessment?
eLamb have been commissioned to create bespoke data protection courses and assessments for many of our clients including Retail, Hospitality, Consultancy and Product Manufacturing industries.
Each course and knowledge assessment is designed to cover your specific industry and the key risks to your business. It ensures your employees are fully versed with the regulations to protect customer data and avoid hefty fines.
If you’d like to understand more about how we create and deliver custom GDPR online training, please get in touch below, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call our team on 01325 734 885.
What the GDPR means for your business
The EU GDPR will increase privacy for individuals and give regulatory authorities greater powers to take action against businesses that breach the new laws.
Penalties for breaching GDPR laws are severe. They include fines of up to €20 million or 4% of annual global revenue, whichever is greater.
The GDPR also applies to non-EU companies that process personal data of individuals in the EU.
Brexit and the UK Data Protection Bill
In light of Brexit, the GPDR will apply to all UK businesses from 25 May 2018 until the new UK Data Protection Bill comes into force. The Data Protection Bill is primarily based on the GDPR.