GDPR Onlines

Short, punchy courses delivered at your desk (or in your home wearing pyjamas, I won’t know the difference) – one or two hours, full materials available, and everything you would expect from a 2040 course. Listen and learn, ask questions and get answers without the hassle of travel or other people on the train.

I am running a free Brexit and GDPR course on 7th April at 10am. This one is free and open to anyone. If you’d like to know more about what happens when the UK becomes a third country, or would like a taster of these online courses, sign-up here:


One hour courses are £50 + VAT.
Two hour courses are £80 + VAT
Courses start at 9.30am or 10am: check start time when you book! 
2 hour courses include a 10 minute break


Your booking is for one person, and you agree when you book that only one person will view the course. Discounts are available if you want more people to attend; contact for more information.
You can cancel your attendance up to one week before the course; after that, no refunds are available. You will get access to a recorded version of the course if you cannot attend on the day.

To book, click on the link by your chosen course:

GDPR and HR (1 hr)

27th March 2020
Recruitment, references, grievances, monitoring, marketing to staff; GDPR has implications for all these and more. This practical update will highlight the tricky issues and how to deal with them.

Marketing Essentials (2 hrs)

6th April 2020
Everything you need to know about how GDPR and PECR affect the lifecycle of a marketing campaign, including obtaining data, profiling for marketing purposes and when you need consent.

Subject Access Basics (1hr)

23rd April 2020
Dealing with a subject access request is a tricky business and this no-nonsense course will teach you what you need to do when a SAR arrives. Checking ID, dealing with requests made via solicitors and other third parties and deciding whether the request is complex will all be dealt with, as well as the thorny issues of when a request might be unfounded or vexatious. GDPR SARs are not the same as subject access used to be, and this course will teach you how to negotiate the challenges.

Breaches First Aid Kit (1 hr)

24th April 2020
How should you deal with a data-related incident? what is a personal data breach? When do you have to report one? All these issues and more will be discussed, dispelling a lot of the myths that surround breach reporting.

CCTV Essentials (2 hrs)

27th April 2020
When can we use CCTV? Can we use it in secret? What do you need to consider when using CCTV? Who can you share images with? What happens if someone makes a subject access request for CCTV data? All of these questions and more will be answered in this entertaining and practical course.