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  • The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a framework that sets guidelines for collection and processing of personal information of individuals. Its about protecting all of our personal data!    GDPR will come into effect on May 25, 2018.   It is massively important business owners get activity moving early to avoid a panic in May.

     

     

    Delegates attending this session will build a picture of what THEY will need to do in their Business to prepare for the GDPR. This practical workshop is built around:

    • Facilitation to an interactive Power Point slide deck.
    • Workbooks - individual copy to build the foundations of a plan for YOUR Business.
    • Journal Record Booklet - this will allow YOU to record the action being taken within YOUR Business.
    • Jargon Buster summary paper.
    • Certificate of attendance. 

     

    The Workbook will build a valuable record of what is relevent to YOUR business. During the session Business Doctors will help you understand the perspective of this regulation as it impacts on YOUR operations. The session is delivered in a simple way that provides the support business owners require.

    This type of topic does not have a generic answer for ALL businesses so there will be a large amount of personai perspective to the session. Very much a practical approach to YOUR businesses requirements.

     

     

     

    We have seen well over 100 delegates attend these sessions in 2018 and the feedback has been consistently high! A down to earth, simple, practical approach to heavy detailed regulation!

     

    Bookings can be made through my event page but also by e-mailing me at the address below.

     

    Work Shop  will run from 8.30am - 12noon - refreshments will be available on arrival and during the session.

     

    Cost per delegate = £195 + Vat

     

    Early Bird Discount for the first 4 registrations!!!!! (You pay £160+vat) Code EBGDPRBIZ2018

     

    If you wish to get in touch with any questions, please use email below:

    Grahamm@Businessdoctors.co.uk

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