GDPR Workshop

General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) for Therapy Professionals

Friday January 26th 2018

Presented by Ian Batty, GDPR Consultant

As a therapist working in private practice, you hold important identifying information about your clients. But do you understand what you are meant to do to protect that data? Or how long you need to keep it, once you finish with a client. What about if a client wants to know what data you hold about them? Or even if it is securely stored? Were you even aware that you should be registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)?

From 25 May 2018, your business MUST comply with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) – tough new laws on data – that give consumers more rights over what you can do with information you hold about them and sets strict rules about how you manage and store their data. You are responsible for this data, so it makes sense that you know what you should be doing with it and have measures in place ahead of this date to ensure that you are fully compliant with the law, doesn’t it?

We are running two sessions of Ian’s interactive 3-hour workshop, beginning at either 10 am or 2 pm on Friday January 26th 2018. The workshop costs £100.00 per person, and your fee covers the workshop, all takeaways from the workshop and refreshments.

The workshop will be presented at Red Hill House, Hope Street, Chester, CH4 8BU.

Please indicate whether you are applying for either the Morning or the Afternoon session when you confirm your booking. Places are limited, so do book your seat as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. This is an investment in your business’ legal compliance and your clients’ security; you know it makes sense.

Workshop Agenda

9.30 / 1.30       Registration / Coffee

10.00 / 2.00   Welcome and introductions

10.15 / 2.15      Introduction to GDPR

  • What is GDPR?
  • How does it affect you?
  • Who are data controllers and processors?
  • Why is it important to comply?
  • Benefits of implementing GDPR
  • What happens if you don’t comply?
  • Understanding personal data
  • What is personal information/sensitive information?
  • Individuals rights under GDPR
  • Legal reasons for keeping data, keeping it up to date and accurate
  • Identify your data categories

 11.00 / 3.00   Coffee

  • Legal reasons for collecting date
  • Requirements for consent
  • Identify your business purposes
  • Storage of data
  • Identifying your information assets
  • Storage (paper and electronic)

11.30 / 3.30    What’s next?

  • Data protection and privacy policy
  • Creating a data retention schedule
  • Retention and disposal
  • Subject access requests
  • Data subject notifications
  • What you need to tell your clients and employees
  • Correcting and deleting data
  • Keeping your clients’ data secure
  • Data breach procedure
  • ICO registration
  • Data Protection Officer role – who needs them?

12.30 / 4.30  GDPR Question Time

  • Written briefing: Tailored information for attendees
  • Specific reasons for collecting and retaining data for those connected with health education
  • Expectations of professional bodies
  • Data and children
  • Data and education
  • Data and health
  • Interplay between contract law and GDPR (SLAs and other contracts e.g. with parents)

1.00 / 5.00   End

Presenter Bio:

Ian Batty has advised organisations on data for more than 25 years. He has provided senior data architecture counsel for a range of household names, from Shell, to Waitrose, TV Licensing and Co-op Insurance as well as schools, sole practitioners and smaller organisations. He is currently establishing the data architecture function at Severn Trent Water. He brings an in-depth understanding of data and information architecture to his GDPR consultancy, offering a pragmatic approach, balancing long-term aims and legal compliance with short-term requirements and practical delivery of usable solutions. GDPR SME provides specialist consultancy and training for small and medium-sized organisations and independent sole practitioners, such as clinical and educational psychologists.

Ian is formally GDPR Certified (January 2017), and has an M.Sc. in Software Systems Technology from the University of Sheffield, and a B.Sc. in Geophysical Sciences from the University of Southampton.

 

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