Who should attend
The Programme in European Data Protection is dedicated to Data Protection Officers (DPO), legal experts and Lawyers, Information Security and Information Technology experts, enterprise and external auditors, Compliance Officers, General Managers and Financial Officers, Data Scientists and Data Management Professionals, Projects Managers and Enterprise Architects, Public Service personnel, Marketing Managers, Business Managers and Consultants that must comply with the GDPR regulations.
Key admissions criteria
- Master degree
- And/or proof of senior professional experience
About the course
The objective of this education is to develop knowledge and expertise in all facets related to the implementation of GDPR.
The Programme in European Data Protection covers the five domains of knowledge through lectures, workshops, case discussions, group/personal work and personal essays.
From 2020, the programme will be accomplished through a blended learning: a face-to-face and distance education via a Learning Management System and a new eLearning Tool!
Online and distance learning (NEW!)
During designated periods, participants study on their own based on suggested plan and online material made available to them (pre-study programme, pre-reading documents, etc.). Participants also have access to streaming videos with GDPR legal fundamentals, Digital information processing and information security.
The programme requires to physically attend classes. Participants get to see and interact with the lecturer and peers. Those who completed online and distant learning find themselves able to take most advantage of lectures and usually display a more profitable interaction with lecturers.
- The knowledge – Acquire essential knowledge in the five domains of practice necessary for managing and implementing GDPR compliance and for accomplishing various DPO activities.
- The quality of the lecturers – Benefit from leading practitioners and legal experts who share their wealth of knowledge.
- A significant career boost – Boost your career trajectory with the knowledge acquired and the contacts established throughout the programme.
- Accelerated GDPR compliance – Enterprises require cost-effective implementation that focuses on the essentials and that build sustainable compliance.
- GDPR implementation cycle – Beyond the legal requirements, a GDPR implementation requires a collection of multi-disciplinary skills and capabilities to develop and execute on the GDPR roadmap.
- GDPR body of knowledge – The essential GDPR domains of knowledge are covered for meeting GDPR compliance in all industries including public services, NGO and private enterprises.
1- Self Study 1 Pre-course and self-study assignments (0.7 ECTS).
2- Module A | 3 days Data Protection Fundamentals (1 ECTS).
3- Self Study 2 Post -course self-study assignments (0.7 ECTS).
4- Module B | 3 days Advanced Data protection (1 ECTS).
5- Self Study 3 Examination preparation (0.7 ECTS).
6- EXAM SESSION Knowledge and case study implementation.
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