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Code: GDPR37 Data Protection – What does it mean for governors?

This session is designed to provide school governors with specific information about how data protection legislation impacts their role in schools.

The session will:

· Provide an overview of the new General Data protection Regulations (GDPR) and Data Protection Act 2018

· Explain what governors need to know about data breaches, subject access requests and data processing within schools.

· Outline how governors can monitor Data Protection compliance within their school.

The session will also provide an opportunity for networking where school governors will be able to discuss with colleagues the impact of Data Protection and share their experiences of common data protection problems with our experienced team on hand to provide guidance and support.

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1 31 January 2020 13:30 - 16:30 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map

Code: GDPR36 In Focus Workshop - Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs)

These short, focussed training sessions are intended to help school staff develop their knowledge and understanding of a specific aspect of data protection.

This session will focus on Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) in schools and will cover:

  • What DPIAs are and why schools need to complete them.
  • Situations when DPIAs are advisable and when they are mandatory under the GDPR.
  • Step-by-step guide to the process for completing a DPIA.
  • A worked example of a school DPIA to demonstrate the process involved.
  • An opportunity to discuss any DPIAs schools have completed so far and what they’ve learned from them.

The session will incorporate a range of education-based case studies and examples to demonstrate how data protection impacts everyone working within a school setting.

Each session will also feature a ‘data protection surgery’ which will provide you with an opportunity to discuss data protection issues you may have already encountered at school with our experienced team of Information Governance Officers. This will also provide you with a chance to talk to colleagues from other schools, who may also have come across similar issues, to share solutions and discuss best practice.

Please note, that some of the content covered in these sessions will be similar to that in the Masterclass training workshops.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 31 January 2020 11:00 - 12:00 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map

Code: GDPR35 In Focus Workshop - Records Management

This short, focussed training session is intended to help school staff develop their knowledge and understanding of records management, and how gaining better control over their records will help in their everyday work, as well as aid compliance with legislation such as FOI and data protection.

This session will focus on records management in schools and will cover:

  •  What records are and what format these might be found in.
  • An overview of the records life cycle.
  • The benefits of good records management.
  • Guidance on key tools available to help manage records better, such as retention schedules, file plans and naming conventions.

The session will incorporate a range of education-based examples to demonstrate how records management is relevant to and the responsibility of everyone working within a school setting.

There will be an opportunity to discuss records management issues you may have already encountered at school with our experienced team of Information Governance Officers. This will also provide you with a chance to talk to colleagues from other schools, who may also have come across similar issues, to share solutions and discuss best practice.

 

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1 31 January 2020 09:30 - 10:30 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map

Code: CWN202 Reducing Parental Conflict (EVENT FULL)

This one day awareness course is part of the National Reducing Parental Conflict programme; training is delivered by Knowledgepool and funded
by DWP. The day is comprised of modules 2 and 3 of this programme.

The course introduces the research and evidence-base as well as tools and strategies you can use in your work with parents and carers to address
parental conflict. These awareness modules will cover;

Recognising and Supporting Parents in Parental  Conflict: Applying Knowledge, Skills and Techniques

Working with Parents in Conflict: How to  support, refer, intervene


This course is relevant for practitioners and volunteers working directly with parents and carers, for example: pastoral and support staff in schools, CNN's, Early Years practitioners and voluntary organisation staff and workers supporting parents experiencing conflict (whether separated or together).

It’s recommended you complete Module 1 e-learning after the course. You will be sent a link to this training from Knowledgepool.

 

 

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1 04 February 2020 09:30 - 16:30 Bannatyne Hotel Map

Code: CWN201 Reducing Parental Conflict (EVENT FULL)

This one day awareness course is part of the National Reducing Parental Conflict programme; training is delivered by Knowledgepool and funded
by DWP. The day is comprised of modules 2 and 3 of this programme.

The course introduces the research and evidence-base as well as tools and strategies you can use in your work with parents and carers to address
parental conflict. These awareness modules will cover;

Recognising and Supporting Parents in Parental  Conflict: Applying Knowledge, Skills and Techniques

Working with Parents in Conflict: How to  support, refer, intervene


This course is relevant for practitioners and volunteers working directly with parents and carers, for example: pastoral and support staff in schools, CNN's, Early Years practitioners and voluntary organisation staff and workers supporting parents experiencing conflict (whether separated or together).

It’s recommended you complete Module 1 e-learning after the course. You will be sent a link to this training from Knowledgepool.

 

 

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1 05 February 2020 09:30 - 16:30 Lansdowne Hotel Map

Code: LSC622 ESSCP : Gangs, Youth Violence, Knives and Criminal Exploitation Awareness Training (EVENT FULL)

This course will address gang crime and youth violence. This has been identified as a national priority and this course will enable frontline staff and those working with children and young people to identify individuals at risk of gang involvement and to provide timely support and interventions to support them.

This course will be delivered by Excelsior Safeguarding CIC, a ‘not for profit’ organisation established to provide effective help and support to vulnerable young people and adults.

The sessions are relevant for colleagues who work with children and young people as well as vulnerable adults

Important note: It is essential that you have undertaken the Safeguarding Children (or an equivalent Safeguarding/ Child Protection Awareness course within your own organisation, and Child Sexual Exploitation e-learning courses prior to coming on this course, see additional information under full details), or you may be turned away.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 17 February 2020 13:00 - 17:00 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map

Code: CWN203 Reducing Parental Conflict (EVENT FULL)


This one day awareness course is part of the National Reducing Parental Conflict programme; training is delivered by Knowledgepool and funded
by DWP. The day is comprised of modules 2 and 3 of this programme.

The course introduces the research and evidence-base as well as tools and strategies you can use in your work with parents and carers to address
parental conflict. These awareness modules will cover;

Recognising and Supporting Parents in Parental  Conflict: Applying Knowledge, Skills and Techniques

Working with Parents in Conflict: How to  support, refer, intervene


This course is relevant for practitioners and volunteers working directly with parents and carers, for example: pastoral and support staff in schools, CNN's, Early Years practitioners and voluntary organisation staff and workers supporting parents experiencing conflict (whether separated or together).

It’s recommended you complete Module 1 e-learning after the course. You will be sent a link to this training from Knowledgepool.

 

 

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1 04 March 2020 09:30 - 16:30 Lansdowne Hotel Map

Code: GDPR39 Data Protection Workshop – Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs)

This workshop session will focus on Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs), which are risk assessments for data processing that schools are required to carry out in certain situations in order to comply with the GDPR.

The session will begin with a brief recap of DPIAs covering:

  • What DPIAs are and why school need to complete them.
  • Situations when DPIAs are advisable and when they are mandatory under the GDPR.
  • Step-by step guide to the process for completing a DPIA.
  • A worked example of a school DPIA to demonstrate the process involved.

The majority of the session will be run in a workshop-style providing school staff with the opportunity to discuss and compare their DPIAs with colleagues from other schools. This will enable delegates, through facilitated discussion, any issues, share solutions, promote best practice and explain what they've learned from completing these.

Our team of experienced Information Governance Officers will be on hand throughout to provide advice and guidance on when and how to complete DPIAs and to offer individual support to delegate on specific DPIAs they may be currently working on.

Please note, in order to benefit fully from this session delegates should ensure that they bring with them copies of any DPIAs the school has completed or have in mind a specific project that they are intending to complete a DPIA for.

 

 

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 06 March 2020 13:00 - 15:00 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map

Code: GDPR38 Data Protection Workshop – Record of Processing Activities (ROPA)

This workshop session will focus on the Record of Processing Activities (ROPA), a mandatory document that schools are required to have in place to comply with the GDPR.

With a brief recap at the start of the session, covering what a ROPA is and why schools need one, the majority of the session will be run as a workshop providing school staff the opportunity to review and compare their ROPA documents with colleagues from other schools. This will enable delegates, though facilitated discussion, to consider any issues, share solutions and promote best practice.

Our team of experienced Information Governance Officers will be on hand throughout to provide support and advice on lawful bases, retention periods and any other ROPA related queries.

We will also be able to provide examples of suggested processing activities that it is likely that all schools should include on their ROPA documents.

Please note, in order to benefit fully from this session delegates should ensure that they bring a copy of their school ROPA with them.

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1 06 March 2020 09:30 - 11:30 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map

Code: LSC623 ESSCP : Gangs, Youth Violence, Knives and Criminal Exploitation Awareness Training (EVENT FULL)

This course will address gang crime and youth violence. This has been identified as a national priority and this course will enable frontline staff and those working with children and young people to identify individuals at risk of gang involvement and to provide timely support and interventions to support them.

This course will be delivered by Excelsior Safeguarding CIC, a ‘not for profit’ organisation established to provide effective help and support to vulnerable young people and adults.

The sessions are relevant for colleagues who work with children and young people as well as vulnerable adults

Important note: It is essential that you have undertaken the Safeguarding Children (or an equivalent Safeguarding/ Child Protection Awareness course within your own organisation, and Child Sexual Exploitation e-learning courses prior to coming on this course, see additional information under full details), or you may be turned away.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 10 March 2020 13:00 - 17:00 East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House) Map