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Code: GDPR21 Data Protection Masterclass

This new session is suitable for data protection leads or members of staff whose roles require them to have a deeper understanding of the legislation, for example: Headteachers, SLT, Office Staff and lead Governors.

  • This interactive workshop will explore key elements of data protection legislation in greater detail including:
    Worked examples of how to deal with data breaches and subject rights requests, including subject access requests (SARs).
  • Advice on situations where schools will need to consider conducting Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs), including a worked example of a DPIA to demonstrate the process of carrying one out.
  • Guidance on data processor agreements for schools (when they are necessary, what they need to include etc).
  • An overview of how GDPR can impact on the wider school community, for example the work of the SENCO or school trips.

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.

The content of this session is new and so this training is appropriate for those who have already attended training events with the East Sussex Information Governance team as well as those who want to develop their understanding of GDPR but have not yet had any formal training.

As part of the workshop, we will be holding 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.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 19 June 2019 09:30 - 12:30 Lansdowne Hotel Map

Code: GDPR22 Data Protection Masterclass

This new session is suitable for data protection leads or members of staff whose roles require them to have a deeper understanding of the legislation, for example: Headteachers, SLT, Office Staff and lead Governors.

This interactive workshop will explore key elements of data protection legislation in greater detail including:

  • Worked examples of how to deal with data breaches and subject rights requests, including subject access requests (SARs).
  • Advice on situations where schools will need to consider conducting Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs), including a worked example of a DPIA to demonstrate the process of carrying one out.
  • Guidance on data processor agreements for schools (when they are necessary, what they need to include etc).
  • An overview of how GDPR can impact on the wider school community, for example the work of the SENCO or school trips.

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.

The content of this session is new and so this training is appropriate for those who have already attended training events with the East Sussex Information Governance team as well as those who want to develop their understanding of GDPR but have not yet had any formal training.

As part of the workshop, we will be holding 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.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 19 June 2019 13:30 - 16:30 Lansdowne Hotel Map

Code: GDPR24 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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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 20 June 2019 13:30 - 16:30 The Civic Centre Map

Code: GDPR23 Data Protection Masterclass

This new session is suitable for data protection leads or members of staff whose roles require them to have a deeper understanding of the
legislation, for example: Headteachers, SLT, Office Staff and lead Governors.

This interactive workshop will explore key elements of data protection legislation in greater detail including:

  • Worked examples of how to deal with data breaches and subject rights requests, including subject access requests (SARs).
  • Advice on situations where schools will need to consider conducting Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs), including a worked example of a DPIA to demonstrate the process of carrying one out.
  • Guidance on data processor agreements for schools (when they are necessary, what they need to include etc).
  • An overview of how GDPR can impact on the wider school community, for example the work of the SENCO or school trips.

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.

The content of this session is new and so this training is appropriate for those who have already attended training events with the East Sussex Information Governance team as well as those who want to develop their understanding of GDPR but have not yet had any formal training.

As part of the workshop, we will be holding 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.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 20 June 2019 09:30 - 12:30 The Civic Centre Map

Code: MHEW042 Leadership & Management : Developing and Embedding a Whole School Approach to MHEW: Showcasing

The conference will explore developments in Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing (MHEW) in schools and colleges, and highlight practical ways in which staff can support students' mental health and create a whole-school ethos of acceptance and inclusion.

This conference will feature keynote speakers with lived experience of Mental Health difficulties and leaders in research and developments in children and young people's (CYP) mental health, emotional wellbeing and resilience. There will be a choice of practical workshops, to be advised and selected prior to the event. There will be a marketplace for staff to find out more about local MHEW support services.

 

 

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 26 June 2019 08:30 - 16:00 University of Brighton - Falmer Campus Map

Code: GDPR25 Data Protection Masterclass

This session is for data protection leads or members of staff whose roles require them to have a deeper understanding of the legislation,

This interactive workshop will explore key elements of data protection legislation in greater detail including:

  • Worked examples of how to deal with data breaches and subject rights requests, including subject access requests (SARs)
  • Advice on situations where schools will need to consider conducting Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs), including a worked example of a DPIA to demonstrate the process of carrying one out.
  • Guidance on data processor agreements for schools (when they are necessary, what they need to include etc).
  • An overview of how GDPR can impact on the wider school community, for example the work of the SENCO or school trips.

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

As part of the workshop, we will be holding 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 have come across similar issues, to share solutions and discuss best practice.

 

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 08 July 2019 09:30 - 12:30 Lansdowne Hotel Map

Code: GDPR26 Data Protection Masterclass

This session is more suitable for data protection leads or members of staff whose roles require them to have a deeper understanding of the legislation.

This interactive workshop will explore key elements of data protection legislation in greater detail including:

  • Worked examples of how to deal with data breaches and subject rights requests, including subject access requests (SARs).
  • Advice on situations where schools will need to consider conducting Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs), including a worked example of a DPIA to demonstrate the process of carrying one out.
  • Guidance on data processor agreements for schools (when they are necessary, what they need to include etc).
  • An overview of how GDPR can impact on the wider school community, for example the work of the SENCO or school trips.

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

As part of the workshop, we will be holding 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 hare solutions and discuss best practice.

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 08 July 2019 13:30 - 16:30 Lansdowne Hotel Map