Data Protection in the Workplace

As a business that obtains, handles, and stores individuals’ personal information, you have legal duty to manage and protect that data responsibly in accordance with legislation and the law. Failing to meet these requirements can leave you and your business open to legal repercussions as well as damaging your reputation, which could have far wider-reaching implications.

As such, training all staff members who deal with personal data is crucial as part of your company’s data protection policy and standard practice.

Did you know?
  • In the UK, there are 7,500 large businesses and 5.6 million small or medium-sized (SMEs)
  • Small or medium-sized businesses (SMEs) account for 99.9% of all businesses
  • Despite there being far more SMEs, they only employ 60% of the workforce. The remaining work for large businesses

Source - Department for Business, Energy & Industry Strategy

Course Modules

Module Module Name Pass %
1 Benefits of Good Data Safety
2 Rights and Conditions
3 The Data Protection Act
4 Data Sharing and Security
5 Creating a Data Protection Policy
6 Putting it into Practice
7 Handling the Requests for Personal Data
8 Introduction to GDPR


80 minutes

Why Choose DDR Consultants

We are a provider of online training courses and accredited by leading industry organisations, such as RoSPA, IATP, CPD, iiRSM and Gatehouse Awards. In addition to being recognised by leading organisations, we offer you the flexibility to complete our courses at a time that is convenient to you from any location with Internet access. Upon completion you will also receive a certificate stating your results.

Recommended System Requirements

  • Browser: Up to date web browser
  • Video: Up to date video drivers
  • Memory: 1Gb+ RAM
  • Download Speed: Broadband (3Mb+)

Price: £35