Who should attend this Data Protection Training Course?
This Dealing with SARs course is suitable for all delegates who wish to learn more about GDPR, specifically, those in customer- or client-facing roles where communicating with third parties is a common occurrence. This course may be particularly suited to Data Protection Officers (DPOs) who want to increase their GDPR knowledge base or organisations wishing to appoint a DPO. Examples of appropriate roles include but are not limited to:
- Information security professionals
- Compliance officers
- Risk managers
- Privacy managers
- Senior staff
However, delegates in higher-level or executive roles may prefer our course Subject Access Requests: An Executive Briefing [link], which is tailored to C-level and upper management executives.
There are no formal prerequisites for taking this course, meaning that anyone who wishes to gain a deeper understanding of SARs is welcome to attend.
Dealing with Subject Access Requests (SAR) Course Overview
This focused, 1-day course on Dealing with SARs, delivered by our experienced and knowledgeable trainers, is designed to give delegates a comprehensive, step-by-step understanding of how to respond to Subject Access Requests under the new General Data Protection Regulation legislation that came into force on May 25th 2018.
Knowledge of how to respond to Subject Access Requests, or SARs, is essential not just in enhancing customer relationships but also in guaranteeing that your organisation does not incur a fine of up to 20 million Euros (or 4% of your annual global turnover) for contravening the GDPR. Fortunately, with thousands of clients already trained in GDPR best practice, The Knowledge Academy provides outstanding and detailed tuition that has helped organisations around the world implement effective GDPR compliance.
This course will ensure that delegates are equipped to handle SARs in line with GDPR, covering crucial topics such as how to recognise, record, and respond to SARs, the timeframes in which you a response is required, and changes from previous legislation. Successfully completing this course will prove to employers and clients alike that delegates are trained in the appropriate procedure for responding to SARs, empowering them to comply with GDPR and enhance relationships with Data Subjects.