|Data Subject Rights||
What are the benefits of this module?
- Creates awareness of the principles of data protection.
- Develops a practical understanding of how to protect personal data.
- Supports your organisation’s need to be compliant with the GDPR.
- Sets out your rights as a data subject.
- Relevant for organisations inside and outside Europe.
- Developed with input from subject matter experts and practising professionals
On completion of this module the candidate will be able to:
- Understand concepts relating to personal data and its protection.
- Understand the rationale, objectives, and scope of the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
- Outline the key principles of the GDPR relating to the lawful processing of personal data.
- Understand the rights of data subjects and how they are upheld.
- Understand that company policies and methods should comply with data protection regulations, and outline key technical and organisational measures to achieve this.
- Understand how to respond to data breaches and the consequences of not complying with data protection regulations.
The detailed syllabus for the Data Protection module is publicly available, so that there is complete clarity about what is covered.
The syllabus document, which sets out the specific skills and knowledge that you will learn and against which you will be certified, can be downloaded here.
Do you want to better understand the Data Protection and how we test skills and knowledge?
Try out the Computing sample tests here to get a feel for the coverage of the module, or practice before your certification test.
ICDL Professional Modules
ICDL Professional is made up of groups of modules that are tailored for different sectors, covering the core skills that will only become more important over time.
Each module is supported by training materials that cover the syllabus content in a way that is easy to relate to day-to-day tasks and responsibilities within a particular sector.
Modules can be mixed and matched from different sectors to create a unique ICDL Profile. For example, someone working in marketing might take Digital Marketing, Advanced Word Processing, Advanced Presentation, and Image Editing.