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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Training

  • 12th March 2018 - 26th March 2018
  • 1.30pm - 4.30pm
  • London, Manchester, Northampton, Bristol

Data Protection Training Data protection specialist lawyers from London firm Bates Wells Braithwaite will be providing training on the effect of the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), which comes into force in the UK on 25 May 2018. This course has been organised by Music Mark and is tailored  for those who work with and for Music Education Hubs and Services.

The sessions will cover the following topics:

• An introduction to what data protection means for us

• How the GDPR applies to Music Hubs and Services

• An overview of the changes to be implemented by the GDPR compared with the current Data Protection Act

• What obligations Music Hubs and Services need to be aware of a result, and how these can be complied with practically • A particular focus on when, and how, individuals’ consent should be obtained

• A discussion on which lawful bases Music Hubs and Services can rely on to carry out their work

• An explanation as to what information needs to be provided to individuals when they interact with Music Hubs and Services

• Takeaway guidelines for good practice to avoid any breaches of the GDPR and consequent enforcement action from the Information Commissioner’s Office.

The training will be provided by Victoria Hordern, the firm’s Head of Data Privacy who has significant experience advising on data protection issues in numerous jurisdictions around the world and across a variety of industries, and Lucas Atkin, a data protection specialist lawyer who used to be a professional musician. These sessions will be interactive and responsive to the questions and concerns of the attendees.

Sessions last 3 hours and will run from 1:30pm to 4:30pm. They will be available on the following dates and locations:

BWB Offices, London – March 12th FULLY BOOKED

The Hallé, Manchester – March 13th

NMPAT, Northampton – March 20th

Colston Hall, Bristol – March 26th

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Book HERE for Music Mark members, tickets cost £75+VAT

Book HERE for non Music Mark members, tickets cost £120+VAT


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