The 2-day course introduces the overview of the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA), the process an organisation could adopt to comply with the act, and identify possible areas of non-compliance.
Participants will also learn how to develop a process for handling complaints and breaches, as well as get their organisation started in fulfilling their obligations under the PDPA.
The course will be conducted using the PDPA BM WSQ Standard Curriculum and Standard Assessment developed by PDPC.
Content / Structure
- Overview of the PDPA and Key Terms
- Data Protection Provisions - The 9 obigations
- Do Not Call (DNC) Registry Scope and Operations Rules
- Role of Data Protection Officer
- Create an Inventory Map for effective data management
- Develop a process for handling complaints and non-compliance
- Effective training and communication plan for staff
Assessment & Certificate
Upon successfully completion, participants will receive a SSG Statement of Attainment.
|Who Should Attend
This course is suitable for HR, IT, Sales, Business Development Executive/Manager that are involved in complying with the Act or potentially undertaking the role of the organisation’s Data Protection Officer.
*Terms and conditions apply.
Full Course Fee
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Nett Course Fee
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|Additional funding if eligible under Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy*
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|Additional funding if eligible under Workfare Training Support (WTS)*
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Tel: 6505 3854/ 8127 3636 (ash)
Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
111 North Bridge Road
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