The Health and Safety Authority and the Data Protection Commission have both published guidance that will assist employers and employees in relation to working from home as part of the national response to COVID-19.
How might this guidance be applied in relation to the world of Education and the employer, the Board of Management?
Facilitator - Teresa Hand-Campbell is Ireland’s only Occupational Coaching Psychologist who holds 30 years’ experience in education leadership roles. She brings her unique combination of expertise and ongoing work with all sectors to bear in offering Training for Educators and Education Leaders in this time of exponential change.
Book your place with Donegal Education Centre to link in with her on Zoom to review your current situation, to update GDPR measures to cover working from home and to take steps to protect both employer and employee during this time.
THIS TRAINING SEEKS TO UPDATE AND DIRECT YOU ON THE FOLLOWING:
GDPR applied to the education setting viz -
• The law relating to Data Protection
• Why data protection is important
• Cyber Security explained
• How to protect your school from a cyberattack
• Reporting a Data Breach
HEALTH & SAFETY WHILE WORKING FROM HOME
ERGONOMICS OF THE HOME WORKSPACE
RISK ASSESSMENT - EMPLOYER’S OBLIGATIONS
TAKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR ONE’S OWN HEALTH & WELLBEING WHILE WORKING FROM HOME
DATA PROTECTION FOR INDIVIDUALS
DATA PROTECTION FOR ORGANISATIONS VIZ THEIR OBLIGATIONS IN TERMS OF lawfulness, transparency, confidentiality, data minimisation and accountability
INFORMATION FOR DATA PROTECTION OFFICERS
IS YOUR GDPR POLICY, WHEN APPLIED TO COVID-19 SETTING, FIT FOR PURPOSE?