Online Training

Online Employee Training

Our unique online GDPR training course, tailored for executive search and recruitment professionals

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GDPR online training

Our GDPR online training "GDPR Essentials" is tailored specifically for executive search and recruitment professionals.  The course is created by the team at ComplyGDPR and is CPD Certified.

The training ensures each of your staff have a good understanding of GDPR and how it relates to the executive search and recruitment process.  It also highlights ways their own actions could cause a data breach, or even make them personally liable.

The varied content includes animation, narrative and interactivity, alongside videos tracking the activities of Ben at Rec Search and his disastrous approach to data protection.

Please contact us with any questions you have about GDPR training, either as a refresher for your whole team, or for your ad-hoc new starters.

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Cyber security awareness training

The short online Cyber Security Awareness training module we provide gives all employees simple, non-technical advice and tips about cyber security to help them stay safe online.

It covers the higher risk areas of cyber-attacks, such as defending against phishing attacks; using strong passwords; securing company and personal devices; and reporting suspicious incidents.  It is pertinent for staff working inside your office, from home or in other locations.

This short online Cyber Security Awareness course by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) takes around 15-20 minutes to complete.  It is delivered on ComplyGDPR's online training platform and makes an ideal complement to our own GDPR online training course for employees.


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Why train your staff?

Data breaches are almost always a result of human error. Staff training is essential in order to mitigate the risks of a data breach. And to help avoid fines, it is essential to be able to provide training records in the event of a breach investigation.

Everyone in your business needs to understand how they can embed data protection and data security practices into their own day-to-day activities, to help ensure the business and its individual staff members comply with GDPR.