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GDPR One Year On: Implications for safeguarding practice

Course Title:
GDPR One Year On: Implications for safeguarding practice
Course Code:
GDPR OYO
Description:

Sharing information is an intrinsic part of any frontline practitioners’ job when working with children and young people. The decisions about how much information to share, with whom and when, can have a profound impact on individuals’ lives. Information sharing helps to ensure that an individual receives the right services at the right time and prevents a need from becoming more acute and difficult to meet.

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) came into effect on 25 May 2018.  The GDPR aims primarily to give control to people over their personal data and how it is stored by organisations and poses significant challenges for public sector organisations.  In July 2018 the government issued ‘Advice for practitioners providing safeguarding services to children, young people, parents and carers’. This is  non-statutory guidance which  has been produced to support practitioners in the decisions they take to share information, which reduces the risk of harm to children and young people and promotes their well-being.

Please note that if you are booking from Education Services or from outside the Boroughs of Richmond and Kingston there will be a booking fee of £40

 

 

  Scheduled Dates For Course:
No course Date is available
Course Duration:
2 Hours
  Delivered By:
  Aimed At:

Multi-Agency

  Aim:

This breakfast seminar delivered by Peter Cowley & Daksha Mistry address what has changed since GDPR came into effect and what are the continuing challenges for all settings who currently hold information about children and families.

The session will also explore the implications for information sharing and recording & report writing practice. 

  Learning Outcomes:

 

By the end of the session the training will have:

  • Provided an understanding of the GDPR regulations and consider the challenges
  • Explored the implications of GDPR for safeguarding and information sharing practice
  • Provided an overview of ‘Advice for practitioners providing safeguarding services to children, young people, parents and carers’ July 2018 guidance
  • Considered good practice when recording, report writing and storing information about children, young people and their families.
  Minimum Requirements:

 N/A

  Reading Material:
No Course Material Available