We’re looking to up our internal training efforts – right now, we only have a (severely outdated) general GDPR training. What type of material do you use to educate your organisation? We’re about 600 people, so doing individual sessions are going to be a bit of a stretch.
Have you bought some kind of LMS with GDPR resources, or standalone content packages? Curious to get any recommendations! We are UK based.
Bobs Business have a great set of e-Learning modules.
DPOrganizer stuff is good too and you can customise and do your own courses in there.
Chris Roberts of Cybata is good at F2F training and custom course and games
Hi there! You should also check out the e-learning features and content from DPOrganizer – includes a library of courses (including a 4 part course on UK GDPR) that can be used as is, or customised to your needs. It’s also easy to crate new courses from scratch, with content and quizzes, and then easy to distribute and keep track of progress and results.
Created the content myself, then our L&D team converted that into an online module on Docebo.
Pre-existing content on Docebo was dire.
There are many companies that provide e-learning modules with an LMS system. We’ve just been through the process of having a number of demos to see which suited our needs and compared the cost. Our final decision was to have our own customer built which provides us with content that is relevant to our organisation. Its been an interesting process to shop around and see the different styles.
We created everything ourselves. But I’ve seen OneTrust training and it seems good. You can also look at https://www.itgovernance.co.uk/gdpr-training.