Post-May 25: ensuring GDPR success

Dai Durbridge, partner and education specialist, Browne Jacobson LLP

May 25 has come and gone; the general data protection regulation – fondly known as GDPR – is now in force. In this session, Dai Durbridge, partner and education specialist at Browne Jacobson, provides a formula for GDPR success – exploring how you can change your culture and measure outcomes for evidence compliance.

Dai will focus on the importance of embedding culture change to ensure GDPR compliance and provide you with methods, tips and advice to enable you to measure the outcomes of culture change in your organisation.

With so much riding on being able to demonstrate that you have addressed the requirements of GDPR, and embedded processes which will protect your precious date, this session is one not to miss.

Take home points:

  • how to promote a happy and healthy cyber culture in your school;
  • keeping children safe in a digital age – what do you need to know and how do you stay up-to-date?;
  • supporting all learners, including those with SEND, EAL and mental health issues, to flourish and succeed.

This session is for:
School business managers and other school leaders who are seeking innovative solutions to drive school-wide improvement.

Biography
Dai specialises in advising schools and academies on all pastoral education issues, including admissions, exclusions, parental complaints and safeguarding; he leads the education GDPR support at Browne Jacobson and created their exclusive GDPR toolkit for schools and the DPO helpline.

As well as speaking at many training events, Dai sits on expert panels and approves and redrafts model policies for GDPR.