An AVM L&D event, 23 January 2018, 1pm – 5pm Click here to book
This event will enable you to health check your own preparations for the new regulations and compare notes with others. We will also hear from organisations with recent, relevant experience: RNLI chose to implement the new GDPR regulations almost 1 year ago – what have they learned and what do they recommend?; Alzheimers Society have specific experience of data usage issues, having received an Enforcement Notice from the Information Commissioner -how did they deal with the broader impact, and how did they put the experience to good use in their own GDPR preparations.
Tom Payne and Esme Chapman, Data Governance Analysts of RNLI, Kate Adams, Head of Volunteering and Amy Symons, Volunteering Support Manager of Alzheimers Society will share their experiences for the benefit of all.
The ‘experts’ suggest that no-one can be sure they are fully prepared until their preparations are put into practice. However there are some key areas and parameters relevant to all. Paul Jennings, partner at BWB law firm, will guide us through the legalities of GDPR.
The event will cover all the key points, as well as some of the less obvious implications:
What will be the impact on volunteers and volunteer managers, as opposed to fundraisers? Do we need data on existing volunteers to attract and recruit new volunteers? Do volunteering and fundraising departments need to coordinate their data management far more effectively, to avoid overloading the same supporters?
There will be table discussions and networking opportunities. Come and share your experiences, concerns and expectations. Book now
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