Fundamentals of The Personal Data Protection Act
WSQ Level 4 (3-Day)
Course Code: TGS-2021003560
Organisations are required to appoint one or more Data Protection Officers (DPOs) to be responsible for ensuring the organisation’s compliance with the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (PDPA).
A 3-day course – “Fundamentals of the Personal Data Protection Act” – has been developed under the Business Management Workforce Skills Qualifications (BM WSQ) framework by PDPC to equip DPOs with basic knowledge and skills in complying with the PDPA.
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Identify legislative and regulatory requirements of the organisation in accordance with organisational strategies and objectives.
Communicate key legislative and regulatory requirements and related management systems to relevant stakeholders to facilitate legislative compliance.
Assess internal and regulatory organisations’ policies and procedures to ensure compliance.
Identify and document possible areas of non-compliance in business activities in accordance with information format requirements.
Assist in the review of adherence to legislative and regulatory requirements in accordance with organisational guidelines / policies.
Assist in the integration of procedures to ensure adherence to legislative and regulatory requirements in the daily scope of work.
Prepare management report for follow-up action.
Workshop Cost After SSG Subsidies
With effect from 1st Jan 2022
MCES >40 years old Singaporean Citizen
SME for Singaporean/SPR
21-39 years old Singaporean/PR (and NON-SME
$345 / $300
$345 / $300
$575 / $500
$1150 / $1000
Who Should Attend?
This 3-Day course is designed for anyone responsible for ensuring your organisation’s compliance with the Personal Data Protection Act 2012:
Data Protection Officers (DPOs)
Human Resource Personnel
Sales and Business Development Personnel
Any other person who need to be involved in data protection matters