Specialist training to help you understand how the theory of Privacy by Design fits within privacy law.
Why this module is important
Case law in Australia is starting to reflect the need to implement Privacy by Design so as to ensure compliance with privacy law.
What this module covers
From this eLearning module you will gain an understanding of how the principles of Privacy by Design fit within privacy law, and how privacy case law is starting to influence system design and business process. Drawing from real-life cases, two case studies are presented, one with a privacy-protective design, and one without.
Who this module is for
All our online Privacy Professionals Training eLearning modules are designed for privacy officers, privacy advisors, risk and compliance professionals, ICT teams, and anyone else interested in privacy law and practice. This module is suitable for all jurisdictions and sectors. It doesn’t matter which privacy law applies to your organisation.
This eLearning module comprises a recorded webinar, links to further resources, and a comprehensive assessment leading to a Certificate of Completion. The webinar was presented by leading privacy practitioner Anna Johnston. As a guide, this module takes around 60 minutes to complete.
Bite-sized professional development
- clear explanations of specialist areas of privacy law and practice
- developed by the market leaders in privacy training and advice
- a comprehensive randomised 10-question assessment on completion, to test understanding
- successful participants receive a Certificate of Completion
This module is part of the Privacy Professionals Training series, but can also work as a standalone topic.
Terms of service for online purchase
$150 + GST for 28 days access per user.
Or upgrade to get access to all the modules in the Privacy Professionals Training series for only $600 + GST.
As a guide, this module takes around 60 minutes to complete.
This is the online purchase, pay-per-user option. Contact us if you instead want to enrol 5 or more users from the one organisation, and benefit from regular reporting back on staff progress.
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