Date(s) - 14/05/2018
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Conference Room 2, The Kings Centre
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New GDPR legislation about how you collect, store and handle personal data will affect your museum or organisation. Naomi Korn, one of the UK’s leading experts on data protection, copyright and licensing, will give clear and practical advice to ensure you are meeting your legal requirements. She’ll cut through all the jargon to explain what you need to do and why and you’ll also be able to get answers to any tricky questions or specific issues you’re struggling with.
If you have any specific data protection issues prior to the event, you can email them directly to Naomi Korn firstname.lastname@example.org (please say you are attending the Museums Norfolk training on 14 May) and she will answer them on the day.
9.30am-10am: Arrival and refreshments
10am Introducing Data Protection in museums and galleries
11.45am: GDPR – the changes
12.45pm: Managing personal data in your museum
2.15pm: Preparing for the GDPR – what you need to do now
3.15pm: Finding solutions to data protection issues in the museum
Lunch and refreshments is included.
Please note that there is a small fee of £50, or £30 for Museums Norfolk Members for this event, to cover some of the costs of bringing such a high profile speaker to Norfolk. You can pay online by debit or credit card – there will be a 15p fee per ticket.
To book and register for the event, please click the link – https://www.trybooking.co.uk/EEK
NB – This event is not being run by SHARE Museums East.