You're obliged to train your team on GDPR - do it well
Your obligation to protect people’s data was supercharged on 25th May, but jargon and scaremongering can make it difficult to work out what you need to do about it. Don't worry, we’ve created a simple, recruitment-specific course you can complete in an hour.
GDPR for Recruitment Consultants will equip you with the knowledge and confidence you need to store and process data in line with the new data regulations. We’ve turned the vital theory into engaging material and activities so it’s easier to understand and remember.
Benefits for agencies
Systematic and standard training for all staff
Delivered online can be completed in staff's own time
Cost effective and full visibility on individual progress and completion
Who is the course for?
The course provides a foundation of GDPR for any one who handles data in the recruitment industry.
Digital transformation consultant Krisha helps recruitment agencies become more productive and profitable by using digital tools and new technology.
Specialising in marketing and CRM technology, Krisha has over 17 years experience supporting the recruitment industry. She works with all sorts of recruitment organisations to adapt business processes and manage change effectively with technology.
Please note: while Henshall Centre’s authors and staff have consulted with legal professionals while creating this course and updating their own policies, Henshall Centre is a learning company, not a law firm or legal adviser. It also doesn’t employ any lawyers directly.
The information in this course is general guidance intended to help you understand some of the core concepts of the GDPR and how to be compliant as a recruiter.
The material is not legal advice or intended to be a complete and comprehensive statement of the law. It is also not intended to address the specific requirements of your company or your own specific requirements. Your company should read and follow the ICO’s guidance and get independent legal advice about its data protection provisions.