February 07, 2018
6:00 PM - London
GDPR comes into force May 2018.
Many organisations and training courses are showing how to be compliant and avoid risk. This event will look at the positive opportunities offered by GDPR such as planning the behaviour change possibilities for staff and customers and the personalisation opportunities the new regulation will bring.
The session will provide attendees with an overview of GDPR do's and don’ts for those working in the Charity and Social Marketing sector. We’ll also discuss behaviour change theory and provide examples of how organisations are planning for the new regulations in their behaviour change programmes. There will also be an opportunity to learn about the approach that the Africa Research Excellence Fund has taken to ensure that they are complaint. This includes, data audit mapping, data collection and review of stakeholder protocols.
Patrick was one of the co-founders of The National Social Marketing Centre and developed the UK’s first online social marketing planning guide, The NSMC’s procurement guide and managed the first World Social Marketing Conference along with numerous other national conferences and events. He combines his health service delivery experience with his marketing knowledge to manage client projects and develop resources and events for social marketing practice across a number of public and private sector organisations.
Patrick , will discuss the positive impact that the new GDPR regulations , can have on an organisation and how some of these changes can be incorporated into behaviour change programmes
Maria Andrews is Head of Major Gifts for the Africa Research Excellence Fund and has extensive experience in the global advertising, marketing and not for profit industry. Her current role is to grow and diversify income to strengthen health research capacity in Africa through nurturing talented health scientists to achieve their full leadership potential.
David Membrey – Senior Consultant, Adapta Consulting
David is a Senior Consultant in Adapta Consulting and specialises in charity governance, risk management and the use of information systems to drive charitable objectives. He has over thirty years' experience in the not-for-profit sector, most recently as Deputy CEO of the Charity Finance Group where he was responsible for IT, risk management, governance and finance. He has worked with a wide range of clients in the sector, helping them with IT planning, preparing business cases, systems procurement, business process improvement – and, of course, increasingly with data protection and GDPR.
Paul Sypko – Partner, Adapta Consulting
Paul is a Partner in Adapta Consulting and specialises in helping not-for-profit organisations become more effective and efficient, particularly through the strategic and operational use of information systems and digital technologies. Paul is an experienced consultant, having worked with clients in the sector for over 20 years – most recently with Sayer Vincent but also previously with other leading firms such as Crowe Clark Whitehill. Paul has led data protection, information security and GDPR compliance reviews for a wide range of organisations and increasingly helps Adapta’s clients to embed data protection and information security considerations in their strategic planning for IT.
CPD category: Risk and reputation management
CPD duration: 1.5 hours
Charity employees will be offered a reduced rate upon providing their company name and registered charity number. Please call 01628 427 340 to provide these details and make your booking.
Registration and networking is from 18:00; the event starts at 18:30 and finishes at 20:00. If you are non-EU resident, please contact the Network Support team to make your booking.