GDPR toolkit - subscription
A self-service, step-by-step guide, action plan, forms and resources to ensure compliance covering all aspects of GDPR from initial audit, through changing systems and a practical guide to dealing with breaches.
The self-assessment toolkit has been created specifically with data protection within educational settings in mind. Regularly updated, the toolkit provides self-service forms, guidance and a full set of resources to enable an educational setting to be GDPR compliant. New materials are added when required to reflect the changing GDPR guidance. Subscription to the toolkit also includes:
- GDPR news update service that informs DPOs about national best practice, provides useful hints and tips and answers frequently asked questions
- membership of Herts for Learning’s online Data Protection Officer (DPO) forum
The Herts for Learning GDPR Toolkit is available to all schools and settings, not just those based in Hertfordshire.
How to subscribe
The cost is £300* (exc VAT) for the initial annual subscription for 12 months.
This can be paid through a one off payment online purchased through a credit card, or if you have Direct Debit agreements with Herts for Learning, you can download the order form below and pay in monthly instalments.
MATs and Early Years settings pay £300 (exc VAT) for the initial subscription, plus an extra £150 (exc VAT) per site if they share a Board or are part of the same management as an initial subscriber. If you wish to order for a toolkit for multiple sites, please complete the MAT or PVI settings order form below with details of additional sites to be given access
Email your completed form to: email@example.com
* for single sites
DPO support services
For details on our additional DPO support services, which include the GDPR toolkit and telephone and email support:
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