This training pack encompasses the UK’s newly adopted GDPR system, describing the new laws that apply to businesses, as well as describing what money laundering is, the implications of it and how it is carried out.
The Essentials of GDPR and Anti-Money Laundering Training Pack will cover the key purposes of the personal data legislation and give learners a complete GDPR overview to help those involved in handling personal information to adopt these practices whilst also outlining the dangers of money laundering and how to spot instances of it occurring within different industries.
Learners will be shown the responsibilities regarding data processing and the role of a data controller, and will be able to make essential changes to ensure their business is prepared for the implementation of GDPR to achieve business compliance training, in accordance with the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office).
Anti-money Laundering covers the essentials about understanding what money laundering is, how it is carried out, and the legislation and implications of money laundering. Completing both courses shows the learner how different areas of data protection can overlap, and helps them to understand GDPR can work in a variety of situations.
Who should take this course and why?
This training pack would be useful for those involved in the handling of people’s information as part of their day-to-day role, or anyone who works in a role involving payments or money, such as casinos or accountants.
What does this course cover?
This training pack is split into four individual courses which cover the following areas:
The Essential of GDPR:
- Understand the key changes from the DPA to the GDPR
- Understand what data is, and the different types of data
- Recognise the six principles of GDPR
- Safely handle sensitive data
- Understand the rights of data subjects
- Know the role of the information commissioner
- State what money laundering is
- Identify the three stages of money laundering
- Recognise the legislation regarding money laundering in the UK
- Identify industry types that are potential high risk areas within money laundering
- Define what a politically exposed person (PEP) is