Sorting out the 'gnarly' issues
Training should fit your needs, so we offer bespoke in-company courses tailored to your needs as well as standard courses at fabulous training venues around the country.
Our Train the Trainer approach is well-suited to multi-site programs. iCompli train your selected staff to train others, and then support them as they roll out in-company staff training.
Already have a staff development program? We have considerable experience at integrating our courses in to existing company programs and Learning Management Platforms. Contact us directly to discuss how we can introduce our compliance-led content into your existing training programs. You can trust iCompli® to make it simpler.
Examples of training offered:
- GDPR in practice
- Optimizing Data-driven Marketing
- Essential Law for Marketers
- Data Protection for the Public Sector
- Train the Trainer - Compliance Ambassadors
- Marketing in Financial Services
- Treating Customers Fairly
- New ePrivacy regulations - preparing for the future
Public Course Schedule:
We're running courses to keep you ahead of the curve and knowledgeable about compliance issues - practical, pragmatic and no-nonsense approach to those gnarly issues you need answers to. With the best and most experienced speakers, you'll gain practical insights based on our work in a myriad of sectors, and have your questions answered.
So, if you would like to know how we have been addressing the thorny, gnarly issues, book on one of our courses below.
"GDPR in Practice: Fast-Track Implementation" - it's not the theory - it's the practice. For those that have to actually now implement GDPR in their organisations - this workshop shows you how step-by-step. How to build a framework or Record of Processing and how to demonstrate your accountability and control. You'll actually work through the key steps so that you'll take away your own set of documentation ready to start your GDPR tasks. For more information click here.
"Marketing Law Essentials" - contract law, ASA CAP codes, intellectual property, compliant competitions, consumer rights, trademarks and 'passing off' . GDPR is not specifically covered in this course, as it would no longer be a day's course.