Data Protection Officer (DPO) Certification 2022

Upcoming courses: 

  •  19-23 September 2022, Maastricht University Campus Brussels
  •  21-25 November 2022, ONLINE

This specialised hands-on training enables you to acquire the must-know knowledge and the do’s and don’ts to efficiently perform the role and tasks of Data Protection Officer (DPO) under the GDPR.

Training and examination

The training covers an in depth insight of the GDPR  and all implementation obligations; a step-by-step model to put in place the necessary privacy compliant data protection and information security policies in your organisation; guidance in the most cost-effective and efficient ways to comply with the GDPR.

The experienced trainers in the programme follow Maastricht University's well-known Problem Based Learning methodology: Throughout our training programme you are stimulated to actively work on real-life issues in order to acquire the skills needed to perform most effectively as a DPO in your organisation. Holding the ECPC-B DPO certification from Maastricht University shows employers you are a knowledgeable professional who has acquired the optimal methodology to manage privacy compliance effectively and interact with the rest of your organization in the fast-changing professional environment in which you need to operate.

Throughout the course, the following examination elements need to be passed in order to obtain the ECPC-B DPO Professional University Certificate:

  • A multiple-choice test
  • A group assignment based on a case study and under the supervision of tutors evaluating individual performance
  • A final written examination at the end of the course based on cases. 

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Any questions about the course in Lisbon?
Para quaisquer dúvidas ou questões respeitantes à inscrição e à realização do curso pode também ser contactada a Dra. Telma Oliveira, do Instituto de Ciências Jurídico-Políticas da Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de Lisboa