Why is privacy important?
Privacy Act and APPs
Organisations' privacy compliance frameworks
Role of staff
2-Australian Privacy Principles
Privacy collection notices
Use & disclosure
Use vs disclosure
Authorised by law
Permitted general situations
Permitted health situations
Unauthorised staff access
Data security policies
3-Data Breach Notification Scheme
Eligible data breach
Role of staff
The course is authored by Jeremy Douglas-Stewart, a specialist privacy lawyer and Principal Consultant at Privacy Law Consulting Australia. Jeremy was a member of the Privacy Commissioner's Consultative Group during her review of the Privacy Act in 2004/05 and of the Australian Law Reform Commission's Privacy Principles Roundtable in 2007. Jeremy has been delivering privacy training workshops to organisations and agencies since 2007. Jeremy is author of the Australian Privacy Law Handbook, a national privacy law loose-leaf subscription service for lawyers.
1.5 hours (can be completed in multiple sittings - bookmark function returns user to last page viewed when logging back in). Logins are valid for 12 months.
Sample clients (all industries)
HEALTH - WentWest Medicare Local, Sunshine Coast Hospital
RETAIL - Canon, Vodafone, Supercheap Auto
PHARMACEUTICAL - Bristol-Myers Squibb, Lundbeck
ENTERTAINMENT - SkyCity Casinos, Village Roadshow
INSURANCE - NRMA, Health Care Insurance
NOT-FOR-PROFIT - Salvation Army, Médecins Sans Frontières
PROFESSIONAL ASSOC - Pharmaceutical Society of Australia
GOVERNMENT - Department of Health, Old Parliament House
Well rounded information suitable for all employees. Score: 10/10 - Sarah, Goldfields Midwest Medicare Local
Excellent quality. Score: 10/10 - Helen, InjuryNet
It was great! We are getting some great feedback about it!
- Jenelyn, Training Coordinator, Cancer Council QLD
Good quality with clear examples. Score: 9/10 - Geoff, Cancer Council QLD
Very worthwhile course to complete. Score: 10/10 - Eleanor, Salvation Army
The course was easy to understand. Score: 10/10 - Rachael, Salvation Army
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- Mac: Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox
The course is not compatible with Internet Explorer (which is now an outdate browser, having last been released in 2013 and currently being phased out by Microsoft).
The courses do not require Adobe Flash (which is being phased out by Adobe in December 2020).
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