GDPR Mythbusting Session for Business Managers and DPOs

GDPR Mythbusting Session

Posted on: 23rd Feb 2018 by: ANME

GDPR in Schools are running a GDPR Mythbusting Session for Business Managers, Data Protection Officers, and any other staff involved with GDPR preparation.

Date: Thursday 15 March 2018
Time: 16.00-17.00
Venue: Park Hall Hotel,
Park Hall Road,
Charnock Richard,


Hosted by the ANME as part of our North West meeting this is a free session and refreshments will be provided.


Although the session officially starts at 16.00, doors will open at 15.00 for anyone that wants to meet earlier / network.


This is a mythbusting session rather than a sales pitch, but a bit of information about GDPR in Schools:

GDPRiS is a low-cost, cloud-based solution with in-built knowledge of the data used in the schools’ sector. It is designed to reflect existing processes and the way schools work whilst pro-actively prompting them to meet the new requirements of the applied GDPR in a comprehensive manner. GDPRiS offers:

Supplier product directory provides pre-populated data maps, suggestions for lawful basis for processing, how the rights of the data subject are met, retention, storage and sharing, and your repository for information and compliance documentation
Fast, efficient reporting, tracking of potential data breaches
Evidence that suppliers are GDPR compliant
Comprehensive auditing tools providing evidence-based accountability demonstrating the school’s compliance with GDPR
Whole-school approach to data protection with user accounts for all staff


Registration is open only to Business Managers, Data Protection Officers and other school/college staff involved with GDPR Preparation

Click here to register for free!

Testimonials from Members & Partners

  • “Fantastic event, with interesting content and very well organised.”

    Alain Squiteri, Sales Director - InVentry

  • I thought the day was excellent. It was really good to have the companies there and invaluable for meeting and speaking with new contacts. I really hope this carries on as it was desperately needed in our field.

    Janet Cannell, Member

  • Thought it was a very good way of guaranteeing the companies time with smaller groups. People also seemed more prepared to ask questions and talk about their experiences with the products.

    Steve Daniels, Member

  • Seemed really well engaged and clearly was of value to attendees.

    Al Kingsley, Group Managing Director, NetSupport Limited

  • ANME meetings provide valuable networking - being able to talk to other professionals doing the same role and understanding their approach and their context. This is a great way to challenge what you are doing in your own setting.

    Neil Limbrick, Head of IT Strategy – Core Education Trust, Member