Data Protection Impact Assessments (2 half-days remote workshop)


10:00 am - 1:00 pm

10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Introduction and Purpose

This course is a practical intensive workshop, introducing theory, principles, and tools in the practical context of real-life scenarios.
Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIA’s) are a core requirement in the General Data Protection Regulation, supporting a risk-based approach to compliance. They are also a valuable tool for planning, defining, and refining new ideas and projects to avoid problems, re-work, and wasted resources.
This workshop provides attendees with an in-depth and hands on grounding in the concepts involved in Data Protection Impact Assessments, a structured method to conduct DPIAs in a scalable manner, and insight into how these concepts relate to other principles and practices in Data Protection, Data Governance, and Information Quality Management.

Key Objectives

Delegates will understand:

  • What a Data Protection Impact Assessment is
  • Differences between a Privacy Impact Assessment and a Data Protection Impact Assessment
  • Why a Data Protection Impact Assessment is done
  • When a DPIA is necessary / recommended
  • A scalable structured method for conducting a DPIA
  • Benefits to an organisation beyond Data Protection compliance that can come from a Data Protection Impact Assessment.


Training will be delivered through two ½ day online instructor-led workshops. Delegates will receive a certificate evidencing their attendance and the content covered for their own Continuous Professional Development records.


Ticket TypePriceSpaces
Standard Ticket / 2 half-days remote workshop

Booking Terms

  • Cancellations within 7 days of the event will be liable for the full amount of the booking.
  • Cancellations between 7 and 14 days will be charged 50% of the full amount of the booking.
  • All other cancellations will be charged a €75 administration fee.

In the event of a cancellation by Castlebridge, all delegates will be rebooked without any additional charge on the next available public course.