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Scheduled webinars

To book yourself on a webinar:

  • Click any of the webinar titles in the list below to see more details of the content
  • Click on 'Register'
  • Fill in your name, email address and, if relevant, your organisation
  • If the webinar is free of charge, that's all.  Otherwise you will go to the payment page where you can select the appropriate payment band.  The maximum charge for webinars is currently £15, but it is up to you how much you pay.
  • You can pay by card (handled by PayPal, but you don't need a PayPal account) or ask for an invoice

You will then get an e-mail from GoToWebinar as confirmation.  You must keep this email safely, because it contains the link you will need on the day for joining the webinar.  If you don't receive this pretty much straight away, please check that it hasn't been treated as spam by your system; failing that, contact me so that I can find out what has gone wrong.

Don't forget to sort out your audio in good time - speakers or headphones are essential, and a microphone allows you to talk to me and the rest of the group.  (Or if you prefer you can dial in by phone to listen and speak, which works fine, but is a bit more awkward - and costs you the phone call.)

Each webinar lasts an hour.

These webinars are currently scheduled:

Data protection in marketing and fundraising - the draft new code

Wednesday 19th February 2020

The Information Commissioner's new draft code of practice on marketing and fundraising is out for consultation until 4th March. This webinar will highlight the main changes, as well as reviewing what stays the same. If you have strong...

Data protection once the UK leaves the EU

Tuesday 25th February 2020

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is European Union legislation. Once the UK leaves the EU and the transition period ends, GDPR will no longer apply directly, but the UK already has legislation for a version of GDPR that...