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Introduction to UCL Consultants video
Organisations need to be compliant with the new GDPR legislation by 25 May this year and the recording and monitoring of staff training will be a vital aspect of proving this.
Introduction to UCL Consultants
Date: Wednesday 25 April 2018
Time: 12.00 - 1.00pm
Venue: Foster Court, 130 Map
Who can attend: This course is designed for any academics, researchers, or professional services staff whose duties may involve consultancy or supporting consultancy projects. It will cover the definition of consultancy, UCL policies related to consultancy, and the administrative process for consultancy activity at UCL
Outcome: Providing an overview of UCL policies related to consultancy, this course will cover: the benefits of consultancy; entitlement to consultancy activity for different types of employment contracts; permissions and related paperwork; and the basics of financial systems relevant to consultancy.
Speakers: Dr Andrew Duncan, Consultancy Manager, Faculty of Population Health Sciences & Laura Nyote, Consultancy Manager, UCL Institute of Education.
There is no need to register, just come along.
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