e-learning course introducing the concept of equality analysis. This course
should be completed by any staff required to complete an equality impact
The aims of this course are to:
- Introduce you WFD policies and guidance on Safety and Security, Safe and Sustainable Travel, IT Security and Acceptable use, Data Protection and Privacy.
- Improve your knowledge of how to keep yourself and others safe and secure during your work at WFD
- Share practical tips and techniques on keeping our IT systems and assets secure from theft and attack
- Help you learn about how to protect WFD’s information
In this course you will learn about WFDs data processes for Monitoring Evaluation and Learning, or MEL
The first section is an introduction to how data fits in the MEL cycle. It will also tell you why and what data we collect and how.
The second, longer section is about setting up your programme on the EIH and initial data input.
The third, fourth and fifth sections are about reporting on delivery and outcomes.
The sixth section is about sharing EIH data.
The final section highlights some additional features of the EIH
- Teacher: Szelim Simandi
Data has become increasingly valuable (and varied) to most organisations over the last 20 years, and the new EU-wide legislation known as General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR has risen to meet the new standards required for data protection in the 21st century.
The Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) has developed this online course for its personnel and stakeholders to understand the key concepts of safeguarding within the organisation.
This e-learning course is made up of 4 online training modules that will help you learn about various subjects on safeguarding including definitions, objectives, standards, and procedures that are vital to protecting the well-being and safety of WFD’s staff, partners, and participants.