Information Governance e-learning offer

dataWe’ve teamed up with DeltaNet International to bring you a recession busting deal on their Information Governance e-learning pack.  Containing over 3 hours of e-learning the pack features 4 separate e-learning courses on Information Security Assurance, Data Protection, Freedom of Information and Records Management.

DeltaNet International is no stranger to the public sector and boasts South Yorkshire Police, Sandwell MBC and Sandwell Homes, Kirklees Council and Rhondda Cynon Taf amongst its customers.

The courses in the Information Governance e-learning pack are designed to meet the LGA’s guidelines on managing information.

‘All councils should seek to develop a culture that properly values, protects and uses information for the public good. Councils should reinforce that information is a key business asset and that its proper use is not simply an IT issue.

There should be clear lines of accountability throughout the organisation together with a programme of staff awareness raising, starting at induction but continually updated, which clearly sets out the expectations of staff.’

Prices start at £2,000 for an annual subscription to the generic content for up to 2,500 employees.

For more information, including full pricing details, and to request guest access to the Information Governance e-learning courses please email Sam@learningpool.com or call 0207 101 9385.

One Response to “Information Governance e-learning offer”

  1. trevor brown Says:

    Please can you send me a full pricing details.
    Do have an courses that deliver disabilitylegislation?

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