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A GDPR training event has just been organised for TUESDAY 26 JUNE at Cullercoats Methodist Church (Broadway, North Shields NE30 3LJ) in the North Shields and Whitley Bay Circuit. This training has been offered by TMCP and the Connexional team and is for all those who hold or process personal data. The training will be from 10am-4pm (although this is yet to be confirmed). Refreshments will be provided but it would be helpful if you could provide your own packed lunch. We realise that this is very short notice but this has been an additional training day that has only now been arranged. There is no cost for this training event. Click here to book your ticket!

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