GDPR in Golf

Course Cost (exc.VAT):
– £49.50 each (single license)
– £39.50 each (2 to 24 licenses)
– £29.50 each (25+ licenses)
Study Time: Approximately 40 to 60 minutes
Time Limit to Complete Course: 1-month
Unused License Expiry – 2-years

Looking to train your staff to demonstrate your compliance? Try our new “GDPR for Staff” course – click here.

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Course Summary – “GDPR in Golf”:

The Promote Training course, written by our partners at Databasix is an e-learning training programme for golf businesses that want/need to collect personal data and know that they’re compliant with the new GDPR regulations.

Unlike other online data protection training, Databasix applies the theory to a golf business and offers practical tips which are easily implemented into the club.


GDPR – The New Legislation
– Why is new legislation necessary?
– A history of data protection law
– The differences between the Data Protections Act and GDPR
– Importance of data protection to your club

The Legal Stuff
– Key definitions, including the Data Subject, Personal Data, Data Processing and the Data Controller
– Special categories of personal data

Welcome Your Guests
– What Would Our Customers Say?
– The 521 Cafe

Core Principles – part 1
– Lawful, Fair & Transparent
– Looking at the “Consent” processing condition
– Do you really need to re-confirm “Consent” from all your customers & prospects?
– Looking at the “Legitimate Interests” processing condition

Core Principles – part 2
– Purpose Limitation
– Data Minimisation
– Accuracy

Core Principles – part 3
– Storage Limitation
– Integrity & Confidentiality
– Accuracy

Individual Rights
– Individual Rights carried over from the Data Protections Act
– The right to be forgotten
– The right to data portability
– The right to object

Accountability & Record Keeping
– The Data Controller’s record keeping obligations
– The Data Processor’s record keeping obligations

In Practice
– Top Tips to comply beyond this course
– Understanding your data
– Protect your data
– Love your data!

Completing the Course:

Delegates must complete all units of the course and successfully complete the 4 quizzes.

Qualification Expiry:

The qualification expires 2 years from the date the delegate completes the end-of-course quiz.

Purchasing Licenses:

The course is purchased through acquiring licenses. Each license allows one delegate to undertake the course.

Continuing Professional Development:

PGA Professionals will be credited with 10 CPD points by The PGA for successful completion/participation of this course, as part of the PGA’s Member Education Programme. PGA Members also qualify for a preferential rate through enrolment via the PGA members website.

Looking to train your staff to demonstrate your compliance? Try our new “GDPR for Staff” course – click here.