Godel is preparing its workforce for GDPR training that will initially see around 14 divisional heads of staff prepared for the changes that come into effect in May 2018. Godel’s senior management including QA, software development, business analysis, project management and data science professionals will then transfer their newly acquired knowledge to their teams via internal GDPR workshops – including every new starter to the business.

“GDPR is the biggest shakeup in data protection in over a decade and will affect how to navigate the software development lifecycle as well as also impacting Godel’s commercial and marketing teams – like other businesses,” explains Neil Turvin, CEO, Godel Tech.

“We see this training as completely necessary in order to protect business continuity for ourselves as well as our clients and strengthen our reputation as a development partner who puts quality at the heart of our offering.”

GDPR requires substantial work to assess the risks and implement new controls before it enters into law in May 2018. The course will equip Godel’s employees with a solid knowledge of the practical implications of the changes.

Training will begin on November 23, 2017.