The Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) is the world’s first and only certification in privacy programme management. When you earn a CIPM, it shows that you know how to make a privacy programme work for your organisation. In other words, you’re the go-to person for day-to-day operations when it comes to data protection.
The course is delivered live online using MS Teams (or GoToWebinar) by an IAPP Faculty trainer. In order to minimise prolonged screen time the course is delivered over four half-days:
Module 1: Introduction to Privacy Program Management
Module 2: Privacy Governance
Module 3: Applicable Laws and Regulations
Module 4: Data Assessments
Module 5: Policies
Module 6: Data Subject Rights
Module 7: Training and Awareness
Module 8: Protecting Personal Information
Module 9: Data Breach Incident Plans
Module 10: Monitoring and Auditing Program Performance
The Body of Knowledge for the CIPM course can be viewed and downloaded from here.
If you take the CIPM exam within 3 months of the course and do not pass, you are welcome to join a future course free of charge.
Please review the Online Training Policy for IAPP Courses that details information about cancellations.
When you enrol on an IAPP course run by Purpose and Means, various personal data about you will be registered. For details on how your personal data is processed, please view the Purpose and Means Privacy Notice.
The course you enrol on is offered in cooperation with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), 75 Rochester Ave., Portsmouth, NH 03801 USA.
Once you register for the course, your name, email address, and existing IAPP membership status will be transferred to the IAPP in the USA. This is necessary in order to complete the course registration, and to allow you access to online training material, register you as a member of the IAPP, and make the required arrangements before a certification exam, if relevant.
The transfer of your personal data to the IAPP in the USA is necessary for the performance of the training course contract between you and Purpose and Means, and for the performance of the contract concluded in your interest between Purpose and Means and the IAPP.