We deliver Information Governance training with a difference, using creative learning pathways and interactive videos. We also have a few funny ones to break up the day, pictorial slides and practical case scenarios.
Is to change the perception of Information Governance, make training fun avoiding death by power point and empower leaders working in IG.
Jacqueline is highly qualified with an MSC in Healthcare Management, BA Hons in Business Management, and holds a BSC Certificate in Freedom of Information and a Data Protection Practitioners qualification.
Jacqueline has spent 10 years working within the NHS and has extensive experience working with all aspects of Data Protection and Information Governance. Jacqueline’s creative leadership style and proactive approach to data protection has led her to be an inspirational leader and as quoted by her colleagues and clients “her positive attitude is infectious” and “totally human in her approach”.
Laura is an accredited Police Detective having spent 11 years working within the Police service. Laura left the police to pursue a career within Information Governance and is now a qualified Data Protection Practitioner.
Laura holds outstanding Investigative skills and has a keen eye for detail. Over her time in the police she worked in a variety of roles including Serious and Organised crime, Fraud, Intelligence, Child Abuse, Cyber Crime, and Bribery and Corruption.
Barry is originally from Stoke on Trent and started nurse training in the RAF in the early 1970s, working in Occupational Health through to the 1980s. He moved to Welfare Work for MoD in the later 1980s and moved into IT Training for a private company and for HMP Cardiff.
In 1997 Barry completed a return to nurse practice, working in A&E, and continued to work as a Nurse in A&E and senior clinical duties at nights and weekends.
In 2000 Barry became the Data Protection Officer, and then the Information Governance Manager at West Suffolk Hospital. Barry founded and has Chaired the Eastern Region IG Forum since 2003, and chair of the NHS Strategic Information Network (SIGN). He is a proactive locally, regionally and nationally in IG development. Barry prefers face-to-face training to e-learning and is an advocate of Information Governance Peer review. He moved from West Suffolk Hospital to Colchester Hospital in February 2014 as Head of IG & Health Records. He is now an independent data protection consultant and trainer.
Barry has extensive knowledge assessing and implementing GDPR/Data Protection readiness programs. He is an excellent sense of humour and is a true gentleman.
Andrew is an ambitious and highly motivated health and social care professional with over 20 years’ experience in the sector. He is a passionate Information Governance and Data Protection practitioner who, since 2005, has worked with a variety of healthcare information processes across the NHS and independent/charity sector, including provider, shared business and commissioning services.
Andrew works with passion and enthusiasm to maintain the Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability and Accountability of patient and staff Personal Confidential Data, as well as corporate information. Andrew thoroughly believes that when it is expertly managed, it improves the experience and quality of care that patients receive, while maintaining organisational professionalism and reputation.
He is an Accredited Member of the IRMS, and was Nominated for its 2017 “Professional of the Year” Award. In 2018 he was nominated for the Information Commissioner’s Office “Data Protection Practitioner’s Award,” and is the proud winner of the IRMS “Author of the Year Award”.
Emily is a highly focused PRINCE2 certified and Information and Records Management Society accredited professional with extensive public sector records management experience and clients within the private sector. Emily is a key influencer, negotiator and filled with enthusiasm for what at times can be considered a dull subject(!) – with these skills Emily is able to portray the importance of compliance to senior staff and boards and undertake large projects to change an organisation’s approach to records management, delivering within budget and on time. Emily is keen to provide knowledge and advice surrounding solutions to either pre-existing records management problems or setting up systems to get the best out of a systems functionality.
Emily is currently the Vice Chair for the IRMS, where she has served on the Senior Leadership Team for over seven years, also as Director of Groups, where she led nearly 20 officers who run the geographical and specialist interest groups and also Director of Training and Representation.
Emily is a documented author of the NHS Code of Practice for Records Management, having worked with NHS England, the Department of Health, the National Archives, the Information Governance Alliance and NHS Digital
Emily started in the profession in 2007. Emily’s specialities include GDPR & Records Management as a combined subject matter in helping towards compliance with GDPR using Records Management techniques, SharePoint Information Architecture, requirements and implementation, Information Asset Registers, Data Flows, Offsite Storage, BS10008:2014 & Scanning, Retention Schedules & Policies, EDRMS, E-Payslips, Systems Implementation, Contract Management, Audits and project work.