What is and what is not FIPPable?
What can I withhold and what must I release?
Can I charge fees?
What happens if an applicant requests a review by the Commissioner?
Is my public body collecting, using and disclosing personal information in the right way?
Am I going too far or not far enough in protecting personal information to the required standard?
How do I respond to a privacy breach?
Have you been asking these questions lately? This intensive one-day seminar directly addresses these and many more relating to access to information and privacy compliance under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA). A FIPPA expert will lead participants through the full span of access and privacy requirement, providing detailed description and analysis of the legislative right of access standards, allowable exemptions, search, severing and response procedures, fees, requests for correction, third party notices, collection, use and disclosure rules, correction and accuracy, security requirements, and regulatory risks.
The seminar will use slides, scenarios, examples and participants’ input to unravel the complicated requirements and implications of the legislation, discuss “hot issues”, and identify strategies that you can apply in your setting.
Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the course.
The course is essential training for FIPPA coordinators, executives, IT managers, governing officials, contractors, and any public body employees who need to manage the information they create, use, and maintain. Public bodies subject to FIPPA include:
- Provincial government departments and agencies;
- Planning and conservation districts;
- Police Boards;
- Universities and colleges;
- School divisions and districts;
- Health regions and bodies.
Class Time: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Cost: $320.00 + GST (lunch and refreshments included)
FALL DATE TBD
Space is limited, so please register early!
We can also come to you. Consider staging this workshop anytime at your own facilities for your own staff or in conjunction with other local municipalities. Up to 30 participants can attend for a flat fee of $3,200 plus travel expenses. Contact Cenera at 800.387.8797 or [email protected].
If you need to cancel your registration, the cancellation deadline is 15 calendar days prior to the date of the scheduled course.
Refunds will only be provided if written notice is received by Cenera prior to the cancellation deadline. After this, participants may send a substitute in their place, or choose another eligible course in the current Training Calendar.
Collection, Use and Disclosure Purposes
Personal information collected during the registration process will only be used for the purposes of registering you and processing your payment for the course, based on your deemed or implied consent. Please contact Rick Klumpenhouwer at 800.387.8797 if you have any questions or objections about how your information is being collected or used.
If you have any questions about the collection, use, and disclosure of your personal information in this process, please contact Rick Klumpenhouwer, Privacy Officer, at 800.387.8797.
About the Instructors
Joan Dunlop, BA, LLB, CIAPP/P has been a FOIP analyst with a major police service and works with a wide range of provincial and local government bodies as a FOIP consultant and expert in Western Canada, assessing and developing access and privacy programs, providing program support, and leading FOIP training sessions.
Rick Klumpenhouwer, MA, MAS, CIAPP/M brings over 20 years of experience as a FOIP Director in a major health region, and as a FOIP expert consultant, educator, and speaker, for governments, businesses, and non-profit organizations across Canada and internationally.