Data Protection and Cyber Security Training Workshops 

Developing a culture of best practice data privacy, cyber security, technology and child protection in your school through 9ine's professional development.


Why Attend a 9ine Workshop?

With training programmes specifically designed around common trends and legal requirements within education, 9ine's training provides a rare opportunity to share, develop and learn from the challenges facing schools at this moment.

9ine's DPO Essentials subscribers can make use of their complimentary allocated training places across workshops during the year.
Our unique professional development programme is designed to foster a whole school approach to both data protection and cyber security and our training workshops are relevant for all school departments and school leaders. 
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Data Protection Workshop

Request a free, 9ine virtual leadership training workshop for your school's team.

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Security and Systems Workshop

Request a free, virtual leadership training workshop for your school or organisation.


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Thanks for your help, and friendly and approachable training sessions.

What was once a total rabbit in the headlights feeling has turned into confidence and understanding of a complex and broad subject. I'm always glad to have the 9ine 'safety net' when things get a little overwhelming...


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Translating our years of experience consulting with schools the new 9ine app provides an intelligent, efficient approach to   manage data protection, cyber security and technology.

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Register for a webinar or listen on demand and stay up to date with the latest changes in data protection and associated law and hot topics in cyber security. 

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