Constantly updated GDPR training is finally available in your pocket or at your desk.  Working closely with SFJ Awards and the Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC), Droman Solutions created a ground-breaking immersive training platform suitable for educating personnel in businesses of all sizes.  Importantly, this first app in a growing library, provides accredited training for all staff.  It develops their knowledge and understanding as to how all the principles and rights within GDPR affect their workplace activities.  ‘GDPR Accredited Training’ is now available in the app stores.

In 2015 Droman Solutions, working with Abertay University and Police Scotland, designed a mobile immersive learning platform to train police in the management of cybercrime and digital forensics. In 2017 the company won the Scottish Cyber Awards for their innovative cybercrime training app. Easily installed on any digital device, the apps are designed to be used wherever and whenever convenient to the student, increasing flexibility.  Besides that, it greatly reduces the real and opportunity costs associated with traditional training and e-learning

Acknowledged subject matter experts are at the heart of every app.  In the case of the GDPR app Laura Irvine, a solicitor and leading authority on data law, was closely involved throughout.  Content is kept up-to-date with any changes in guidance and identified examples of good practice will be notified to subscribers.

The apps provide interactive and immersive learning to ensure that learners are engaged and are able to apply their knowledge and understanding within realistic scenarios.  Users enter a virtual 3D environment where they engage with characters and objects to solve challenges and learn through decision-making tasks.  Knowledge is built and understanding assessed through immersive and realistic scenarios.  These ensure learners acquire the necessary knowledge and understanding to apply in the workplace.  External accreditation and certification through SFJ Awards assure the validity of the assessment.

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