Keel Cottrelle LLP
Get the skills and knowledge you need to avoid costly missteps.
Now more than ever, understanding the importance of privacy and information management in the education sector is of critical importance.
School boards, staff and advisors have a legal (and professional) obligation to protect the personal information of their students and their staff. Navigating the legal landscape can be complex, but a lack of understanding can result in costly consequences.
What You’ll Learn
Overview of the laws applicable to privacy and information management in the education sector
What are the rules around consent and disclosure of personal health information?
Who is the “custodian” of student health information and what are their obligations?
Child Youth and Family Services Act: an overview of the law and how the CYFSA intersects with school obligations
Online learning platforms: unique challenges and best practices
How to prepare for and respond to privacy breaches in your school or board
Who Should Attend
School Administratorsrn(Principals, VPs)
Superintendents of Education
Directors of Education
Law enforcement offices working with schools and boards
Government and public policy advisors
Privacy or information management professionals for schools (public & private)
School board staff including mental health leads
Representatives from Federations, the Ministry of Education, and Ontario College of Teachers
Advocates for students and parents
Office of the Ombudsman
Education Law Practitioners
Special Education Consultants
Health and social service professionals
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View the 2022 program agenda to see what you’ll learn from leading experts.
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