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How To Create a Training Event Landing Page That Makes People Want To Sign Up

A user-friendly, well-thought-out registration form can make all the difference when it comes to the number of attendees for an event. But, first thing's first - Creating an attractive and easy-to-use registration landing page on your website is imperative when it comes to encouraging sign-ups.

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How To Create An Effective Registration Form For Your Training Event

Whether you're launching a brand-new workshop or running a well-established seminar or training series, an effective registration form can make all the difference when it comes to the number of sign-ups you get. But there’s more to event registration forms than just taking payment and reserving places. The additional value of your event registration form lies in effective data collection and its subsequent use.

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Discover What the GDPR Means for Your Training Operations with Our Free Webinar

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Is your training company ready for the GDPR? Befuddled by the new regulations? Not sure if your data processes are secure and compliant?  We've got you covered, with a two free webinars to help your training business navigate the incoming GDPR laws to ensure full compliance at all times.

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GDPR for Training Companies: How Our Software Can Help You Towards Compliance

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We’ve made some system changes. Here you’ll discover how our training management system has been updated in response to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations. Whether you’re a processor or controller, you are liable for any third-party supplier you use. As such, if you automate any aspect of your business, your software supplier must adhere to the GDPR principles.

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How Automation Can Help Your Training Business Comply With the GDPR

It's less than two months until the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force. On May 25th, 2018, businesses around the globe will be processing data in a whole new way - with the threat of increased fines for non-compliance.

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GDPR for Training Companies: Processors, Controllers and Liabilities

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Do you know who in your training organisation is responsible for data protection? The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was the biggest change to information security since the Data Protection Act, and in addition to increased rights for individuals, there’s also a change in terminology and increased liabilities for businesses who collect, store and process personal data. If you want a refresher on what the GDPR means to your training business, read this blog.

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How To Increase Your Online Course Bookings Using Email

Do you struggle with your course promotion techniques? You’ve got all these valuable training courses – but even for the largest organisations, raising awareness, spreading the word and increasing your online course bookings isn’t always easy.

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Data Breach: What to Do When You’re Attacked

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It's critical, in this data-soaked world, to keep your data secure. Confidential delegate or employee details, such as names, addresses and even biometric details, need to be under lock and key - with access granted only to those who really need it. Whether you're using spreadsheets or dedicated software for training companies, the rules around the data you hold on delegates, and how you use it, are about to change.

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Ransomware: What It Is and How to Protect Yourself Against It

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Was your computer one of the estimated 200,000 machines that were left debilitated by last week’s global cyber-attack by ransomware known as ‘WannaCry’? Did you even know that ‘ransomware’ was a thing, and would you know what to do if your computer ever came under attack?

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DDoS Attacks: What They Are and How to Prevent Them (or 'Did I Just Help Break the Internet?')

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If you’re reading this, good – that means the internet isn’t dead yet, then. It was a bit touch-and-go back there for a second, wasn’t it? No more Twitter. No more Spotify. No more Reddit. All of them, alongside Amazon, Etsy, Netflix and others, were taken down by a pretty sophisticated DDoS attack. And you thought the biggest problem Twitter had was trolls and celebrities discussing their favourite flavour of crisps.

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