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Future Skills Short Course

Data Privacy Management

Lead a successful data privacy program and deliver strategic value within your organisation. Develop the capability to mitigate data risk and become a thought leader in consumer protection and trust.

Time commitment
6 weeks (6-7 hours per week)
Time commitment
6 weeks (6-7 hours per week)

Learn work-ready skills and knowledge to transform your career

Teaming up with the best in industry, our courses lean into the future of work to deliver the best in structured, mentor-supported, 100% online education.

Data privacy is becoming business-critical for companies balancing data-driven decisions alongside global regulations and the ethical handling of consumer data. Co-created with leading industry partners Lander & Rogers and Palo Alto Networks, this course will equip you with the skills to establish, lead, and measure a data privacy program within your organisation.

In this course you will develop the capability to mitigate data risk and become a thought leader in consumer protection and trust. You will walk away from completing this program with a step - by - step playbook containing the tools and templates for implementing a data privacy program within your organisation. 

Career outlook

Take a closer look at what opportunities in the Data Privacy Management field.

Job satisfaction

Risk and Compliance Managers have a job satisfaction of 4.7/5

Industry growth

10.2% predicted job growth in 5 years

Salary expectations

The typical salary for a Risk and Compliance Manager is $125k

Job opportunities

In Australia, there are 270+ jobs available

Course overview

Learn more about our Data Privacy Management course in the video below.

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Course structure

  • What is data privacy?
  •  Why privacy matters 
  • Mapping the contemporary privacy landscape 

Learn with industry experts

Robert Neely
Robert NeelyExpert industry mentor

Our industry mentors are available to provide 1:1 feedback and guidance on your course work. Mentors on this course include people like Robert Neely. Robert Neely is a partner in the Corporate practice of national law firm Lander & Rogers. Robert is highly regarded for his expertise in technology-related matters, including complex

Sean Duca
Sean DucaSubject matter expert

RMIT Online has built our courses in partnership with industry, providing you with the latest industry insights and best practices from the real world of work. Our subject matter experts on this course include people like Sean Duca. Sean is Vice President and Regional Chief Security Officer for Asia Pacific

John Pane
John PaneExpert industry mentor

John Pane is a senior leader in privacy and data protection at Deloitte. John is a highly accomplished privacy, compliance, and risk management professional and has been working in the privacy and data protection field since 1995. Before joining Deloitte, John was the Group Head of Privacy for the Westpac Group. Prior to this,

Learner success team
Learner success teamRMIT Online

Our learner success team are here to help you with 1:1 coaching, tips on how to successfully study online, and any questions or concerns you may have.

Why choose RMIT Online

Get a world-class education and transform your career.

Real world skills

Develop skills that have been validated by industry, while getting credentialed by a world-leading university.

Industry connected

You'll gain knowledge and practical skills from renowned industry partners who are at the forefront of their field.

Flexible delivery

Advance your career while you study. RMIT Online courses let you balance work, study and life commitments.

Supported community

Be guided by a network of industry experts and peers, and supported by our dedicated success team.

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