Training is offered to groups via Zoom and includes the following:

  • 12 hours of training (recorded sessions)
  • Electronic materials including a Study Guide and e-textbook
  • Sample exam questions
  • Exam voucher (US $550 value)!
  • A year of IAPP membership (US $275 value)!

This bundle provides significant savings over purchase of components directly from the IAPP! For training only options, contact PRIVATECH.

Facilitator: Fazila Nurani, IAPP Training Partner

CLICK HERE to download the course outline (13 modules).

Why Become Certified?

Distinguish yourself in the Canadian privacy field with a Certified Information Privacy Professional/Canada (CIPP/C) credential from the International Association of Privacy Professionals. When you earn a CIPP/C credential, you're securing your place in the information economy. You're demonstrating that you have a foundational understanding of broad global concepts of privacy and data protection; as well as a particular appreciation of Canadian information privacy laws, principles and best practices at the federal, provincial and territorial levels.

An IAPP Certification can advance your career in the privacy field and elevate your leadership profile. It also supports you in overseeing an effective privacy management program within your organization. As the gold standard in data protection credentials, IAPP certifications are trusted anywhere your work may take you. Need more reasons to get certified? CLICK HERE for the IAPP's top 10!

Comments from past learners:

"Fazila is an exceptional facilitator! She is extremely knowledgeable and able to communicate complex topics in a digestible way."

"Superb course! The review at the end of each module and the sample exam questions we covered were so valuable in helping me attain my certification! Thank you so much Fazila."

CONTACT US to schedule group training sessions for your own CIPP/C course.


Want to avoid the fines which accompany a CASL breach?

At PRIVATECH we'll train your staff on how to service your clients and do their jobs, while avoiding the costly fines which of breaching Canada's Anti Spam Law.