Data Protection Training Webinar Now Available

9th Apr 2018 | Technical Updates

The first Data Protection Training Webinar specifically for Methodist Managing Trustees is now available via TMCP’s website. This is the first in a series of training webinars being produced by the Data Protection Working Party to help Managing Trustees and those handling or using (processing) personal information (data) in their Local Churches, Circuits and Districts to get GDPR ready.

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Managing Trustees can now access the Data Protection FAQs and Template Consent Form from the Data Protection page on TMCP’s website. Data Protection FAQs The first Data Protection Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are now available on TMC...

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Updated Standard Document – Standard Licence

20th Mar 2018 | Property Updates

The Standard Licence has been updated and version 3 is now available to download in Word and pdf format from the Licences and Letting Property and Third Party Use pages on TMCP’s website. Please click on the link below which will take you di...

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New Data Protection Guidance

26th Feb 2018 | Technical Updates

In the run up to the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25th May 2018, TMCP in conjunction with the Connexional Team Guidance (the Working Party) is producing a tool kit of guidance, template documents, training, policie...

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GDPR Myths

26th Feb 2018 | Technical Updates

There has been a lot of hype in the media about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) focusing on exaggerated misinterpretations of the new legislation. However, GDPR is not a revolution and 25th May 2018 is not a cliff edge. Managing Trustee...

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New Guidance – Bequests page and guidance note

13th Feb 2018 | Money Updates

People often want to provide financial support to the Methodist Church to help the Church to further Mission. One way to continue to support the Mission of the Methodist Church, locally or Connexionally is to leave a bequest or legacy (Gift) to the M...

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