• Foster employability of young learners and employees in the Health sector providing them with the new Data Protection Skills Sets, achieving higher connectivity between the emergence of new job roles and associated skills needs from the 2016/679 Directive.
  • Enhance transparency, comparability and harmonization of Sectoral skills and qualifications of data protection employees, providing a new Occupational Profile which includes the new “soft skills” needed in the data privacy area.
  • Support the setting-up of  two new VET Curricula:  preparation of a learning-outcome based DPO Curriculum & a Training course for DPOs in Health sector & trainers that are going to cover “horizontally” the main areas of skills and competences and share a common learning experience among them at a European level.
  • Create a standardized VET Certification for DPOs that is going to validate the abilities and competences of potential Sector employees.
  • Develop a new Work Based Learning Scheme that is going to provide the necessary linkage between VET Training and Actual Work and enhance real learning about real issues in the data privacy sector, based on Healthcare industry actual needs.
  • Foster cross-border, transnational and interregional mobility for DPO’s in the Health sector that leads to knowledge transfer and new job opportunities