Participation in NADPO

To join NADPO as a new member, or on behalf of a sponsored new member, please follow the appropriate link below to purchase an annual subscription. Do this before booking a place at our next conference (includes catering) so as to avoid being charged the guest fee payable by non-members. Please note that conference places can be booked via the events page at www.nadpo.co.uk (free to current members when they are logged in to their NADPO account).
  1. We first need to know whether you are paying for yourself or paying on behalf of an organisation, such as an employer, to sponsor one or more nominated people. Please choose one of the following by clicking on the appropriate box:

Personal Transaction
Choose this if you are paying with your own money
£130 per year

Corporate Transaction
Choose this if you are paying with corporate funds and/or to register as a proxy payer such as a budget holder or accounts clerk (you will not incur any additional cost as a payment facilitator but we will need to know your contact details separately from those whom you are sponsoring).
£130 per person per year

The National Association of Data Protection Officers (NADPO) offers a programme of conference events for our members and guest attendees including invited speakers giving presentations on specialist topical issues relevant to the Information Governance profession*, networking opportunities, and plenary discussions. Our AGM is normally held as part of the November event.

*Subject matter includes Data Protection Act (DPA), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Freedom of Information Act (FOI), Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act (FOISA), Environmental Information Regulations (EIR), Privacy & Electronic Information Regulations (PECR), Human Rights Act (HRA), Inspire Regulations (relates to spatial location data), Reuse of Public Sector Information Regulations, (RPSI), Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA), etc.

  1. You can also register separately to receive our newsletter at no extra charge. Explicit prior consent to receive targeted digital messages is required by law under the Privacy & Electronic Information Regulations.