This notice aims to give you a better understanding of how we collect and use your personal data obtained through our website. If you are a student of Learning Works or just visiting the page, this policy applies to you. We take your privacy very seriously, so please read the following notice to better understand our goals.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) defines your data as “any information relating to and identifiable natural person”, put simply; any information about you.
All data we collect is given to us with your understanding that we do not collect any data automatically without your knowledge. With that said all the information we collect for the below reasons, is obtained through our contact us form, and over the phone:
We only collect the minimum amount of data required and only related to the purposes mentioned below.
Testimonials are not collected through the website but are done with your permission at the academy.
We need require the application forms to be filled in accordingly to assess if you are eligable to attend the course, and to contact you should your application be accepted or denied.
We do not need as much information from you to be able to write or appear in video recorded testimonial, we do, however, require some data to increase validity and trust to potential future applicants.
We only send marketing material if you give us your consent to do so by separately registering for that service. You always have the choice to opt-out of this service. The type of marketing material would be related to courses available at the academy.
Any data relating to queries will be kept until the query is resolved. data relating to your past appointments and trading data (administration and accounts documents referring to transactions) is kept for 10 years after termination of our business relationship.
We do not transfer or disclose your data to any third parties.
You may choose not to provide us with any personal data and continue to browse our website, but we will not be able to process any customer support queries or any actions relating to your appointment bookings.
You can turn off cookies in your browser by changing its settings, however we only collect anonymous data for the purpose of analytics. This data helps us better understand our audience, so if this does not bother you, then we ask you to allow cookies.
Before collecting your data we will inform you if we intend to use if for marketing and if third parties are involved. You can opt out from receiving marketing material by contacting us on [email protected]
You can contact us on any questions you may have about your rights on [email protected]
Thanks for taking the time to read our privacy notice. We have designed it to help you understand what we do with your personal data by being transparent and clear. Hopefully we have shown you how important your privacy is to us and that you can trust us with your personal data.
We will review and post any changes to this notice regularly. We don’t want to annoy you with periodic emails that clutter your mailbox with updates to our notice, so we ask you to occasionally pop by our privacy notice tab on our website and keep yourself informed.