This privacy statement applies to all services, products and activities of Keyteach Limited.
We will treat that information in accordance with current legislation and will not supply your details to other organisations without your permission. With your express permission, Keyteach will share your personal information such as your name, company name, email address and telephone number with trusted partners for the purposes of organising joint events and for providing information and communication about the services requested by you. Under such circumstances, we will make it clear which organisations that we will share your information with when collecting your personal information and we will use your personal information to contact you about other events, products, offers and services that may be of interest to you.
Your information will be disclosed where we are obliged by law to do so. We will hold your data on our systems in a secure manner and in accordance with current UK Data Protection legislation. We may contact you for promotional purposes, such as notifying you of improvements to the website or new services from Keyteach and by entering your personal data on the website it is assumed that you agree to be contacted for such purposes unless you specifically state that you do not want to receive such communication. Please note that you can opt out of any marketing communication via differet media from Keyteach Limited using the following link: http://keyteach.com/unsubscribe
If you choose to pay by Debit/Credit card, we will not store your financial details in our systems, this includes Credit or Debit card numbers or any other information relating to the card used for payment of our services.
PRIVACY AND COOKIES
In a number of places on this website, personal data is requested. Personal information is information which can be traced to individuals, such as a phone number, email, ip address or home address. Keyteach strives to secure the personal data you leave behind during a visit to our website, to process and manage so that your privacy is protected and guaranteed. When using Keyteach.com you may be asked to submit personal information about yourself (e.g. name and email address) in order to use some of our services. By entering your details, you enable Keyteach to provide you with the services you have selected.
We ask for your information for the purpose, on your own request, to inform you about Keyteach and its partners. In addition, when applying (online) for a job at Keyteach, information like name, address, telephone number, CV data and other information relevant to the job is collected. The information you send in such cases will be collected, stored and used in order to answer your request or your application. All information provided to Keyteach will be treated confidentially and, unless explicitly stated otherwise, not be provided to third parties, unless this is required by law or by the judicial authorities.
Besides personal data, Keyteach uses “cookies.” A cookie is a small file which is stored on your hard drive by a server and is only recognised by the server which stores the cookie. When using our website the pages you see, together with a 'cookie', are downloaded to your computer. The majority of websites will do this as cookies enable organisations to find out whether a computer has visited a website on a previous occasion. This is done on a future visit by checking the existence of the cookie that was left on your computer on the previous visit. Information supplied by cookies can help us to provide you with a better online user experience and assist us to analyse the profile of our visitors. For example: if on a previous visit you went to our custom education pages, we might find this out from your cookie and highlight customised offerings on subsequent visits to keyteach.com.
Users have the opportunity to set their computers to accept all cookies, to notify them when a cookie is issued, or not to receive cookies at any time. The last of these, of course, means that certain services cannot be provided to a user and you therefore may not be able to take full advantage of all aspects of a website. As every browser deals with this in a different way, users should check the Help section within the browser to find out how to modify cookie preferences.For further details about cookies and information about how to remove them from your PC, please visit http://www.aboutcookies.org.
In addition to the standard cookies outlined above keyteach.com also uses Adobe Flash Local Shared Objects ('LSO' or 'Flash Cookies') as a way of remembering user information within our web order forms. Unlike standard cookies these LSOs cannot be located from within your browser. Standard HTTP cookies save no more than 4KB of data, whilst the LSO cookies can save up to 100KB and deleting cookies will not remove LBO or Flash Cookies. To check your computer for Flash cookies and find out how to delete them you should visit the Flash Player Settings Manager page of the Adobe website. The Storage Settings display all LBOs (Flash cookies) that are currently saved on your computer. You can delete Flash Cookies from individual sites or all at once. It is also possible to increase or decrease the Kilobyte size of all information that is stored on your computer. Adobe does not have access to the settings that you see in the Settings Manager or to personal information on your computer.Use of Personal Information: When you supply any personal data to keyteach.com, we will collect the data in a way that explains how we will use it and we will let you know why we are requesting the information. Information you provide to Keyteach will be used by Keyteach and its service providers only.
Keyteach processes and manages personal data by future, current and ex-employees, customers, suppliers and business relations (customers) in a variety of (information) systems. For these processes, the Keyteach privacy statement applies. In case of questions please submit them in writing to:
The Privacy Officer
3 Station View
These conditions, as well as controversy or claim arising out of or related to the terms and conditions are governed by English law. Keyteach may change these terms without notice. These changes apply immediately when posted on the website.
Keyteach processes and manages personal information of future, current and ex-employees, customers, suppliers, customers and business relations in a variety of information systems. This takes place with a variety of purposes: e.g. on the basis of legal and/or contractual obligations, with a view to a (future) employer/employee relationship, seeing a business interest or at the request of the person concerned.
Keyteach processes personal data in accordance with the applicable national and international laws and regulations, contracts and relationships with customers, suppliers and the (privacy) policy of Keyteach. In the handling of and access to personal information, Keyteach gives a high priority to the protection of personal information. Keyteach treats personal information as confidential and with the greatest possible care.
Personal information is only stored if the processing of personal information for a legitimate purpose exists, which is explicitly defined. Keyteach strives to be as transparent as possible about the processing of personal information. Furthermore, Keyteach assesses, at each processing, the proportionality and subsidiarity test, which dictates that the infringement on the interests of the information subject is not disproportionate in relation to the purpose, and that the purpose cannot be realised on another with respect to the processing of personal information for the person concerned. Stored personal information is accessible only to employees of Keyteach, insofar by their function that this is necessary.
Keyteach secures its systems based on information classification against loss and/or any form of unauthorised use or processing. Keyteach uses appropriate technical and organisational measures to secure information. However, Keyteach is and will not be held liable for unlawful access to computers or files, spread viruses or other illegal programs or files, or any other consequence of the provision of information to Keyteach. Keyteach does not share any personal information with third parties without prior explicit permission of those concerned unless there are legal obligations, such as for example in the framework of investigations by judicial organisations and/or supervisors.
Keyteach reserves the right to make changes to this privacy statement.
MODIFICATION OF THIS PRIVACY STATEMENT
All amendments will be published on this page. We recommend that you consult this privacy statement so that you always have the content of the applicable privacy statement. This privacy statement was last amended on 19 January 2018.
Keyteach Ltd is registered in England and Wales
Company No: 06442627