The College of Teachers is firmly committed to respecting and safeguarding your privacy while using this website. This policy does not affect your legal rights, nor does it affect any other party. It is important to note that this includes organisations which may be linked this website. The College of Teachers does not warrant any product or service offered by any third party on this site as being fit for purpose.
We collect, store and use the following information about you:
We use this information to:
Will will not:
All financial transactions are secured with industry standard SSL technology. We take the greatest of care with information about you both online and offline. We will never ask you for password information and it is important to note that you are totally responsible for the security of usernames and passwords issued to you. We will not be held responsible for data breaches caused by unforced entry to our files, either online or offline. All staff contracts outline employee's rights and responsibilities in processing personal data and breaches are dealt with by normal disciplinary procedures.
We cannot be held responsible for the inherent lack of encryption of all web traffic and it is important to note that although we protect your data once it reaches us we cannot ensure it is not intercepted before reaching us.
Under the terms of the Data Protection Act, and in some cases the Freedom of Information Act, you have to right to see all the data held by us about you. A charge of £10 is levied for the disclosure of this information and requests will be fulfilled within 40 days of receiving a written request and cleared funds.
Matthew Martin is designated as the Data Controller and is registered as such with The Office of the Information Commissioner.