It is necessary for Study House and our associated companies UK Distance learning and Publishing and Kendal Publishing Ltd to collect personal data on the students we enrol. This policy outlines how we will use and store that data.
To allow the administration of courses Study House may request the following information:
Date of birth
For potential students that choose not to enrol this data is deleted after 3 months. If a student chooses to enrol this information is kept as long as is required to administer their course and gain accreditation.
Personal data is used in the administration of courses only. We do not send unsolicited marketing emails or post and will never share your information with third parties except with organisations directly involved in administering a course for the purposes of gaining certification.
All information that we receive will be stored securely and in accordance with all current legislation. We will also adhere to industry and internet best practices with regard to storing your information.
Disclosure of personal information
We may provide information about you to our employees and agents in order to administer any accounts, products and services provided to you by Kendal publishing.
All students and potential students that are under 16 must have a parent or guardian’s permission before supplying us with data. We cannot store data or administer a course without it.
Application to view or amend data
You can apply to see the data that we hold at any time or ask us to delete the data that we hold or correct any data that you feel is inaccurate. Please contact us on 01539 724622 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to make an application.
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