What personal data do we gather from you?
We collect personal data in a variety of ways from different parts of this website. We gather such data from our contact section in order that we can contact you and respond to any questions and needs that you may have.
If you purchase on-line training from us then we will only collect from you such data as we require to deliver the on-line training in accordance with your needs. We will need to contact you in respect of certain administrative matters connected with the on- line training that you have purchased, such as invoices.
Right to access, correct and delete data and to object to data processing
Our main aim in gathering your personal data is to provide you with a customised service. We use personal data in order to know our customers better and to manage customer relationships. For example, we use your data to communicate with you about our services, keep our records updated and manage accounts and payments. If we provide you with training through our website, we will need to customise that training to your needs. We also use your data if we wish to notify you of a new or expanded service that you might be interested in.
It is important that information that we hold on you is accurate and up-to-date. Please therefore make sure that you inform us promptly of any relevant changes to your data.
If, at some time in the future, we were to use your personal data in ways other than those set out in this privacy notice, then we will notify you about this and seek your permission to do so.
Management of personal data
As a general rule, we do not sell, share or disclose your personal data to any third party.
From time to time we may use other companies and individuals to provide services to us, such as delivering orders or processing credit card payments. These companies and individuals have access to the personal data needed to perform their functions and not for any other purposes. They must process such data in accordance with this privacy notice and the Data Protection Act 1998.
We may disclose your personal data to any third party if we believe in good faith that such disclosure is necessary to (a) comply with the law or legal process (b) prevent fraud (c) protect the rights and property of Inductus Ltd and of its customers (d) to enforce our conditions of use or (e) protect against misuse or unauthorised use of this website.
If, in the future, a third party acquires Inductus Ltd or substantially all of its assets (whether by merger, acquisition, reorganisation or otherwise) customer data, including personal information, may well be one of the transferred assets.
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Questions or complaints
By submitting your personal data you consent to the use of that data as set out in this policy. If you have any questions, concerns, comments or complaints about this privacy notice and/or our collection or use of personal data, or if you believe that the data that we hold on you is inaccurate or if you wish us to stop processing your data for any particular purpose or purposes, then please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.