The School of Positive Psychology

Privacy Policy

Our privacy policy explains how we treat your personal data and protect your privacy when you use our Services. By using our Services, you agree that The School of Positive Psychology (‘The School’) can use such data in accordance with our privacy policy.
You will ensure that at all times you use the Services, the Properties have a clearly labeled and easily accessible privacy policy that provides end users with clear and comprehensive information about cookies, device-specific information, location information and other information stored on, accessed on, or collected from end users’ devices in connection with the Services, including, as applicable, information about end users’ options for cookie management.
You will use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that an end user gives consent to the storing and accessing of cookies, device-specific information, location information, or other information on the end user’s device in connection with the Services where such consent is required by law.
The School respects your privacy and endeavours to protect the personal information you entrust us with. Therefore we have established a regime for the responsible collection and handling of personal information concerning staff, students, prospective students, individual clients and other individuals. Individuals have the right to access their information, which is held by the School, and rectify any errors made.
Personal information collected with the individual’s consent will be used to help improve our service to you and inform you of upcoming events. This information is also necessary for us to process your application, registration or enquiry and for the planning, monitoring and enhancing the quality of educational courses.
If you cannot or do not wish to provide the necessary information, the School might not be able to meet the purposes for which the information was sought for.
The School will not reveal customer information to any external organization unless required by law. We will not sell, trade, or rent your personal information to any third party organization.
In the unlikely event there is a breach in this Policy, there is an established complaint procedure for investigation and rectification. A written complaint must be forwarded to Student Services within FOUR (4) months of the time the complainant first became aware of the apparent breach. The complaint must specify details of the apparent breach. Disciplinary action may be taken against any person who breaches this policy, including a summary dismissal in the even of what the School considers to be a serious breach by a staff member.
The School will take reasonable steps to ensure that all personal information it holds will be protected from misuse, loss and unauthorised access, modification or disclosure. However, we cannot be responsible for any unauthorised wilful use and from risks, which are inherent in all internet communications.
The School reserves the right to change this policy with or without notice from time to time.