Cours De Francais has drawn up this privacy statement to make it clear that we value the privacy of our customers. Cours De Français values the trust you have in our company and any personal information you give us will be treated with the utmost care and confidentiality. We respect your privacy and treat your data confidentially and do not make it available to third parties. With this privacy statement we inform you about our working method and what is done with your data.
We believe it is important to protect privacy law as well as possible. We have always done that, and under European legislation AVG / GDPR we place extra emphasis on it
We ensure that:
- We do not request personal data from you that we do not need for the work we do for you;
- You have the opportunity to see which of your personal data we use, why and for how long;
- Information about how you can view, correct and delete your personal data is easy to find;
- Your personal data will be destroyed in a timely and secure manner if we (or parties who work for us) no longer use them for you.
- Because we use good internal procedures and instructions for this; Because we also make agreements about privacy protection in our agreements with parties who work for us (and therefore indirectly for you);
- Because we are always available and open to questions or comments from you about your personal data.
Which personal data and why
If you provide us with your personal data, we will use it to provide you with the service you have requested and / or to inform you. We adhere to the legal retention periods for course administration and accounting. Overall, these are between 5 and 7 years after completion of the course. The details can be found in the table below:
|What do we ask for?||Why?||How long do we keep?|
|Contact details (name and address, e-mail address, telephone number||Sending teaching materials, certificates, contact with the office and trainer||In accordance with legal term
Until you unsubscribe
|Sex||To be able to address you in the right way||In accordance with legal term|
|Allergy / diet info, dyslexia, any disabilities relevant to your training||To be able to adapt the course conditions to your personal situation||In accordance with legal term|
|Preferences for ways of learning||To be able to adapt the training to your learning style||In accordance with legal term|
|Native language||To be able to match the training with your language background||In accordance with legal term|
|Language level||To tailor the training to your language level||In accordance with legal term|
|Company name and function||For the correct guidance at our office and for tailoring the training (professional jargon)||In accordance with legal term|
|Intermediate and final evaluations||For adjusting and improving the quality of our training courses||In accordance with legal term|
View, change or delete personal data
If you want to view, change or delete your personal data, you can do this as follows:
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0612304496. We will then ensure that you know what data we have about you, or that your data is corrected or deleted.
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