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How we Gather and use Personal Information
Assessment360 will not collect any personally-identifiable information about you (e.g. name, address, e-mail address) without you expressly agreeing to provide it to us. We may collect information about you in a variety of ways on the Site, this includes:
When you make a training booking through the Site we request the following personal data through the use of Microsoft Forms in order to fulfil that booking:
• Email address
We do not collect any financial information through the Site
This information is processed under the legal basis of consent (either implied or explicit).
The site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control and personal information collected by us is stored in secure operating environments that are not available to the public.
If your school or organisation stops working with the Assessment360, we retain your personal data for the maximum period that it is useful, unless instructed otherwise by you.
Your rights under GDPR
If you know or believe that any data we hold to perform these functions is incorrect or has changed, you have the right to request that we update it. You can also ask us at any time for details of the personal data we hold, and to update, rectify or remove it as you prefer. We may only use the data for the purposes agreed to when the data is collected from you.
Any such request should be directed to the contact details above.
If our data security is breached, we are required to notify you within 48 hours, and notify the data authority for the England and Wales, the Information Commissioners Office (ICO). If you believe we have failed in our duty to handle your data lawfully, securely and fairly, you can report this to the ICO. However, it is advisable that you raise the issue directly with us first, so that we can rectify the issue as soon as possible, before contacting the ICO if you wish.
For any request made to us, you have a right to a response and action within one month, and without undue delay.