Cookies are small pieces of data stored as text files on the hard drive of your computer or device which collect standard visitor information, including preferences (for single or for multiple visits), in order to ensure an efficient user experience.
There are various types of cookies, some of which are necessary for technical reasons, such as membership login and registration, whilst others may be more for personalised preferences.
The website has been produced and built in WordPress leading to the use of ‘necessary’ cookies which are essential for performing basic functions (such as account related functions for registered users).
Other types of cookies include, but not limited to, those used for functionality purposes such as storing visitor preferences, analysing performance through visitor website interaction (used to optimise/improve the website functions), advertisement cookies and third party applications/cookies (such as social media platform sharing buttons).
Further information on the types of cookies subjective to the hosting platform can be found on WordPress.com. You can limit and restrict cookies on your computer or device but in some cases certain website functions may become limited if you chose not to enable cookies.
Through engagement with our website we may collect, use and track data from site visitors, registered users and purchasers of our products.
Information collected may include names, email addresses, location data, any other information given to us by yourself including forms and financial information and information subjective to Cookies.
The data gathered is used for marketing via email notifications of when certain products may become available, analysing location demand in order to book venues (for seminars and mock-test events) at more popular/high-demand locations, and to further enhance, develop or improve our content, products and services. We may share data with third parties involved in the development and maintenance of our website.
The internet is not fully secure for transmission of information and since privacy cannot be assured we cannot guarantee the security of your data. You transfer data at your own risk and we accept no liability for damage you may incur by sending personal/confidential information to us.
We will try to maintain data in a secure manner once obtained by trying to prevent unauthorised access and attempt to maintain compliance where applicable. It is your responsibility to keep your account details and passwords secure.
We may use hyperlinks to external websites and we are not responsible for the privacy, terms, conditions and content on those websites. This policy only applies to our website. We reserve the right to contact you if you provide us with your contact details or register with us.