Under no circumstances do we rent, sell or trade in any way, your personal data. LinguaFAST is a Language School, and our business interests only extend to providing this service to our customers. Further, we don’t get involved in any marketing activities with other organisations. However, naturally there is a need for certain data to be retained and used, and this policy sets out what we gather, how we use this data, and any very strictly limited reasons why we may disclose it to other organisations or individuals.
Within this policy document the use of the words ‘us’, ‘we’ and ‘our’ refers to LinguaFAST.
Types of data we collect:
We may collect the following information:
Contact email address
Qualifications, training and skills (for language tutors/translators/interpreters who want to work with us)
Essential contact details for invoicing and accounts
How we collect information about you:
There are a number of ways that we retain your data, but all of these are only done with your express ‘positive’ permission.
These include the following:
Your completion of any form on this website
Communication via telephone
Communication via video conference
Communication via email
Communication via social media
How we use your data:
We only use your data for our legitimate business needs, and to be able to provide the goods and services that you are either interested in or have contracted us to provide to you, or you to us. This includes the following:
Upkeep of our private data base
Use of our website
Correspondence and general communication with you to conduct business with you
Correspondence and general communication with you to provide information
Marketing (where you have provided your authorisation for us to do so)
Providing your personal information to others:
In the vast majority of cases there will be no need for your personal information to be provided to others. However, there are some circumstances where this may be needed and these are detailed below:
We may employ another organisation or sub-contractor to perform all or part of the service you have requested. Under these circumstances we may need to provide your contact details for the purposes of fulfilling our contract with you or provide documentation you have requested (an example of this may be if we need to send a specialist contractor to your site to perform a service contracted to us).
We may have to provide your personal details where we are expressly requested to do so by another entity that has the legal powers to do so (an example of this may be for law enforcement).
It should be noted that in any of the above scenarios, your data would only be provided to others if they have certified to us in writing that they are fully compliant with privacy laws applicable at the time.
Retaining and deleting your data:
We only retain your data for as long as it is needed for the purposes it was obtained.
We review our data regularly to ensure that is legitimately held and complies with this policy.
If we delete your data this is done by secure irrevocable means.
You can contact us to determine what personal data we hold about you. In these circumstances the following will apply:
We will ask for a fee of £10.00 to provide this information (you will be asked to provide a photo copy of official documentation before the information is provided).
At any time, you can advise us that you do not wish to be included in any marketing activities.
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LinguaFAST contact details
The owner of this web site is LinguaFAST
LinguaFAST is the data controller in respect of personal data gathered.
Registered address: 58 Church Street, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 3DB
Should you wish to communicate with us in respect of your personal data please contact the following in writing:
Data Protection Officer (using the address above).
Document Date: 23.07.2019