The Society for Total Education is a Community Interest Company, Company number 11964007
Registered office: c/o BPU Accountants, Radnor House, Greenwood Close, Cardiff Gate Business Park, Cardiff CF23 8AA
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What information do we collect and how do we use it?
We collect personal data from you when you join the Society. This information is protected by UK data protection law, GDPR, and held securely.
We ask you to provide us with personal details such as name and email address, and telephone number and any other information that enables the Society to further its aims. The data we collect from you is used to enable us to contact you about your membership with us and allows us to send you information about the Society; to record donations; to meet contractual and legal obligations. You must give us your consent to do all of the above by filling out the GDPR form when you join and before your data is stored.
If we want to share your information with an external party we will obtain your permission before doing so. We will retain your data only while you are a member of the Society. You will be able to access the data we retain on you at any time, on requesting the Society.
Whilst it is very unlikely that the Society may be required to disclose your user data to comply with a legal requirement, we will inform you of this requirement unless we are legally restricted from doing so.
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Email registrations to our Research Forum, submitted through this website, are stored securely, and access to the email address associated with your username is only available to the site administrators. We will not pass your details to any third party.