Calderdale Council is registered with the information Commissioners Office (ICO) under the provisions of the Data Protection Act 2018. The Council takes its responsibilities under the Act very seriously.
Yorkshire Urban and Rural Teaching Partnership does not store or collect any personal information about site users. The website will record your name, email address and other information if you sign up for the newsletter or events. The information provided by you is collected for the purposes of updating you about Yorkshire Urban and Rural Social Work Teaching Partnership news and events. Completion of this form/sharing your information with us constitutes explicit consent from you for us to process your data for this purpose.
As part of our partnership arrangements we may share this data with organisations within the Yorkshire Urban and Rural Social Work Teaching Partnership (Calderdale Council, Kirklees Council, City of York Council, North Yorkshire County Council, University of Huddersfield and the University of York).
You may withdraw this consent at any time by writing to Miriam Loxham, Westgate House, Halifax, HX1 1PS or by email email@example.com. In addition, you have the right to contact us to see what information is held about you, to have inaccurate information corrected, to have information removed from our system unless we are required by law or a statutory purpose to keep it.
You also have the right to complain to the Data Protection Officer if you feel that your data has not been handled in accordance with the law. The Council’s Data Protection Officer is Tracie Robinson and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your name, contact details and employer are recorded electronically on our system to maintain up to date records. This information will be kept for a maximum of three years or until such time as the data is reviewed by us, the mailing lists ceases to exist or is removed at your request.
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Overall, cookies help us provide you with a better website, by enabling us to monitor which pages you find useful and which you do not. A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you choose to share with us.
You can choose to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer. This may prevent you from taking full advantage of the website.
You can easily remove any cookies that have been created in the cookie folder of your browser. For example, if you are on Windows machine, here are the steps on how to use Windows Explorer to erase cookie files:
- Click on ‘Windows Explorer’
- Click on ‘Tools’
- Click on ‘Internet Options’
- Click on the ‘General’ tab
- Click on the ‘Delete’ button in the ‘Browsing History’ section
- Click on the ‘Delete Cookies’ button next to the ‘Cookies’ section
- Close when finished
- Click on the ‘Ok’ button to close
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