Privacy Policy

This privacy policy exclusively unveils the privacy affairs for Foster Education. The policy oversees how we collects, uses, maintains, and discloses information collected from various users. This privacy policy applies to all the products and services offered by the Foster Education Website.

1. Collecting Information

The information about the ordered copy is collected from one of the records or brochures. We collect more data to fill your requests, such as name, date of birth, email, and postal address if you consent to send the additional information about the Centre, the preferred courses, accommodation, or events related to your concerned course.

2. Usage of Information

The collected information will be taken to reserve and if you give us consent to send you more details like electronic communications or printed materials about Foster Education. Furthermore, we offer different services and programs like student support, promotion, course information, and scholarships.

To conduct quality assurance checks and market research, we may also contact you to ask about your satisfaction with the information we provide and understand your experience in the admission process. The data provided by you will not be sent to third parties. The data will be only used to evaluate our activities' impacts and track the progression through education if you approve.

3. Legitimate source for personal data processing

Upon your consent, we will process your data before the application. Once you have made an application to our Centre for studying, we have a genuine concern to speak about our institute, courses that we offer, and any additional information you need to decide whether to enroll with us. We have legal necessities to report to the government on sincere interest to broaden higher education for the understated groups.

4. The period until Personal Information is Detained with Us

The frequently collected personal data will be detained with us for a minimum of two years. However, we will retain your data until five years after your program is finished to estimate the long-term influence of our widening support activities, except when you tell us. Once you apply to our Centre, you should fill out the agreement notice that we will provide to you after joining, and the data you provided to us will be in order with the Centres’ maintenance schedule.

If you want to withdraw your agreement, please email us at admission@cdm.london

5. Special Category Data

The activities like those related to broadening the participation to Centre from represented groups will first need to collect the data classified as a distinct type of personal data under the data protection legislation, which comprises details of race and origin. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is processed based on the public task under Article 6 as the data is collected in the interest of the public to improve the admittance to higher education and condition J of Article 9(2) of GDPR states: The necessary rights and the interest of data subject is processing the necessary public interests to achieve purposes, historical or scientific research purposes or statistical purposes for the protection. For the analysis and research purpose, the data may be shared among the organisation or government bodies working on behalf of the government.

6. Sharing of Personal Information

The information you provide will be processed by the Centre and awarding bodies working with the Centre that has GDPR compliance process in place (for example, the company which posted the letter on Centre behalf). We will be sharing the information with our subsidiaries, our related partners, awarding bodies, subcontractors, and the employees providing the services to you. To create an account and access the company, we will share the information with the company supplying Online Library services. Furthermore, information is also shared with other companies if we buy or sell the assets or business. It is a considerable part of our company assets attained by another party. To comply with the regulatory and legal requirements or enforce the terms and conditions or any other agreement, we must share the information.

7. Your Rights with Us

Our Centre is responsible for using the Data Protection Act; under the legal protection, you own the following rights, or you have the right:

  • • To request us to discontinue from Personal data processing and your personal choice, we lessen our data processing activities.
  • • To request us to correct or delete your data if it is incorrect.
  • • To request a copy of the data you provide to us.
  • • To request to cease receiving our promotional advertisement.
  • • To request for retrieving your data in a specified format, however, you have to collect it from the added data controller.

Kindly note that we may ask you to confirm your identity before responding to such a request. If you cancel your account, certain Personal information cannot be eliminated from a user account, including the date of birth, age, etc. After account cancellation, we also maintain the right to clutch your personal information if such information is necessary to obey a legal requirement or to solve any conflicts or disputes.

8. Data Security

The security of your information is essential to us. We use commercially analytical purposes to secure your personal information from illegal divulgence or access. All staff is obligated to obey the procedure and methods of Centre concerning data security. Moreover, the data is transmitted in a secure format from one place to another, but remember that transmission process across the internet is 100% secure. If you have any objection to the security processes or want to know more about the same, you can directly contact our Data Protection Officer.

9. Data Transfers To Third parties

To store and process the information, we may relocate it to outside the European Economic Area (EEA) in the countries which do not have data protection laws as strong and that in place within the EEA. The information which you do not want to be transferred or stored outside the EEA should be avoided while sending. You have to agree and consent to us in storing and transporting it out EEA before sending the information. The data will always be in encrypted, secure or password protected formats whenever the data is transferred to one place to another.

10. Usage of Cookies

The website uses “Cookies” to personalise your online activity and save your time. Cookies are small pieces of data sent by an organisation to your computer, and that is placed on your hard disk by a web page server, also, when you revisit the same website page, the server will allow the organisation to recognize the user. A cookie helps the webserver to recall your customized feature, except it contains information that personally identifies you. Cookies cannot be used to deliver a virus or run the program to your computer. You can decline or accept cookies. Please refer to your web browser's instructions you can usually modify your browser settings. If you prefer to refuse cookies, you may not be able to expertise several foci of our website.

11. Third party websites

If you click hesitant links from our website that link to third-party websites, we do not have any control over that. We are not responsible for these third-party websites. Please read the privacy policy carefully, and our privacy policy does not apply to the privacy practices of those sites.

12. About Data Controller

As a Data Controller, the Foster Education is listed with the Information Commissioners’ Office. Data Controller is authorized to guard the individuals’, or users’ rights governed by the Data Protection Act.

13. For More Enquiries And Grievance

If you possess any dilemmas on this privacy policy or other privacy queries or concerns or you to want to suggest any complaints regarding our privacy policy, you should directly contact our Data Protection Officer. The details referred below;

Data Protection Officer
Foster Education, 44 Broadway, Stratford
E15 1XH, London, United Kingdom
Email: admin@fostereducation.co.uk

You have the right to apply directly to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) if you remain disappointed with our work.

Information Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House,
Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF
Telephone:  020 8191 0211
Website: https://ico.org.uk/

Updates to this policy- This Privacy Notice may be updated from time to time to ensure continued compliance with Data Protection law and to exhibit the best clientele.