Bexhill College endeavours to comply fully with the Data Protection Act 1998 in its handling of personal data. We aim to keep your data safely and securely and to use them only for stated purposes. Where you give us personal data through the website in order for us to provide you with a service, your data will be used in connection with that service. In some cases we may hold data for use in connection with future contacts you may make with the College.
For example, data obtained during the recruitment process may be linked with data subsequently collected if you enrol as a student. We do not sell or give your data to other organisations for marketing purposes. We may use your data to make you aware of similar services to those you may have used or enquired about. We will offer you the opportunity to decline such future contact. We may pass some of your data to other organisations if this is required by law, is necessary for the prevention or detection of crime or is necessary in order to provide particular services to you. In particular it may be necessary to share data with organisations (such as other schools and universities) that we work in partnership with or which are involved in student funding services (such as local authorities) or other collaborative arrangements.
Under the government funding regulations and/or by law, the College is required to share some personal data with government departments or agencies acting on their behalf. Some data collected may be used for our own research purposes in anonymous and non-attributable form. Please note that in most cases the College is unable to disclose information about students in response to third party requests without the prior written consent of the individual concerned, unless it is necessary to do so in order to comply with legal requirements or to prevent or detect crime. Any queries in relation to data protection issues or the use of data by the Bexhill College should be addressed to the College's Data Protection Officer.
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