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RACC Privacy Statement

This website is operated by RACC (Richmond Adult Community College).  The College understands your personal information is important and we are committed to protecting your privacy in the online environment.  Our privacy statement refers only to the RACC website and does not extend to other sites linked to or from this site.
The following information discloses the way we gather and disseminate information exclusively for this web site.  Some information that we obtain will be passed to third parties.

 

Freedom of Information Act 2000

Richmond Adult Community College recognises its responsibilities as a public authority within the meaning of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, and supports the promotion of transparency in the conduct of public authorities.

 

The College has adopted a publication scheme in accordance with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) model publication scheme for Further Education colleges.

FOI publication scheme [PDF, 51KB]

 

Should you wish to make a request for information which is not included in the College’s publication scheme, please use the Information Request Application Form.

Information Request Application Form [PDF, 33KB]

 

Should you wish, following a request for information, to complain about the way in which the College responded to that request, please use the Information Request Complaint Form.

Information Request Complaint Form [PDF, 28KB]

 

Data Protection Act 1998

Personal information that we collect from you will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.  This information is used for processing your enrolment form, by inputting your details into our student management system, providing you with information on the products and services which we offer and for website auditing purposes.  You are free to ask us to stop sending information to you at any time.

 

Monitoring of Web Site usage

We may monitor how people use our website to allow us to continuously change the site and its content to reflect the needs of the user.  We may also keep a record of those links which are most regularly used.  This information will be used to develop new and improved methods of meeting the users requirements.

 

Cookies

Certain data may be collected by "cookies" which are small text files placed on your computer's hard drive by your web browser.  This enables us to collect information such as the time spent on our website and the pages visited. For more information click here


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