COURSES FOR SCHOOLS, BUSINESS AND CULTURAL ORGANISATIONS
COURSES FOR SCHOOLS, BUSINESS AND CULTURAL ORGANISATIONS
WHAT THE STUDENTS SAY;
WHAT THE STUDENTS SAY;
‘NR', a past student text to keep us informed;
"Good morning Richard, just to update you. Thank you so much for all of your help, I finally accepted Peter Symonds College for the Higher level offer and I am now enrolled on the course. It will be full time, ones a week plus a minimum of 100 hours placement though each year in a relevant setting and for only 2 years. I didn’t like the other colleges condition because the course was part-time and 3 years plus 16h/week during that 3 years.
I am due to have a baby soon and is a baby boy. You know I have 2girls already and the older’s going to Uni next September.
I will do the placement at Cliffdale school which is a special school ones a week. I am delighted with what I have done so far."
Fran emailed after a class;
"That's very kind Richard, we certainly get inspired by others. It is nice to be unsafe once in a while!!! I know that I really enjoy my Thursday group and art wouldn't be the same without it. Good Plans and lovely people.
Ryan stated when he started his teaching degree course;
“I can happily say that training in a Primary School with Chalk Talk helping me along the way was one of the main reasons I decided to become a teacher. I have now started the process, and I start my first year of University on the BA (Hons) Primary Teaching with QTS.”
Learner Privacy Notice
The Learning and Training Academy recognises the importance of protecting personal and confidential information in all that we do. Individuals have the right to be informed about the collection and use of their personal data and is a key transparency requirement under the GDPR. The Learning and Training Academy could not exercise our responsibilities and fulfil our education, training and support obligations to you without collecting, holding and using your personal data. This privacy notice is intended to inform you how we use your personal data that you have provided to us. Throughout this Notice, “Academy”, “we”, The Learning and Training Academy “our” and “us” refers to “you” and “your” refers to those expressing an interest in becoming a learner at the Academy both prior to and at formal application stage, together with those who later become a registered student at the Academy.
The Learning and Training Academy is the Data Controller for personal data we hold about you. We hold your personal data securely and restrict access to personal information to people who need to use it in the course of their duties. When collecting and processing information about you, we must comply with the UK Data Protection Act, 2018, the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
We have a data protection officer who can be contacted about any queries or concerns regarding this privacy notice or the way your personal data is being processed. The contact details are:
Data Protection Officer The Learning and Training Academy Aspex gallery Gunwharf Quays Portsmouth Hampshire PO1 3BF Telephone: 02392 160 974 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is important that learners read and retain this notice, together with any other privacy notice we may provide on specific occasions when we are collecting or processing personal information about you, so that you are aware of how and why we are using such information and what your rights are under the data protection legislation. We have a number of different reasons why we would need to process your personal data. The purpose of processing your data is as follows: For Academic purposes: to provide you with teaching, learning and support services, assess your work, record your progress and confer awards
What is our lawful basis for processing personal data? we have a legal authority to process your personal data where this is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest, namely the provision of further education. If you use optional free services like careers advice you can opt into these and withdraw your consent to them at any time. If you have applied to us through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS), a partner institution or one of our agents we will have received the information that you have provided to these bodies. We collect and use your information to: For management of enquiries with prospective learners and communication of information about our services, events and activities; Correspondence with offer holders regarding the next steps in the application and enrolment processes Enrol you as a student; Administer our programmes of study and research and associated funding and fee arrangements; Monitor performance and attendance, supervise, conduct assessments and examinations, discuss and provide confirmation of awards. To give you access to student support, IT, careers, mentoring, social, and other services to the Academy’s community; Deal with appeals, complaints and disciplinary matters promptly and fairly; Provide academic guidance and enable you to communicate with staff, your student representative and fellow learners on your programme of study; Seek your feedback on our programmes and facilities.
For Administrative & Financial Management purposes: To administer fees and paid-for services What is our lawful basis for processing personal data? If you pay fees.
To meet our duty of care to you and our legal obligations: What is our lawful basis for processing personal data? Comply with a legal obligation; Protect vital interests in an emergency; Exercise or defend legal claims or comply with court judgements; Provide medical and health services; Protect public health. To meet our legal duty of care to you under health and safety and safeguarding laws; To provide counselling and health services; To protect your vital interests or someone else’s e.g. in a medical emergency; To comply with a statutory obligation e.g. under tax or immigration law; To meet our obligations under equality law:
For public safety and the prevention and detection of crime What is our lawful basis for processing personal data? Where this is necessary for the prevention, investigation, detection or prosecution of criminal offences, including the safeguarding against and the prevention of threats to public security. Processing for these purposes includes: Use of CCTV systems to monitor and collect visual images; Monitoring use of IT facilities; Applying security, welfare and other procedural measures where necessary for the safety and security of learners and the wider community under health and safety and other relevant laws.
To promote The Learning and Training Academy What is our lawful basis for processing personal data? Where we have your consent; Where necessary for archiving purposes in the public interest.
We may take photographs, and other images and recordings of learners for possible use in our publicity and promotional material in print and online on our websites and social media. We always inform people when filming and will only feature you in such promotional material with your consent. We keep copies of promotional material for as long as required and may keep some images as achieve. For archiving and research What is our lawful basis for processing personal data? Where this is necessary for archiving purposes in the public interest, scientific or historical research purposes or statistical purposes.
While always protecting your rights to privacy we will: Keep a permanent archival record of your time studying with us; Retain copies of promotional material and other records of the Academy’s community life that may include images and other data about learners. Produce management and statistical information to monitor and improve our performance and our services to you and inform strategic planning, e.g. for recruitment
The Learning and Training Academy discloses information about learners to a variety of third parties. This will always be done in accordance with the relevant legislation. You should be aware that in many cases it is not necessary to seek your consent to share your personal data. This may be for a number of reasons, for example, the academy is under a legal or statutory obligation to provide the information.
We pass most of the information to government agencies to meet funding arrangements. This means that the Academy will pass most of the personal information and some of the sensitive information you provide to the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), and where necessary it is also shared with the Department for Education (DfE). The information is used for the exercise of functions of these government departments and to meet statutory responsibilities, including under the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009. It is also used to create and maintain a unique learner number (ULN) and a Personal Learning Record (PLR). We may share your data with Ofsted and other auditors for Analytical and statistical purposes and Hampshire Country Council and other local Authorities.
The information provided may be shared with other organisations for purposes of administration, the provision of career and other guidance and statistical and research purposes, relating to education, training, employment and well-being. This will only take place where the sharing follows the Data Protection Act 2018 and GDPR. If appropriate we may also contact your school to enable your transition from school to us. You may be contacted after you have completed your programme of learning to establish whether you have entered employment or gone onto further training or education. You may be contacted by the English European Social Fund (ESF) Managing Authority, or its agents, to carry out research and evaluation to inform the effectiveness of the programme. If your consent is required before we can share your information, then we will contact you to ask for this. If you do not consent, then your data will not be shared (unless we are legally required to do so). Personal data will only ever be disclosed in accordance with the data protection legislation in force at the time. Third parties who we share your data with include (but are not limited to): We may publish or share your personal data only where we have your consent or where one of the following conditions are met. The learning and Training Academy may also appoint people and organisations to work for us and contract with them to act as data processors on our behalf for any of the above purposes. Examples include training, setting and administering examinations, provision of email and other IT services, hosting communications services, IT systems maintenance, sub-contractors to deliver learning. For Academic purposes With a partner institution to deliver a programme collaboratively or jointly between the Academy and the partner institution such as Lily and Lime. With our external examiners: to check that our assessment of your work is fair; For official independent assessment of our programmes e.g. BIIAB And to: Verify your attendance and qualifications, e.g. in a reference for a potential employer or agency Arrange a suitable placement if this is part of your course; Publicise your award in our newsletter and in the list of awards we provide in press releases to news media and your previous school or college. You have the right to opt out of this; Enable you to participate in the National Student Survey, or other official surveys that give us your feedback on our academic quality and your student experience.
To meet our legal obligations to you and another organisation we will: Help the emergency services (fire, police, ambulance) or a health professional to protect your vital interests or someone else’s e.g. in a medical emergency; Submit statistical returns to the government or its agencies, including the Education Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), and other official bodies, such as the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) This may include sensitive data for equality monitoring purposes. You can find a copy of the ESFA privacy notice on their website which can be found here. Meet a statutory or regulatory obligation, e.g. a court order; Confirm fee payments you may make Confirm your eligibility for tuition fee funding with agencies including the ESFA, and the Student Loans Company
We store or transfer your personal data on Google drive who enact ‘Privacy Shield’ protecting your data to GDPR standards.
We keep information about you only for as long as needed to provide you with academic and support services and meet our legal obligations and rights. Almost all your personal data is destroyed securely 6 years after you leave the Academy. We keep a limited permanent record of your attendance, what you studied and your qualification grade so that we can verify this as needed and for archival purposes.
You have a number of rights over your personal information, which are: the right to make a complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) if you are unhappy about the way your personal data is being used – please refer to the ICO’s website for further information about this (https://ico.org.uk/); the right to ask us what personal information about you we are holding and to have access to a copy of your personal information; the right to ask us to correct any errors in your personal information; the right, in certain circumstances such as where our use of your personal information is based on your consent and we have no other legal basis to use your personal information, to ask us to delete your personal information; the right, in certain circumstances such as where we no longer need your personal information, to request that we restrict the use that we are making of your personal information; the right, in certain circumstances, to ask us to review and explain our legitimate interests to you; and the right, where our use of your personal information is carried out for the purposes of an agreement with us and is carried out by automated means, to ask us to provide you with a copy of your personal information in a structured, commonly-used, machine-readable format.