Terms & Conditions

Terms and Privacy

Disclaimer

This web site is operated under the control and direction of Hull Training. While the information contained on this site has been given in good faith, Hull Training cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information and hereby expressly disclaims any responsibility for error, misinterpretation and all or any loss, disappointment, negligence or damage caused by reliance on the information contained on this site or any failure or alleged failure in the delivery of the services referred to herein, or in the event of the winding-up, liquidation or cessation of trade of Hull Training. Confirmation of the accuracy and currency of the information should be sought from Hull Training direct. Hull Training hereby expressly disclaims to its fullest extent any responsibility for advice or opinions of Third Parties which may appear on this web site and for any loss or damage arising in consequence.

Privacy & Cookies

Your personal information

Hull Training does not capture and/or store your personal information when you access our website unless you agree to give us your personal details by email or online form. Information obtained in this way will be held securely, only be used for the purposes indicated and will not be kept for longer than necessary. Find out more about information and privacy Information about your visit Our website automatically logs some information about your visit such as your browser type and the length of your visit. We use this information to understand how visitors interact with the site so we can make informed site design improvements. We do not collect personal data and this information can not be traced back to you.

Cookies

Cookies are used on some of our web pages for recording information within our website, to help enrich your browsing experience. Cookies are used on this website to

1. personalise pages on your return visit (for example to remember the last username used to log in to the website so that it may be filled in for future visits)

2. maintain data related to the user during navigation (for example a cookie will remember the information you have entered into a form so you can navigate between pages of the form and your information will not be lost)

How to disable or enable cookies

You can change the settings in your browser to accept or block all or certain cookies. Please note that by blocking cookies you will not be able to use certain areas of our website which need to use cookies to function (for example the online payments service or library catalogue). The following instructions explain how to change your cookie settings. These instructions are based on a PC platform.

Firefox

Cookies are enabled by default in Firefox. The following instructions explain how to change your cookie settings –

1. Select Tools > Options > Privacy (tab)
2. Set the Firefox will: option to Use custom settings for history
3. Check Accept cookies from sites to enable cookies. Uncheck Accept cookies from sites to disable cookies
4. Select OK

Third-party cookies are cookies that are set by one site, but can be read by another site. Some advertisers use these types of cookies to track your visits to the various websites on which they advertise. The following instructions explain how you can disable third-party cookies in Firefox –

1. Select Tools > Options > Privacy (tab)
2. Set the Firefox will: option to Use custom settings for history
3. Uncheck Accept third-party cookies (this will be checked/available if Accept cookies from sites is checked)
4. Select OK

Visit the Firefox website for more information about disabling and enabling cookies in Firefox

Internet Explorer

The following instructions explain how to change your cookie settings in Internet Explorer –

1. Select Tools > Internet Options > Privacy (tab) > Advanced (button)
2. Select the Override automatic cookie handling option
3. ‘First Party cookies are set by the website you are visiting. Third Party cookies – set by a different website to the one you are visiting. The options for cookies are –
a) Accept – accepts any
b) Block – blocks all
c) Prompt – asks you before storing a cookie
4. Session cookies expire when you have finished your session on the website (some websites need these cookies enabled them to function correctly).
5. Select OK.

Google Chrome

The following instructions explain how to change your cookie settings in Google Chrome –

1. Select Tools (or the Spanner icon) > Settings > Show advances settings > Privacy > Content settings (button) > Cookies (tab)
2. Choose from the following options –
a) Allow local data to be set (recommended)
b) Allow local data to be set for the current session only
c) Block sites from setting any data
d) Ignore exceptions and block third-party cookies from being set
e) Clear cookies and other site and plug-in data when I close my browser
3. You can select Block sites from setting any data to block all cookies, then select Exceptions to add sites you do want to set specific settings for.

Data Protection

The Data Protection Act 1998 requires anyone who keeps personal data to ‘Notify’ the Information Commissioner what they are doing. The Act also entitles individuals to find out what information is being help about them. Day to day enquiries for personal information Various areas of the council receive and answer informal requests from people for information about themselves on a daily basis. For example, people asking how much they owe in library fines. We will continue to deal with such enquiries from individuals in an informal way, at the council offices where the data is held. Your right to information under the Data Protection Act The Data Protection Act gives you the right to apply for a copy of data about yourself. You may appoint someone to apply on your behalf (such as a relative or a solicitor). In order to help you, and ensure confidentiality, we will need to ask you for evidence to confirm your identity, such as a driving licence, or a birth certificate and for information to allow us to find the data you want.

Cost For each subject access request there is a fee payable of £10.

Make a request

Please download and complete the subject access request form available from and return it to –

Information governance
Legal services
Room 154
The Guildhall
Alfred Gelder Street
Hull
HU1 2AA

Copyright Notice

Unless otherwise stated, the copyright and any other rights in all material on this site are owned by Hull Training. You are permitted to print and download extracts from this site on the following basis:

1. use of documents and related graphics on this site is for information and/or personal use only and may not be reproduced for sale or gain;

2. any copies of these pages saved to disk or to any other storage medium may only be used for subsequent viewing purposes or to print extracts for personal use;

3. no documents or related graphics on this site are to be modified in any way;

4. graphics on this site are not to be used separately from the accompanying text;

5. the Hull Training copyright notice (ie: Copyright © Hull Training) must appear in all copies;

6 . no part of this site may be reproduced or stored in any other web site or included in any public or private electronic retrieval system or service without Hull Training’s prior written permission;

7. any rights not expressly granted in these Terms are reserved.

Terms of Use

Access to and use of this site is provided by Hull Training subject to the following Terms and Conditions.

1. Use of this site constitutes your acceptance of these Terms and Conditions which take effect when you first use this site. Hull Training reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time by posting changes online. You are responsible for reviewing regularly information posted online to obtain timely notice of such changes. Your continued use of this site after changes are posted constitutes your acceptance of this agreement as modified by the posted changes.

2. While Hull Training endeavours to ensure that this site is normally available 24 hours a day, Hull Training will not be liable if for any reason the site is unavailable at any time or for any period.

3. Access to this site may be suspended temporarily or permanently and without notice.

4. While Hull Training endeavours to ensure that the information on this site is correct, no warranty, express or implied, is given as to its accuracy and Hull Training does not accept any liability for error or omission.

5. If any part of this site contains materials submitted to Hull Training by third parties, then the third parties are responsible for ensuring that materials submitted for inclusion on this site comply with national and relevant foreign law. Hull Training cannot guarantee the accuracy of this material and hereby expressly disclaims any responsibility for error, omission or inaccuracy in the material, misinterpretation and any or all loss, disappointment, negligence or damage caused by reliance on the material contained on this site or any failure or alleged failure in the delivery of the services referred to herein, or in event of the bankruptcy, liquidation or cessation of trade of Hull Training or any company, individual or firm referred to herein. Confirmation of the accuracy and currency of the information should be sought from the establishments concerned.

6. Hull Training shall not be liable for any damages (including, without limitation, damages for loss of business or loss of profits) arising in contract, tort or otherwise from the use of or inability to use this site, or any material contained in it, or from any action or decision taken as a result of using this site or any such material.

7. Hull Training accepts no responsibility for the content of any site to which a hypertext link from this site exists. Such links are provided for your convenience on an ‘as is’ basis with no warranty, express or implied, for the information provided within them.

8. If any of these terms should be determined to be illegal, invalid or otherwise unenforceable by reason of the laws of any state or country in which these terms are intended to be effective then to the extent and within the jurisdiction in which that term is illegal, invalid or enforceable, it shall be severed and deleted from the clause concerned and the remaining terms and conditions shall survive, remain in full force and effect and continue to be binding and enforceable.

9. By accessing any part of this site, you shall be deemed to have accepted these Terms in full.

10. These Terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law.

IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, DO NOT USE THIS SITE.

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