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Tavistock Relationships is committed to protecting and respecting the privacy of prospective employees, contractors, volunteers and interns. We comply with the Data Protection Act 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulations.
Please follow the headings below to read about the way we manage data submitted on this form.
If you use our website enquiry service to contact us regarding any of our service, we will ask you to provide us with your name, a method of contacting you and information about your enquiry. We will only use this information to respond to your enquiry
Where your data is stored?
Your information is stored in Salesforce CRM upon submission, where only the relevant respondent can view it.
How long is it stored for?
If you decide not to proceed with registering for our services we will keep your enquiry details for up to one year after the end of your enquiry. After this time your details will be deleted.
When you use our website we obtain information about you from cookies which tell us your IP address, when you visited our website and which pages you looked at.
It is possible to switch off cookies by setting your browser preferences. If you would like to turn cookies off you can do so by clicking ‘no’ when prompted by our cookie notice. Turning cookies off may result in a loss of functionality when using our website. As an example, if you turn off cookies, some information like anonymised ‘User ID’s’ for logging into systems will not be retained, so you will need to retype them each time.
Cookies are stored for a maximum of 6 months, though most expire much sooner.
Tavistock Relationships adheres to a professional code of ethical standards which includes the principle of confidentiality. This means that we would not disclose information about you to a third party without your agreement, except in situations where there was significant concern about harm to you or someone else and this would normally be discussed with you beforehand.
We ensure that access to your personal data is restricted to members of staff who require access as part of delivering our service.
The GDPR gives you certain rights in relation to the data we hold about you. You can exercise the rights outlined below by contacting us:
In writing to Privacy, Tavistock Relationships, 56-60 Hallam Street, London, W1W 6JL Telephone 0207 380 1975
Under the GDPR you can:
We have specific data protection policies for each of our services and if you go on to become a client, then you can access the policy of the service you enquired about here:
Training and Eventshttps://tavistockrelationships.org/contact-us/privacy-policies/training-events-privacy-policy
Recruitment and selectionhttps://tavistockrelationships.org/contact-us/privacy-policies/recruitment-selection-privacy-policy
Building Relationships for Stronger Familieshttps://tavistockrelationships.org/contact-us/privacy-policies/brsf-privacy-notice
Between Us Apphttps://tavistockrelationships.org/contact-us/privacy-policies/between-us-privacy-policy
10 New Street, London, UK, EC2M 4TP - Tel: 020 7380 1975Registered Charity Number: 211058. Tavistock Institute of Medical Psychology.Company number: 241618.
10 New Street, London EC2M 4TPTel: 020 7380 1975Registered Charity Number: 211058. Tavistock Institute of Medical Psychology. Company number: 241618.