EngineeringUK, acting as the data controller, is responsible for ensuring that the information you provide to us and we in turn provide to our partners and affiliates is protected and secure.
EngineeringUK provides access to the tomorrowsengineers.org.uk website (the "website") subject to the conditions set out on this page.
Head of Digital
25 Basinghall Street
London EC2V 5HA
Any information which you submit to us may be stored by us in full accordance with the aims and scrutiny stated above.
Some information we collect is obligatory and some information voluntary. Where obligatory information is deemed to be of a “sensitive” nature, you will clearly be informed of the reason for the required details and asked for consent for its storage and use.
EngineeringUK operates an “opt-in” policy, which means that we will not send you any unsolicited mailings/newsletters without your express consent.
If you wish to unsubscribe from any of our services you can do so by contacting us directly through any of the channels mentioned above.
We will, within a reasonable timeframe, provide you with a complete list of all the information we hold on you upon request. We may cross-reference publicly available data referring to you. Should you wish to request a copy of the information, please contact our Compliance Officer, Ryan Richardson on 020 3206 0409 or email rrichardson@engineeringUK.com
We are happy to de-register you from any services that you may have subscribed to; simply contact us through any of the channels above. We will delete any and all information relating to you if you de-register.
EngineeringUK and all subsidiary companies is the sole owner of your personal information, and we will not sell, share or transfer this information without your specific consent. If we should acquire any of your details from other sources, we will seek guarantees from the provider that consent has been given by you for their sale. We may, from time-to-time, decide to make public, disclose or sell anonymous, statistical information gained from analysis of a significant sample of our database.
We may, from time-to-time, decide to make public, disclose or sell anonymous, statistical information gained from analysis of a significant sample of our database.
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First party cookies are set by the website that you are visiting (in this case, us) and can only be read by that website. Third party cookies are set by an organisation other than owner of the website. These might be for measuring traffic or for allowing a visitor to watch a video from that third party.
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