This privacy statement describes how IoPT Norway – The Institute for Trauma Work collects and uses personal information.
IoPT Norway – The Institute for Trauma Work, by the general manager, is responsible for the company’s handling and processing of personal data. The statement contains information you are entitled to when information is collected from our website (section 19 of the Personal Data Act) and general information on how we process personal data (section 18, first paragraph, of the Personal Data Act). The basis for collecting the information is the purchase of service (course registration) and consent (when registering for a newsletter).
We gather information to provide our customers with the best possible services. When you register for a course with us, we save the information you voluntarily provided to us by filling out the registration form. This includes name, email address and billing address etc. We use this information to process your order, including billing, sending reminders and course materials, and addressing special needs such as food allergies. In addition, we can send you information we consider useful to you about our goods and services. We do not pass on the information you provide to third parties, with the exception of authorised data processors with whom we have a data processing agreement. Since the information you provide when ordering the course constitutes a sales contract, this information is retained in our customer register in accordance with the Accounting Act.
When you sign up for the mailing list to receive IoPT Norway – The Institute for Trauma Work’s newsletter, we only collect your email address and will only use this for sending out IoPT Norway – The Institute for Trauma Work’s newsletter. Your email address will not be passed on to any third party and you may opt out of the list at any time. The email tool we use for mailing is called MailChimp.
Our publishing solution (WordPress with plugins) places cookies on your machine. These are used to give you a functional user experience on our websites.
None of these cookies allow us to link information about your use of the site to you as a person. Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can change your browser settings to prevent this from happening.
According to Norwegian law, you can at any time gain access to what information we have stored about you, and have these corrected or deleted if you wish, by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.