SliepenbeekVanCoolwijkVanGaalen (“SCG”) respects the privacy of its clients, the visitors to its websites www.scg-advocaten.nl and www.scg-opleidingen.nl, and those who have registered for classes/courses/training courses at SliepenbeekVanCoolwijkVanGaalen Opleidingen.
This Privacy Statement provides a description of the manner in which SCG processes your personal data and how you may exercise your rights pursuant to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We process your personal data in compliance with the requirements of the privacy regulations. Personal data will only be processed as described in this Privacy Statement.
General visitor data are recorded on the website. In this context, especially the computer's IP address, the time of request and the data a visitor's browser provides may be registered and used to obtain statistical information about the website's quality and/or effectiveness.
Our website uses 3 types of cookies: necessary cookies, analytical cookies and social media plugins. A cookie is a small text file that a website you visit may place on the hard drive of your computer or mobile device. This text file stores information about your visit. This information is accessible by the website during a return visit.
Necessary cookies are cookies a website needs to function properly. Examples are cookies remembering your preference for cookies or the language in which the website is displayed.
You are in control of cookies and can decline them by modifying the cookie setting in your browser. Most browsers will indicate how you can refuse storage of cookies, how you will be notified about placement of a cookie and how you may remove stored cookies. However, by refusing storage of cookies or removing already stored cookies, you may not be able to use (all) features on our website.
We regularly send email messages announcing our (latest) course catalogue to a group of (potentially) interested people. When you register for one of our courses, we collect the name of your organization, your name, address, postal code and place of residence, your phone number, your email address, as well as any specific questions with respect to the course and the course selected by you.
You can apply for job openings and student internships at SCG through the website or by email. You can also send us an open application. If you do so, we will collect your name, address and residence, date of birth, gender, your application information (CV, motivation letter, list of marks/grades, internship reports), as well as other information you may provide. We will retain this information up to four weeks after conclusion of the application procedure. Where appropriate, we may request permission to retain information for a period up to one year after conclusion of the application procedure.
We are aware that you have certain privacy rights (access, rectification, deletion, limitation, objection and data portability) with respect to the processing of your personal data. To execute your privacy rights, please send a request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, stating ‘Execution privacy rights’, or by mail to SCG, stating ‘Execution privacy rights’, Parklaan 54, 5613 BH Eindhoven. We may ask you to provide proof of identity for verification purposes.
If you believe that our processing of your personal data is a violation of the privacy regulations, you can file a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority. Additional information on this subject is available at www.autoriteitpersoonsgegevens.nl.
SCG does not share your personal data with third parties for commercial purposes. Furthermore, SCG is compliant with the regulations prescribed by the NOVA.
We reserve the right to modify this Privacy Statement. Please refer to this page for the latest Privacy Statement.
If you have any questions about this Privacy Statement or your privacy, please send an email to (email@example.com), stating 'Privacy Statement SCG Website', or contact us by mail at the address below.
Privacy Statement SCG Website
5613 BH Eindhoven
This Privacy Statement was last revised in: October 2018