At North East Scotland College we collect personal information from our students and staff. We do this so we can provide education and learning, and comply with legal requirements. We’ve always been careful with your information but it makes sense that you should have more control over it too.
The new laws under the General Data Protection Regulation (which replace the Data Protection Act 1998) give you greater clarity on how your personal information is managed. You have legal rights about the way we manage and use your data, including the right to:
- ask for a copy of it
- make changes to your data if it’s inaccurate
- ask us to stop doing something with your data
Our Guide to Your Data Rights will explain these rights — and the other rights you have — in more detail.
If you have any questions about how we manage and use your data or would like to ask for a copy of the data we hold, our Data Protection Officer can help:
Jacqueline Gillanders, Data Protection Officer
North East Scotland College
Aberdeen AB25 1BN
We use privacy notices to provide you with more explanation on how we use your personal information in different circumstances.
We have recently updated our privacy notices and you can read or download a copy here.
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