We are committed to protecting your privacy and maintaining the security of any
personal information received from you. We strictly adhere to the requirements
of data protection legislation in the UK in the use, storage and disclosure of
information which you have given us and which we collect about you.
The purpose of this statement is to explain to you what information we collect,
and how and why we collect it.
When you register with Eslbase
We collect information about you when you register with us. We ask you for your
name and email address and to tell us whether you are a teacher or an
employer/training centre. We use this information to provide you with the most
appropriate features and resources when you sign into your account. You can
check, update or remove this information on your
account page. We may also use this information to contact you from time to
time, but only if you consent to us doing so during the registration process.
When you register with the Eslbase forum
You can also register with the forum. In this case we ask
you for a username and an email address. Once you have registered you can choose
to provide more information about yourself in your account area, for example
your interests, birth date and location. In all cases you have the option of
what information in your account is publicly displayed. You can change these
options and update or remove your personal information by signing into your
forum account. You also have the option to opt-in or opt-out of
automatically generated emails from the
phpBB software which powers the forum.
When you submit information in a form
We collect information that you submit voluntarily through forms, for example
when you add a comment to a page, post in the forum or post a job advert. Any
information that you submit voluntarily in this way will be available for other
visitors to see. For example, if you include your email address or other
personal information in an advert or comment, this will be visible to other
your browser from a website's computer and is stored on your hard drive. These
cookies allow us to distinguish you from other visitors to the website, helping
us to provide you with a good user experience and allowing us to improve the
site. You can choose to disallow cookies by changing your browser settings.
However, by doing so, you may hinder your user experience on this and other
websites. The cookies we use are as follows:
- We use analytical cookies. These allow us to recognise and count the number
of visitors and to see how they move around the site when they are using it.
This helps us to improve the way our website works, for example by making sure
visitors are finding what they need easily. You can read more about the
individual analytical cookies we use and how to recognise them
- When you browse the forum, the phpBB software creates
a number of cookies. The first two cookies contain a userid and an anonymous
session id, automatically assigned to you by the phpBB software. A third cookie
is created when you browse topics within the forum and is used to store which
topics have been read, to improve your user experience.
- We use third-party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit
Eslbase. These companies may use information (not including your name, address,
email address or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites
in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you.
If you would like more information about this practice and would like to know
your options in relation to·not having this information used by these companies,
here. Google, as one of these third-party vendors, uses the Doubleclick
cookie to serve advertisements. You can opt out of the use of the Doubleclick
cookie by visiting the
Google Ads preference manager.
Third party websites
We may include links to third party websites that are controlled and maintained
by others. It is your responsibility to review the privacy and cookie policies
of these sites. We are not responsible for the policies and practices of third
You can find more information about UK data protection legislation at the
Information Commissioner's website. If you have any questions about this
or click here.