This page was last updated on 17 May 2018.
CKC Seminars respects the privacy of visitors to its website(s). The employees of CKC Seminars commit themselves, carefully and confidentially, in accordance with the applicable rules concerning privacy legislation, to deal with the data collected via the website(s).
When do we process data?
CKC Seminars processes data that you provide when you register for our services (congress, seminar, course or master class). We also process your data if you request information regarding participation or participation in our services. Your data may also be processed during a call for papers procedure or survey.
What data do we collect?
CKC Seminars collects the information necessary to make the best possible use of our services and to be able to invoice you for the use of these services. CKC Seminars does not process any particular personal data such as race, religion or health. We collect your name, job details and contact information, such as address, telephone number, email address, interests/fields of expertise and preferences of the sessions to be followed.
What do we use your data for?
CKC Seminars uses your data to;
- communicate with you about the implementation of the agreed services
- inform you about our services if you have requested it
- to add you to our mailing list if you have requested it
- inform you about services that are tailored to the interests/areas of expertise you have indicated
- to be shared with a selective number of partners of our congresses.
Processing of data
We carefully process and protect personal data. In doing so, we comply with the applicable laws and regulations with regard to the protection of personal data. This is one of the reasons why our websites are equipped with a secure SSL connection. CKC Seminars uses security procedures to prevent, among other things, that unauthorized persons gain access to personal data or that personal data is lost.
Adjusting or removing your personal data
Our mailings always contain a link where you can unsubscribe directly from our newsletter or change your personal details and interests/fields directly.
On our websites, visitor information is kept up to date, such as the pages most frequently visited by a website visitor. The purpose of this is to optimize the operation of our websites.
CKC Seminars has signed a processing agreement with Google that no data will be transmitted for additional Google services. We have also made Google Analytics anonymous. You can disable cookies in your browser, without this having far-reaching consequences for the use of the website. However, this may result in certain parts of the website being inaccessible to you.
Links to other websites
CKC Seminars takes the utmost care with the composition and content of its website(s). However, CKC Seminars does not accept any liability for the correctness and completeness of the website(s), or for the direct or indirect consequences of acts or omissions based on this website(s). Under no circumstances can rights of any kind be derived from the content of this website.
CKC Seminars reserves the right to improve or otherwise change the information on the website at all times. No textual and/or graphic representation of the website(s) of CKC Seminars may be reproduced or made public, in any form or in any way whatsoever, or stored in a computerised (data) file, without the prior written permission of CKC Seminars. If you encounter errors, mistakes or other disturbing matters on the website(s) of CKC Seminars, you can report these to us by e-mail.