Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy relates to APHA Ltd’s privacy practices in relation to this website. By using this website, you accept the privacy practices described in this policy. APHA Ltd reserves the right to update this policy at any future date and will publish any changes here.

This privacy policy relates only to the privacy practices in connection with APHA website. APHA Ltd is not responsible for the content or privacy practices of other websites and you are encouraged to be aware of this when you link to other websites via the APHA website.

Personal Information

APHA Ltd fully respects your right to privacy, and will not collect any personal data about you through this website that you do not give voluntarily. Throughout the APHA website you may be asked to provide personal information such as name, address, email address, telephone number etc, for instance for membership registration. Any personal data volunteered will be treated in confidence applying reasonable standards of security, in accordance with the Data Protection Acts, 1988 & 200 and will be used by APHA Ltd only for the purpose for which you intended, and will not be made available to any third party, unless required by law.

The personal information which you provide will only be used for the purpose of delivering services to you, responding to enquiries and to inform you of upcoming courses and educational services.

Collection of Information

The APHA Website may collect statistical and other analytical information about you including how you visit the website, the search engine which directed you to the APHA website. This information provides APHA Ltd will general and not individually specific data in relation to the number of people who visit the website and return to the website, pages that users visited, page on the website at which they exited. This information helps APHA is determine the most popular parts of the website and general user behaviour in order to help APHA to continuously improve and increase the efficiency of the website for its users.

The APHA Website uses cookies to track your usage on the website. A “cookie” is a small text file that a website can use in order to recognise users who revisit a website so as to facilitate their ongoing use or access of the website and this can either be stored in memory until the browser is closed or it could also be stored on your hard drive. Users have the right to object to the use of cookies and cookies can be disabled on the user’s website browser. However, please note that certain cookies may be necessary in order to provide the user with certain features within the website such as customised delivery of certain information.