Privacy & Cookies
Collection and use of personal information
Certain areas of this site will require the user to submit personal information, such as name, address and email address. For example this information will be required for subscriptions and requests for further information with regards Sage Qualifications' products and services.
By entering your details in the fields requested you enable Sage Qualifications to provide you with the services and information requested. All information supplied will be treated in accordance with this policy. Sage Qualifications will act in accordance with current legislation and aim to meet current Internet best practice. Sage Qualifications are members of the Information Commissoner's Office (ICO) and are fully compliant with the Data Protection Act (DPA) 1988.
By entering your user information you accept that we may retain your user information and that it may be held by Sage Qualifications and used to inform you of future products and services from Sage Qualifications which may be deemed by Sage Qualifications as useful to you.
If you do not wish to be contacted by Sage Qualifications, other than to process your request, or have your information passed onto a third party, unless Sage Qualifications is legally obliged to do so, then please click here.
This website, and third party domains associated with it, will set cookies in your browser. Cookies are small data files that are issued by websites and stored in the browser of the user visiting the website. When the user browses the same website in the future, the data stored in the cookie can be retrieved by the website to notify the website of the user's previous activity.
You have the ability to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer.
Login and security
Most users of this site are not required to sign up and log in as members. However, if you are a registered, logged-in member of this website, a ‘forms authentication cookie’ is used. This is a temporary (session) cookie, however users can make the cookie persistent by checking the "remember me" checkbox on the login control. A persistent ‘role’ cookie is also used for registered, logged-in members. While this cookie is persistent, it only exists for 1 minute. Its contents are encrypted and containing a site ID to make sure that the ID is only applied for this site. We use the 1 minute expiry here because we want to be sure to refresh the users site roles to pick up any alterations that may have occurred e.g. if an admin has added the user to new roles.
A cookie is created called "language" to store the current language - this is simply the browser default language.
A cookie with the name ".ASPXANONYMOUS" is also created by asp.net anonymous authentication. More information can be found here.
Where we have used Twitter ‘share’ buttons or widgets, Twitter will set cookies in the user’s browser. These cookies are pid, guest_id, k, and js. More information here.
For more information about cookie use on this website, please contact us.