The Association of Business Leaders in Education (ABLE) take your privacy very seriously. For this reason we collect only the minimum amount of data necessary to enable us to provide you with membership services.
What data do we collect?
We collect personal data such as name, school, job role and contact details;
We collect payment data;
How do we use your data?
We use your data to send you our termly newsletter via Schoolzine, alert you to our events and offers, and those events and offers from our partners and/sponsors that we believe may be relevant or of interest to you. We do not provide our partners and sponsors with your contact details.
We use your payments data to process your membership fees and payments for chargeable events that you have opted to attend such as Business Networking Events.
How is your data secured?
Our data storage for files and emails is provided by Google to the following standards:
• ISO 27001 (Information Security Management)
• ISO 27017 (Cloud Security)
• ISO 27018 (Cloud Privacy)
Google operates a ‘Safe Habour’ agreement to ensure data stored outside of the EU is protected by EU data protec-tion laws.
Google is a GDPR compliant data processor and processes personal data on behalf of the data controller when the controller is using G Suite or Google Cloud Platform.
Who is your data shared with?
Your data is shared with the following organisations for the specific purposes set out below:
A representative from ABLE’s partners sit on the committee and provide funding and/or support in order to continue to provide regular quality events for all of our members. In order for us to analyse membership trends and promote our association to encourage new members to join, your data will be shared with our partners. The partners include Schools Advisory Service, SAAF Education, CODA Education, Breedon Electrical, Derbyshire County Council, Nottingham City Council, Nottinghamshire County Council.
Your right to be forgotten
Should you choose not to renew or to cancel your membership of ABLE you can ask us to ‘forget’ you. All you have to do is complete the ‘Forget about me’ form in the Data Protection section of our Website.