|Vollständiger Firmenname||In-Situ Executive Linguistic and Coaching Service LTD|
|Rechtmässige Anschrift||Office 32, 19 – 21 Crawford Street|
|Ort der Eintragung||Registered in England and Wales no 7217608|
|Geschäftsführer||Bryony Kate Howard Managing Director|
- These standard terms and conditions for the delivery of Online Learning Services and face to face services (“Terms”) shall exclusively apply, save as varied by express agreement accepted in written form by both parties.
- In-Situ LTD. (“In-Situ”) offers Online Learning Services (“Services”) and face to face services provided to users (“User”) online or directly. The Terms and conditions govern what In-Situ’s Online learning Services are and how they are provided. Additionally, the Terms govern the privacy of the data submitted by the User to obtain the Services in question.
1. Access to Services
1.1. Location of provision of Services
Use of the Online Services takes place exclusively online. The User can freely select their learning location. The Link to the virtual classroom is sent by the client to the trainer unless explicitly otherwise requested.
2. Confidentiality – protection of personal privacy and data
In-Situ complies with the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (officially Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural person with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data which regulates the processing of personal data within the European Union. The In-Situ website, e-mail, administration and file storage are all hosted in the EU, Germany and The Netherlands.
In-Situ will make all reasonable efforts to ensure that the Services put at the disposal of the User meet technical standards and security norms. To safeguard the confidentiality of the User’s personally identifiable information, In-Situ and its partners utilize security techniques and procedures, including daily security and vulnerability scans, software audits, firewalls, and data encryption (Secure Socket Layers). In-Situ makes every effort to protect data against loss and unauthorized access.
In general, In-Situ cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage, accidents, compensation by way of sanction, secondary damage, particular damage or any other prejudice whatsoever, in particular damage incurred as a result of loss of use or data relating to the use of the Services, nor delays relating to the use of the online classroom.
Despite these security procedures and practices, as is the case with all computer networks connected to the Internet, In-Situ cannot guarantee the security of the User’s personal information, or any other information provided over the Internet and will not be responsible for breaches of security. No method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage, is 100% secure. Therefore, In-Situ cannot guarantee its absolute security.
When registering with In-Situ during the placement test, the User agrees to provide true, accurate, up-to-date and complete personal information as required in the placement test (name, company, email address and department.) In particular, the User agrees not to create a false identity.
When the User is asked for personal information, the requested information is necessary for the execution of In-Situ’s Services, including invoicing and certification. In particular In-Situ respects the User’s privacy and does not share, sell, rent or trade the User’s name or personal details to other organizations or use them for marketing purposes. When the User is asked for personal information for other purpose(s), In-Situ will do so only pass on the User’s data if the User has given consent to the processing of their personal data. In-Situ will inform the User about the basis of the lawfulness of processing their data.
In-Situ uses any collected information to:
- Deliver the Services and products that the User has requested and tailor them to the User’s needs (billing and language level identification);
- Contact the User about their use of the Services;
- Generally improve the content and functionality of the Services and the Website
- Enforce In-Situ’s terms and conditions;
- Manage In-Situ’s business;
- Perform functions as otherwise described to the User at the time of collection;
- Access personal Information such as email address.
If the User’s personally identifiable information changes, or if the User no longer desires the Services, the User may correct or amend some of their personal information by informing In-Situ by email. The User can ask to delete their data by contacting In-Situ.
4. Who In-Situ Shares The User’s Information With
In-Situ may provide the User’s personal information to companies that provide Services are necessary for In-Situ for its business activities such as to third parties (trainers). These third parties are authorized to use the User’s personal information only as necessary to provide these Services to us.
To ensure the quality of In-Situ’s Services, In-Situ will provide the results of the User’s placement, progress and achievement tests, and the User’s activity results to the In-Situ trainer assigned to the User.
In-Situ may also disclose the User’s personal information as required by law, such as to comply with a subpoena, or similar legal process and/or when In-Situ believes in good faith that disclosure is necessary to protect In-Situ’s rights, protect the User’s safety or the safety of others, investigate fraud, or respond to a government request.
If In-Situ is involved in a merger, acquisition, or sale of all or a portion of its assets, the User will be notified via email and/or a prominent notice on our Website of any change in ownership or uses of the User’s personal information, as well as any choices the User may have regarding her/his personal information.
In-Situ may also disclose the User’s personal information to any other third party with the prior consent of the User to do so.
In-Situ may post User testimonials on its Website which may contain personally identifiable information such as the User’s name. Publication of testimonials is subject to the User’s prior written consent. If the User wishes to have her/his testimonial removed she/he shall contact In-Situ (see contact details clause 9 below).
6. Content of Services
The educational Services provided by In-Situ are set out on the website www.In-Situ.eu.com.
In-Situ will continuously monitor its privacy practices and continued compliance with the Directive and the Terms.
If In-Situ makes any material changes to these terms and conditions, In-Situ will notify the User by email or by posting a prominent notice on the Website prior to the change becoming binding. In-Situ encourages the User to periodically review this page for the latest information on In-Situ’s privacy practices.
9. Contact In-Situ
For questions regarding this Policy or about the privacy practices, please contact In-Situ at: In-Situ LTD, Office 32, 19-21 Crawford Street, London. W1H 1PJ.
10. Protection of Intellectual Property
The User hereby agrees that In-Situ is the sole owner of the In-Situ teaching materials and that the same, at all times, shall be and remain in the sole and exclusive property of In-Situ. The User does not acquire any right, title, interest or claim of ownership of such In-Situ teaching materials by reason of using In-Situ’s Online Learning Services. The User agrees not to record and publish the Online Learning Sessions unless explicitly agreed upon by In-Situ.
11. Law and jurisdiction
These Terms will be governed by in accordance with German law.
Any disputes relating to these Terms will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Germany.