Eduwhere respects your privacy. We will not share, sell or give away your name, email address, mailing address or other personal information.
We collect only the information necessary to provide our online training services.
We publish an email newsletter which is strictly operated as an "opt in" mail list. The email addresses for the newsletter are not shared with any third party and are only used to deliver the newsletter.
Personal Data: When registering for a course, we collect personal data to create an account for your enrollments and financial transactions. The data includes your name, company name, job title, email address, mailing address (city, state, zip code, country), phone number, fax number, unique username, and password. It may also include other information your employer has requested we collect (for example, division or facility name).
Usage Data: We also collect usage data automatically when using our website. This may includes: your device's IP address, browser type and version, the pages of our website you visit, the date and timestamp of your visit, time spent on pages, unique device identifiers, and other diagnostic data.
We collect your information in several different ways. We collect information directly from you (for example, when you create an account by enrolling in a course). We also collect your information when you are interacting with our website (for example, we record your exam scores when you take an exam as part of a course). We also collect information from the browser software you use while using our services (such as your browser's type and version(e.g., Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc)). We also collect data via our vendors and partners, such as Google and Smartsupp, that help us analyze our website traffic and provide customer support. We also collect your information via our advertising partners, such as Google and Bing, for the purpose providing targeted advertising.
We use your data to provide and maintain our website service, including providing online training services. Your data is also used to restrict access to your account, including enrollments, test scores, and financial transactions. We also use your data to contact you by email, phone, mail, or other similar electronic forms of communication regarding your account, training status, financial receipts, certificates, training documentation, certificate expiration notices, financial status, reminders, and technical support issues. We may also use your mailing address to send certificates and training documentation by post. We may contact you via our email newsletter with news, regulatory updates, special offers, and general information about other goods, services, and events which we offer that are similar to those you have purchased or inquired about, if you have opted in to our newsletter mailing.
We may share your personal information with:
Our company securely stores your data on our cloud services provided by Rackspace. In order to maintain your training data, we store your personal information indefinitely, not to exceed eternity.
While we take industry standard precautions regarding the safety of your personal information, no electronic transmission or storage of information over the internet is 100% secure. We cannot guarantee that your personal information will be safe from hackers, oppressive governments, benevolent governments, or other prying eyes. Despite our efforts, no website, mobile application, or database system is hacker-proof or completely secure.
Cookies are small files which are stored on a user's computer. They are designed to hold a modest amount of data specific to a particular client and website.
Our Data Protection Officer is Woody Taylor. Any questions or concerns related to privacy or cookies can be sent to our DPO at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) regulates how websites are allowed to manage the personal information of California residents. We do not sell personal information. Period.
“The "hands-on" approach with looking up material in the Dangerous Goods Handbook, exercises to complete in the modules prior to taking the exams, visual pictures/notations etc.--not a "static" on-line course, but very interactive.”Dale P. (Consulting)
“The freedom to work on my own pace and the information provided was the same that I have received in the past in a classroom setting.”Steve P. (Medical)
“That you could read the material at your own pace OR listen to the module, but that the choice is up to the individual.”Erika S. (Consulting)
“It was well-presented in structured modules that could be done at the pace I need to do. The examples and pictures with highlighted key points were most useful.”Sheryl A. (Medical)
“I learned new things that I wasn't aware of.”Rachel S. (Industrial)