The LWDG Hot Mess Handler Course

Privacy Policy

Last updated 16 August 2022


This privacy Policy (“Policy”) aims to inform you about how Ladies Working Dog Group (referred to as “LWDG”, “we”, “us” or “our” in this Policy) processes your personal data and tells you about your privacy rights under data protection laws.

LWDG takes your privacy very seriously and we are committed to protecting your personal data. This Policy describes what data we will obtain, how the data is used and how the data is protected.

Your access to and use of the Website is conditional upon your acceptance of and compliance with this Policy. This Policy applies to everyone, including, but not limited to: visitors, users, and others, who wish to access or use the Website. By accessing or using the Website, you agree to be bound by this Policy.

Controller’s contact details

The LWDG is the controller for the personal data we process, unless otherwise stated.
You can contact us via email or by completing our inquiry form here.

How do we get personal data?

Most of the personal data we process is provided to us directly by you for one of the following reasons:

• You have joined as a member of LWDG;
• You have purchased a course through us;
• You have made an inquiry to us;
• You wish to attend, or have attended, an event; and/or
• You subscribe to our e-newsletter.

Sharing your information

We will not share your information with any third parties for the purposes of direct marketing and we never sell your personal data.

We use data processors who are third parties who provide elements of services for us, for example running workshops, taking payment for courses, maintaining the website and hosting our data. We have contracts in place with our data processors. This means that they cannot do anything with your personal data unless we have instructed them to do so. They will not share your personal data with any organisation apart from us. They will hold it securely and retain it for the period we instruct. 

In some circumstances we are legally obliged to share information, for example under a court order. In any scenario, we’ll satisfy ourselves that we have a lawful basis on which to share the information and document our decision-making and satisfy ourselves we have a legal basis on which to share the information.