Financial, Administrative, and Professional Services Training Council's commitment to privacy

FAPSTC is committed to protecting the privacy of those who access its internet site and is committed to complying with the Privacy Act, 1988 and the associated National Privacy Principles ("the NPPs").

It is important that readers of this statement note that FAPSTC may change its internet privacy statement and privacy policy from time to time as part of FAPSTC's commitment to ensuring that it complies with all of its obligations under the NPPs. Persons who access the FAPSTC internet site are urged to check to see whether FAPSTC has amended its internet privacy statement or privacy policy by returning to this site from time to time. To assist in this process, the date of the last update to this internet privacy statement is recorded at the top of this statement. Further, the date of the last review of FAPSTC's privacy policy is noted on that document.

Information collected on the FAPSTC Internet site and use of that information

FAPSTC will only record your e-mail address if you send FAPSTC a message. That address will only be used for the purpose for which you have provided it and it will not be added to a mailing list or used for any other purpose without your prior consent.

FAPSTC collects information on its internet site when FAPSTC members or the public complete on-line forms. When information is provided to FAPSTC in this way that information will only be used for a purpose made known to you; a purpose you would reasonably expect; a purpose required, authorised or permitted by any law; or a purpose otherwise authorised by you.

Persons who do not wish their personal information to be used for any particular purpose should not hesitate to advise FAPSTC of that fact.

Links to third party web sites

The FAPSTCinternet site may contain links to other web sites. These web sites are conducted by third parties and FAPSTC does not control the content or the information collected on these websites. You should refer to those web sites directly or to the authors of those sites to obtain details of the privacy policies relevant to those web pages.

Further information

Should any person have any queries regarding FAPSTC's use of personal information in relation to its internet site or have any other queries regarding FAPSTC's Privacy Policy they should not hesitate to contact FAPSTC's Chief Executive Officer at

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