SEAS, Estudios Superiores Abiertos S.A.U., was founded in 2003 with the purpose of being a leading provider of distance learning. We are part of the San Valero Group, which is dedicated to training, and in line with our Code of Ethics, we place great value on honesty and transparency. With our students, clients, employees and partners, we aim to build solid, long-lasting relations based on trust and mutual interest.
SEAS Estudios Superiores Abiertos S.A.U.: SEAS Estudios Abiertos is fostering a European project to bring training and employment to areas with a low population density, known as 'Rural Needs & Mobile-Learning'. This was approved by the European Union within the framework of the ERASMUS+ programme (KA2 for development of innovation). This European project seeks to generate an intervention model that tackles specific problems detected within rural areas in Europe with a low population density. These are also characterised by ongoing ageing among the inhabitants and a lack of outreach services or trained professionals in the surrounding areas (Hereinafter, Rural Needs Project).
In the scope of distance service provision, certain personal information needs to be provided as this data is required to process and implement the services offered. This personal information is strictly confidential and not providing it means that future contracts with us cannot be put into effect.
1.- OUR COMMITMENT TO PRIVACY
When processing your data, these are the guiding principles under which we act:
- We respect your privacy and rights.
- We ensure privacy and security are incorporated into all our processes.
- We will not send you commercial information except at your request.
- You may at any time ask us to stop sending you advertising, information or newsletters.
- We will not disclose, transfer or sell your data to third parties.
- We are committed to keeping your data safe and protected.
- We are committed to being open and transparent about how we use your data.
- We will not use your data for purposes other than those for which you have provided them.
2.- ABOUT US
SEAS Estudios Superiores Abiertos S.A.U., with TIN A-50973098, based at Calle Violeta Parra No. 9, 50015 Zaragoza (Spain) and Tel. No. 976 700660, is responsible for the personal data that you share with us and is responsible for processing under the applicable data protection legislation (hereinafter, SEAS).
3.- PERSONAL DATA
When we refer to Personal Data, we mean any information or data that may directly (name or surname) or indirectly (identity document or passport) identify you.
The Personal Data we collect may include information on electronic mail, postal addresses, mobile telephone number, personal preferences, and academic or professional information. It may also include unique numerical identifiers, such as the IP address of your computer or the MAC address of your mobile device, aside from information we may obtain from cookies.
4.- COLLECTION OF PERSONAL DATA & PURPOSES OF PROCESSING
Not supplying certain information may impede management of your training request or the use of particular features or services available on our Site.
By reading this policy, you assure us that the Personal Data you provide are true and accurate, engaging to notify us of any change or modification to them.
Liability for any loss or damage to the Site, us or any third party through the provision of incorrect, inaccurate or incomplete information shall lie with the person providing said data.
4.1. What data of your do we collect?
We may collect or receive your data through our website, from forms and applications provided for this purpose, among others. In some cases, you provide your Personal Data directly (for instance, when you contact us or when you register for our courses through our websites or applications). In other cases, we collect the data ourselves (for instance, using cookies to understand how you use our websites or applications). Sometimes we receive your data from third parties, including other organisations in the Rural Needs Project, to which you have previously provided your data because you were interested in our training.
Aside from SEAS, these are the organisations in the Rural Needs Project:
- Ecoversum : http://www.ecoversum.at/07wir01.php
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.ecoversum.at
Data processing policy: http://www.ecoversum.at/07wir05.php#datenschutz
- Cooperativa Margherita: http://www.cooperativamargherita.org/info/
- Fundaçao da juventude: http://fjuventude.pt/pt/menu/6/quem-somos.aspx
When we collect your Personal Data, we indicate the mandatory fields using asterisks. Some of the data we request is necessary to:
- Formalise your registration with us.
- Provide you the training you requested.
- Keep you informed of developments and news (for instance, newsletters).
4.2. What is the legal basis for processing your Personal Data?
The legal bases are comprised of either your consent or a legitimate interest on our part. Our legitimate interest may be necessary for the following reasons:
- Compilation of statistics to help us better understand your needs and expectations and, therefore, to improve our services and products. This is also true for our websites and applications.
- To enable our website and applications to operate correctly and improve continuously by means of technical and functional cookies, thus maintaining security.
- The implementation of a service: providing you with the training requested.
- Complying with legal obligations that may come with processing personal data for substantive plans for the Rural Needs Project before the Spanish National ERASMUS+ Agency (Spanish Service for Nationalisation of Education – SEPIE).
By virtue of (i) the relationship established with us, (ii) storage of your data, (iii) our processing of the data and (iv) purpose for which they were collected, the categories of interested parties are defined as: candidates and students.
You will find further information about data processing below:
5.- WHO MAY ACCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
We do not transfer, disclose, sell or allow third parties access to your data unless under legal obligation.
However, the organisations that comprise the Rural Needs Project, as well as SEPIE, may have access to your data. For further information on their privacy policies, visit their websites.
Your Personal Data may also be processed on our behalf by our security providers: we enter into contracts with trusted third parties who perform computer security and data storage operations on our behalf. They are only provided with the information they need to provide their service and we require them not to use personal data for any other purpose.
6.- HOW LONG DO WE KEEP YOUR DATA?
We only keep your Personal Data for the time we need them for the purpose for which you have authorised them or to meet our legal obligations. Thus, the following criteria are used to determine the retention time:
6.1. Data obtained from registering for our training: these are kept while required to provide the service.
6.2. Data obtained from providing your consent to send you notifications and information: until the subscription is cancelled or you ask us to eliminate them.
6.3. Cookies which are installed on your computer: kept for the time necessary to achieve their purpose (e.g., session identification cookies) or for a maximum period of 365 days.
6.4. It is possible we will retain some personal data to comply with our legal obligations, and to administer our rights or for statistical/historical purposes.
6.5. When we no longer need to use your personal data, they will be eliminated from our systems and records, or anonymised, so that they cannot be identified any more.
7. ARE MY PERSONAL DATA SAFE?
We are committed to protecting your Personal Data and taking all reasonable precautions to achieve this. Thus, upon receiving your Personal Data, we use security procedures and protocols to process to prevent them being lost or accessed without authorisation. As information transfer through the Internet is not 100% secure, we cannot ensure the security of your data in the moment you provide them to our Site (for instance, when completing a form). Thus, any data transfer is made at your own risk.
8. LINKS TO THIRD PARTIES & SOCIAL LOG-IN
Our websites and applications may contain links to and from websites pertaining to organisations in the Rural Needs Project or to SEPIE, as well as to trade names belonging to our partners, collaborators or ourselves. If you follow a link to any of these websites, you need to bear in mind that these sites have their own privacy policies and that we are not responsible for them. Read them if you choose to browse these sites, most particularly prior to sending personal data.
Certain features of the site allow you to share information about your profile on social media with other registered users. Be aware that you do this at your own risk and in accordance with the configuration you have installed on these media and the privacy policies of the third-party owners of said applications, and not SEAS. Remember that any personal data sent to one of our social media platforms may be seen by the public, so be careful when providing certain types of data. We are not responsible for any action taken by other people if you publish personal data on one of our social media platforms. In fact, we recommend you do not share this information.
9.- YOUR RIGHTS & OPTIONS
SEAS respects your right to privacy, thus it is important that you have control over your personal data. Exercising your rights is free, easy and accessible. Exercise your rights by contacting us through any of the ways detailed below and if you are a student, you can use the applications that we have enabled for the various campuses.
Remember, we may require you to prove your identity. Polirosa form.
The rights that pertain to you are as follows: Rights
10.- CONTACT US
If you have any doubts or concerns about the way we process and use your personal data or you wish to exercise any of the rights detailed above, do contact us at: email@example.com; or write to us at the following address in Zaragoza (Spain): C/ Violeta Parra No. 9 – Edificio SEAS – 50015 or phone us on: 976 700660.
Feel free to contact our Data Protection Delegate at: firstname.lastname@example.org