Privacy Policy

Privacy is a very serious matter and as such the AMA Apprenticeship & Traineeship Services believes it should be safeguarded online just as in the real world. As total privacy is only possible in total isolation, we believe a balance needs to be struck between privacy and the ability to collaborate effectively.

Some areas of this website are openly available to all visitors. Other areas have restricted access, being only available to registered members. In order to register, we require membership of the AMA Apprenticeship & Traineeship Services. Joining the AMA Apprenticeship & Traineeship Services involves the provision of certain personal information.

The information you supply may be used by us as a way of contacting you, or as part of a generalised profile of visitors. Note that your personal information is never sold to third parties, nor is it used to target advertising.

We will never disclose any individual’s details to any third party, unless required to by law.

We use cookies as a way of carrying authentication and transaction-state information between webpages. We do not use cookies to monitor usage or track users across other websites.

IP addresses are stored for system administration and security purposes, and may additionally be used for profiling purposes.

Several sections of our website ask for provision of credit card details and other personal information. These specific sections are protected by a secure server certificate. You will notice a padlock symbol displayed in your browser when you visit these pages. Any information transmitted to or from our server using these pages is secure from third-party access.

Every time you send an email message or post to a web-based discussion, you are passing on personal information that can be collected and used by others. This information may used to send unsolicited commercial email (or ‘spam’) to your mailbox.

While AMA Apprenticeship & Traineeship Services will never pass on your details outside of the mechanisms described above, we cannot ensure the security of any information sent to us and you do so at your own risk.