Our Privacy notice describes why and how we collect data from you, which data we collect and what we do with them on cantercel.com.

Use of personal data

Cantercel.com offers online registration for our visits, courses and seminars. Our privacy policy describes how we obtain information from you and what we do with it. It also explains the choices you can make to control your privacy when you use cantercel.com.

Data we collect

The data we collect and how we collect them when you fill out an online form on cantercel.com are detailed in the table below:

What we collectHow and why we collect these data
Your firstname and lastnameWe ask you to provide your first and last name when you register for a visit, a course or a seminar so that we can identify you during this visit, course or seminar.
Your addressWe ask you to provide us your address when you register for a visit, a training course or a seminar in order to send you the necessary documents for the smooth running of the service.
Your zip codeWe ask you to provide your postal code when you register for a visit, a training course or a seminar in order to send you the necessary documents for the smooth running of the service.
Your cityWe ask you to indicate your city when you register for a visit, a training course or a seminar in order to send you the necessary documents for the smooth running of the service.
Your phone numberYou can provide your telephone number, without obligation, when you register for a visit, a training course or a seminar in order to facilitate subsequent exchanges.
Your email addressWe ask you to provide your email address when you register for a visit, a course or a seminar in order to send you the confirmation of your registration.

Our services are not intended for persons under the age of sixteen (16), and we do not voluntarily collect data from such persons.

How we use your data

We use your personal data in the context of training courses, visits and seminars offered on the cantercel.com website. We also use your personal data when you wish to join the Sens Espace Europe association. Finally, we use your email address when you subscribe to our newsletter so that we can send it to you.

Accessing and deleting your personnal data

If you wish to request access, review, correct, update, delete or erase the personal data you have provided to us, you may contact our helpdesk from the contact page of the site and ask us to specify what personal data we hold about you and request us to delete some of it from our records, or request to receive an electronic copy of your personal data in order to pass it on to another company (to the extent that this right to data portability is granted to you by applicable law). Please let us know what type of data you would like us to remove from our databases or what limits you would like to impose on the use of your personal data. We will respond to your requests in a manner consistent with applicable law, and we will endeavour to comply with your request as soon as possible.

Protection of personal data

Like many websites, we may create cookies that are stored in your browser for future access. By using the cantercel.com site, you consent to the use of cookies.

You can choose to disable cookies in your browser at any time by following the instructions provided in your browser’s help files.

Please note that third parties, such as social networks with share buttons on the site, may also create and access cookies, web beacons, Flash cookies and other technologies on your computer when you visit our site.

Cookies

A cookie is a small text file placed – with your consent – on your terminal (computer, mobile or tablet) when you visit a site or view an advertisement. Its purpose is to collect information relating to your browsing on the sites and to send you personalised services.

Cookies are managed by your web browser. The content of a cookie can only be read or modified by the site that created it.

You have different ways to manage cookies, they are explained in the following paragraphs.

What are cookies for?

The cookies used on our site allow us to identify the services and sections you visit. This information is useful to better personalize the services, content, promotional offers and banners that appear on our site and to facilitate your navigation on our site.

Cookies are also necessary for the proper operation of certain services or to measure their audience. Cookies are likely to be included in the advertising spaces of our site, if any. These spaces contribute to the financing of the content and services that we make available to you.

Internal and third party cookies

Internal cookies are those that we issue – subject to your choices that result from the settings in your web browser used when you visit our site. They allow us to:

  • ease your navigation on our site
  • count the number of articles consulted on a part of our site
  • improve our services
  • adapt the advertising proposed on our site

Third party cookies are placed on your terminal by third party companies (e.g. partners) when you browse or click through the advertising spaces on our site. This is particularly the case for “Share”, “Like” buttons from social networks – such as Facebook, Twitter, etc. – and for the “Share” and “Like” buttons from social networks.

Manage cookies with your web browser

You can choose to disable cookies at any time. Your browser can also be set to notify you of cookies that are stored on your computer and ask you whether or not to accept them. You can accept or refuse them on a case-by-case basis or refuse them systematically once and for all.

We remind you that settings are likely to modify how you access to our services requiring the use of cookies.

If your browser is set to refuse all cookies, this may result in some of our services not working. In order to manage cookies as closely as possible to your expectations, we invite you to configure your browser taking into account the purpose of cookies as mentioned above.

Each browser setting is different. It is described in the help menu of your browser, which will tell you how to change your cookie preferences:

Do not track

You can also set your browser to send a code to tell websites that you do not want to be tracked. (“Do No Track” option):