The purpose of the Privacy and Personal Information Policy is to outline the obligation of all FMEDGE employees in relation to the collection, storage, accuracy, use, disclosure and retention of “personal information”, which enables an individual to be identified.
Personal Information – is defined as information about an individual, which also identifies the individual. It includes names, physical characteristics, and opinions about a person, e-mail addresses, diary notes and medical records among other things. It may be written down, stored on a database, electronic or exist in the knowledge of the people working for an organisation.
ACPET – Tuition Assurance Scheme manager
APPs – Australian Privacy Principles
ASQA – Australian Skills Quality Authority
DEEWR – Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations
FMEDGE – Focused Management Education Developing Global Enterprise
In the course of its business, FMEDGE may collect information from students or potential students, either electronically or in hard copy format, including information that personally identifies individual users. FMEDGE may also keep records of various communications that students or potential students have with us.
FMEDGE is committed to protecting an individual’s right to privacy. The purpose of the Student Privacy and Personal Information Policy is to outline the obligation of all FMEDGE employees in relation to the collection, storage, accuracy, use, disclosure and retention of “personal information”, which enables an individual to be identified.
In collecting personal information FMEDGE will comply with the privacy requirements of ASQA and the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) set out in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) as amended by the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012 (Cth).
1.0 Collection and use of Information
2.0 Disclosure of personal information
3.0 Security of Personal Information
4.0 Right to Access and Correct Records
5.0 Retention of Student Documents/File
FMEF011 Student Contract
FMEF001 Student Enrolment Form
FMEF002 Training Plan
1 April 2015