Third Party Data

As a college, we are required to share data with our funding bodies in order to fulfil our contractual agreement. We also work with verified third parties such as Get My First Job, Think Alumni and Google Analytics, but we will never share your data with a third party without your consent, unless there is a legitimate legal reason to do so.

Further details are provided at enrollment and in the Student Learning Agreement. Click here to see Data Archive Storage and Disposal Policy.

Get My First Job

We advertise our Apprenticeship vacancies with getmyfirstjob.co.uk.

In order to apply for an Apprenticeship, you will need to create a profile. This information about you is only shared between Truro and Penwith College, Get My First Job and your chosen employer and is used purely for application and enrollment purposes. You will be able to subscribe for additional vacancy information using Get My First Job's communications tool. 

You can view their privacy policy here.

Click here to view how get my first job protects your data.

Think Alumni

Think Alumni manages our Alumni and Friends Community, which includes our Alumni newsletter and our Alumni Wall. 

You can view their privacy policy here.

Click here to join our Alumni Community

We use MailChimp to create our email newsletters, and store our mailing lists. When you sign up to our email newsletters, your information is kept in a MailChimp database.

You can view their privacy policy here.

Typeform allows us to create surveys, and stores answers to these surveys on its website

You can view their privacy policy here.

We use Google Analytics to measure the success of our website; which pages do well and which pages need updating. We also use it to track how users behave on our site - this data is completely anonymised. 

The data gathered from using Analytics and Google Tag Manager is only retained for a set period of time, after which it is deleted by Google. We have also made an effort to ensure that no PII (Personally Identifiable Information) is sent to Google Analytics, such as name or email. 

We also use Google Advertising Features in our Google Analytics, which allow us to use data such as age or gender to market to specific groups. You can find more advice about how to opt out of this interest-based advertising at the NA Consumer Opt Out web page.

Google has an opt out browser add-on that you can use if you would prefer not to have your information tracked in this way. You can find it here, or you can search for 'Opt out of Google Analytics'.

By using this software we adhere to the EU Consent Policy and Google's Use of Information. You can view their privacy policy here.