This policy details how personal data is used, handled, and stored by all personnel associated with Skills Provision Limited.
Peter Arkwright has been nominated as the Data Protection Officer (DPO). He will carry out all the relevant duties and whilst doing so, represent the CEO of the company. He can be contacted via the online contact form.
Skills Provision must process all personal data fairly and lawfully, in accordance with an individual’s rights. Data processing is restricted to procedures related to recruitment, be that local, national or international.
Skills Provision will endeavour to ensure all personal data is accurate, adequate, relevant and not excessive.
Personal data is used to produce Employment Profiles but no confidential information is displayed openly.
You must take reasonable steps to ensure the data we hold on your behalf is accurate. For example, if your personal circumstances change, please inform the DPO so our records can be updated.
Occasionally, Skills Provision transmits email newsletters to database members. Anyone wishing to be removed from our mailing list can use the unsubscribe link at the bottom of an email.
Skills Provision takes reasonable and adequate steps to protect all personal data.
Skills Provision will retain personal and corporate data for a period of 7 years.
The team at Skills Provision, including associates, retain and share, private and confidential information.
A tightly managed system is utilised for the sharing of candidate information, this is only carried out for the purpose of recruitment and employment. When private and confidential data is no longer required, it is removed from all machines and devices, no matter which source. The DPO controls this system and disciplinary action can be taken where mis-management or abuse occurs.
New members of staff or partners will receive training as part of their induction process.
Training will be provided by the DPO
It will cover:
Attending training is compulsory.
All staff/partners are aware, personal data from other sources is only to be used or shared for the purpose of recruitment and employment.
Skills Provision has the consent from all parties to use personal data for the task of recruitment, be that local, national or international.
Criminal record checks may be carried out as a means of validating the suitability of a candidate. Where criminal record checks are carried out, the processes adhered to will be within the framework of the law.
Upon request, a data subject should have the right to receive a copy of their data in a structured format. These requests should be processed within one month, provided there is no undue burden and it does not compromise the privacy of other individuals. A data subject may also request that their data is removed or transferred directly to another system.
A data subject may request that any information held on them is deleted or removed, and any third party who process or use that data must also comply with the request.
The DPO is to be made aware of all international data transfers
If deemed necessary, the DPO is to carry out documented data protection audits.
All members of staff have an obligation to report actual or potential data protection compliance failures. This allows Skills Provision to:
The DPO has overall responsibility for this policy. He will monitor it regularly to make sure it is constantly relevant.
Before you fill out our registration form, we feel it necessary to pass on some important information.
After completing our registration process your details are checked over by our Validation Team. Their task is to upload suitable submissions or delete.
Registrations that pass validation automatically produce an online CV Profile. Due to the popularity of our website profiles are widely seen by prospective employers. On a daily basis we receive many Profile enquiries.
By following our guidelines your profile will pass our validation process.
Key points to note
Your aim should be to produce a fantastic online CV Profile.
Our task is to find you meaningful employment.