Terms & Conditions
This web site is operated by: Intelligent People Limited, a company registered in England
Registered office: The Old Church, 48 Verulam Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL3 4DH
Company registration number: 04352450
VAT registration number: 796 8002 92
- Due to the nature of the software and the internet, no guarantee is given of uninterrupted or error-free access to or running of this website or the information-transactions conducted through it
- Intelligent People shall not be liable for any failure in processing your details due to software or Internet errors or unavailability, or circumstances beyond its reasonable control
- The website may contain links to websites operated by third parties. Such links are provided for your convenience only and we have no control over their individual content
- Intelligent People therefore makes no warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information appearing in relation to any linked websites, nor as to the suitability or quality of any of their services
|Company Name:||Intelligent People Limited (‘the Company’)|
|Company Contact details:||Email – [email protected]|
Phone – 01727 736690
We seek to maintain full compliance with the ICO regulations in force from 26th May 2012.
It is widely accepted that the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC’s) clear and concise guidance on cookie regulations, though not constituting legal advice, provides the best guidance in lieu of any official documentation from ICO.
To that end we categorise cookie use as follows:
- Strictly necessary: to fit this category, the cookie must be related to a service provided on the website that has been explicitly requested by the user. Obvious cases include shopping cart cookies and access to protected areas. We also include cookies which remember previously entered text, so it’s not lost if the page refreshes in this category. This is in line with ICC suggestion.
- Performance-based: the ICC guidelines includes analytics, advertising and Pay Per Click cookies in this category, provided they only store anonymous data and cannot therefore be used for behavioural targeting of ads.
- Functionality based: these include cookies that remember user choices so that they have a more personalised experience. This may include detecting if the user has already seen a popup so that it isn’t shown again, submitting comments and remembering colours, text size etc.
- Targeting/advertising-based: primarily these are the cookies that the ICO regulations were originally aimed at. This is aimed to cut out creepy and nefarious cookie usage, e.g. the way ads can seem to follow us around the internet – they work by collecting information about our browsing habits which is then used to serve up targeted ads. We agree with the ICC guidance on these cookies, which advises website owners to get clear, explicit consent from users if the site employs such technology.
We will ask for user consent in the event of using category four cookies.
We do not ask user consent for category one, two and three cookies on our websites.
We adhere to the ICC guidance in which no opt-in is required for these types of cookies by the user.
Concerns or questions over our cookie usage? Please contact us.
Our diversity statement
“We support the principle of equal opportunities, and opposes discrimination on the grounds of age sex, sexual orientation, marital status, race, ethnic origin, religious belief or disability.
Being a committed equal opportunities employer, we’ll take every possible step to ensure that employees are treated equally and fairly in respect of these matters.
All policies and practices will conform to the principle of equal opportunities in terms of recruitment, selection, training, promotion, career development, discipline, redundancy and dismissal.”
We’re committed to making the information and resources provided on this website easily accessible to as wide an audience as possible.
An accessible website:
- Is one that takes the full range of users into account
- Does not exclude anybody due to their abilities or the method they choose to access the web
- Prioritises clear content, structure and ease of navigation over frilly aspects of design – but can still be visually attractive
- Isn’t prevented from using the latest web technologies, as long as all information is still accessible to users
- Accepts that there is no standard user or device for browsing information
To enable this, the site has been designed to be as usable and accessible as possible.
We follow widely accepted ‘best practice’ principles for design and usability:
- Using HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
- All content images on this site are provided with descriptive ‘ALT’ or ‘TITLE’ attributes
- Where images contain important information (such as charts and tables), alternative information is provided as inline descriptions (‘LONGDESC’) of tabular data
Are we getting it right? Tell us if we’re hitting or missing the accessibility mark on any part of this site.
Why do accessibility and web standards matter? Find out at the Web Standards Project.