CESET Privacy Notice
1) Who we are
CESET stands for Confederation for the Education of South East Teachers
The Confederation for the Education of South East Teachers was formed as a result of a successful bid to the National College for Teaching and Leadership in November 2017.
It is a collaboration of six initial teacher training providers:
- Canterbury Christ Church University
- Kent and Medway Training
- University of Sussex
- East Sussex Teacher Training Partnership
- Teach Kent and Sussex
- The Kemnal Academies Trust
(Including 30 lead schools for School Direct courses)
2) Why we decided to join together
The aims of CESET are to promote teaching in South East England by working innovatively and collaboratively to:
- improve the recruitment of trainee teachers to the region, especially in shortage subjects
- improve the retention of trainee teachers and qualified teachers in the region
- improve the efficiency and effectiveness of initial teacher training in the region ensuring its long-term viability and sustainability
- improve the supply of teachers to, and retention of teachers in, the regional schools serving pupils and communities disadvantaged by social deprivation
- improve teaching, learning and outcomes for all pupils in the region by ensuring the supply and retention of outstanding, effectively trained and highly motivated staff
The areas covered by the project present a range of challenges in social mobility and in teacher recruitment and supply. We aim to ensure that all schools in the region are able to engage with the training and development of new teachers by the end of the project, and for there to have been an increase in the employment and subsequent retention of NQTs in those schools during the project’s lifetime.
3) How we want to achieve our aims
Members of the Confederation for the Education of South East Teachers (CESET) are committed to work together to promote teaching as an attractive profession in the South east of England.
Members have a common interest in improving the recruitment and retention of teachers in schools in the region, improving teaching and learning in schools in the region, and in ensuring that, in particular, pupils and schools disadvantaged by social deprivation benefit from their combined actions.
In order to do deliver the aim described above, CESET run seminars and events or may wish to be in contact with individuals interested into teaching using mailing lists or other different tools.
4) Who should I contact to enforce my Data Protection Rights?
GDPR requires that, when two or more organisations determine together the purposes and means of processing of personal data, they shall determine their responsibilities related to data protection, in particulars as regarding the rights of the data subjects. This arrangement may designate a contact point for the data subjects.
CESET has determined that CCCU should act as main point of contact for the purposes of the processing defined in this Privacy Notice.
5) The Information we may collect from you:
When you attend one of our events, we may wish to collect your contact details to keep you up to date about our future events or to know from you how we can improve what we already do.
6) How we want to use your personal data and the legal basis to process
We aim to use your personal data mainly in two different ways:
7) The Data Controller and Further Information
Participant of the CESET will act as Joint Data Controllers for this data.
CESET has determined that CCCU should act as main point of contact for data subject.
Please click the link below to access further information regarding:
- The Data Controller
- The name and contact details of the University Data Protection Officer
- Where to make a complaint
- Your rights as a Data Subject
- How to contact the Regulator
8) Version Control
||Privacy Notice - CESET
||25 May 2018
|Date of review:
||25 May 2020
|Date last amended:
||30 March 2020