What Information We Collect
This web site collects the details provided by you on registration together with information we learn about you from your use of our service and your visits to our web site and other sites accessible from it.
We may collect additional information in connection with your participation in any promotions or competitions offered by us and information you provide when giving us feedback or completing profile forms. We also monitor customer traffic patterns and site use, which enables us to improve the services that we provide.
How We Use Your Information and Preferences
We will use your information to provide and personalise our service. We will also use your contact details to communicate with you. We may use your information to send you offers and news about ITCHI International Training Center and Hospitality Institute and services or those of other carefully selected companies that we think may be of interest to you. We may contact you by post, e-mail, telephone or fax for these purposes.
We like to hear your views to help us improve our service. From time to time, we may contact you by post, e-mail, telephone or fax to ask your opinions. Please note that there may be instances where it may be necessary for us to communicate with you, in any event, for administrative or operational reasons relating to our service.
Who We Share Information With
Your information may be passed to and used by all companies managed by ITCHI International Training Center and Hospitality Institute. We will never pass your personal data to anyone else, except for any successors in title to our business and suppliers that process data on our behalf. We may also use and disclose information in aggregate for marketing and strategic development purposes.
This web site may contain links to other sites operated by third parties other than itchi-asia.com. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such third-party web sites.
You should be aware that information and data is automatically collected through the use of ‘cookies’. Cookies, which are small text files a web site can use to recognise repeat users, facilitate the user’s continuing access to and use of the site. They allow a site to track usage behaviour and compile data which will allow content improvements and targeted advertising. Cookies are not programmes that come onto your system and damage files.