Lambeth College respects the privacy concerns of all visitors to this Website.
Specific non-personal information of visitors (such as the type of browser being used by the visitor, the type of operating system in use by the visitor and the domain name of the visitor's internet service provider) is recorded as standard by Lambeth College servers. This information is primarily used for internal purposes, to make sure we offer visitors the best service possible and to monitor our site’s performance.
Personally identifiable information may be collected by Lambeth College, e.g. when website visitors voluntarily provide this information (such as through the prospectus request). All such personal information is retained by Lambeth College in accordance with the college’s data protection policy and is not sold or otherwise transferred outside the college unless we are required by law or by court/governmental order to disclose such information in a particular circumstance. We sometimes use e-mail addresses and other personally identifying information to contact visitors who communicate with us. For example, we direct e-mail to visitors who provide us with their e-mail addresses for specific purposes such as receiving our prospectus, or other course literature requests.
Lambeth College is not responsible for the privacy policies, practices or content of any third party website links found on this site.
The Data Protection Act
Lambeth College aims to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998 in relation to personal data which you give to us via our website to the extent that the Act requires it to do so.
Your Acceptance of These Terms
Lambeth College is committed to promoting and providing equal opportunities for all students. Everyone is entitled to fair treatment in an educational environment by being able to progress without necessary obstacles. You will find in the College an easy-going but business-like atmosphere in which male and female students, black and white, are encouraged to succeed.
The College wishes to ensure that it complies with the requirements of the DDA (as amended by the Special Educational Needs & Disability Act 2001). If you are a disabled person, please ensure that we know what you need so that we can make all reasonable adjustments to help you succeed.
We are striving to become an excellent college which the community we serve can be proud of. However, we recognise that sometimes things can go wrong even in the best organisations.
We welcome comments and feedback from members of the public as they give us opportunities to improve.
If you have a concern or complaint please write to:
Quality Assurance Department, Lambeth College
45 Clapham Common South Side London SW4 9BL
We will investigate your complaint and seek resolve it within one month.