The type of personal information CDS collects depends on the nature of your dealings with CDS and the reason for collecting it.
Personal information CDS collects about you may include your name and contact details, your employment details, industry expertise, areas of interest, your credit card, debit card or bank account information, details of your dealings with CDS, and any other information reasonably necessary to provide you with CDS’ goods and/or services.
In particular CDS will collect specific information with respect to but not limited to:
- all information provided with respect to the I-CAN database and associated assessment reports;
- details of any information which you may provide in enrolling for any courses conducted by CDS or any related registered training organisation (RTO).
- Information obtained from research participants or clinic clients;
- Any data provided for support for physical and mental health and wellbeing, behavioural matters and details required to provide support to enable individuals and families to participate in daily living and community activities.
CDS may collect your personal information if you:
- ask CDS to provide you with goods and/or services;
- are an employee of one of CDS’ clients or partners;
- are one of CDS’ suppliers or contractors or one of their employees;
- are a subscriber to CDS’ mailing list or newsletter;
- attend an event or seminar organised by CDS; or
- submit a job application.
To provide goods and/or services to you or CDS clients, CDS may collect your name, contact details, your employment details, and details of your dealings with CDS. To make a payment to CDS, CDS may collect your credit card, debit card or bank account information.
If you are one of CDS’ suppliers or contractors, or one of their employees, CDS may collect your name, contact details and position in the organisation.
If you are a subscriber to a CDS mailing list or newsletter, or attended an event or seminar organised by CDS, CDS may collect your name, contact details, job title, areas of interest and details of your dealings with CDS.
If you apply for a job with CDS, you may provide CDS with certain information, including your name, employment and educational background, and other personal information which CDS may require you to provide, or which you choose to provide CDS, in relation to your job application. If you are an unsuccessful applicant for a position at CDS then CDS will destroy your application form and delete the application details from its database at the end of six (6) calendar months from the notification to you of your unsuccessful application, unless otherwise advised by you.
Generally, CDS does not collect sensitive information about you, such as health records, unless it is reasonably necessary for the purpose of providing you with goods and/or services or is otherwise permitted by law.