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Boyd Group is committed to safeguarding your personal information. We adhere to the rules governing the obtainment, storage and processing of personal data set out in the General Data Protection Regulation 2018 (GDPR).

Our privacy policy may be updated occasionally, and we ask that our users check back regularly for updates.


The only information we collect from customers on this website is through our contact page form. Using this form is not compulsory to using the website. Users who wish to contact us can also do so via phone.

Via the online contact form, we collect the following data:

Your first and last name
Email address
Telephone number
Your county and country of origin


To help customers with their enquiries
Internal Record Keeping
Information may be used to improve our services


We are committed to ensuring that your information is kept secure. Boyd Group has stringent managerial procedures in place to protect your personal information from unauthorised access or disclosure.


You can choose to restrict how we use your personal information.
At any point after providing us with your personal details, you may contact us to discuss what information we have on file about you. If any information we hold on you is inaccurate, this will be corrected.

You may also request for your information to be deleted at any time. Restrictions on how we process your information can be made. E.g. exempted from marketing research.

A copy of the personal data we hold on you can be requested so you can reuse it for your own purposes. The right to object to the use and processing of your data because of your personal situation can also be made.

Boyd Group will not sell, distribute or lease your personal information to third parties unless we have your permission or are required by law to do so.
If you believe that any information we are holding on you is incorrect or incomplete, please write to or email us as soon as possible. Any errors will be rectified.


Cookies are small pieces of information, stored by your web browser on your computer. They do things like keeping you logged in as you move around a website. Another example is carrying address and delivery details from page to page as you make an online purchase.


The EU is worried that some people may be misusing them and have created new regulations to prevent that.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on May 25th, 2018.

These new rules give users more rights over how their personal information is collected, stored and processed by website owners.
Personal information includes cookies that can give each website user a unique identifier number (UID). This means information like how often they visit and how long they spend on a website can be recorded. This information can be used – in combination with other personal information collected on a website – to identify a user.

Under the new law, websites using this type of cookie must clearly ask the user for permission to activate them. They must also allow the user to withdraw this consent at any time.
Our website does not use this kind of cookie.
Cookies aren’t bad; they’re a tool that has become essential to the waythe internet works. Of course, they can be used for nefarious purposes by unscrupulous websites but the same is true of many things available on the high street.
We want to play it safe and make sure our users are fully informed.


We use one type of cookie:

Session cookies which only exist while you’re on the site. When you close the window and leave the site, your browser will delete them. These are used for things like logging you in to the site.

ASPSESSIONID (Session Cookie)

This is set by our web server. It allows the site to identify you from one page to another during your visit. Your experience on the site would be pretty poor without it. Its use is also essential to the website working correctly.

This cookie disappears when you close your browser. It doesn’t contain any personally identifiable information about you, just a random string of letters.

Above all, we will never knowingly share any of your personal details with unscrupulous third parties. We don’t use cookies to store personal or sensitive information. We don’t use them to follow you around the web or send you spam emails or phone you when you’re eating dinner.


We hope that you’re reassured by this explanation of what cookies we use and why we do so. If you do wish to block cookies from any sites, you can do so by changing your browser settings. Below are links to the appropriate pages for the most popular browsers.

Internet Explorer 7 and 8

Internet Explorer 9





A quick search for “GDPR” or “EU cookie directive” will return a bewildering number of results. Below are a few sites we’ve found useful in our research. We’re not experts and we’re certainly not lawyers but we care about this stuff. After all, we use the internet too.

The EU GDPR website provides a user-friendly guide to the new regulations:

The Cookie Collective website is packed with useful information:

The Information Commissioner’s Office has the unenviable task of enforcing this law in the UK. Some good information but rather tedious reading:

All About Cookies

Wikipedia article on cookies:


All information on this website (text) is the copyright of Boyd Group. Some photographs on this site are also copyrighted to the company. Certain photographs used on this site have been supplied by third party groups including our training partners.

These photographs along with those of Boyd Group cannot be downloaded, reproduced or reused without prior written permission from Boyd Group (where applicable) or relevant third party organisations.

Written permission to reuse an image owned by Boyd Group can be obtained by writing to:

Boyd Group
Solway House
26-34 Terregles Road

Copyright of certain photographs used on this website belong to third parties but are used by Boyd Group under the Creative Commons CC0 licence.


This website complies with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). If you think that Boyd Group has used your information (text, photograph, media elements) without permission, please contact us at the address listed above.


This website adheres to the rules governing the storage, processing and use of customer information as set down in the General Data Protection Regulation (2018). To find out more, click here to view our full privacy policy.


The information on this website is for general information purposes only. This information is provided and maintained by Boyd Group. While we will try to keep information such as course details and prices, etc, correct and up-to-date, we can make no guarantees of this.

Any change in course prices or product prices to those displayed on this website will be noted to any customer who contacts Boyd Group to buy either via telephone, email or in office if visiting the premises.

Boyd Group does not accept any liability for any loss or damage that you suffer from using this website. See full terms here.

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This site uses cookies for marketing, personalisation, and analysis purposes. You can opt out of this at any time or view our full privacy policy for more information.