1. What are cookies and how are they used on this website?
Cookies are text files generated by a website and placed on your computer or on any other device you are using to access the website. Cookies are used on this website for various purposes including, for example, to evaluate, develop and track website usage, improve the user experience and facilitate accommodation bookings, help your browser navigate through this website, and collect standard internet log information and visitor behaviour information. Cookies from third parties facilitate targeted marketing on this and other websites and they (including those set by Google Analytics– see Section 2) are used to evaluate and compile anonymised statistical reports for us on website activity. Section 2 and the table below contain further details about the cookies used and their purposes.
The cookies used on this website do not capture your name or other information that would identify you personally. They identify a computer or other device.
All information collected by cookies on this website is aggregated and therefore anonymous. Information collected by the marketing cookies on this website will be disclosed to third parties. See the table below.
Session cookies do not store information on the hard disk of your computer or other device and they expire at the end of your browsing session, i.e., when you close your browser window, the session cookie and information it collected is deleted. Persistent cookies are stored on your computer or other device and they remain there after you close your session until you delete them manually or until your browser deletes them based on the pre-determined period contained within the persistent cookie's file. This website uses both (see the table below).
This website uses both first-party and third-party cookies (see the table below). Section 2 below contains detailed information about the use of third-party cookies in particular marketing and analytics cookies.
We have decided to categorise cookies used on our website based on the UK International Chamber of Commerce's cookie guide, as follows:
- Cookies are "strictly necessary" for the functionality of this website's platform. These cookies are essential in order to enable users to move around this website and use its features.
- "Performance" cookies tell us how you navigate the website, which pages you access and how long you stay on them for.
- They identify how you interact with our website, and find out which pages seem may be slow to load or are of little value to you. All of this information helps us to shape the content and structure of the website to better suit your needs.
- "Functionality" cookies allow this website to remember the choices you make.
How to control cookies
Third party cookies
This cookie is placed by Google. It enables Counselling Tutor to gain information about our users including the time of visit, pages viewed, if the user has visited before and the web site visited prior to visiting Counselling Tutor.
This cookie is placed by Facebook. It enables Counselling Tutor to measure, optimize and build audiences for advertising campaigns served on Facebook. It enables Counselling Tutor to see how our users move between devices when accessing the Counselling Tutor website and Facebook, to ensure that Counselling Tutor Facebook advertising is seen by our users most likely to be interested in such advertising by analysing what content a user has viewed and interacted with. For further information about Facebook Pixel, please see:
This cookie is placed by Infusionsoft. It enables Counselling Tutor to gain information about our users including the time of visit, pages viewed and download requests.
Some of our pages have videos from our official YouTube channel. These could set cookies or track your activity anonymously. For full information, you should read the privacy policies of these sites.
This website uses google analytics a web service provided by google Ireland Limited ("Google"). Googly analytics uses ‘cookies’ as described above so that we no which pages of our website are being visited the most so we can tailor content for our visitors and serve them better.
The types of cookie are described in the table above. These cookies tell us which pages you have visited and your current IP-address this will be transmitted by your browser and will be stored by Google on servers in the United States and other countries.
Google uses this information to on our behalf to evaluate how you use our website and how we can provide other services to you. You’re IP address is collected through Google Analytics; however, it will not be associated with any other data held by Google.
You can choose to opt out of google cookies, and prevent them being used by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser, by doing this you may not be able to access the full functionality of the website
You may also stop information generated by the cookies about your use of this website and of your IP address to Google, by downloading and installing the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on available here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
You may reject or delete the Google advertising cookie i.e. you may opt out of Google's interest-based advertising program by visiting the Google advertising opt-out page (https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/ads/).
We combine data collected by Google Analytics with Infusionsoft to analyse and optimise our advertising campaigns.
We use Facebook Advertising, Facebook Pixel Re-Marketing, and communications. We do this to understand and deliver advertising which is more relevant to you. Cookies also enable us to learn whether someone who viewed one of our ads on Facebook later visited our website.
4. Does the policy apply to linked websites?
By email: Rory@counsellingtutor.com
By phone: 07425 163870
By mail: Counselling Tutor, 6 Tabley Street, Mossley, OL5 9PD