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Digitay Graphic saying Digiget where you wanted to go to and work with the latest technologies?
Digitay Graphic - Digisee our courses that can help your employees gain new digital skills?
Digitay Graphic - Digirealise that the courses we offer are fully funded?
Digitay Graphic saying Digihear about the funding that's available to get the skills for the future?
Digitay Graphic saying Digitell your family that it's never too late to get on that digital highway?
Digitay Graphic - Digiwant to get the training so that you can move on to the next level?
Digitay Graphic - Digienrol on our new online courses seminar?
Digitay Graphic - Digilike the online courses that will go a long way to improve your skills?

DigiTay: The Tay Cities Digital Skills Project

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Links to other websites

This privacy notice covers microsites which are controlled by Dundee City Council or any of its partners.

This privacy notice does not cover any links to within this site linking to other third party websites. You are encouraged to read the privacy statements on any other websites you visit.

Behavioural targeting, cookies and privacy

Although The Council does use cookies on its website, The Council does not permit the use of Cookies or other devices that collect and store information via advertising which can be used to identify an individual.

The Council does permit the use of cookies and other third party websites to track a simple count of how many times advertisements have been shown to visitors and general web site traffic. This data is completely anonymous and cannot be linked to an individual person. Internet users should check and amend their browser privacy setting on their computer as appropriate if concerned.

Changes to this privacy notice

We keep our privacy notice under regular review. 

How to contact us

You can contact Fife Council for data protection issues by email at: dataprotection@fife.gov.uk. The Council’s Data Protection Officer, Fiona Smyth, can also be contacted at this email address.

The Data Protection Officer for The Assessor for Fife Council is Fiona Smyth and she can be contacted by email at: dataprotection@fife.gov.uk.  The Assessor’s privacy notice can be found here: www.saa.gov.uk/fife/privacy-notice/

The Data Protection Officer for Fife Licensing Board is Fiona Smyth and she can be contacted by email at: dataprotection@fife.gov.uk.

If you have concerns about the use of your personal data by Fife Council, please contact the Council’s Data Protection Officer in the first instance.  If you remain dissatisfied, you may wish to contact the Information Commissioner’s Office to raise your concern or complaint. The ICO can be contacted in writing at: Information Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF or telephone: 0303 123 1113 or online: https://ico.org.uk/concerns/getting/.