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as possible, but our resources are limited. We are due to completly
redesign and restructure the site in 2016 and will ensure complete
compliance with best practices in accessibility at that time.
are committed to ensuring that the tools and resources available
on this website can be accessed by everybody.
are always keen to hear new ways in which we can improve our service
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allow us to identify individual users of this site without their
When users access
the eLearning programmes (Food Safety and Fish Smoking) , their
computers will automatically be issued with 'cookies'. These cookies
are text files which identify users' computers to the Seafish servers.
The website will then create 'session' cookies, which will be used
to store user preferences while exploring the site, e.g. a preference
to see text-only pages.
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the computer used. They are deleted on departure from the website.
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websites, including this one, do this to track traffic flows whenever
users visit the site. This is carried out by our web hosting service
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statement does not cover links within this site to other websites.
short we don't. At least as far as we know we don't. The two eLearning
programmes require users to provide a name and company. This is
simply so that when you complete the elearning programme's online
test you can print off a completion certificate with your name and
company on. This information must be entered each time you use the
elearning programmes as we do not store that information.
of the partners in the Seafood Training Academy is the Sea Fish
Industry Authority (Seafish). The others
are here. Seafish is a public body (Non departmental Public
Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOI) establishes a general right
of access to all types of recorded information held by public authorities.
includes government departments, and as such, it applies to Seafish.
This means you may request any information from Seafish, unless
this information falls under one of the Act's exemptions. You are
1.Be informed in writing by the Office on whether or not it holds
the information specified by your request, and
2.If that is the case, to have that information communicated to
more information about this, you can read the Act here or read the
Information Commissioner's Office guidance on the Act here.
can contact Seafish about FOI at FOI@seafish.co.uk to request information.
Other partners in the Seafood Training Academy may have their own
1.You can make a complaint to the Seafood Training Academy by email,
letter, and phone call. The various contact details are noted below.
complaint received by us will be will be passed to the appropriate
Academy partner for action.
complaint will be logged on to a complaints register, and an acknowledgement
will be issued to you within 5 working days.
facts will be gathered by the Academy partner, who will prepare
and issue a response within 30 days.
the complaint is complicated in nature and the facts are likely
to be time consuming to collate, then a revised response timescale
will be given.
you are not happy with the response received, then you may ask for
your complaint to be put before the full partnership of the Seafood
will consider if any improvements in the working practices and systems
are required, and implement as necessary.
Seafish, 7 Earls
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can be addressed to Lee Cooper (above). Ideally though we would
like to collect feedback and examples of how our website has helped
or provided benefit by means of this