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Data Protection Policy
Version numberv.1.0Policy drafted byETBI FOI/DP ForumApproved by CETB Executive on14 May 2018Date on which it became operational25 May 2018Next review dateMay 20192
Table of Contents
SectionPage1.Data Controller32.Personal Data and Legal Basis73.Recipients of the Personal Data84.Third Country/International Transfers185.Automated DecisionMaking186.Records Retention Schedule187.Data Subject Rights188.Contact our Data Protection Office22Appendix 1 Personal Data and Legal Basis233
Section 1: Data Controller
In this section, we give you further information about us as a data controller.
1.1 CETB is the data controller. Our address and contact details are:
Address: CETB, 21, Lavitt s Quay, Cork.
Telephone: 021/4273377
Email: HYPERLINK "mailto:infor@corketb.ie" infor@corketb.ie
CETB is established under section 8 Education and Training Boards Act 2013. We provide primary and secondlevel education, second chance education; further education and training including apprenticeships; youth services, communitybased education programmes; prison education, outdoor education; outreach programmes, specialist programmes eg. Music Generation and other programmes/courses as maybe delivered/funded/sponsored in whole or part or in cooperation with other bodies/agencies etc. For further information, see section 1 of our Data Protection Policy available at: HYPERLINK "http://cork.etb.ie/aboutus/policies/corporategovernance/" http://cork.etb.ie/aboutus/policies/corporategovernance/.
Our core functions are set out in Section 10 Education and Training Boards Act 2013, together with such other matters as are set out in this Act, as well as such other legal and statutory obligations as may be imposed on CETB from time to time.
1.2 CETB has developed this Data Protection Policy in order to supplement its Privacy Policy. This is in order to be transparent and accountable to data subjects in relation to the processing of their personal data.
1.3 This Policy applies to the bodies established or maintained by CETB.
1.4 In this Data Protection Policy, the following terms are given the following meanings1:
1.4.1 Article means the corresponding Article in General Data Protection Regulations. Unless the context otherwise requires, a reference in this document to a numbered Article is a reference to the Article so numbered of the Data Protection Regulation.
1.4.2 binding corporate rules means personal data protection policies which are adhered to by a controller or processor established on the territory of a Member State for transfers or a set of transfers of personal data to a controller or processor in one or more third countries within a group of undertakings, or group of enterprises engaged in a joint economic activity;
1.4.3 biometric data means personal data resulting from specific technical processing relating to the physical, physiological or behavioural characteristics of a natural person, which allow or confirm the unique identification of that natural person, such as facial images or dactyloscopic data;
1.4.4 child For the purposes of the application of the Data Protection Regulation in the State, a reference to child shall be taken to be a reference to a person under the age of 18 years.
1.4.5 controller and/or data controller means CETB being the legal person which, alone or jointly with others, determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data; where the purposes and means of such processing are determined by Union or Member State law, the controller or the specific criteria for its nomination may be provided for by Union or Member State law
1.4.6 consent of the data subject means any freely given, specific, informed and unambiguous indication of the data subject's wishes by which he or she, by a statement or by a clear
Definitions taken from Article 6 Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016
( GDPR ).
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affirmative action, signifies agreement to the processing of personal data relating to him or her;
consent of child in relation to information society services (1) The age of a child specified for the purposes of Article 8 is 13 years of age. (2) For the purposes of the application of Article 8 in the State, the reference in that Article to information society services does not include a reference to preventative or counselling services.
1.4.7 crossborder processing means either: (a) processing of personal data which takes place in the context of the activities of establishments in more than one Member State of a controller or processor in the Union where the controller or processor is established in more than one Member State; or (b) processing of personal data which takes place in the context of the activities of a single establishment of a controller or processor in the Union but which substantially affects or is likely to substantially affect data subjects in more than one Member State.
1.4.8 data concerning health means personal data related to the physical or mental health of a natural person, including the provision of health care services, which reveal information about his or her health status;
1.4.9 enterprise means a natural or legal person engaged in an economic activity, irrespective of its legal form, including partnerships or associations regularly engaged in an economic activity;
1.4.10 filing system or relevant filing system means any structured set of personal data which are accessible according to specific criteria, whether centralised, decentralised or dispersed on a functional or geographical basis;
1.4.11 GDPR means Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).
1.4.12 genetic data means personal data relating to the inherited or acquired genetic characteristics of a natural person which give unique information about the physiology or the health of that natural person and which result, in particular, from an analysis of a biological sample from the natural person in question;
1.4.13 group of undertakings means a controlling undertaking and its controlled undertakings;
1.4.14 information society service means a service as defined in point (b) of Article 1(1) of Directive (EU) 2015/1535 of the European Parliament and of the Council;
1.4.15 international organisation means an organisation and its subordinate bodies governed by public international law, or any other body which is set up by, or on the basis of, an agreement between two or more countries.
1.4.16 legal obligation means the meaning assigned to that phrase in Article 6(1)(c) GDPR: processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation to which the controller is subject
1.4.17 main establishment means: (a) as regards a controller with establishments in more than one Member State, the place of its central administration in the Union, unless the decisions on the purposes and means of the processing of personal data are taken in another establishment of the controller in the Union and the latter establishment has the power to have such decisions implemented, in which case the establishment having taken such decisions is to be considered to be the main establishment; (b) as regards a processor with establishments in more than one Member State, the place of its central administration in the Union, or, if the processor has no central administration in the Union, the establishment of the processor in the Union where the main processing activities in the context of the activities of an establishment of the processor take place to the extent that the processor is subject to specific obligations under this Regulation;
1.4.18 personal data means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (a data subject ); an identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person;
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1.4.19 personal data breach means a breach of security leading to the accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure of, or access to, personal data transmitted, stored or otherwise processed;
1.4.20 Preventative or occupational medicine has the meaning given to it in Article 9(2)(h) GDPR, namely that processing is necessary for the purposes of preventive or occupational medicine, for the assessment of the working capacity of the employee, medical diagnosis, the provision of health or social care or treatment or the management of health or social care systems and services on the basis of Union or Member State law or pursuant to contract with a health professional and subject to the conditions and safeguards referred to in paragraph 3 ;
1.4.21 processing means any operation or set of operations which is performed on personal data or on sets of personal data, whether or not by automated means, such as collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction;
1.4.22 processor means an individual who, or a legal person, public authority, agency or other body that, processes personal data on behalf of a controller, but does not include an employee of a controller who processes such data in the course of his or her employment;
1.4.23 profiling means any form of automated processing of personal data consisting of the use of personal data to evaluate certain personal aspects relating to a natural person, in particular to analyse or predict aspects concerning that natural person's performance at work, economic situation, health, personal preferences, interests, reliability, behaviour, location or movements;
1.4.24 pseudonymisation means the processing of personal data in such a manner that the personal data can no longer be attributed to a specific data subject without the use of additional information, provided that such additional information is kept separately and is subject to technical and organisational measures to ensure that the personal data are not attributed to an identified or identifiable natural person;
1.4.25 Public Interest means the definition taken from Article 6(1)(e), specifically that the processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the controller;
1.4.26 rectification , of or in relation to personal data, includes, where the data concerned are incomplete, the completion of the data, whether by means of a supplementary statement or otherwise;
1.4.27 recipient means a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or another body, to which the personal data are disclosed, whether a third party or not. However, public authorities which may receive personal data in the framework of a particular inquiry in accordance with Union or Member State law shall not be regarded as recipients; the processing of those data by those public authorities shall be in compliance with the applicable data protection rules according to the purposes of the processing;
1.4.28 relevant and reasoned objection means an objection to a draft decision as to whether there is an infringement of this Regulation, or whether envisaged action in relation to the controller or processor complies with this Regulation, which clearly demonstrates the significance of the risks posed by the draft decision as regards the fundamental rights and freedoms of data subjects and, where applicable, the free flow of personal data within the Union;
1.4.29 representative means a natural or legal person established in the Union who, designated by the controller or processor in writing pursuant to Article 27, represents the controller or processor with regard to their respective obligations under this Regulation;
1.4.30 restriction of processing means the marking of stored personal data with the aim of limiting their processing in the future;
1.4.31 special categories of data means personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership, and the processing of genetic data, biometric data for the purpose of uniquely identifying a natural person, data concerning health or data concerning a natural person's sex life or sexual orientation;
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1.4.32 supervisory authority means an independent public authority which is established by a Member State pursuant to Article 51;
1.4.33 Substantial Public Interest means the definition taken from Article 9(2)(g), specifically that the processing is necessary for reasons of substantial public interest, on the basis of Union or Member State law which shall be proportionate to the aim pursued, respect the essence of the right to data protection and provide for suitable and specific measures to safeguard the fundamental rights and the interests of the data subject;
1.4.34 supervisory authority concerned means a supervisory authority which is concerned by the processing of personal data because: (a) the controller or processor is established on the territory of the Member State of that supervisory authority; (b) data subjects residing in the Member State of that supervisory authority are substantially affected or likely to be substantially affected by the processing; or (c) a complaint has been lodged with that supervisory authority;
1.4.35 third party means a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or body other than the data subject, controller, processor and persons who, under the direct authority of the controller or processor, are authorised to process personal data;
1.4.36 Vital interests means the definition taken from Article 6(1)(d), that the processing is necessary in order to protect the vital interests of the data subject or of another natural person.
Note: Definitions are accurate at 1 May 2018, Irish Data Protection Bill
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Section 2: Personal Data and Legal Basis
In this section, we give you more information about the type of personal data we collect and the purposes for that data collection. We also give you more information about what we do with that data and the lawful basis relied upon. We give more detail around whether the provision of personal data is optional or required. All of this information can be found in the table contained in Appendix 1 to this document.
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Section 3: Recipients of the Personal Data
We share and transfer student data to other data controllers. In this section we give you further information about the types of recipients or categories of recipients of your personal data. Please note that this list is not exhaustive, and we will transfer personal data to other third parties where required or permitted by law. Furthermore, please note that CETB reserves the right to contact appropriate third parties in the event of an emergency.
3.1 Parents/Guardians: CETB share information on educational progress and child welfare with a student s parents/guardians where the student is under 18 years.
Educational Progress: Section 9(g) Education Act 1998 provides that: A recognised school shall provide education to students which is appropriate to their abilities and needs and, without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, it shall use its available resources to [& ] (g) ensure that parents of a students, or in the case of a student who has reached the age of 18 years, the student, have access in the prescribed manner to records kept by that school relating to the progress of that student in his or her education . Section 22(2) states that the Principal and teachers shall (b) regularly evaluate students and periodically report the results of the evaluation to the students and their parents .
Freedom of Information Act 2014: where requested CETB may release personal data relating to a student to his/her parent or guardian if that parent/guardian s access to the child s records would having regard to all the circumstances be in the [child s] best interests2 . For further information, see Regulation 5 of S.I. 218/2016 Freedom of Information Act 2014 (section 37(8))
Regulations 2016.
Data Access Request: where requested CETB will consider an access request made by a parent/guardian on behalf of their child pursuant to Article 15 GDPR. In considering such a request, CETB shall have regard to the fact that the right of access to one s personal data is the right of the data subject themselves, and in this regard the guidance of the UK s Information
Commissioner s Office: Even if a child is too young to understand the implications of subject access rights, data about them is still their personal data and does not belong to anyone else, such as a parent or guardian3 . CETB shall also have regard to the guidance of the Irish Office of the Data Protection Commissioner4: Legal guardians can make an access request on behalf of a child. However, once a child is capable of understanding their rights to privacy and data protection, the child should normally decide for themselves whether to request access to data and make the request in their own name. Where an organisation receives an access request from a legal guardian on behalf of a child who has had direct interaction with that organisation, and/or where that child is capable of understanding their own rights to privacy and data protection, the organisation must take account of the child s rights in deciding how to respond to the access request . CETB shall have regard to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child5, and in particular balance the following interests:
Article 16(1) of which provides that no child shall be subjected to arbitrary or unlawful interference with his or her privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to unlawful attacks on his or her honour .
Article 5 rights and duties of parents & to provide, in a manner consistent with the evolving capacities of the child, appropriate direction and guidance in the exercise by the child of the rights recognised in the present Convention .
In considering such parental requests, CETB shall have regard to the best interests of the child, the age of the child, their evolving capacity and level of maturity. Where the child s age and maturity has reached a point where he/she would have a reasonable expectation of having an input into what happens to their personal data and would reasonably expect to be consulted about to whom their data are released, CETB shall consult with the child in an ageappropriate way (if it is appropriate in the circumstances) and to take the child s views into consideration. This is to ensure that the voice of the child is heard in matters relating to his/her personal affairs where it is
S.I.218/2016 at regulation 6 thereof.
ICO Subject Access Request Code of Practice, available at: HYPERLINK "http://www.ico.org.uk/media/1065/subjectaccesscodeofpractice.pdf" www.ico.org.uk/media/1065/subjectaccesscode HYPERLINK "http://www.ico.org.uk/media/1065/subjectaccesscodeofpractice.pdf" ofpractice.pdf
Access Rights and Responsibilities A guide for Individuals and Organisations, available at HYPERLINK "https://dataprotection.ie/documents/AccessGuidance.pdf" https://dataprotection.ie/documents/AccessGuidance.pdf
Available at HYPERLINK "http://www.ohchr.org/Documents/ProfessionalInterest/crc/pdf" www.ohchr.org/Documents/ProfessionalInterest/crc/pdf
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ageappropriate to do so. CETB will consider the following factors6 when determining a request for records made by a parent/guardian on behalf of their child:
Where possible, the child s level of maturity and their ability to make decisions like this
The nature of the personal data.
Any court orders relating to parental access or responsibility that may apply.
Any duty of confidence owed to the child or young person.
Any consequences of allowing those with parental responsibility access to the child s or young person s information. This is particularly important if there have been allegations of abuse or ill treatment
Any detriment to the child or young person if individuals with parental responsibility cannot access this information.
Any views the child or young person has on whether their parents should have access to information about them
Any child who is capable of forming his or her own views on whether their parent(s) should have access to information about them shall have their views ascertained and the data controller shall give due weight to those views having regard to all the circumstances including the age and maturity of the child and any other relevant considerations such as the child s safety, health, welfare, and wellbeing.
Emergency Contact: Where the parent/guardian has been nominated as the student s
Emergency Contact, as per section 3.4 below.
3.2 Other Schools and Universities/Colleges/Institutes: where the student leaves the school or centre and transfers to another educational setting or goes on exchange programme or similar. We may be asked to supply certain information about the student, such as academic record, references, etc.
3.3 Student Support Team/Pastoral Care Team Meetings: Schools and centres within CETB routinely hold student support meetings which are designed to identify students in need of additional supports and to put plans in place as to how best to meet the student s needs. This is generally for the following purposes:
supporting the student in motivation and learning, and encouraging school completion,
supporting the student where there are substance abuse or addiction issues at home,
supporting the student through a difficult period, eg grief, loss, bullying, abuse at home;
supporting the student exhibiting selfharm and/or engaging in suicidal thoughts,
addressing challenging behaviour;
resolving behavioural, motivational, emotional and cognitive difficulties;
engaging with therapeutic and psychological services to obtain supports to students, through assessment and therapeutic intervention (including to obtain access to the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS).
engaging in preventative work (drugs, alcohol, criminal behaviour, antisocial behaviour, etc).
These meetings are generally held in the School/Centre building and are attended by the following types of personnel within CETB: Principal of School/Head of Centre, Deputy Principal, Guidance Counsellor, Pastoral Care Team personnel, YearHead (where appropriate). CETB recognises that a coordinated interagency approach will be required in order to take a studentfocused approach to addressing these complex issues: Accordingly, the school/centre may invite the following types of third parties to participate in such meetings:
the student s parents/guardians (where the student is under 18 years)
TUSLA (social worker, child protection team, and school completion programme team)
An Garda Sochna (including Garda Juvenile Liaison Officer, and other juvenile/youth diversion programme personnel)
Neighbourhood youth initiative projects, and/or youth project workers and other voluntary groups working in the sector
Local Drugs Task Force
HSE
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Factors (i) (vii) being taken from the UK Information Commissioner s Office: Subject Access Code of Practice
Dealing with requests from individuals for personal information available at https://ico.org.uk/media/1065/subjectaccesscodeofpractice.pdf
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Local Drug Prevention and Education Project workers.
These Student Support meetings/Pastoral Care Team meetings are designed to support the student s best interests. The outcome of these meetings may result in the student being referred on for specific assessments and/or therapeutic treatments (e.g. CAMHS, NEPs etc).
Where the student is under 18 years, their parents/guardians will be informed that these meetings are taking place and shall be furnished with appropriate information and/or leaflets (where appropriate and where available) to explain the capacity in which third parties attend these meetings.
CETB will also share and transfer personal and sensitive personal data to CAMHS in respect of learners where the outcome of a student support meeting is to refer the student for specific assessments and/or therapeutic treatments.
While each of the third parties engaging in these Student Support Meetings may hold their own files and/or personal data relating to the student (which would be governed by the data protection policy of the organisation which they represent), CETB will be the data controller in respect of the official minutes produced at the conclusion of any such of these meetings.
3.4 Emergency Contact: Emergency contact information is gathered and retained for the purpose of communicating information about the data subject to said Emergency Contact in situations affecting or potentially affecting the data subject s vital interests. Such circumstances include, but are not limited to, perceived health risks and/or injury to the data subject, emergency situations etc.
3.5 Sharing Student Data with Department of Education and Data sharing with the Department of Education and Skills for POD, PPOD etc: The Department of Education and Skills requires CETB to provide student data information to the Department of Education and Skills7.
3.5.1 CETB collects personal data to be transferred to the Department of Education and Skills via the Primary Online Database ( POD ) and/or the PostPrimary Online Database ( PPOD ) systems. The school asks parents/guardians and students to complete a document called October Returns for the purposes of complying with DES requirements to determine staffing and resource allocations. The October Returns are submitted to the DES electronically. The DES has their own policy governing the security of the data sent to them by all postprimary schools.
3.5.2 The main purpose of the October Returns is for the DES to determine whether the student qualifies for English language support and/or additional resources and support to meet their particular educational needs. The Department of Education and Skills uses this data for its own internal processes, including monitoring educational progress as pupils move through the primary education system and on to postprimary. The returns provide the Department of Education and Skills with the information needed to develop and evaluate educational policy, to calculate teacher allocation, capitation, grant payments for schools, to determine resource allocation, for statistical analysis and reporting in the areas of social inclusion and integration of students in the education system, and for planning purposes. The details of the personal data submitted to the DES via POD/PPOD are outlined at Section 2 (Appendix 1) of this Policy. Certain of the items are optional, and parents/guardians do not have to supply this information if they do not consent (see further Section 2).
3.5.3 The DES transfers some of this personal data to other Government departments and other State bodies, such as transfers to the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: pursuant to the Social Welfare Acts, transfers to the State Examinations Commission, transfers to the Educational Research Centre, and transfers to the Central Statistics Office pursuant to the Statistics Acts. The data will also be used by the DES for statistical, policymaking and research
For Primary Schools, see circular 0024/2015 available at HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/CircularsandForms/ActiveCirculars/cl0025_2015.pdf" www.education.ie/en/CircularsandForms/Active HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/CircularsandForms/ActiveCirculars/cl0025_2015.pdf" Circulars/cl0025_2015.pdf Further information available at HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/Publications/Statistics/PrimaryOnlineDatabasePOD/" www.education.ie/en/Publications/Statistics/Primary HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/Publications/Statistics/PrimaryOnlineDatabasePOD/" OnlineDatabasePOD/PostPrimary Schools, see Circular 0023/2016 available at HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/CircularsandForms/ActiveCirculars/cl0023_2016.pdf" www.education.ie/Circulars HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/CircularsandForms/ActiveCirculars/cl0023_2016.pdf" andForms/ActiveCirculars/cl0023_2016.pdf. Further information available at HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/SchoolsColleges/Services/Returns/PostPrimaryOnlineDatabasePPODProject/" www.education.ie/en/Schools HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/SchoolsColleges/Services/Returns/PostPrimaryOnlineDatabasePPODProject/" Colleges/Services/Returns/PostPrimaryOnlineDatabasePPODProject/
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purposes. However, the DES advises that it does not use individual data, but rather aggregated data is grouped together for these purposes. The DES has a data protection policy which can be viewed on its website HYPERLINK "https://www.education.ie/en/" (www.education.ie). The DES has also published a Fair Processing Notice to explain how the personal data of students and contained in October Returns is processed. This can also be found on HYPERLINK "https://www.education.ie/en/" www.education.ie (search for Circular Letter 0047/2010 in the Circulars section).
3.5.4 If a parent/guardian objects to their child s personal data being submitted to the Department of Education and Skills via the POD/PPOD system, they should submit a written objection to the School (see Department of Education and Skills Circular 37/2016, page 2 (paragraph 2(a)).
3.6 Sharing Student Data with the Department of Education and Skills for NEPS: The National Educational Psychological Service is a service provided by the DES. NEPS employ psychologists who work with primary and postprimary school students. NEPS works with students, parents, and teachers
to help children and deliver a range of services. For further information, see HYPERLINK "https://www.education.ie/en/SchoolsColleges/Services/NationalEducationalPsychologicalServiceNEPS/InformationforParents.html" https://www.education.ie/en/SchoolsColleges/Services/NationalEducationalPsychologicalService HYPERLINK "https://www.education.ie/en/SchoolsColleges/Services/NationalEducationalPsychologicalServiceNEPS/InformationforParents.html" NEPS/InformationforParents.html.
3.7 Sharing Staff Data with the Department of Education and Skills: CETB shares data with the
Department of Education and Skills relating to:
Matters that are the subject of parliamentary questions in the Dil: CETBs are statutorily required to provide the Minister for Education and Skills with information regarding, inter alia, the performance of a chief executive s functions (section 15(3) Education and Training Boards Act 2013), information relating to the performance of the board s functions (section 40(9) of the 2013
Act); and such reports and returns and such information as the Minister may from time to time require) (per section9 (5) of Schedule 3 to the 2013 Act).
Staff and staff levels: the staffing budget and staffing levels within CETBs are calculated on the basis of aggregated returns made by CETBs.
Information regarding Disability: this is reported (on an aggregated, anonymised basis) to the Department of Education and Skills on the target for employment of persons with disability under the Disability Act 2005.
The Inspectorate: Section 13 Education Act 1998 (as amended) created the Inspectorate, being comprised of the child inspector and such inspectors as the Minister for Education considers appropriate. It is the function of the inspectorate to visit recognised schools and centres for education in order to evaluate the organisation and operation of those schools and centres and the quality and effectiveness of the education provided in those schools or centres, including the quality of teaching and effectiveness of individual teachers; evaluate the education standards in such schools or centres; assess the implementation and effectiveness of any programmes of education which have been devised in respect of individual students who have a disability or other special educational needs; and report to the Minister (or to the board of management, patron or such other bodies as may be prescribed) on these and other appropriate matters. As part of their inspection, the Inspector may require to see personal data relating to staff and/or students in order to conduct their assessment. Recognised schools and centres are required to cooperate with the Inspectorate, and section 13(12A) of the Education Act 1998 (as amended) creates an offence of obstructing or interfering with the inspectorate in the course of their role.
Section 29 Committees: where there has been a decision to (a) permanently exclude a student from the school, or (b) suspend a student from the school for a cumulative period of 20 school days in any one school year, or (c) refuse to enrol a student in the school, S.29 of the Education Act 1998 outlines that an appeal can be made against that decision. Circular letter M48/01, outlining the Appeal Procedures Under S.29 of the Education Act 1998, applies. In the case of a school which is established or maintained by CETB, the appeal against the decision of the board of management of the school shall be made, in the first instance, to its CETB. In the event that the matter cannot be resolved at CETB stage, the parent (or student, if they are over 18 years) can make an application to the Secretary General of the Department of Education and Skills. The DES establishes an Appeals Committee to hear the section 29 Appeal and the data relating to the suspension/expulsion/refusal to enrol the student (as appropriate) is submitted to that Appeals Committee in order for them to hear all the evidence and reach a decision. The documentation submitted to the S.29 Appeals Committee can include:
Records relating to Code of Behaviour (complaints, investigations, minutes, letters)
CCTV showing incidents that are alleged to have breached the Code of Behaviour (for
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further information, please see the CCTV Policy).
Any other data as may be relevant to the Appeal.
Parents (and students over the age of 18 years) are furnished with a copy of the relevant S.29 documentation, and, in advance of lodging their appeal, they acknowledge and understand that CETB will share and transfer data to that Appeals Committee in order for them to hear the Appeal and adjudicate on the matter.
3.8 TUSLA:
3.8.1 Child Protection, Child Safeguarding, Child Welfare and Social Work: CETBs are required to seek advices from and/or make referrals to the statutory bodies established for law enforcement and child protection if they suspect any form of child abuse or receive a disclosure of child abuse. These obligations are set down in S.14 of the Children First Act 2015, S.2 of the Criminal Justice (Withholding of Information on Offences against Children and Vulnerable Persons) Act 2012, DES Circular 0081/2017 and the accompanying Child Protection Guidelines. Where child protection, child safeguarding, and/or child welfare matters arise, CETB may be asked to participate in child protection conferences (all party meetings between TUSLA, the School and other bodies). CETB will also share and transfer personal and sensitive personal data to TUSLA in respect of members of staff and/or third parties (a student s parent, another family member) where the concern/disclosure relates to an alleged wrongdoing on their part. Pursuant to the Protection for Persons Reporting Child Abuse Act 1998 and the Children First Act, 2015, a person is protected from civil liability for informing TUSLA and/or An Garda Sochna of his/her suspicion that (a) a child has been or is being assaulted, illtreated, neglected or sexually abused, or (b) a child's health, development or welfare has been or is being avoidably impaired or neglected, (unless it is proved that he or she has not acted reasonably and in good faith in forming that opinion and communicating it to TUSLA and/or An Garda Sochna).
3.8.2 Meitheal Support Groups: TUSLA coordinates interagency response to assessing the needs of children and families that have come to the attention of social work practitioners (including because of child welfare or safety concerns).
3.8.3 EWO/NEWB: Attendance, Suspensions, and Expulsions etc:
Attendance: pursuant to the Education (Welfare) Act 2000, recognised schools and centres are required to collect data relating to students attendance. Section 21 states that the Principal of a recognised school shall cause to be maintained a record of the attendance or nonattendance on each school day of each student registered at that school; it further provides that where a student fails to so attend school, the register should state the fact of his or her failure and the reasons for such failure. Where the student is absent from school for an aggregate number of 20 school days during a school year (or where the principal forms the opinion that the student is not attending school regularly) the Principal is statutorily required to inform the Education Welfare Officer of this in writing.
Suspension: where a student is suspended from a recognised school for a period of not less than 6 days, (or 20 days cumulatively over a school year, per (a) above), the Principal is required to inform the Education Welfare Officer of this in writing, per Section 21 of the Education (Welfare) Act 2000.
Expulsion: pursuant to Section 24 of the Education (Welfare) Act 2000, where it is decided that a student should be expelled from a school, the school is required to notify the
Educational Welfare Officer of this fact and the reasons therefor in writing.
3.9 An Garda Sochna:
3.9.1 Child Abuse and Child Protection: As per section 2 of the Criminal Justice (Withholding of Information on Offences against Children and Vulnerable Persons) Act 2012. See further (3.8.1) above.
3.9.2 Other Criminal Matters: CETBs will report matters of alleged criminal acts, criminal behaviour, criminal damage etc to An Garda Sochna in order for the Garda to prevent, detect and investigate of offences and pursuant to CETB s duty of care to all students, staff and others.
3.10 NCSE, SENOs etc: Special Educational Needs Organisers ( SENOs ) are employed by the National Council for Special Education (a statutory body established by section 19 of the Education for Persons with Special Educational Needs Act 2004). A SENO deals with applications for additional teaching and Special Needs Assistant support for children with special educational needs from all schools. The SENO assists in the allocation of resources. The statutory role of the SENO is set out in section 26 of the Education for Persons with Special Educational Needs Act 2004 and, it is their role to obtain from the
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school, copies of any medical reports and/or assessments, Individual Education Plans, and/or such other documentation relating to the needs of the student with special educational needs. Pursuant to section 26(6), the board of management, principal, teachers and other members of staff of a school are statutorily required to give all such assistance as may reasonably be required by the special educational needs organiser in the performance by him/her of his/her functions. When parents and/or clinicians are furnishing copies of medical reports and/or assessments to the school in order to ensure their child/patient obtains all necessary supports and assistance, they do so on the fully informed basis that same will be disclosed to the SENO in order to obtain those supports, resources and other assistance for the student.
3.11 HSE: CETB may be asked by the HSE to circulate HSE information materials about a vaccination programme or similar public health issues, particularly relating to particular ages/groups of students. This is generally so that the HSE can invite them to participate in vaccination programmes or other public health initiatives. When parents receive the information leaflets, the parent/guardian engages directly with the HSE and (if they wish) consent to the provision of information to the HSE by the completion and returning of the relevant documents to the HSE. Participation in the vaccine/programme is entirely a matter for the parents and for them to pursue directly with the HSE. CETB may offer the HSE temporary facilities within CETB premises in order to comply with section 32 of the Health Act 1953 ( affording of facilities for health examination of children at schools ). In certain instances, CETB may accept / collect forms from students for returning to the HSE where such processing is in the public interest.
3.12 Work Placement Providers and/or Employers: for those students going on workexperience and/or work placement, and/or apprenticeships.
3.13 Datasharing with SOLAS and others via the Programme Learner Support System ( PLSS )
3.13.1 CETB is a programme provider of further education and training ( FET ), and offers many courses to adult learners. These FET programmes are funded through SOLAS (An tSeirbhs Oideachas Leannaigh agus Scileanna) established under the Further Education and Training Act 2013 as the national further education and training authority.
3.13.2 As a condition of application for or enrolment in a FET course funded through SOLAS, your personal data (and that of third parties, such as your next of kin) are collected using the Programme Learner Support System ( PLSS ). PLSS is a joint project between SOLAS and other participants (including Education and Training Boards Ireland (CETBI)). PLSS is a suite of software applications that are designed to provide an integrated approach to the collection and processing of personal data of users of PLSS and FET programmes funded through SOLAS, and the outputs, outcomes and performance of such programmes.
3.13.3 When you apply for a FET programme funded through SOLAS, you will be asked to provide:
Your personal data and information about yourself. The personal data will include your PPSN, first name, surname, name as per your birth certificate or passport, address, date of birth, gender, nationality, whether you are in receipt of a Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: (DSP) payments (and if so, the nature of those payments, and other DSP data) and/or employment details for those of you that are in employment and/or attended higher education, whether you have previously attended a FET programme funded through SOLAS.
Special category personal data, such as whether you have a disability. Ethnic or cultural background, living circumstances may be requested, which you may freely decide to give or not this is an entirely optional disclosure. If you provide this information, the data will be reported, in aggregate form, for statistical and research purposes and to compare the progress of such groups with other groups. Such statistics and research will assist in identifying gaps in the system and assisting in the development and implementation of appropriate policies (e.g. equal opportunity policies) and interventions for future learners. If you decide to provide this
information you are giving your explicit permission for the data to be processed for these purposes
Further details of the data to be processed are listed in Section 2 (Appendix 1) of this policy, and also at Appendix 2 of the PLSS Data Protection Statement, available at: HYPERLINK "http://cork.etb.ie/aboutus/policies/corporategovernance/" http://cork.etb.ie/aboutus/policies/corporategovernance/
3.13.4 The personal data stored on PLSS are processed for the following purposes:
To contact you about the application for the FET programme.
To administer the application and to assess your eligibility for a FET programme
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funded through SOLAS in a particular academic year.
To follow up with you after the application is received, as required.
Maintenance of your learner record (including personal and course details).
Management of course processes (including commencement, completion, progressions)
Providing advice and support through the FET provider Guidance Services, where available.
To record the course you enrolled in and your award (if any).
To contact you after the course completion in order to measure course impact in relation to your further education and training participation and/ or employment.
To track, evaluate and assess the outcomes of the FET programme.
To comply with European Union monitoring and reporting requirements.
To check/verify the accuracy of your personal data: to support efficient processing of the application, CETB may need to check the accuracy of personal information you provide with external data sources. For example, if you have achieved certifications previously from another institution, the FET programme provider may need to contact
the other institution(s) for confirmation of any qualifications obtained.
3.13.5 SOLAS is required under the Further Education and Training Act 2013 to (among other things) to assist in the coordination and provision of training by others and conduct research into the functions of SOLAS. This might include tracking involvement in, conducting impact evaluations on and assessing outcomes of, FET programmes funded through SOLAS. Accordingly, pursuant to agreed protocols and arrangements, SOLAS may provide to and receive from other Governmental, regulatory and/or public bodies (including those listed in Appendix 3), limited and specific types of data about you or provided by you in your application for a FET programme. For example, FET providers are required to disclose some of your personal data to SOLAS for statistical purposes. In addition, if you are attending a European Union cofunded programme the Department of Education and Skills is required to provide some of your personal data to allow monitoring, reporting and evaluating programmes to which they provide funds.
3.13.6 The following parties participate in the PLSS scheme (referred to in this section as PLSS Participants ) and have access to an extract of the data generated from the PLSS system:
The Department of Education and Skills ( DES ).
CSO Administrative Data Centre: PLSS data will be pseudonymised by a CSO statistician and linking of PLSS learners with the Revenue, DEASP, QQI and HEA data will be done using the CSO unique identifier (i.e. CSO PPSN).
Department of Employment and Social Protection: To validate information on applicants in receipt of social welfare payments.
Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI): To verify information regarding applicant s certification outputs as a result of attending an FET Programme.
Higher Education Authority ( HEA ): Not currently shared directly but in the event of
being shared, to verify and validate applicants who progress to higher education.
3.13.7 Once uploaded to the PLSS, there is "cross data sharing" of that personal data by other PLSS Participants, so your personal data could be obtained by those PLSS Participants even if the applicant/learner has not previously engaged with those bodies. There are written Datasharing Protocols between the Department of Social Protection, the Higher Education Authority and QQI with SOLAS. A Data Processing Services Agreements has been put in place between CETB and SOLAS. Each of these agreements dictate the scope and parameters of permissible usage of and access to learner/applicant personal data.
3.13.8 Each of PLSS Participants will process personal data and information that you provide and, in some instances where relevant, information provided to them by third parties such as other governmental/public sector bodies, and made available to affiliated entities, agents, service providers, advisers and data processors and other governmental, regulatory and/or public sector bodies. For further information, please see the PLSS Data Privacy Impact Report available at: HYPERLINK "http://cork.etb.ie/aboutus/policies/corporategovernance/" http://cork.etb.ie/aboutus/policies/corporategovernance/.
3.13.9 At national level (S.7 Further Education and Training Act 2013) and European level, SOLAS must report, as a statutory requirement for funding, on the FET sector pursuant to the European Social Fund Regulation (EU) 1304/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council 17 December 2013. Until 2027, under the Programme for Employability, Inclusion
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and Learning 20142020 ( PEIL ), SOLAS must justify the ESF cofunding that it seeks via the DES by way of reporting. The PEIL requires the national authority in each Member State charged with the function of FET provision to collect and store detailed data about each learner in receipt of ESF cofunding. For this, SOLAS must be able to gather evidence which it obtains from its evaluation of FET outcomes including improved employability and the social inclusion of various groups in society (e.g. youth, females, long term unemployed, immigrants, persons with disabilities, socioeconomic disadvantaged, etc.). SOLAS may also be randomly audited by the European Commission to verify and validate Ireland s ESF claim for funding. In the event that such ESF auditors were to make a finding of poor data or information quality, ESF cofunded provision could be suspended. This would have a serious knockon effect on FET funding in Ireland (not least through a potential funding deficit) and therefore its provision in Ireland and SOLAS legislative mandate under the FET Act would not be fulfilled. In the context operating PLSS for the above purposes, SOLAS will act as a data controller over the information it collects from learners and from the other PLSS Participants for this purpose.
3.14 DataSharing with Third Party Vendor MIS systems via the Programme Learner Support System ( PLSS )
In order to facilitate the online payment of course fees, training allowances, etc., personal data collected through the PLSS system is transferred to third party vendor MIS systems. These sharing arrangements are governed by standard Data Processing Agreements and subject to agreed datasharing protocols and arrangements.
3.15 Prisons and Children Detention Schools: Under S.10 Education and Training Boards Act 2013, ETBs are required to plan, provide, coordinate and review the provision of education and training in bodies including children detention schools, prisons. Where ETBs provide education and training courses/programmes in prisons and children detention schools, they do so in partnership with the Irish Prison Service and the governing body of the relevant prison or children detention school (as applicable). Due to the unique nature of the venue in which education is delivered and due to the need to ensure safety and security for all involved in the delivery of education, there is a high level of datasharing between CETB and the relevant prison body in relation to CETB staff and the learners participating in the education and training programmes. This datasharing will include: student records (which are held on the Prison Education Management System (PEMS) administered by the Irish Prison Service); teacher records (which are securely held by CETB). Examination scripts may be removed from the prison for marking by teachers. Garda vetting is undertaken through the Teaching Council and/or CETB, as appropriate.
3.16 SUSI: SUSI is a business unit of City of Dublin CETB, which is the single national student grant awarding authority designated by the Minister for Education and Skills under the Student Support Act 2011. SUSI administers applications under the annual Student Grant Scheme for higher and further education grants. CDCETB is the joint Data Controller with the Department of Education and Skills for student grant applications under the Student Grant Scheme. SUSI processes information submitted via an online application process. In submitting a single online application, personal details of all parties to the application together with their income details are provided to SUSI. All parties are required to acknowledge that they have read the SUSI data protection statement (a summary text and link to the full text are provided at this point in the application form) and to confirm that the information they provide is complete and accurate (a form of declaration to this effect is provided at this point). The categories of personal data provided by parties to an application and collected by SUSI for the purpose of assessment are: name, address and contact details, date of birth, PPS number; nationality; employment details; bank details. As part of conducting an assessment and ongoing grant management and payment, SUSI may share some or all of the data provided by parties to an application with other Government bodies and agencies set out in Schedule 2 of the Student Support Act 2011. The third parties with whom SUSI exchanges data include the Department of Education and Skills, the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection, the Revenue Commissioners, the Central Applications Office, the HSE and former awarding authorities, i.e. CETBs. All data sharing arrangements are governed by respective data sharing agreements with each of the data sharing bodies. Section 28(5) of the Student Support Act 2011 provides for the relevant purpose of collecting, processing and sharing the information submitted to SUSI. The purposes include obtaining information to determine whether an applicant is eligible for a grant; verifying data supplied as part of the application process; assisting in the processing of an application for a grant by a student and assisting in the payment of grants to students, and verifying that a student
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is enrolled or registered, in accordance with the rules of an approved institution, and continuing to attend an approved course at an approved institution.
3.17 Teaching Council: The Teaching Council is the statutory body that regulates the teaching profession in Ireland. It was established by the Teaching Council Acts 2001 2015. Personal data is shared by Teaching Council and CETB for the purposes of the Teaching Council performing its statutory functions (including regulating the teaching profession and promoting professional standards), including to fulfil the statutory functions set out below:
Sharing of Information from the Register: S.30 of the Teaching Council Acts 2001 2015 requires all teachers to register with the Council if they are to be paid from State funds. It states that if the teacher is not registered, or is otherwise removed or suspended from the register, they shall not be remunerated out of moneys provided by the Oireachtas. Section 7 of the Education (Amendment) Act 2012 provides that the Teaching Council shall provide CETB with information held by the Council in respect of each person who is or was a registered teacher, and to provide CETB with information regarding whether that person s conditional registration lapses, or if the person is removed from the teaching register. The
Teaching Council operates a paymaster interface to the Register of Teachers in order to facilitate CETBs verifying the teacher s eligibly for payroll pursuant to section 30 Teaching
Council Acts 2001 2015, and for verifying qualifications for the calculation of qualification allowances etc.
Data Sharing re. Vetting: The Teaching Council is responsible for coordinating statutory vetting of the teaching profession, and shares teachers personal data (including special category data) with the National Vetting Bureau for that purpose. The statutory process for conducting vetting applications is prescribed by the National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Acts 2012 to 2016. Where an applicant applies for a position in a school/centre (or otherwise pursuant to the retrospective vetting provisions prescribed by the Department of Education and Skills) the Teaching Council is required to release a copy of the Vetting Outcome/disclosure to that school/centre, and therefore there is datasharing between CETB and the Teaching Council as part of this process.
Data Sharing re. Fitness to Teach/Regulatory Procedures: The Teaching Council is required to undertake investigative and disciplinary functions. This includes conducting inquiries into matters such as professional misconduct, poor professional performance, and fitness to teach. The Teaching Council may call upon any person in attendance as a witness before a panel under section 43 Teaching Council Act produce any documentation in his or
her power or control lawfully required by the panel to be produced by him/her. Pursuant to section 43B of the Teaching Council Acts 2001  2015 it shall be an offence to refuse such a request.
For more information in relation to data processing within the Teaching Council, please refer to HYPERLINK "http://www.teachingcouncil.ie/en/AboutUs/DataProtectionCompliancePolicy" www.teachingcouncil.ie/en/AboutUs/DataProtectionCompliancePolicy.
3.18 Central Statistics Office: The Department of Education and Skills and CETBs make aggregated, cumulative, statistical data available to the Central Statistics Office, under the Statistics Acts to assist with the compilation of national statistics.
3.19 Revenue Commissioners: For payroll purposes, to remit employers tax and employees PRSI, PAYE etc and other tax deductions to the Revenue Commissioners.
3.20 Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: The Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: may require CETB to provide it with certain personal data relating to a student/learner (and/or his/her parents where the student is under 18 years). Section 265(1) of the Social Welfare (Consolidated) Act 2005 provides that a specified body (of which CETB is one) may share information with another specified body (of which the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: is another). Such datasharing, where requested, will proceed if it complies with the Data Protection Commissioner s Guidance note on Data Sharing in the Public Sector8 , and in particular the advices: public bodies who engage in data sharing arrangements should, in advance of any such sharing, inform all individuals whose personal data is being shared of the data sharing arrangement by outlining the information as required to be provided as per
https://dataprotection.ie/docs/DataSharinginthePublicSector/m/1217.htm
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Section 2(2D) of the DPA .
3.21 Financial Institutions: Data is transferred to financial institutions for the purposes of administering staff payroll, payment of expenses, processing of student fees and grants etc.
3.22 Past and Future Employers: to obtain/furnish references, and/or service records.
3.23 Financial Accounts, Audits, and Auditors: CETB is required to prepare financial statements (see S.51 Education and Training Board Act 2013) and to comply with the Comptroller and Auditor General in respect of its statutory audit function and, pursuant to S.25 of the Education and Training Board, to report to the Public Accounts Committee of Dil ireann and give evidence to that committee regarding the propriety of the affairs of CETB.
The Internal Audit Unit (IAUETBs) evaluates the integrity of all financial and operational performance indicators, including regulatory compliance and gives an independent opinion to the Audit Committee on the adequacy and effectiveness of the whole system of internal controls and assurance within the organisation as well as on the extent to which the Audit Committee and, subsequently, the Board may rely on these. The function of the IAUETBs is set out in the Code of Practice for the Governance of ETBs.9 The provisions of the Code of Practice as set out in DES Circular 0018/2015 and underpinned by the terms of S.52 of the ETB Act 2013 have a statutory basis.
3.24 Pension Administrators, Companies offering Additional Voluntary Contribution (AVC) pension products (where relevant), Financial Organisations offering income continuity policies (where relevant): for any occupational pension scheme to be operated, transfers of service executed, contributions to be remitted and pension benefits paid and the implementation of family law pension adjustment orders etc. If the employee is participating in an AVC or incomecontinuity policy and requires the employer to transmit information or remit payments to that entity, CETB will facilitate same where directed to do so by the employee. Pensions data will also be transferred to the Revenue Commissioners and the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: where required by law.
3.25 Trade Unions: staff may be members of recognised unions and they may wish to be represented by their trade union official (and/or shop steward) in certain IR/HR matters in the workplace. These are dealt with in the relevant workplace policies and sectoral Circulars issued by the Department of Education and Skills.
3.26 CETBs Insurer and/or Legal Advisors, including the Legal Services Support Unit, Education and Training Boards Ireland: CETB transfers and shares data with its insurers, Irish Public Bodies and their duly appointed workplace investigators, claims handlers and legal advisors, pursuant to CETB s insurance policy. CETB also shares and transfers personal data to its legal advisors to obtain legal advices and for the taking and defending of legal claims. These transfers are for the purposes of obtaining legal advices, resolving disputes and defending, compromising or otherwise settling litigation.
3.27 Service Providers (CCTV, security, IT support, payments solutions platforms, direct marketing agencies or printing companies, plagiarism detection services/software, service providers delivering services to students, eg. Apps, Tablets etc). To obtain appropriate expertise and support and to ensure that CETB is being properly managed. These service providers shall be retained pursuant to a written Service Level Agreement and/or Data Processing Agreement.
3.28 Health & Safety Authority (HSA): To report matters including workplace accidents and dangerous occurrences pursuant to the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2016.
3.29 Paymaster General: the body that administers the payment of pensions to pensioners. For further information, please see HYPERLINK "http://www.pssc.gov.ie/aboutpssc" www.pssc.gov.ie/aboutpssc (under the aegis of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform).
Department of Education and Skills Circular Letter 0018/2015 Section 14.
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3.30 Payroll Shared Services: when implemented, CETB will transfer data in accordance with a Data Sharing Agreement and/or Memorandum of Understanding/Service Level Agreement.
3.31 Financial Shared Services: when implemented, CETB will transfer data in accordance with a Data Sharing Agreement and/or Memorandum of Understanding/Service Level Agreement.
3.32 Education and Training Boards Ireland: CETB shares data with its national representative body, Education and Training Boards Ireland (ETBI) as recognised under S.2 of the Education and Training Boards Act, 2013. ETBI operates pursuant to its Constitution and to collectively represent its member ETBs and to promote their interests, as set out in the Education and Training Boards Act 2013.
3.33 Public Service Transfer Network: where an employee requests a transfer of service to and from the civil service, Garda Sochna, national and secondary teaching sector and the Defence Forces, this scheme permits them to transfer pensionable/reckonable service for the purposes of the superannuation provisions applying to persons employed in a pensionable capacity. The transfer of information to the new employer is at the specific request of the employee. For further information and a list of the current participants in the network, please see HYPERLINK "http://www.etbi.ie/wpcontent/uploads/2014/02/pstn_list_of_participants_17_2_14.pdf" www.CETBi.ie/wp HYPERLINK "http://www.etbi.ie/wpcontent/uploads/2014/02/pstn_list_of_participants_17_2_14.pdf" content/uploads/2014/02/pstn_list_of_participants_17_2_14.pdf
This is an indicative list of the bodies to whom we transfer data but it is not an exhaustive list. We will disclose to other third parties (who are not necessarily listed here) where there is a legal basis and/or we are legally required to do so.
Section 4: Third country/International Transfers
We do not transfer your personal data to a third country or international organisation. If, in the course of providing services to CETB, a thirdparty Data Processor should transfer data outside of the EA, we will endeavour to notify the data subjects affected.
Section 5: Automated DecisionMaking/Profiling
We do not engage in automated decision making/profiling.
Section 6: Records Management and Retention
In this section, we will give you further information about the period for which your personal data will be stored (or, if that is not possible, the criteria used to determine that period). CETB s Records Management Policy and Records Retention Schedule are available at: HYPERLINK "http://cork.etb.ie/aboutus/policies/corporategovernance/" http://cork.etb.ie/about HYPERLINK "http://cork.etb.ie/aboutus/policies/corporategovernance/" us/policies/corporategovernance/. Please note the Retention Schedule is subject to ongoing review and monitoring.
Section 7: Data Subject Rights
In this section, we will give you further information about your rights as a data subject. In our Privacy Notice and in this Data Protection Policy, we give you information in order to ensure that the processing of your personal data is fair and transparent. If you have any additional queries, please contact our Data Protection Office (contact details in Section 8).
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7.1 Right to Complain to the Data Protection Commissioner: Please let us know if you have any comments or queries. If you wish, you have the right to lodge a complaint to the Data Protection Commissioner. Their contact details are set out below:
Telephone+353 57 8684800+353(0)761 104 800Lo Call Number1890 252 231Fax+35357 868 4757Emailinfo@dataprotection.iePostalData Protection CommissionerCanal House, Station RoadPortarlington, Co. LaoisR32 AP23
7.2 Right of Access:
7.2.1 You have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not your personal data are being processed by CETB, and, where that is the case, access to the personal data and the following information:
the purposes of the processing;
the categories of personal data concerned;
the recipients or categories of recipient to whom your personal data have been or will be disclosed, in particular recipients in third countries or international organisations; (and where your data are transferred to a third country or to an international organisation, you shall have the right to be informed of the appropriate safeguards).
where possible, the envisaged period for which the personal data will be stored, or, if not possible, the criteria used to determine that period;
the existence of the right to ask CETB to rectify or erase your personal data or restrict the processing of your personal data or to object to such processing;
the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Commissioner;
where your personal data are not collected directly from you, any available information as to their source;
the existence of automated decisionmaking, including profiling, and, meaningful information about the logic involved, as well as the significance and the possible consequences of such processing for you.
7.2.2 Where we receive such a request, CETB reserves the right to request such official identification documentation (e.g. passport or driver s licence) from you.
7.2.3 Where a valid request has been received, CETB shall provide a copy of the personal data undergoing processing. For any further copies requested by the data subject, CETB reserves the right to charge a reasonable fee based on administrative costs.
7.2.4 Where you make the request by electronic means, and unless otherwise requested by you, the information shall be provided in a commonly used electronic form.
7.2.5 The right to obtain a copy of your data shall not adversely affect the rights and freedoms of others.
7.2.6 If data relating to a third party is involved, it will not be disclosed without the consent of that third party or alternatively the data will be anonymised in order to conceal the identity of the third party.
7.2.7 CETB reserves the right to supply personal information to an individual in an electronic format e.g. on tape, USB, CD etc. If the requested data are CCTV recordings, CETB reserves the right to release this either (a) in soft copy footage, or (b) in still images (photos) at a rate of one photograph per second of video10. If the CCTV footage includes images of other people, their images may be pixilated or otherwise blanked out.
7.3 Right to Rectification
7.3.1 Where CETB is processing inaccurate personal data, you have the right to have those inaccuracies rectified.
7.3.2 Taking into account the purposes of the processing (see Section 2 of this Policy), you have the
See page 10 of guidance issued by the ODPC: https://dataprotection.ie/documents/AccessGuidance.pdf
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right to have incomplete personal data completed (including by means of you providing us with a supplementary statement).
7.4 Right to be Forgotten
7.4.1 You may have the right to be forgotten/the right to erasure of your personal data, subject to certain conditions.
7.4.2 The Right to be Forgotten shall apply only where:
the personal data are no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed;
where the processing is based on Consent (see Section 2 above) and there is no other legal ground for the processing, and you now wish to withdraw that consent;
you object to the processing pursuant to Article 21(1) and there are no overriding legitimate grounds for the processing, or the data subject objects to the processing pursuant to Article 21(2) (direct marketing);
your data have been unlawfully processed;
your data have to be erased for compliance with a legal obligation in Union or Member State law to which the controller is subject;
your data have been collected in relation to the offer of information society services referred to in Article 8(1).
7.4.3 Notification: Where CETB has made the personal data public and is obliged pursuant to Article 17(1) GDPR to erase the personal data, CETB, taking account of available technology and the cost of implementation, shall take reasonable steps, including technical measures, to inform controllers which are processing the personal data that the data subject has requested the erasure by such controllers of any links to, or copy or replication of, those personal data.
7.4.4 The Right to be Forgotten (and the notification referred to at (7.4.3) above) shall not apply to the extent that the processing is necessary:
for exercising the right of freedom of expression and information;
for compliance with a legal obligation which requires processing by Union or Member State law to which CETB is subject or for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the controller;
for reasons of public interest in the area of public health in accordance with Article 9(2)(h) and (i), as well as Article 9(3);
for archiving purposes in the public interest, scientific or historical research purposes or statistical purposes in accordance with Article 89(1) in so far as the right referred to in paragraph 1 is likely to render impossible or seriously impair the achievement of the objectives of that processing; or
for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claim.
7.5 Right to Restrict Processing
7.5.1 You have the right to request us to restrict our processing your personal data subject to the conditions set out in Article 18 GDPR.
7.5.2 The right to restriction arises one of the following applies:
You are contesting the accuracy of your personal data, for a period enabling CETB to verify the accuracy of your personal data;
the processing is unlawful and you are opposing the erasure of the personal data and are requesting the restriction of the use of your data instead;
CETB no longer needs the personal data for the purposes of the processing, but they are required by you for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims;
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You have objected to processing pursuant to Article 21(1) pending the verification whether the legitimate grounds of the controller override those of the data subject.
7.5.3 Where processing has been restricted, such personal data shall (with the exception of storage) only be processed with your consent or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims or for the protection of the rights of another natural or legal person or for reasons of important public interest of the Union or of a Member State.
7.5.4 Where you have restricted our processing of your data pursuant to Article 18(1), you shall be informed by CETB before the restriction of processing is lifted.
7.6 Right to Data Portability
7.6.1 You shall have the right to data portability per Article 20 GDPR. This means that you shall receive your personal data, which you have provided CETB, in a structured, commonly used and machinereadable format.
7.6.2 The right to data portability applies where:
the processing is based on Consent (Article 6(1)(g) or Article 9(2)(a)), or on a Contract Article 6(1)(b); and
the processing is carried out by automated means.
7.6.3 For the avoidance of doubt, the right to data portability does not apply to processing necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the controller.
7.6.4 The right to data portability shall not adversely affect the rights and freedoms of others.
7.6.5 You have the right to transmit those data to another controller without hindrance from CETB to which the personal data have been provided.
7.6.6 In exercising your right to data portability, you shall have the right to have the personal data transmitted directly from one controller to another, where technically feasible.
7.7 Right to Object
7.7.1 You shall have the right to object, on grounds relating to your particular situation, at any time, to processing of your personal data based on:
Public Interests (Article 6(1)(e)
Legitimate interests (Article 6(1)(f)).
including the right to object to profiling based on those provisions.
7.7.2 CETB will no longer process your personal data unless it demonstrates compelling genuine grounds for the processing which override your interests, rights and freedoms, or for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.
7.7.3 Where personal data are processed for direct marketing purposes, you shall have the right to object at any time to processing of your personal data for such marketing, which includes profiling to the extent that it is related to such direct marketing.
7.7.4 Where you object to processing for direct marketing purposes, your personal data shall no longer be processed for such purposes
7.7.5 You have the right to object to processing based solely on automated means, including profiling, which produces legal effects concerning you or similarly significantly affects you however CETB does not engage in automated decision making.
7.8 Data Controller s Obligation to Notify Others
7.8.1 CETB shall communicate any rectification (7.3 above), or erasure (7.4 above) of personal data, or restriction of processing (7.5 above) carried out to each recipient to whom the personal data have been disclosed, unless this proves impossible or involves disproportionate effort.
7.8.2 CETB shall inform you about those recipients if you request it.
7.9 General Information relating to all Rights Referred to above
7.9.1 Upon receipt of a valid request, CETB shall attend to your request without undue delay and in any event within one month of receipt of the request. That period may be extended by two further months where necessary, taking into account the complexity and number of the requests. CETB shall inform you of any such extension within one month of receipt of the request, together with the reasons for the delay.
7.9.2 In the case of an access request (see section 7.2 above, Right of Access ) where a subsequent
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or similar access request is made after the first request has been complied with, CETB has discretion as to what constitutes a reasonable interval between access requests and this will be assessed on a caseby case basis.
7.9.3 If CETB does not take action on foot of the request of the data subject, the controller shall inform you without delay and at the latest within one month of receipt of the request of the reasons for not taking action and on the possibility of lodging a complaint with the Data Protection Commissioner and seeking a judicial remedy.
7.9.4 Where requests from you are manifestly unfounded or excessive, in particular because of their repetitive character, CETB may either: (a) charge a reasonable fee taking into account the administrative costs of providing the information or communication or taking the action requested; or (b) refuse to act on the request.
You can exercise these rights at any time. For further information, please contact our Data Protection Officer.
Section 8: Contact our Data Protection Officer (DPO)
The Data Protection Officer (DPO) for Cork ETB is Liz Donnelly. Contact details:
Email: HYPERLINK "mailto:dataprotection@corketb.ie" dataprotection@corketb.ie or Telephone: 021/4273377.
If you have any other queries, please contact our DPO.
APPENDIX 1  Personal Data and Legal Basis
In this section, we give you more information about the type of personal data we collect and the purposes for that datacollection. We also give you more information about what we do with that data, and the lawful basis relied upon. We give more detail around whether the provision of personal data is optional or required.
Type of Personal DataPurposes and whether providing the data isLegal Basisoptional or required.STUDENT DATA1.Identity and Contact Details" nameRequired: Without this information, we cannotLegal obligation: specifically, section 20" address and contact details (to include phone numbers andidentify you, or contact you, or enrol you in order toEducation Act 1998 that requires a schoolemail addresses)deliver educational services to you.register to be established and maintained," family details (In the case of students who are under 18being a register of all students attending thatyears at the time of enrolment, we collect the name, address,Purposes: CETB adds this personal data to theirschool, and the provisions of the Educationand contact details of parents/guardians).system in order to add them to the academicand Training Boards Act 2013." genderregister, contact the student about their course," date of birthallocate the student to a particular class/programmeCompliance with a Legal Obligation: ingroup, to contact parents/guardians:exercise of CETB s official functions and to" in case of an emergency (illhealth or injury),ensure that CETB is in a position to" to notify you of school closure (e.g. adversedischarge its duty of care to the student.weather conditions),Under section 9(g) of the Education Act" to notify parents/guardians of their child snonattendance or late attendance,1998, all schools are under a duty to "ensure" to notify parents/guardians of any otherthat parents of a student, or in the case of aissues relating to their child s welfare orstudent who has reached the age of 18years, the student, have access in theconduct in school,prescribed manner to records kept by that" to communicate with you in relation to yourchild s social, emotional and educationalschool relating to the progress of that studentin his or her education."progress" for other administrative and managementtasks.Public Interest/Substantial Public Interest:Pursuant to section 9(g) of the Education Act 1998,Specifically in respect of education for thoseunder 18 years old, that a child s right towe will communicate all matters related to aeducation is recognised under internationalstudent's progress with his/her parent/guardian untillaw: UN Convention on the Rights of thesuch time that s/he attains 18yearsofage. SaidChild: Article 28: State Parties recognise thecommunications may include written, oral and
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electronic communications so as to notify the
recipient about other events, e.g. parent teacher
meetings, sports days, school concerts/events,
arrangements for academic registration, class
details, start dates, book lists, subjectselection,
school trips etc.
right of the child to education, and with a view to achieving this right progressively and on the basis of equal opportunity, they shall, in particular: (a) Make primary education compulsory and available free to all, (b) Encourage the development of different forms of secondary education, including general and vocational education, make them available and accessible to every child and take appropriate measures such as the introduction of free education and offering financial assistance in case of need; Specifically, in respect of education for those over 18 years, the substantial public interests in giving individuals a second chance to obtain education and training and to promote opportunities for adults, in particular adults who as children did not avail of or benefit from education in schools, to avail of educational opportunities through adult and continuing education (section 6(d) Education Act 1998), to enhance their future career and personal development opportunities, facilitate greater social inclusion, on the basis of Union or Member State law (specifically CETB s statutory function to provide education and training per Education and Training Boards Act 2013) which shall be proportionate to the aim pursued, respect the essence of the right to data protection and provide for suitable and specific measures to safeguard the fundamental rights and the interests of the data subject.
Vital interests: To enable parent/guardians to be contacted in the case of emergency etc. or to inform parents of their child s educational progress or to inform parents of school events etc.
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2.Application InformationOptional or Required?" Application FormRequired: We cannot deal with your application orCompliance with a Legal Obligation: In the" Student Transfer Forms (applications to transfer from onedetermine whether you meet the admissions criteriacase of established schools (primary andsecondlevel school to another).set out in the admissions policy and/or otherwisepostprimary), Youthreach centres, otherThese Forms require the applicant to provide the followingmeets the eligibility requirements if we do not havecentres of education12, processing istypes of personal data:this information.necessary for compliance with a legal" Nameobligation to which the controller is subject," AddressPurposes: Established schools (primary and postspecifically, that collecting of personal data" Date of birthprimary), Youthreach centres, other centres ofrelating to the admissions/enrolment process" Contact details (including postal address, mobile phoneeducation11, further education, adult education, andis required per Section 9(m) Education Actnumber, email address etc).training centres operating under the remit of CETB199813, Section 15(2)(d) Education Act" Parent/guardians contact details (if applicant is under 18publish their admissions policy and/or programme199814, and Section 19 Education Welfareyears) including postal address, mobile phone number, emailof available courses, together with any relevantAct 200015.address etc.eligibility requirements. In addition, in certain limited" For established Schools: position in family and whether othersituations, students apply to transfer from one postContract: In the case of further education,siblings already in the school.primary school to another, in which case theadult education, and training centres,student (or his/her parent/guardian) submits a" For Gaelscoil/Gaelcholiste only, (education through theprocessing is necessary for the performanceStudent Transfer Form. Prospective studentsmedium of Irish) details re the student s language andof a contract to which the data subject is(and/or their parents if the prospective student iswhether Irish is his/her mother tongue and/or whether his/herparty or in order to take steps at the requestunder 18 years old), are invited to submitparent(s) speaks to the child in Irish at home.of the data subject prior to entering into aApplications Forms to schools and/or courses to" For Designated Community Colleges: Only such religiouscontract.which they are interested in attending. CETBinformation as is required for the purposes of complying withprocesses these Application Forms to establishthe school's admissions policy where necessitated by thePublic Interest/Substantial Public Interest:whether each applicant meets the admissionsschool s deed of trust/model agreement;Specifically (a) in respect of education forcriteria set out in the admissions policy and/or" Information on previous academic record (including reports,those under 18 years old, that a child s right
As defined in section 2(1) Education Act 1998
As defined in section 2(1) Education Act 1998
Requires that a school establish and maintain an admissions policy which provides for maximum accessibility to the school.
Requires the board to publish the policy of the school concerning admission to and participation in the school, including the policy of the school relating to the admission to and participation by students with disabilities or who have other special educational needs, and to ensure that as regards that policy principles of equality and the right of parents to send their children to a school of the parents choice are respected, having regard to the characteristic spirit of the school.
Provides that the Board of Management shall not refuse to admit a student except where such refusal is in accordance with the admission policy of the school concerned.
26references, assessments and other records from anyotherwise meets the eligibility requirements.to education is recognised underprevious school(s) attended by the student.Successful applicants are offered placements andinternational law16 and (b) in respect of" Other relevant information required in order to ascertainthe enrolment process them begins (see below).education for those over 18 years, thewhether the student meets the published Admissions PolicyThe completed Application Forms are placed on thesubstantial public interests in givingoperated by the relevant School/centre and/or otherwisestudent s file. The personal data is then used byindividuals a second chance to obtainmeets the acceptance criteria for the course/programme.CETB for the enrolment process, includingeducation and training and to promote" (For admission to a special educational needs unit within acommunicating to the student about their start date,opportunities for adults, in particular adultsmainstream school) details of any special educational needs.course details, book list/reading list, informationwho as children did not avail of or benefitabout fees, information about grants andfrom education in schools, to avail ofscholarships, and other information relating toeducational opportunities through adult andregistration and course administration. For furthercontinuing education17 , to enhance theirinformation see Enrolment information below.future career and personal developmentopportunities, facilitate greater socialinclusion, on the basis of Union or MemberState law (specifically CETB s statutoryfunction to provide education and trainingper Education and Training Boards Act 2013)which shall be proportionate to the aimpursued, respect the essence of the right todata protection and provide for suitable andspecific measures to safeguard thefundamental rights and the interests of thedata subject.3.Enrolment InformationOptional or Required?Once the school/centre has accepted the student s application,Required: We cannot meet our statutory obligationCompliance with a Legal Obligation: inand has offered the student a place, in addition to retaining theto deliver appropriate education to students and/orexercise of CETB s official functions and toinformation set out in the Application Form section above, thewe cannot satisfy our duty of care to the studentensure that CETB is in a position tofollowing personal data is collected:without this information.discharge its duty of care to the student." Emergency contact details (and the details re their
UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: Article 28: State Parties recognise the right of the child to education, and with a view to achieving this right progressively and on the basis of equal opportunity, they shall, in particular:
Make primary education compulsory and available free to all,
Encourage the development of different forms of secondary education, including general and vocational education, make them available and accessible to every child and take appropriate measures such as the introduction of free education and offering financial assistance in case of need;
Make higher education accessible to all on the basis of capacity by every appropriate means,
Make educational and vocational information and guidance available and accessible to all children;
Take measures to encourage regular attendance at schools and the reduction of dropout rates .
Section 6(d) Education Act 1998.
27relationship to the student)Purposes: to ensure we know who to contact inCompliance with a Legal Obligation: to" Details of any relevant medical information and detailscase of an emergency, to ensure that we have anyvindicate the student s right to an inclusiveof the student s GP (to be contacted in case ofrelevant information as may be necessary toeducation per Education for Persons withemergency)preserve the student s health, to meet the child sSpecial Educational Needs Act 2004." Details of any court orders or other arrangements inmedical/care needs, to ensure that the child isplace governing access to or custody of the child.released to the care of the correct person at the endPublic Interest/Substantial Public Interest:" Details of any special needs/medical needs that needof the School day, to apply for resources for thesee (2) above.to be accommodated, e.g. medical assessment,student, to deliver education appropriate to theVital interests: To enable thepsychological assessment/report. Details of whetherneeds of the student, to deliver religious instruction,school/education centre to respondthe student has been in receipt of learning support.to ascertain whether the student is exempt from theappropriately to the needs of the student inDetails of whether the student been granted resourcestudy of Irish (and to arrange the student sorder to protect the student s vital interests.teaching hours and/or special needs assistance hourstimetabling accordingly), to assess the student sby the NCSE. Details of whether the student receivededucational progress and apply for appropriateEAL (English as an Additional Language) support.accommodation and/or therapeutic support whereThese are required for the purposes of makingrequired.application to the DES for allocation of resources tosupport the student in his/her learning.
Information on previous academic record
Details re whether the student is exempt from studying Irish (e.g. received primary school up to 11 years of age outside Ireland, evidence of disability, student from abroad etc). Further details on exemptions and the documentation required to be exhibited to obtain same are available at HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/Parents/Information/IrishExemption" www.education.ie/en/Parents/Information/Irish HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/Parents/Information/IrishExemption" Exemption
Consent to standardised testing (for the purposes of assessing literacy/numeracy progress, for Reasonable Accommodation in State Examinations, for assisting in referrals to NEPS, and for career guidance etc.
4.At Enrolment StageOptional or Required?(a)CCTV imagesRequired: for the purposes outlined in our CCTVVital Interests: specifically, the right of CETBPolicy, a copy of which is available at:to protect its property and equipment, and its HYPERLINK "http://www.xxxxetb.ie/" http://cork.etb.ie/aboutus/policies/corporateduty to ensure a safe place of work and study HYPERLINK "http://www.xxxxetb.ie/" governance/for all who come on to the premises.Purposes: CCTV is in operation at the perimeter,Public interest/substantial public interest,exterior and certain internal common areas withinspecifically to ensure that CETB property is
28CETB premises. The purposes of CCTV are set outprotected, deter crime, toin the CCTV Policy.detect/investigate/prosecute crime, and totake appropriate action to protect staff andstudents.(b)For Community National Schools, membership of an organisedOptional: If the parent seeks for their child toIn the public interest: facilitating thefaith / religion only insofar as it is required to enable the schoolreceive religious instruction in the Communityexercise of parents rights under Article 42.1to facilitate the delivery of religious instruction outside of schoolnational school outside of school hours.of the Constitution: The State acknowledgeshours and to liaise with the relevant local faith community inthat the primary and natural educator of therelation to preparation for religious sacraments, on foot of aPurpose: to facilitate the use of school buildingschild is the family and guarantees to respectparent's request for same.outside of school hours for religious instruction.the inalienable right and duty of parents toprovide, according to their means, for thereligious and moral, intellectual, physical andsocial education of their children .At enrolment stage, the following is also sought on thebasis of Consent:(c)Parental/student preferences regarding direct marketingOptional: you are not required to submit thisConsent: You can give explicit consent tocontacts (e.g. promotions, etc). If they chose to receive suchpersonal data to us if you do not wish to bethe processing of your personal data fordirect marketing, then we will collect mobile phone numberscontacted for direct marketing.direct marketing if you wish, but this is purelyand/or email addresses for direct marketing purposes.optional. Where you give consent, thatPurposes: this is so that we know whether we canConsent can be withdrawn at any time.contact you for the purposes of direct marketing.(d)Photographs and recorded images of students (including atOptional: you are not required to submit thisConsent: You are asked to give your explicitschool events and noting achievements), but excluding CCTVpersonal data to us if you do not wish to do so.consent to the processing of those personalrecordings (dealt with above).data. This Consent can be withdrawn at anyPurposes: From time to time, photos and recordedtime.images will be processed at school events.Photographs, and recorded images of students aretaken to celebrate school achievements, compileyearbooks, establish a school website, recordschool events, and to keep a record of the history ofthe school/centre/programme. We ask you for yourconsent to take your photograph (or thephotographs of your child, where appropriate) oryour consent to any other form of visual or audiorecording (e.g. video, audio etc) (but excludingCCTV recordings that are dealt with separatelybelow. For further information, please also see ourCCTV Policy, a copy of which is available at
29 HYPERLINK "http://www.xxxxetb.ie/" http://cork.etb.ie/aboutus/policies/corporate HYPERLINK "http://www.xxxxetb.ie/" governance/)5.Information Transferred from Primary SchoolOptional or Required?Education Passport (endofyear 6th Class Report card forRequired: this is required under the EducationCompliance with a Legal Obligation:transferring to postprimary school)(Welfare) Act 2000. We cannot deliver appropriatespecifically, that processing the personal dataeducation to students and/or we cannot satisfy ouris required pursuant to section 20(5)(b)duty of care to the student without this information.Education (Welfare) Act 200018.Purposes: The Education Passport is prepared byprimary schools as the endofyear 6th Class Reportcard for transferring to postprimary school. TheNCCA template states: to support your child smove to postprimary school, we will send a copy ofthis report card to his/her new school. We will do soafter the postprimary principal has confirmed yourchild s enrolment for the new school year . Theprotocols supporting this process are set out in DESCirculars 42/2015 and 34/2016.6.Student Data (including special category data) shared withOptional or Required?the Department of Education and Skills via POD & PPODThe following personal data is transferred to DES:Required. However, if this personal data is notLegalobligationandPublic" Forename and surname;provided by the parent/guardian, then the pupil willinterests/substantialpublicinterests:" PPS numbernot be counted for the school s capitation paymentspecifically, that CETB is properly resourced" Mother s birth nameand teacher allocation (unless the parent submits aand obtains all grant payments and teacher" Student s date of birthwritten letter of objection, in which case a partialallocations to which it is eligible in order to" Class (teacher/class name)record will be created for that pupil on POD and thatdeliver appropriate education to students. A" Current Standard (e.g. Senior Infant, 1st Class etc).pupil will be counted for capitation purposes. Forspecified body (which includes an established" Genderfurther information, please seeschoolsand centres ofeducation, and an HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/CircularsandForms/ActiveCirculars/cI0038_2016.pdf" www.education.ie/en/CircularsandForms/ActiveCETB) may share any prescribed information" Address including Eircode HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/CircularsandForms/ActiveCirculars/cI0038_2016.pdf" Circulars/cI0038_2016.pdf )with the Department of Education and Skills or" Nationalitythe HEA per section 262(6)(a) Social Welfare" Enrolment DateConsolidation Act 2005. The list set out herein
Section 20(5)Education Act 1998: The principal of a recognised school shall, on receiving a notification under subsection (3) in relation to a child, notify the principal of the school firstmentioned in that subsection of (a) any problems relating to school attendance that the child concerned had while attending the secondmentioned school referred to therein, and (b) such other matters relating to the child's educational progress as he or she considers appropriate.
30" Enrolment SourcePurpose: For primary and postprimary student,is the prescribed information for the" Leaving datepersonal data is requested by the Department ofpurposes of section 266 Social Welfare" Leaving destinationEducation and Skills  POD, PPOD etc: TheConsolidation Act 2005 and S.I.317/2015" If the student is in a class for students with Special EducationalDepartment of Education and Skills requires CETB( Social Welfare (Consolidated Claims,needs, and if so the level of integration of the student, if any,to provide student data information to thePayments and Control) Amendments (No.4)Department of Education and Skills19. The(Sharing of Information) Regulation 2015,in mainstream class settings" If the student is in a special class, and if so the type of specialDepartment of Education and Skills uses this dataamending Article 189 of the Social Welfareclass,to monitor educational progress as pupils move(Consolidated Claims, Payments and Control)" If the student is in a special school and if so the category ofthrough the primary education system and on toRegulations 2007 S.I.142/2007capitation grant that is paid in respect of that student,postprimary. The returns provide the DepartmentExplicit Consent: In respect of the following" Is a new entrant, is repeating a year (and if so, why)of Education and Skills with the information needed" If the student is a shortterm placement and if so the durationto develop and evaluate educational policy, toclasses of personal data: Whether thePupil s mother tongue is English or Irish,for which he/she is enrolledcalculate teacher allocation, capitation, grantpayments for schools, to determine resourceEthnic/Cultural background, Religion the" Whether the student boards at his/her schoolallocation, for statistical analysis and reporting instudent s parent/guardian is asked to give" Irish Exemption (if any, and if so the reason for same)the areas of social inclusion and integration oftheir explicit consent to the processing of" Learning support (including type)students in the education system, and for planningthose personal data." Mainstream or special classpurposes. CETB collects personal data to be" Whether the Pupil s mother tongue is English or Irish*Important note to Students and parents: iftransferred to the Department of Education and" Ethnic/Cultural background*a student or parent wishes to object to theirSkills via the Primary Online Database ( POD )" Religion*and/or the PostPrimary Online Database ( Pdata being shared with the Department of* The items marked * are optional, and parents/guardians doPOD ) systems).Education and Skills via the POD/PPODsystem, they should write to the Schoolnot have to supply this information if they do not consent.notifying them of their objection. For furtherinformation, see Department of Educationand Skills Circular 37/2016, page 2(paragraph 2(a)).7.Section 29 Appeals under the Education Act 1998Optional or Required?Section 29 Appeals documentation (permanent exclusion,Required: This is a statutory process outlined atCompliance with a Legal Obligation:suspension, refusal to enrol etc). The type of personal data thatsection 29 Education Act 1998. Where a parentspecifically, section 29 Education Act 1998.will be processed as part of this process will include thosemakes a section 29 Appeal, and the internal CETB
For Primary Schools, see circular 0024/2015 available at HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/CircularsandForms/ActiveCirculars/cl0025_2015.pdf" www.education.ie/en/CircularsandForms/ActiveCirculars/cl0025_2015.pdf Further information available at HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/Publications/Statistics/PrimaryOnlineDatabasePOD/" www.education.ie/en/Publications/Statistics/PrimaryOnlineDatabasePOD/PostPrimary Schools, see Circular 0023/2016 available at HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/CircularsandForms/ActiveCirculars/cl0023_2016.pdf" www.education.ie/Circularsand HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/CircularsandForms/ActiveCirculars/cl0023_2016.pdf" Forms/ActiveCirculars/cl0023_2016.pdf. Further information available at HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/SchoolsColleges/Services/Returns/PostPrimaryOnlineDatabasePPODProject/" www.education.ie/en/SchoolsColleges/Services/Returns/PostPrimaryOnlineDatabasePPOD HYPERLINK "http://www.education.ie/en/SchoolsColleges/Services/Returns/PostPrimaryOnlineDatabasePPODProject/" Project/
31documents as recommended in the NEWB document:process is exhausted, by progressing with thePublic Interest/Substantial Public Interest: Developing a Code of Behaviour: Guidelines for Schools ,appeal the parent acknowledges and understandsSpecifically the public interest/substantialavailable at:that the personal data relating to them/their childpublic interest of HYPERLINK "http://www.tusla.ie/uploads/content/guidelines_school_codes_eng.pdf" www.tusla.ie/uploads/content/guidelines_school_codes_eng.pshall be transferred by CETB to the Department of" vindicating a child s right to education and HYPERLINK "http://www.tusla.ie/uploads/content/guidelines_school_codes_eng.pdf" dfEducation and Skills for the purposes of theirensuring that any decision to expel,administering the appeal, convening the section 29suspend, or refusal to enrol, is lawful andhearing etc.proportionate.Purposes: Section 29 Appeals documentation" to ensure that other students do not havetheir learning seriously disrupted by(permanent exclusion, suspension, refusal to enrolmisbehaviour of other students.etc). In the case of a school established or" To ensure that another student smaintained by an CETB, an appeal against amisbehaviour/dangerous behaviour doesdecision to permanently exclude a student from thenot cause distress, anxiety, or pose aschool, or suspend a student from the school for athreat to the physical safety of othercumulative period of 20 days, or to refuse to enrol astudents and staff.student in the school is made in the first instance toVital interests: specifically, to ensure thatCETB20. CETB hearing and appeals process willstudents and staff are not subjected tobe heard by a committee established by CETB forpotentially dangerous or violent behaviourthat purpose. By submitting an appeal, afrom another student.parent/guardian understands and acknowledgesthat their personal data and that relating to theirchild data will be transferred to the DES andprocessed by that committee for the purposes ofhearing their appeal and issuing its determination.8.Student Data (including special category data) soughtOptional or Required?under the Programme Learner Support System (PLSS)PLSS: When you apply to attend a FET programme fundedRequired.Legal obligation: European Social Fundthrough SOLASRegulation (EU) 1304/2013 of the EuropeanWhen you apply to attend a FET programme funded throughPurpose: it is necessary to process personal dataParliament and of the Council 17 DecemberSOLAS, personal data and information that you provide will beyou provide in connection with your application to2013 ( ESF Regulation ). Under the ESFheld by one or more of the following entities (SOLAS, CETB,and attendance on a FET programme fundedRegulation, SOLAS (under the aegis of theCETBI, the Higher Education Authority, the Department ofthrough SOLAS:DES) has responsibility for coordinating FETEducation and Skills, Quality and Qualifications Ireland, the1. To contact you about the application.provision in Ireland. SOLAS has a number ofDepartment of Social Protection, CSO):2. To administer the application and to assessstatutory obligations under the ESFyour eligibility for a FET programme fundedRegulation which confers reporting and
Section 29(9) Education Act 1998.
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PPSN
First Name
Last Name
Gender
Date of Birth
Address
County
Email address
Mobile
Phone
Nationality
Country of Birth
Follow Up Consent
Parental Consent for Persons Under 18 Years of Age
Parental Details for Persons Under 18 Years of Age
Length of Residency In Ireland
Residency Status
Highest Formal Education: (Award), (Level),
Highest Formal Level field (ISCED)
Highest Formal Level Institution Type
Highest Formal Level Country, Duration, Year
Level of English Proficiency
NonFormal (0N) Type, Level, Field, Institution, Delivery Mode, Delivery Method, Duration
Literacy Level
Numeracy Level
ICT Literacy
Funding
Referral/EOI Source
Formal Education History (0N) Award, Level, Field, Institution, Country, Duration
NonFormal Education History (0N) Type, Level, Field, Institution, Duration
RPL
Driver s Licence
Irish Speaker
Other Languages
through SOLAS in a particular academic year.
To follow up with you after the application is received, as required.
Maintenance of your learner record (including personal and course details).
Management of course processes (including commencement, completion, progressions).
Providing advice and support through the FET provider Guidance Services, where available.
To contact you after the course completion in order to measure course impact in relation to your further education and training participation and/ or employment.
To track, evaluate and assess the outcomes of the FET programme.
To comply with European Union monitoring and reporting requirements.
To check/verify the accuracy of your personal data: to support efficient processing of the application, CETB may need to check the accuracy of personal information you provide with external data sources. For example, if you have achieved certifications previously from another institution, the FET programme provider may need to contact the other institution(s) for confirmation of any qualifications obtained.
operational functions on SOLAS. In order to receive funding, SOLAS must evaluate FET provision for the purposes of reporting to the European Commission on the benefits and uses of ESF cofunding which Ireland has received. An aim of the ESF Regulation is to ensure that the societal and FET needs of various groups within society are catered to. The European Commission requires annual reports to evaluate the provision of ESF cofunding (i.e. the effectiveness and advantages) and to ensure that no group in society is being discriminated against. To do this, a complete data set must exist which captures the multiple variables of personal data (e.g. gender, employment status, age, education level and household situation) to form representative of examples for the purposes of reporting on and evaluating the provision of ESF cofunding.
Article 125(d) states that SOLAS (as managing authority) shall, 'establish a system to record and store in computerised form data on each operation necessary for monitoring, evaluation, financial management, verification and audit, including data on individual participants in operations, where applicable' (emphasis added).
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Economic Statuscurrent
Economic status  current: start date
If employed, current employment: type, tenure, occupation, sector, duration with current employer
If unemployed, previous employment type, tenure, occupation, sector, duration with last employer
Total work experience: length of time in paid employment (including current employer, if employed)
If unemployed: DSP PEX score (probability of exit)
Employment history (0N): type, tenure, occupation, sector, duration
On Live Register
In receipt of jobseekers benefit, duration
In receipt of jobseekers allowance, duration
In receipt of credits (Live Register)
In receipt of credits: duration
In receipt of back to work allowance, duration
In receipt of back to education allowance, duration
In receipt of training allowance
In receipt of training allowance: duration
In receipt of oneparent family payment
In receipt of oneparent family payment: duration
In receipt of farm assistance, duration
In receipt of rural social scheme, duration
In receipt of back to work enterprise allowance
In receipt of back to work enterprise allowance: duration
In receipt of family income supplement
In receipt of family income supplement: duration
In receipt of continued child payment, duration
In receipt of any other welfare payment
In receipt of any other welfare payment: type
In receipt of any other welfare payment: duration
In receipt of a Medical Card
Welfare payment history (0N): type, duration
Homeless
Disability
Parenting/caring duties
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In receipt of a disability welfare payment
In receipt of a disability welfare payment: duration
In need of learner supports
Type of learner support required
Refugee
Asylum seeker
Member of a Minority Group
Living in a jobless household
Eligibility Outcome
Suitability Outcome
Start Date
Finish Date
Finish Reason
Progression/Placement
Sensitive information about you such as ethnic or cultural
background, living circumstances may be requested by a data
controller listed below, which you may freely decide to give or
not this is an entirely optional disclosure.
9.Academic Progress and other Personal Data gatheredOptional or Required?during the student s time in the School/Education Centre(a)" Academic progress and results,Required: We cannot meet our statutory obligationCompliance with a Legal Obligation:" State exam results,to deliver appropriate education to students and/orspecifically, Education Act 1998; Education" Results of inschool tests/exams (i.e. end of term, end ofwe cannot satisfy our duty of care to the studentand Training Boards Act 2013; Europeanyear exams, assessment results),without this information.Social Fund Regulation (EU) 1304/2013 of" Continuous assessment and end of term/year reports,Purposes:CETB processes this personal data inthe European Parliament and of the Council17 December 2013. Programme fororder to deliver education to students, and toEmployability, Inclusion and Learning 2014evaluate students academic progress, to register2020the student for State Examinations (Junior Cycle,Leaving Cycle), to submit the students work to therecognised accrediting body etc..(b)Attendance records including Registers and Roll books etc.Required: We are required to collect this data (andCompliance with a Legal Obligation:in certain situations, transfer this data to TUSLA)specifically, section 21 Education (Welfare)pursuant to the Education (Welfare) Act 2000.Purposes: CETB monitors attendance records.Schools are required to make statutory notifications
35to the Education Welfare Officer (TUSLA) in certainAct 200021.circumstances, such as where the student isPublic Interest/Substantial Public Interest:suspended for 6 days or more, where the student isspecifically the public interest/substantialabsent for an aggregate period of 20 school dayspublic interest of ensuring that students areduring the course of the year, and/or if the Principalattending their course, to increase theis of the opinion that the student is not attendingnumber of young people staying in fulltimeschool regularly.education, to improve the number of studentssuccessfully completing education courses,and to have a positive impact on retention foryoung people at risk of early school leaving.(c)Records of school tours/trips, including permission slips,Required: Although going on school tours/trips etcExplicit Consent: as stated, going on theseitinerary reports, any documents required by Irish Borderis generally optional (unless it is a field trip and is aschool tours/trips etc is generally optional.Control/INIS22.core part of the course) if the student does chooseThe data subject (and/or theirto attend, then we require this information in orderparent/guardian) has given explicit consent toto make appropriate travel/transportationthe processing of those personal data.arrangements, arrange appropriate supervisionratios, engage in responsible planning for the event.Purposes: From time to time, students will beinvited to go on tours or trips arranged by CETB.Where a student wishes to do so, personal data willbe processed for the purposes of organising thattrip, arranging travel plans, insurance etc.(d)Garda vetting form & outcome on students on work experienceRequired: Although engaging in work placementsExplicit Consent: the data subject (and/orexcluding primary school studentsis generally not mandatory, if a student wishes totheir parent/guardian) has given explicitengage with these programmes, statutory vettingconsent to the processing of that personalmay be required. The statutory process for vettingdata.is set down in National Vetting Bureau (Childrenand Vulnerable Persons) Act 2012 (as amended).Purposes: In respect of a work experienceplacement (where that work experience rolerequires that the student be Garda vetted) CETB
21. (1) The principal of a recognised school shall cause to be maintained in respect of each school year a record of the attendance or nonattendance on each school day of each student registered at that school. (2) A record maintained under subsection (1) shall specify the following, that is to say: (a) where a student attends at the school concerned on a school day, the fact of his or her attendance, or (b) where a student fails to so attend, the fact of his or her failure and the reasons for such failure. (3) A record to which this section applies shall be maintained at the recognised school concerned and shall be in such form as may be specified by the Board.
http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/travelwithchildren
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will assist the student in obtaining their Gardavetting outcome (with the consent of the studentand their parent/guardian) in order to furnish a copyof same (with the consent of the student and thestudent s parent/guardian) to the work experienceemployer.(e)Information about language spoken (for language support) andRequired: Information is gathered about theInterest/Substantial Public Interest:eligibility for Irish exemption.language spoken by the student. Without this,specifically, the public interest/substantialCETB will not know how to meet the student spublic interest of ensuring that studentsneeds and to deliver appropriate education.receive all learning supports and exemptionsfor which they are eligible in order to ensurePurpose: This is collected to ensure the studentthat they fulfil their potential to the fullesthas access to language support (where necessary)extent possible.and can apply for Irish exemption if eligible.Important Note: Separately to this, if the student isa primary or postprimary student, the Departmentof Education and Skills asks Schools to returninformation about whether the pupil s mothertongue is English or Irish as part of POD/PPOD.This is only provided by the student s parents on anoptional basis. For further information, see (9)above.(f)Special needs data, educational support records, medical dataRequired: Information is gathered about theCompliance with a Legal Obligation:etcstudent special educational needs and/or otherspecifically, the Education Act 1998 and themedical and/or care needs. Without this, CETB willEducation for Persons with SpecialCETB collects information relating to any special educationalnot know what resources need to be put in place inEducational Needs Act 2004.needs, psychological assessments/reports, information aboutorder to meet the student s needs and to deliverresource teaching hours and/or special needs assistanceappropriate education inkeeping with its statutoryContract: In the case of further education,hours, etc.obligations under Education for Persons withadult education, and training centres, the" Psychological assessments,Special Educational Needs Act 2004.contract entered into by the learner relating to" Special Education Needs files, reviews, correspondencePurpose: This is in order to assess their needs,the programme." Individual Education Plans," Notes relating to interagency meetings,determine whether resources can be obtainedPublic Interest/Substantial Public Interest:" Medical information (including details of any medicaland/or made available to support those needs, andspecifically, to give practical effect to thecondition and/or medication/treatment required)to develop individual education plans. CETBs areconstitutional rights of children, includingalso required to share this personal data withchildren who have a disability or who have" Disclaimers (signed by students undergoing beautySpecial Educational Needs Organisers ( SENOs )other special educational needs as theytreatments),employed by the National Council for Special
37" Psychological, psychiatric and/or medical assessmentsEducation (the statutory agency established underrelate to education23 , and to provide that,the Education for Persons with Special Educational as far as practicable and having regard toNeeds Act 2004. Under Section 14 of the Educationthe resources available, there is madefor Persons with Special Educational Needs Act,available to students a level and quality of2004, the School is required to furnish to theeducation appropriate to meeting their needsNational Council for Special Education (and itsand abilities24, and to promote equality ofemployees, which would include Specialaccess to and participation in education andEducational Needs Organisers ( SENOs )) suchto promote the means whereby students mayinformation as the Council may from time to timebenefit from education25 . This is order toreasonably request.ensure that people with special educationalneeds have the same right to avail of andbenefit from appropriate education in aninclusive and supportive environment26.(g)Child Protection, Child Welfare, Counselling and Pastoral CareRequired: This information is processed pursuantIn relation to child protection and childRecords.to CETB s legal obligations including its duty ofsafeguarding etc:care, and those statutory duties set out underCompliance with legal obligation:" Child protection recordsChildren First 2015, the Criminal JusticeSpecifically, section 14 Children First Act" Other records relating to child welfare and safeguarding(Withholding of Information on Offences against2015, section 2 Criminal Justice (Withholding" Notes of guidance counsellorChildren and Vulnerable Persons) Act 2012, DESof Information on Offences against Children" Psychological service notesCircular 0081/2017 and Child Protection Guidelines.and Vulnerable Persons) Act 2012 and DES" Referrals to/records relating to therapeutic services andPurpose: CETBs and their staff have legalCircular 0081/2017 and Child Protectionother interventionsresponsibilities to report actual or suspected childGuidelines.abuseor neglect totheChild &Family Agency" Minutes, notes and other records concerning Student( TUSLA ) and to An Garda Sochna. CETBs alsoSubstantial public interest: specifically, theSupport Team/Pastoral Care Team Meetingsprovidestudentswithaccesstoguidanceduty of care owed by CETB to the student and" Meitheal meetings convened by TUSLA under Child Carecounselling services and/or psychological servicesother children, and the substantial publicAct 1991, Children Act 2001, and the Child and Familyto provide supports to students, resolve behavioural,interest in safeguarding children (particularlyAgency Act 2013motivational, emotional and cognitive difficultieschildren at risk), ensuring high standards ofthrough assessment and therapeutic intervention, tochild welfare, and ensuring children s physicalengage in preventative work etc. This personal dataand emotional needs are met. To meet the(and special category personal data) may be sharededucational, social, physical and emotionalwith third parties for the purpose of therequirements of the student.school/centre/CETBcomplyingwithits legal
Section 6(a) Education Act 1998.
Section 6(b) Education Act 1998.
Section 6(c) Education Act 1998.
Education for Persons with Special Educational Needs Act 2004
38obligations and/or in the student s vital interest.In relation to the guidance counsellor,psychological services, Student SupportMeetings:Vital interests: to protect the student s vitalinterests, specifically to obtain all necessarysupport to assist them and support themwhere they are experiencing issues withmental health, wellbeing, addiction, abuseetc.Legal obligation: in exercise of CETB sofficial functions and to ensure that CETB isin a position to discharge its duty of care tothe student and to other students and staff.Public interest/substantial public interest:specifically to vindicate the student s right toparticipate in education, to assist them inexercising that right, to support students atrisk of dropping out to obtain all necessarysupports to stay in education or training, toenhance their future career and personaldevelopment opportunities, to facilitategreater social inclusion,Preventative or occupational medicine:specifically where supports or therapeuticintervention is delivered by a clinician for theprovision of health supports for the studentconcerned.(h)Internal School Processes (including antibullyingRequired: This information is processed pursuantLegal obligation: in relation to mattersprocesses and disciplinary processes)to CETB s duty of care to its students, and torelating to bullying and/or complaints of" Records of complaints made by parents/guardians and others.comply with relevant Circulars issued by thebullying, specifically the AntiBullying" Records relating bullying investigations.Department of Education and Skills from time toProcedures for Primary and PostPrimary" Records relating to Code of Behaviour, expulsion, suspensiontime, and in order for CETB to deliver an efficientSchools per Circular 0045/2013.etc.and appropriate service.Substantial public interest: specificallyPurpose: CETBs have adopted a nationally agreed" The substantial public interest in fosteringa positive environment for parents, staff, toCode of Practice for dealing with complaints madeensure that complaints are resolved in a
39by parents/guardians of a student or by a studentprompt and satisfactory manner.(over 18) years. In addition, CETBs have process in" The duty of care owed by CETB to theplace to address bullying in accordance with thestudent and other children, and theDepartment of Education and Skills Circularsubstantial public interest in responding to45/2013, and to record any incidents and accidents.complaints made against public bodies, toThe data collected in these processes may beresolve issues relating to the welfare andtransferred to CETB s insurance and/or legalwellbeing of children (particularly in relationadvisors as appropriate where required for disputesto bullying),resolution, fact verification, and for litigation" To ensure high standards of child welfarepurposes.and ensuring children s physical andemotional needs are met." To meet the educational, social, physicaland emotional requirements of the student." vindicating a child s right to education" to ensure that other students do not havetheir learning seriously disrupted bymisbehaviour of other students." To ensure that another student smisbehaviour/dangerous behaviour doesnot cause distress, anxiety, or pose athreat to the physical safety of otherstudents and staff.Vital Interests: specifically the right of CETBto protect its property and equipment, and itsduty to ensure a safe place of work and studyfor all who come on to the premises.(i)Accident and Injury ReportsRequired: Without this information CETB cannotVital interests: the processing is necessary" Accident reportsproperly comply with its duty to operate a safein order to protect the vital interests of the" Incident Report Formsenvironment for students and staff, its duty todata subject or of another natural person (to" Notifications to insurance company and exchanges with legalidentify and mitigate any potential risks, and its dutyinclude other students and staff etc).advisors.to report incidents/accidents to its insurancecompany.Public interest: the processing is necessaryfor the performance of a task carried out inPurpose: CETBs have process in place to addressthe public interest or in the exercise of officialcomplaints made by parents/guardians, to addressauthority vested in CETBbullying in accordance with the Department ofEducation and Skills Circular 45/2013, and toSubstantial public interest: in respect ofrecord any incidents and accidents. This may bespecial category personal data, specifically,40transferred to CETB s insurance and/or legalthe duty of care owed by CETB to theadvisors as appropriate.student, other students, staff, and thesubstantial public interest in CETB monitoringdata about accidents/incidents (in particular,to ensure that any identified risk is removedof mitigated to prevent reoccurrence), thesubstantial public interest in CETB reportingsame to its insurance company and/or legaladvisors.(j)Financial information, Fees etc.Required: Without this information, we cannotExercise of official authority vested in the" Information relating to payment of student monies (includingprocess applications, make grant payments, orController: the authority of the school/centrefee support and fee waiver documentation),receive payment of fees (e.g. course fees, schoolto administer and facilitate the collection" Scholarship/Grant applications (including Gaeltacht, booktrips etc).and/or transfer of payments related to therental scheme etc).education being provided by thePurpose: This information is processed in order toschool/centre.process applications, make grant payments, orreceive payment of fees (e.g. course fees, schoolPublic Interest: the processing is necessarytrips etc). After completion of the payments, thefor the performance of a task carried out indocumentation is retained for audit and verificationthe public interest or in the exercise ofpurposes.official authority vested in CETB.
41EMPLOYEE DATA1.Employees, Volunteers, Board Members, CommitteeOptional or Required?members etcContact information and detailsRequired: Without this information, we cannotContract: the processing is necessary for thecontact you about employmentperformance of a contract to which the data" Nameapplications/appointment processes.subject is party or in order to take steps at" address and contact detailsthe request of the data subject prior to" emergency contact detailsPurpose: To contact employees, volunteers andentering into a contract, specifically a" genderboard members. To issue employment contractscontract of employment." date of birthand/or letters of appointment. To comply withLegal obligation: the processing isemployment law requirements regarding issuanceof statement of terms and conditions, adding you tonecessary for a legal obligation, specificallythe payroll system etc.the obligations imposed on CETB as anemployer and/or under the Education andTraining Boards Act 2013 and other relevantsectoral Circulars and legislation.Public interest, substantial public interest:the processing is necessary for theperformance of a task carried out in thepublic interest or in the exercise of officialauthority vested in CETB.2.Employee Application, Recruitment and PromotionsOptional or Required?DocumentsRequired: Without this information, we cannotContract: the processing is necessary for the" CVs and applications (including unsolicited)administer the selection and recruitment process.performance of a contract to which the data" selection criteria,subject is party or in order to take steps at" Interview Board Marking Scheme,Purpose: To administer the selection andthe request of the data subject prior to" Interview Board marking sheet,recruitment process, to convene interviews, toentering into a contract, specifically a" Interview Board Formal Notes,recruit staff, to inform participants of the outcome ofcontract of employment." Database of applications of candidates unsuccessful atthe recruitment process, to issue letters of offer, todeal with request for feedback. For verification andLegal obligation: the processing isinterview,dispute resolution purposes. To defend litigation.necessary for a legal obligation, specifically" Panel Recommendations by Interview Board,the obligations imposed on CETB as an" Interview Process Assessment Board Report,employer and/or under the Education and" details of qualifications (including Teaching CouncilTraining Boards Act 2013 and other relevantdocumentation),sectoral Circulars and legislation." References,Public interest, substantial public interest:" Letters of invitation to interview, correspondence relating tothe processing is necessary for the
42outcome (including responses to requests for feedback).performance of a task carried out in thepublic interest or in the exercise of officialauthority vested in CETB, and to ensure thatrecruitment is being conducted in fair andproper manner.3.Preemployment VettingOptional or Required?Preemployment checks: Garda vetting outcome and/orRequired.Legal obligation: the processing isTeaching Council vetting documentnecessary for a legal obligation, specificallyPurpose: To comply with National Vetting Bureauthe vetting legislation, the National Vetting(Children and Vulnerable Persons) Acts 2012 Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons)2016. This processing is carried out only under theAct 2012 2016, and all associated DEScontrol of official authority (the National VettingCirculars and guidance regarding vettingBureau) and under Irish law (specifically, the 2012procedures and child protection.2016 Acts referred to above) providing forappropriate safeguards for the rights and freedomsPublic interest, substantial public interest:of data subjects.the processing is necessary for theperformance of a task carried out in thepublic interest or in the exercise of officialauthority vested in CETB, specifically toensure those working in CETB are suitable towork with children and/or vulnerable adults.4.Preemployment Medical RecordsOptional or Required?Required to comply with DES occupational healthContract: the processing is necessary for the" Occupational health referralsrequirements and for access to the occupationalperformance of a contract to which the data" Occupational health reportspension scheme.subject is party or in order to take steps at" Medical RecordsPurpose: To assess a person s fitness for athe request of the data subject prior to" Correspondence with data subject and cliniciansparticular post or occupation having regard to theentering into a contract, specifically a" Any documentation regarding reasonable accommodationrequirements of that post, to ensure they cancontract of employment.perform the tasks associated with the role, tosafeguard occupational health, to advise onLegal obligation: the processing isreasonable accommodation, to comply with thenecessary for a legal obligation, specificallyfollowing DES requirements:the obligations imposed on CETB as anOccupational Health Advice on Medical Fitness toemployer under the Safety Health andTeach (Published July 2008, revised October 2011)Welfare at Work Act 2005, DES Circulars andOccupational Health Service for Teachers andmanuals, and other relevant sectoralSpecial Needs Assistants Standard Operatinglegislation.Procedures Manual (Publicised June 2015)Necessary for the purposes of accessing thePublic interest, substantial public interest:occupational pension scheme; identifying prethe processing is necessary for the
43existing conditions in event of alleged workrelatedperformance of a task carried out in theinjury and litigation; for verification and disputepublic interest or in the exercise of officialresolution purposes; for the purposes of litigation.authority vested in CETB, and to ensure thatemployees are fit for work and to ensureoccupational health is preserved.Employment: the processing is necessaryfor the purposes of carrying out theobligations and exercising specific rights ofCETB and/or the data subject in the field ofemployment authorised by law and/or acollective agreement providing forappropriate safeguards for the fundamentalrights and the interests of the data subject.5.Employment Terms, Personnel Files, Payroll/Salary DetailsOptional or Required?Required: Without this information, we cannotLegal obligation: the processing is" Contract for service or terms and conditions of employment,issue the employment contract, deal with yournecessary for a legal obligation, specifically" general job description,appointment/promotion, comply with other HRthe Terms of Employment (Information) Acts" letter of appointment,requirements etc.19942014." probation letters/forms,Purpose: To issue employment contracts and/orPublic interest, substantial public interest:" "POR applications and correspondence (whethersuccessful or not),letters of appointment. To comply with employmentthe processing is necessary for thelaw requirements.performance of a task carried out in the" details of Calculation of service,public interest or in the exercise of official" promotions/POR assessment reports files,authority vested in CETB, specifically to" Files relating to staff training, including Continuousensure that IR/HR is administered properlyProfessional Development, PMDS, details ofand effectively, and to ensure all staff areconferences/workshops attended, health and safetyappropriately trained.training, manual handling training etc." Records of previous service (incl. correspondence withEmployment: the processing is necessaryprevious employers)for the purposes of carrying out theobligations and exercising specific rights ofCETB and/or the data subject in the field ofemployment authorised by law and/or acollective agreement providing forappropriate safeguards for the fundamentalrights and the interests of the data subject.
446.IR/HR Workplace Processes and LitigationOptional or Required?" Disciplinary records and performance management recordsRequired: Without this information, we cannotLegal obligation: to comply with the" Records relating to meetings with personnel from HRissue the employment contract, deal with yourIndustrial Relations Act 1990 Code of" Allegations/complaintsappointment/promotion, comply with other HRPractice on Grievance and Disciplinary" Industrial relations correspondence, minutes of meeting,requirements etc.Procedures (Declaration) Order 2000reports,(prepared by the Labour RelationsPurpose: To issue employment contracts and/orCommission under section 42 Industrial" Dignity at Work case files" Grievance case files and records,letters of appointment. To comply with employmentRelations Act 1990), and to comply with DESlaw requirements.Circular 71/2014." Employee Assistance Programme referral letters" OHS: referral letters, management report, assessment,Public interest, substantial public interest:absence records etc.the processing is necessary for the" Files relating to Workplace Relations Commission hearingsperformance of a task carried out in the(including ERS process), Labour Court hearings/appeals,public interest or in the exercise of officialLabour Court IR recommendations, Court processes etc.authority vested in CETB, specifically toensure (and demonstrate) that CETB is beingrun in a proper manner, to properly addressunderperformance, disciplinary, grievance,bullying, harassment, and other workrelatedissues in the public sector in line with thenationally agreed procedures.7.Records relating to Leave and ServiceOptional or Required?(a)" Leave of absence applicationsRequired: required for employment purposes.Legal obligation:" Job shareOrganisation of Working Time Act 1997" Career BreakPurpose: To process the payment of salary,Payment of Wages Act 1991" Maternity leave, (including records relating to maternitybenefits, expenses claims, paid and unpaidleave,Maternity Protection Acts 1994 and 2004protection health and safety leave, the Maternity Payand other emoluments. To issue payslips in theMaternity Protection (Health and SafetyScheme), adoptive leave, paternity leave, parental leave,required form. To comply with the Payment ofLeave Remuneration) Regulationsforce majeure leave, carer's leave recordsWages Act and the Organisation of Working TimeS.I.20/1995" Working Time Act records (attendance hours, holidays,Act. For occupational pension purposes. RequiredS.I.51/2006 (Maternity Protection Act 1994breaks)for the calculation of increments and seniority. For(Extension of Periods of Leave) Order 2006organisational administration, verification andParental Leave Acts 1998 and 2006" Annual Leave Recordsdispute resolution purposes, to defend litigation, forS.I.81/2013 EU (Parental Leave) Regulations" Records documenting employee s authorisation for nonaccounting and audit purposes.2013statutory payroll deductionsCarer s Leave Act 2001" Salary claim formsPaternity Leave and Benefit Act 2016" Records documenting calculation and payment of payrollAnd in order for CETB to comply with all thepayments (including salary and overtime)DES Circulars issued extending or" Records documenting adjustment on promotion ofimplementing the above.
45employee, documents relating to approval for incrementalPublic interest, substantial public interest:credit, and incremental approvalsthe processing is necessary for the" Superannuation (Pension) Calculationsperformance of a task carried out in the" Superannuation Filespublic interest or in the exercise of official" Records documenting payment of employer and employeeauthority vested in CETB.contributions to pension schemes" Expenses records and reimbursement records" Payroll Listings(b)PensionsRequiredContract: the processing is necessary for the(For current and former staff)performance of a contract to which the data" Final Pensions benefit calculationsPurpose: So that the retired person has access tosubject is party." Service historya pension scheme. For further information re staff" Any records re a pensions adjustment order (to includeother than teachers, please refer to:information relating to the spouse/former spouse) HYPERLINK "http://www.etbi.ie/wpcontent/uploads/2013/09/6StaffotherthanTeachersPreservedBenefits.doc" www.CETBi.ie/wpcontent/uploads/2013/09/6Staff" HYPERLINK "http://www.etbi.ie/wpcontent/uploads/2013/09/6StaffotherthanTeachersPreservedBenefits.doc" otherthanTeachersPreservedBenefits.docAny correspondence relating to pensions8.Occupational Health and Sick Leave DocumentsOptional or Required?" Preemployment medical assessmentRequired: if the employee wants paid sick leave.Legal obligation:" Sickness absence recordsSafety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005," Sick certificatesPurpose: To process the payment of salary for staffthe Labour Court recommendations" Absence recordson sick leave, to administer applications for criticalLCR20335 (19th July 2012) and LCR 20667" Occupational health referrals, Medical assessmentsillness leave and Temporary Rehabilitation(20th December 2013) re sickleave" Correspondence re retirement on illhealth groundsRemuneration, to refer staff to occupational healtharrangements in the public service, Publicspecialists, to manage occupational health, to makeService Management (Recruitment and" Other records documenting the operation of the publicreasonable accommodation, to comply with DESAppointments) (Amendment) Act 2013, andservice Sick Pay SchemeCirculars relating to occupational health/sick leavethe regulations made thereunder, specifically,and specifically to comply with the DSES.I.124/2014 and S.I.384/2015 sets out the Occupational Health Service for Teachers andterms for the granting of sick leave in theSNAs Standard Operating Procedures Manual , topublic service. In CETB, these areprocess applications relating to retirement onimplemented by way of the following DESgrounds of ill health, for verification and disputeCirculars:resolution purposes, to defend litigation, for" 0053/2015 (registered teachers)accounting and audit purposes." 0054/2015 (SNAs)" 0063/2015 (all staff in CETBs other thanregistered teachers and SNAs)Public interest, substantial public interest:the processing is necessary for theperformance of a task carried out in the
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public interest or in the exercise of officialauthority vested in CETB.9.Health and Safety DocumentsOptional or Required?" Accident reports, Incident Report, documents re injuriesRequired for occupational health, and health andLegal obligation:" Forms, notifications to insurance company, and/or HASsafety." Duty of care," Hazard Report FormsPurpose: To comply with the employer s duty of" Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act" DSE Display Screen Assessments2005 and all the regulations made" Pregnant Employee Assessment Formscare to staff and others, to comply with all relevantthereunder (including all relevant Safety" Manual Handling Risk Assessmenthealth and safety legislation, to ensure occupationalHealth and Welfare at Work (General" Inspection Checklists H&S Head Office & Safety Rephealth.Application) Regulations 2007" Internal Audits and Reviews" Fire Services Act 1981" Fire Drills Log" Accident Statistics" Copies of Safety Training Materials + record of whoreceived training" Safety Inspections (HSA)10.Governance/Electoral InformationOptional or Required?" Electoral role containing names and addresses of eligibleRequired.Legal obligation: Compliance with S.I.staff for election to the board270/2014 Education and Training Boards ActPurpose: to administer the election of staff process2013 (Election of Staff) Regulations 2014in compliance with S.I. 270/2014 Education andmade under section 3 Education and TrainingTraining Boards Act 2013 (Election of Staff)Boards Act 2013.Regulations 2014 made under section 3 Educationand Training Boards Act 2013.11.Governance Documents relating to CETBOptional or Required?" Records relating to the successful appointment ofRequired.Legal obligation:Committee members" Records relating to unsuccessful committee applicantsPurpose: to comply with Education and Training" S.I. 270/2014 Education and Training" Register of Appointment as a Committee memberBoards Act 2013 and all regulations madeBoards Act 2013 (Election of Staff)" Records of declarations from committee members, spouses,thereunder. For verification and audit purposes.Regulations 2014.children etc." S.I.272/2014 Education and Training" Register of Members InterestsBoards Act 2013 (Composition of Local" Agendas & MinutesAuthority Membership) Regulations 2014" Correspondence and Reports considered at Board" S.I.271/2014 Education and TrainingMeetingsBoards Act 2013 (Local Authority" Attendance SheetsMembers) Regulations 2014" S.I.269/2014 Education and Training
47" Records documenting training & development of CommitteeBoards Act 2013 (section 32) Order 2014members(ineligible persons)" General correspondence in relation to electionsPublic interest, substantial public interest:" Disciplinary appeals documentation," Board's deliberations, other relevant materialthe processing is necessary for the" Expenses records and reimbursement records.performance of a task carried out in thepublic interest or in the exercise of officialauthority vested in CETB.MISCELLANEOUS1.Applicants to Procurement Processes / FrameworksOptional or Required?" NameRequired: to enable the competition processLegal Obligation: Public Procurement" Contact Informationbetween competitor suppliers.legislation, including, but not limited to," QualificationsDirective 2014/24/EU on public procurement" Employer(goods, services and works)." Employment Status" Job Title/Role" Employee Reference Number" Personal Statements" References" Testimonials2.Applicants for EmploymentOptional or Required?" NameRequired: to enable the competition processLegal Obligation: Employment Legislation," Contact Informationbetween competitor applicants and to establish thatincluding, but not limited to, the Employment" Qualifications (incl. Teaching Council documents)the applicant has the requisite qualifications,Equality Acts (as amended) and the Equal" Employerexperience and/or other criteria specified for theStatus Acts (as amended)." Personal Statementsrole.
CVs and Applications (incl. unsolicited)
Selection Criteria
Letters of Invitation to Interview, correspondence relation to outcome (incl. responses to requests for feedback)
Interview Board Marking Scheme
Interview Board Marking Sheet
Interview Board Formal Notes
Database of applications of candidates, unsuccessful at interview
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Panel Recommendations by Interview Board
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