The Gospel Training Trust (GTT) respects and values your personal information. Your privacy is very important to us, and we are committed to complying fully with New Zealand privacy laws.
Collection of Personal Information
Communication from Gospel Training Trust
If you request to receive our newsletters, we will add you to our regular mailing list for all communication. For example, you may receive updates about future events or important notices. Any subscribed electronic communication we send you will always have an unsubscribe facility. We also communicate via social media sites which are joined by subscribing to the sites.
Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com to enquire about your personal information or the communication we send you. We are happy to provide you with any personal information that we hold about you, at any time. If it is wrong, we will correct it.
Securing your personal information
Personal information is kept secure by staff, either in safe physical spaces, our database or files encrypted by strong passwords.
Photographs & Video
GTT may from time to time publish photographs or videos of our courses, meetings and events. These images are used to record, promote, and celebrate our ministries in print and digital formats (i.e., on our website, social media, newsletters, brochures, invitations, presentations, etc.).
We will endeavour, as much as possible, to advise when photographs or videos are being taken. Please let us know if you do not wish to have your image used in this way. We will never knowingly publish anything that would be objectionable, embarrassing, or hurtful to anyone, and will gladly remove any photographs or videos upon request.
GTT does not sell, trade or rent your personal information to anyone.
We may share your personal information with third-party affiliates, vendors, partners and law enforcement authorities where necessary to provide services, or when required by law.
We take good and reasonable steps to ensure the security of your personal information. We have implemented processes, technologies and procedures that are designed to safeguard access and theft from unauthorised parties.
Like most website operators, we use ‘cookies’ to automatically collect non-personally identifying information (i.e. your IP address) whenever you interact with our online home. This is used to access aggregated traffic data and how the site might be enhanced or improved.
A ‘cookie’ is a small text file which is stored on your computer, not the website. Please see your browser’s help files for ways you can activate, manage, or disable this function.