Version last updated: July 2022
When you access the Site for the first time you will be asked to agree to our use of certain types of cookies (such as performance, marketing and tracking cookies) listed in the table below in the manner described in this policy. This is to ensure compliance with the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations. If you previously accessed the Site and did not agree for cookies to be set or you deleted cookies previously, you will be asked to agree to cookies being placed on your computer again.
There are certain types of cookies which are essential and which we do not require your agreement to store in accordance with the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations, which are the cookies used for the sole purpose of carrying out the transmission of a communication, or where storage or access is strictly necessary in order for us to provide you with the service that you requested:
- User Input Cookies (Session ID)
- Authentication Cookies
- User Centric Security Cookies
- Multimedia Content Player Cookies
- Load Balancing Cookies
The table below lists the cookies we use and the reasons why we use them.
|_ga_MG3F1MX0Z7||2 Years||Google Analytics cookies used for distinguishing users, sessions and campaigns. Captured data is used for Analytics Reports.||Analytics|
|Recognise||userHasAcceptedCookies||1 Year||Used for distinguishing, if the user has already accepted the cookie banner||Functional cookies|
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Types of cookies
Our website uses three types of cookies. Necessary cookies are on by default and are needed to make our website work. These can be turned off in your browser settings, but blocking these cookies may mean you can’t use all the services or features on our sites. Functional and analytics cookies are optional, but having these cookies switched off can affect the way that you experience our website and turning these cookies on can help us to improve our website.
Third-party cookies are set by someone other than us. Some of our pages contain content from other websites like LinkedIn, which set their own cookies. We have no control over third-party cookies – you can turn them off, but not through us.
When you use this cookie preference page, your preferences will be stored. If you delete or clear your cookies, or you use a different browser to visit our site, you will need to set your cookie preference again.