Cookies are small data files that are placed on your computer, laptop or mobile device when you visit our website.
What information do we collect?
- To understand which part of our website needs improvement.
- To enable us to collect information about how you use our website.
- To improve your experience of using our website by personalising your experience.
- To link functionalities of other website with our website in order to maintain sessions.
Which type cookies do we use?
Essential cookies: these type of cookies are required to the functioning of the website. They are required for the safety, security, and integrity of the website. For example, this would include cookies that will maintain a session, to allow you to navigate through different pages. These cookies are usually deleted after the session automatically.
Analytic/performance cookies: these cookies allow us to monitor the number of visitors to different sections of the websites and to allow us to analyse user browsing patterns.
Functional cookies: these cookies are used to recognise user when they return to use the system. This enables the system to remember their preferences so the user does not have to enter their preferences each time. If a users clears their cookies, they would have to enter their preferences again.
Targeting cookies: these cookies record the user visits to our website and to specific sections of the website, and the links that the user follows. These cookies are placed by us or carefully selected marketing partners.
For the purpose of analytics and website performance, our website contains cookies from respected website analytics provider. These are likely to be Analytic/performance cookies are Targeting cookies.
How to set cookies preferences?
You can block some or all cookies from the setting of your browser at any time. Please note, by block cookies through your browser, it may also block the “Essential Cookies” which may result in some parts of the website not functionally fully.
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