Please answer all questions. We can help you fill in the form or complete it over the phone if you are unsure or need any support – please get in touch at [email protected] or call the coordinator on 02920 541551.
By expressing an interest in becoming an “ask me” Community Ambassador you are consenting to Welsh Women’s Aid storing and using the information on this form.
The information on this form will only be used to assess suitability for becoming an ambassador, identify any additional needs or support applicants may require and ensure that we have contact details for ongoing communications related to the “ask me” ambassador scheme.
The information provided will be stored electronically on a centralised database which will be stored in line with our Confidentiality, Data Protection and Sharing Information policy.
The information will be held for the duration of the time you remain part of the “ask me” scheme and for 6 months after you leave the scheme. We will review our records quarterly. Anyone who has not completed an action tracker in the last 6 months will be contacted to ask whether they want to remain in the scheme. Non responders will be logged as having exited the scheme and their data will be destroyed within 6 months of the deadline for responding, with the exception of any data relating to equal opportunities for project monitoring purposes. At any point you can request that your details be removed from our database by contacting the “ask me” co-ordinator at [email protected].
If you have any questions, concerns or queries about how your data is stored, please contact our Data Protection Officer at [email protected].
“ask me” training is a community focused training course, looking at how to respond as an individual rather than as an employee. If your employer is letting you do this course in work time, it is important that you are both aware that “ask me” is not intended as workplace training and does not replace any workplace training you may be required to do as part of your job e.g. “Ask and Act” for public sector workers, workplace Domestic Abuse awareness training, safeguarding training etc.
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