By virtue of the Call for proposals EACEA-28-2019, DigiTraining, Digital and Audiovisual Capacity Building for Accessible Heritage, is a project funded by the European Commission through the Creative Europe Programme and managed under the responsibility of FORTH: Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas, with headquarters in Irakleio, Greece.
The DigiTraining Project aims to provide a large number of CCI organisations with new digital skills and tools and with the management capabilities to deal and benefit from them. It focuses on small or midsize museums and other tangible or intangible heritage organisations with facilities accessible to the public, working to:
- Give to a large number of organisations training on digital technology and on digital related management, to improve the experience of their audiences, better confront management challenges including data management, and increase monetisation options.
- Analysing the needs and capabilities through a specific training program for 6 organisation, resulting in a solid capacitation in digital skills and in the strategy and the management tools to deal with them.
- Provide the production of a virtual reality content for a number of three selected participants.
Idryma Technologias Kai Erevnas
Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas
N. Plastira Street, n. 100 — 70013 Irakleio, Greece
FORTH: Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas is the CONTROLLER of the USER’s personal data and informs them that these data shall be processed in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April (GDPR).
Contact and person in charge
DigiTraining’s stakeholder register.
Purpose and legal basis for the processing of personal data
Personal data is processed to enforce the cooperation and communication between the registry and the person in the register. The stakeholder register is considered to serve the public interest (YoL 2§). In addition, the register information can be used for event invitations, newsletter distribution, contact, dealings, reporting, and other information sharing and enabling collaboration.
Personal data may also be combined to perform analyses but in a way the reports are not identifiable by individuals.
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Description of the processed personal data
The processed personal data in the register is name and email address.
Retention period of personal data
Personal data shall be kept in a reliable manner for as long as it is appropriate for the communication of the DigiTraining project. The data will then be permanently deleted.
Regular transfers of data
The register data can be used within the DigiTraining project. Data will not be disclosed to outside the project.
Principles of protecting the register
The data in the register is kept technically secure. Unauthorised access to information is blocked, e.g. through the use of firewalls and other technical hedges. The register data shall be accessed only by the controller and by specially designated technical persons. Only certain persons have the right to process data in the registry. These persons are bound by the confidentiality of the information in the register. There are no physical copies of the registry.
Rights of subscribers
The person in the register has always right to:
1) request from the register controller access to personal data relating to him or her and the right to request rectification or erasure or restriction of processing of such information, and the right to transfer data from one system to another.
2) check and, if necessary, correct the data on him or her in the register. In this case, the request shall be made in writing to the registry controller. The person in the register has the right to rectification of the information that was wrongly recorded.
3) revoke the consent at any time without prejudice to the legality of the processing carried out before it is withdrawn; to the extent that the processing of personal data is based on the consent of the data subject.
4) be removed from all registers permanently and reliably.
5) make a complaint about the processing of personal data to supervisory authorities.
Leaving the register
It is possible to leave the register by sending a request to
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