Privacy Policy

We understand that the privacy and security of your personal and account information are important to you. Training Pages adheres to confidentiality standards that are designed to protect your personal information.

  • When you browse the public (pre-login) areas of this Website, you are not required to provide us with any personal information, and we do not monitor or collect any personally identifiable information from you.
  • If you register to use the password-protected areas of this Website, we will ask you to provide us with information about yourself .This information will only be used to verify your identity and your eligibility to receive certain products and services, to provide information to you about products and services that we believe may be of interest to you, to record your interest in products and services that we offer, and to respond to your requests for information.  You may elect to not receive such information.
  • We emphasize to our employees the confidential nature of this information and the high level of importance we place on maintaining this confidentiality. All information that is supplied is covered by the United Kingdom’s Data Protection Act 1998.
  • Our aim is to provide you with the best and most relevant information possible. Products and services will come to our intention from time to time which we think could be of interest to you
  • Our Website contains links to other Websites not operated by Ecube. Ecube is not responsible for the content, or the privacy practices, of these Websites.

Whilst we have endeavoured to create a secure and reliable Website for our customers, the confidentiality of any communication or material transmitted via our Website or by e-mail cannot be guaranteed. When disclosing personal information, users should be aware that it is potentially accessible by others, and may be collected and used by others without the user’s consent. Ecube accepts no responsibility for the security of personal information transmitted via the internet.Disclosure of Information

Whilst Ecube will at all times protect its Customers’ confidentiality, we may be obliged to disclose information concerning a Customer, its business or any transactions which have been obtained in the course of the Customer’s business relationship with Ecube, when required or requested to do so under any relevant law or by any governmental authority. The Customer irrevocably authorises Ecube to make the disclosure of such information accordingly and without reference to the Customer. The Customer also hereby authorises the disclosure of such information to Connected Companies of Ecube.


By logging in the Customer agrees to be bound by the standard Terms of Business of Training Pages. By means of the Customer’s login to these services the Customer is deemed to thereby accept the current Terms of Business including the notice below. If the Customer does not wish to accept these current Terms of Business and the notice below, the Customer should quit this Website immediately.

None of the services provided as a result of this agreement constitutes a recommendation for a course or related service and none should be construed as such.  .

No recommendations are made directly or indirectly by Ecube as to the merits or suitability of any course or service which may result directly from having viewed the Website or having received information by email.

Access to the Website is not open to persons or organisations resident in any territory outside the United Kingdom where, to allow such access, would require any registration, filing, application for any licence or approval or other steps to be taken by Ecube in order to comply with local laws or other regulatory requirements in such overseas territory. In all cases it is the Customer’s responsibility to be informed about applicable legal or other regulatory requirements in the territory in which the Customer is resident or of which the Customer is a citizen. By acceptance of this Agreement the Customer represents and warrants that neither allowing the Customer access to the Website nor the acceptance of this Agreement by the Customer will infringe the laws or impose upon Ecube any obligations or duty which has not been performed, fulfilled or satisfied under the laws of any territory the United Kingdom in which the Customer is so resident or of which the Customer is a citizen. If the Customer is in any doubt about its status or compliance with the laws and regulations of any applicable territory, it is recommended to the Customer to take appropriate professional advice without delay.

While all reasonable care has been taken to ensure that the information published on the Website is not untrue or misleading at the time of publication, neither Ecube nor its officers or employees make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of such materials. No liability is accepted for any loss whether direct or indirect, incidental or consequential, arising out of any of the information not being true and accurate except to the extent caused by the wilful default or gross negligence of Ecube or its employees.

The content of this Website is protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights or similar rights which, unless indicated otherwise, are the property of Ecube or another member of the group. Except for permission to download a single copy for personal use, the material published by Ecube may not be reproduced, distributed or published in whole or in part by any recipient for any purpose, without our prior express written consent.

Whilst certain software may be made available to the Customer from time to time at the Ecube Website, the Customer is licensed to use such software on a non-exclusive basis only for the purposes specified. The Customer is not permitted to use such software for any other purposes and may not redistribute, sell, decompile, reverse engineer, disassemble or otherwise deal with such software.

The “Training Pages“ and “Ecube” names are, the trade marks of the Stockcube plc group. All intellectual property rights in and to the same are expressly reserved to the group or (as the case may be) the organisation which has licensed the group to reproduce the same and accordingly none of the trade marks may be reproduced by the Customer without the express prior consent of the group.This Website is hosted in the United Kingdom and compiled in order to comply with English law. All visits to this Website are subject to and governed in accordance with English law.

Please refer to our Terms of Business for more information on the use of our websites.