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Work Programme - Withdrawal of Consent

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Hi everyone,

 

I've seen this withdrawal of consent letter floating about, does that mean that the Work Programme cannot refer you onto any training courses with outside training people ?

 

For example, I am with Remploy and have been referred on to a training course with another company, which I am not all that happy with. If they had a copy of the withdrawal of consent does that mean you would no longer have to attend that ?

 

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well i withdrew my consent and they have sent me to a sub provider for training.

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How can they send you to a sub provider, they will be unable to send your details to the 3rd party without your consent.

I would be asking the sub contractor what details they hold on you and then a complaint to the ICO for a breech.

 

George

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This boils down to the DWPWP provider contract. The DWP is the registered Data Controller and the provider is the Data Processor. As a consequence, the provider can redistribute your personal data to another third party under the pretext that they are just processing the data on behalf of the DWP.

To be really effective, any consent withdrawal also needs to be sent to the DWP as well as the provider then followed up with a complaint to the ICO.

 

Ideally, the provider should be asking for permission to pass your details on to another party - It is good manners to do so...


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