Why AAMT collects information
AAMT collects and stores personal information which is necessary to administer membership and other business activities and to keep members up to date with various services provided by AAMT including professional news, conferences and resource updates. The information we collect is recorded electronically.
Your personal information is strictly confidential. It is not made available to any outside organisation. Only AAMT office staff and the AAMT Executive members have access to your information.
Can I access my personal information?
Yes. Members and other associates have the right to request access to their personal information. This right is subject to some exceptions which are set out in the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000. In order to ensure the privacy and security of its members and other associates, AAMT requires any request for information to be made in writing and include your full name, address and phone number. This way we can speedily verify your request. Write to: AAMT Inc, GPO Box 1729, Adelaide SA 5001.
www.aamt.edu.au contains many links to other sites on the Internet. We cannot control and are not responsible for the privacy practices or content of such other websites (see disclaimer). The AAMT website sets browser cookies for the purpose of counting unique visitors to the AAMT website and the information they browse (to determine popular, hence useful, materials); no personal information is collected without people's knowledge or consent, and users are not tracked beyond www.aamt.edu.au. Users of www.aamt.edu.au may be asked to create a log-in so that they may use interactive forums and the online shop; this registration process asks for personal information so that materials available from the online shop can be viewed at an appropriate member's or non-member's price and can be delivered if purchased.
For more information about the Privacy Act contact the Federal Privacy Commissioner’s hotline service on
1300 363 992 or visit the Privacy Commissioner’s website at www.privacy.gov.au