How we use your information
Community Planning is a way of working which means public bodies work together with communities to plan and provide better public services. Together these public bodies form a community planning partnership (CPP). In Aberdeen the CPP is called Community Planning Aberdeen.
Community Planning Aberdeen have agreed to use the Model for Improvement as a framework for achieving the improvement aims within the Local Outcome Improvement Plans. The Model for Improvement is a framework designed to develop, test and implement changes that lead to improvement. It is being rolled out across Aberdeen City Council and Community Planning Aberdeen partners to create a city-wide culture of quality improvement and improve outcomes to the people of Aberdeen.
The virtual Model for Improvement Bootcamp introduces you to the Model for Improvement and provide you with tools, skills and resources that can be used on a wide range of projects.
If you register to attend one of the bootcamp sessions, we will use your contact details to send you the joining details for the session. These sessions will be run in Microsoft Teams, and in connecting to the event your information (name, email address, phone number) may be displayed and visible by all attendees.
How long we keep your information
Your contact details used to register will be kept for 3 months following the bootcamp. Attendance is required at all of the sessions in order to complete the bootcamp. Should you be unable to attend a session, your contact details will be retained until you have completed the session in another bootcamp cohort.
You have rights in relation to your data, including the right to ask for a copy of it. See information about the rights you have, as well as the contact details for the Council’s Data Protection Officer. You also have the right to make a complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office if you think we have not handled your data properly.
Our legal basis
Aberdeen City Council is the Data Controller for this data. Wherever we process personal data we must have a legal basis in data protection law and tell you what it is. The Council’s legal basis for this processing is that it is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of the official authority vested in the Council.