What are cookies?
When browsing a website, cookies (small text files) are saved to the device you are using e.g. computer or mobile phone.
Cookies are used to store simple information about the visitor and any preferences they set whilst browsing the site, such as font size. This means any preferences will be retained when browsing every area of the website, or even on future visits.
Are they safe?
Kirklees College does not store any personal information about you using cookies. Cookies are only used to store your preferences whilst visiting our site e.g. accessibility (font size, colour scheme), screen resolution etc.
Any area of the site that does collect personal information, such as name and address, will use secure sessions and a session ID cookie or require you to register or "log in" by entering a username and password.
For more information, please visit www.whatarecookies.com
Which cookies does Kirklees College use?
Part of the accessibility-compliance control. This will store your preferred font size.
Part of the accessibility-compliance control. This will store your preferred colour-scheme.
Addthis is used to share pages, such as news articles, with your social media.
For more information, please go to www.addthis.com
Google Analytics anonymously tracks how visitors interact with a website, including where they came from, what they did during their visit. Google Analytics does not track or store any personal information.
For more information, please go to www.google.com/analytics
This part of our website uses a secure session ID cookie and requires you to register and "log in" by entering a username and password when applying for a vacancy.
This part of our website uses a secure session ID cookie and requires you to register and "log in" by entering a username and password.
When submitting a course enquiry, users will need to enter simple personal information, such as name and date of birth. Our course pages use a single secure session cookie and data is submitted on a secure server.