During normal business activities, LTP collects stores and processes our customer’s personal information. We recognise our responsibilities to protect this data and embrace the current data protection legislation (GDPR).

This document is intended to inform you, in an easy to read manner, what information we collect, why we collect it and what we do with it. It also explains important rights that you have to access and control personal data, held in our systems, relating to you as an individual.

This page can be downloaded as a document here.

Our full Data Protection Policy can be read here.

What Information we collect

When you sign up for a course with us we collect identifying information from you such as your name, addresses, telephone numbers, email addresses and financial information in connection with a transaction.

You may also provide us with other information through web forms, by updating or adding personal  information, telephone conversations, or when you otherwise communicate with us regarding your course.

When accessing our websites our systems may be configured to collect limited computer and connection information such as browser type, statistics on your page views, traffic to and from our sites, referral URL and your IP address.

We use cookies, unique identifiers, and similar technologies to collect information about the pages you view, the links you click, and other actions you take when using our Services.

Why do we collect it?

It is our policy to only collect the information that we need to fulfil our contractual obligations to you and allows us to provide you with the best possible experience in dealing with us.

It will normally be self-evident to you that you are passing us data when (say) you book a course with us.

There are also less obvious ways that we may be collecting data, for example we identify the type of browser you are using to access our websites, we use cookies and collect analytics data.  We use these techniques to help streamline our processes and ultimately better support you.

How we store the information

Your data is held electronically at our premises, behind our own firewalls, on our own secure servers.  We only use external data centres for our email.

Only highly secure, encrypted enterprise level services such as Amazon Web Services are used for the storage and transmission of email.

We follow all applicable regulations and accepted standards for storage, protection and transmission of the personal data we collect, including the use of encryption methods wherever appropriate.

What we do with the information

We primarily use your information in order to effectively deliver the DDR course and complete an attendance certificate for you.

Who we share the information with

We only pass data to JAUPT for them to monitor and manage approved centres and the training uploaded to the DVSA system.

Retention and Destruction

We retain personal data only for as long as necessary in order to:

  • Provide the services you have requested from us.
  • Satisfy requirements mandated by law, contract or similar obligations applicable to our business operations including the requirement to maintain adequate and accurate business and financial records.
  • Preserve, resolve, defend or enforce our legal/contractual rights.

We make a clear distinction between live data, normally accessible through our operational interfaces, and archived data which is not accessed easily and held only for specific legal or contractual compliance reasons.  It is our policy to keep both classifications of personal data held to the minimum.

Your Right to know what personal data we hold for you

If you wish to know what personal data we hold on you, you should contact our Data Protection Officer at  All personal data requests will normally be answered within 28 days.  Please note it will be necessary for us to verify your identity before we can release this information to you.

We will be happy to provide you the details we hold on you and how your data has been processed in an easily readable electronic format with confirmation of the legal basis under which it is being held and associated retention policy.

Personal Data Deletion Requests

We respect your “right to be forgotten” and will respond appropriately and promptly to all data deletion requests.

In the event that it is necessary for us to continue to hold your data to meet statutory compliance requirements we will explain the basis of this clearly to you and work with you to achieve, (say through archiving, minimising or anonymising your live data where possible), a satisfactory outcome.


If you have concerns or are not happy with how we process your personal data please email our Data Protection Officer at  who will be pleased to investigate your concerns and respond appropriately.