List of active policies

Name Type User consent
Politique du site Site policy Authenticated users
Politique de confidentialité Privacy policy All users
Utilisation des cookies Other policy All users


Since 25 May 2018 and the implementation of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), you must confirm your agreement with the various policies related to this site.

The site policy describes the terms and conditions with which you must agree to use the training platform once you have logged in with your login details.

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This website is a training platform. It provides access to online courses. By registering on this site, you accept, without restriction or reservation, the policy of the site.

Rules for use of the system

The contents (texts, courses, photos, videos, etc.) published on this site may only be used for strictly personal purposes.

Unless otherwise provided for in the terms of use of the site's courses, you may not reproduce or use the trademarks and logos on this site. You are also prohibited from modifying, assembling, attributing, sub-licensing, transferring, copying, translating, reproducing, selling, publishing, exploiting and disseminating in any format whatsoever, all or part of the information, text, photos, images, videos and data present on this site. Violation of these mandatory provisions subjects you, and all persons responsible, to the criminal and civil penalties provided for by French law.

User responsibility

You are responsible for all hardware and software required to access and use the site. You are therefore responsible for the proper performance of your equipment and its access to the Internet. You are solely responsible for the use of the content made available on the site. The facts or acts that you may perform in consideration of this information shall not engage any other responsibility than yours.

Person responsible for the processing of personal data

The data controller can be reached from your profile page. Simply click on the link "Contact the Data Protection Officer" from your profile page.

Participation policy

You undertake to act responsibly and to respect other users. You also agree to respect the rules of computer ethics and not to intentionally do the following

- Communicate ads or spam to other users

- Attempt or use a user account that does not belong to you

- Harass other users

- Upload or post content that is not appropriate for an e-learning site

- Upload and/or reuse resources for which you do not have copyright


Our privacy policy describes the information about you that is collected and stored for the proper functioning of the site.

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What do we collect?
The information you provide to us when you create your account or when we create an account for you: your first and last name, email and any other profile fields you may have completed. When you use the site, information about your learning progress, the courses you are enrolled in, the activities and resources you interact with is also stored to ensure the smooth running of online courses.


How is this information used?
This information is used to enable you to access the online courses. It is also used so that we can ensure the pedagogical and administrative follow-up of the online courses on the site.

Who can I contact about my personal data?
You can contact the Data Protection Officer directly from your profile page by clicking on the link "Contact the Data Protection Officer".

How long will my data be kept?

Your personal data is stored for as long as you are enrolled in any of the online courses on the site. The data for each course is destroyed when the course is deleted and your profile data will be deleted when your account or courses are deleted.

How can I withdraw my consent to store and process my personal data on this site?

If you have previously given your consent to allow us to collect and process your personal data and wish to withdraw it, you can contact the Data Protection Officer from your profile page. Click on the link "Contact the Data Protection Officer".


How can I request a copy of my personal data or have them deleted?

In accordance with the provisions of Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on information technology, files and freedoms, you have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning you.

You can request access to or deletion of your personal data from your profile page under the heading "Data protection and policies" and then by clicking on the link "Data requests".


The use of cookies describes how this site uses cookies to improve the quality and ease of navigation in the training platform.

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What is a cookie?

A cookie is a file that we save on your browser or computer hard drive. We use cookies to make it easier and faster for users to navigate the site.

We also use cookies to collect statistics on visits and to improve the website.

Cookies are used as soon as you visit the training platform, unless you have changed your browser setting to reject cookies.

What cookies are used on this site

The main cookie used during a session is called "MoodleSession".  It is used for the working session. You need to allow this cookie so that your web browser can maintain your connection with your credentials as you move from page to page. When you close the page or log out, this cookie is destroyed both in your browser and on the server.

The other cookie is not essential and is called "MOODLEID". It makes logging in to the training platform easier by storing your username in the browser. When you are on the login page you can ask your browser to remember your username. So when you return to the login page of the site, your username will already be filled in. There is no problem refusing this cookie, however, you will have to enter your username each time you log in.