Privacy Policy

Basic data protection information

Manager of the website:          Spanish Work Exchange Programme
Purpose:                                      Address the requests made through the web, manage the sending of information, register as a user.
Legitimation:                             Consent of the interested party and execution of a pre-contract / contract
Recipients:                                 No data will be transferred to third parties except legal obligation or in the event that is necessary to meet your request.
Rights:                                         You may exercise the rights of access, rectification, deletion and opposition, limitation of processing, data portability and not being subject to automated individualized decisions.
Additional information:          You can consult the additional information on data protection on our website.
Spanish Work Exchange Programme, hereinafter, undertakes to comply with current legislation at all times regarding the processing of personal data. Through the following Spanish Work Exchange Program privacy policy, in accordance with the requirements set forth in the GDPR, it informs users of:

1. Who is responsible for the processing of your data?

The person responsible for the processing of your data is the Spanish Work Exchange Program:
Address:                Calle Tinerfe El Grande, Apto de Correos 138, 38670 Adeje-Tenerife, Spain
Telephone:            + 34-922799650
Spanish Work Exchange Programme informs the user that the data you provide through browsing our website, the contact form or in the sending of emails, will be treated by us and that such treatment is collected in the Registry of Treatment activities managed by the Spanish Work Exchange Program in accordance with the provisions of the GDPR.

2. What are your personal data used for?

Accepting our privacy policy on, the user authorizes us to use and process the personal data provided to:
• Send you the information and provide the service you request through the various forms available on our website.
• Provide information about the offers, products and services requested.
• Occasionally, Spanish Work Exchange Programme may use your personal data to send you notifications via email. Such notifications will be made to inform about changes in our services and products or in our legal conditions policies.
Google, including all its tools, complies with the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework, in accordance with the provisions of the U.S. Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use and preservation of personal information from member countries of the European Union. will endeavor at all times to establish adequate mechanisms to obtain the user’s consent for the installation of cookies when required. When a user accesses our website, a pop-up appears informing of the existence of cookies, and that you consent the installation of cookies if you continue browsing our site. The acceptance of the installation of cookies entails the acceptance of the conservation of the IP address in the records of, together with the date of acceptance, for a period of one year, in order to demonstrate the consent given . You can get more information in our “Cookies Policy”.

3. What is the legitimacy for the processing of your data?

The legitimacy for the processing of your data by the Spanish Work Exchange Program is based on:
• In the execution of a pre-contract / contract to send the information and provide the requested service and to register as a registered user, not being possible otherwise.

4. How long do we keep your data?

The data needed to send you the information or provide the service you request through the various forms available on our website will be kept for as long as the contractual relationship is in force, and once it is finalized during the statutory limitation period.
The IP address obtained through cookies will be saved for one year, in order to demonstrate the user’s consent.
Regarding the term of conservation of cookies, you can obtain more information on our website in the section “Cookies policy”.

5. Which types of user data are we using?

Spanish Work Exchange Programme deals with the following categories of data:
a) Data of the users who fill in any of the available forms: The personal data requested by Spanish Work Exchange Programme includes:
• Identification data: name and surname, telephone, postal and electronic address
• Data related to the request
b) Data of the users that register in our platform:
• Identification data: Name and surname, postal and electronic address, telephone, billing address.
c) Data of users who browse our website: Data provided by cookies.
Only those over 16 can provide data through our website. If you are under this age you must have the consent of your parents or legal guardians.
The user guarantees the authenticity and topicality of all the data that he communicates to Spanish Work Exchange Programme and declares that he is over 16 years old, and will be solely responsible for any false or inaccurate statements made.
Personal data processed by Spanish Work Exchange Programme may be mandatory or voluntary.
The voluntary information is that which the user is not obliged to provide to contact us.
The fields marked with an asterisk (*) or with the word (required) in our forms are mandatory, the refusal to provide them will mean the impossibility of providing the service or responding to your request.
In the case that you provide us with third-party data, you declare that you have their consent and you agree to transfer the information we provide in this clause, exempting Spanish Work Exchange Programme from any type of obligation. However, Spanish Work Exchange Programme may carry out verifications to verify that the third party has been informed by adopting the diligence measures established in the data protection regulations.

6. The transfer of your personal data

No data will be transferred to third parties except legal obligation or in the case that is necessary to meet your request.

7. What are your rights and how can you excercise them?

The user can exercise the following rights towards Spanish Work Exchange Program:
a) Access your personal data
b) Rectify them when they are inaccurate or incomplete
c) Request the deletion or cancellation of the data when, among other reasons, they are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected
d) Oppose the use of your data
e) Request the limitation of the processing of your data when any of the conditions provided in the regulations exist
f) Request the portability of your data in the cases provided in the regulations
g) Prevent being the subject of automated decisions
h) Revoke the consents granted
To exercise their rights, the user must send a letter indicating the right that they wish to exercise and accompany the document proving their identity and postal or electronic address for notification purposes. This request can be made, either by mail to: Spanish Work Exchange Programme, Calle Tinerfe El Grande, apt. of post 138, 38670 Adeje-Tenerife, Spain, or at the following email address:
Spanish Work Exchange Programme must answer the request for the exercise of rights within one month of receiving the request. This period may be extended for another two months if necessary, taking into account the complexity and number of applications. We will inform you of any extension within one month of receiving the request indicating the reasons for the delay.
Likewise, the interested parties have the right to complain to the competent Control Authority (Spanish Agency for Data Protection) when they consider that Spanish Work Exchange Programme has violated the rights that the data protection regulations recognize them at

8. Is my data secure?

Spanish Work Exchange Programme has a contract with a Hosting company located in Germany for the hosting of its website. It is a European company and has the latest systems in security measures.
Spanish Work Exchange Programme guarantees the adoption of the appropriate measures to ensure the confidential treatment of your data in view of their withholding.
Spanish Work Exchange Programme undertakes to treat the data with the utmost reservation, and declares to have implemented security policies in its information system, corresponding to the type of data handled in accordance with the provisions of REGULATION (EU) 2016 / 679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of April 27, 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free circulation of these data (GDPR).
All data provided through our platform is processed through a secure protocol. Our website has an SSL certificate that allows the user to establish an encrypted connection when visiting our website and exchanging information with us.

9. Links to other websites

If you choose to leave our website through links to other websites that do not belong to our entity, Spanish Work Exchange Programme will not be responsible for the privacy policies of such websites or for the cookies that they may store of the user.

Date: 24.05.18