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Use of this website confirms acceptance of the terms and conditions.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information on this website, BETTA regularly reviews the contents of the site which is subject to change from time to time. It is the responsibility of visitors to this site to verify the accuracy of all relevant facts before entering into any factual, financial, or other commitment based upon them.

Where links are provided to websites outside the BETTA website, these are for information only, and BETTA cannot be held responsible for the material, accuracy, opinions expressed or information contained on those sites.


The BETTA website will process information about you in the following ways: Personal details given to us by you via online forms will be used to provide you with information, goods, or services you have requested, such as consultation or training.

The details you provide will not be used for marketing purposes unless you have been informed of this and have been given the opportunity to opt out of having your details used for this purpose; information provided by you via feedback forms or questionnaires will be used to improve our site; logging information, such as your machine's IP address, is collected automatically by the server and used for statistical purposes only; cookies may be used to collect user data to enhance your experience of our site.

For example, we may use cookies to determine to determine whether your browser can accept a particular type of software, or to stop pop-up boxes reappearing each time you visit our site. We may use cookies for other purposes in the future, as our site develops and this statement will be amended to reflect any such changes. Information about you will only be disclosed to relevant employees of BETTA. and will not be revealed to third parties outside BETTA.

Summary of Terms

Browser - software used to locate and display website pages

Cookies - files stored on the user's machine which are designed to identify users and collect user information

IP address - the Internet Protocol address is an identifier allocated to a computer using the internet. IP addresses may be static (a particular computer always has the same address), or dynamic (the address is different each time the computer connects to the internet).