· Comply with the Data Protection Acts and best practice
· Comply with General Data Protection Regulation and eprivacy requirements
· Comply with the principles of data protection
· Protect the privacy rights if individuals whose data we process
· Ensure the personal data in the possession of Comhlacht Forbartha An Tearmainn is kept safe and secure.
· Support staff and volunteers to meet their legal responsibilities as set out under the principles of data protection.
· Respect individuals rights, regardless of who they are
· Implement best practice or instructional notice from the office of the Data Protection Commissioner.
· Provide awareness, adequate training and support for staff and volunteers that process personal data.
Websites: Collection and Use of Personal Information
CTAT does not collect any personal data about you on this website other than as described below. We are not responsible for the content or privacy practices of other websites. Any external links to other websites are clearly identifiable as such.
Cookies & Non-Personal/Technical Information
Certain non-personal data is collected by us through google analytics. This non-personal data is collected on a statistical, aggregate, non-individual basis. This information may include the IP address. However, we use IP anonymization features which ensures the IP address is never stored to the disk. Types of non -personal information stored is the type of browser used to access our website (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.), the type of operating system used to access our website (Windows, Macintosh, etc.), the “top-level” domain name used (i.e., .com, .org, etc.), geographical location, the date and time of your visit to our website and the number of pages you visited on our website.
VC Computers, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal have access to this information for the purpose of maintaining the website on behalf of Comhlacht Forbartha An Tearmainn.
Disclosure to Other People
· An Garda Síochána
· Early Years Inspection Team
· DES Inspection Team
· Pobal Compliance Officers
· DCYA and Childcare Committees
· Insurance Company
· Health and Safety Authority
· Workplace Relations Commission
· Revenue Commissioners
· HR Advisors
· Other Professional Advisors
· Basketball Ireland
· Sligo Leader
· Education Training Board
· Sage Accounting
· Garda/Police Vetting Bureau’s
· Orbit security
Compliance with GDPR will be a pre-requisite before any information is passed to such data processsors.
Cameras are placed on the perimeter of our site for the purpose of reviewing any incidents or to detect intruders and to provide footage if required by the Gardaí for other reasons. Cameras are installed in the Gym for the purpose of health and safety reasons only in lieu of supervision by a member of staff. Cameras are provided in the reception areas of the main building and the childcare facility for the purpose of detecting intruders and for the health and safety of the children using the facility.
Data is retained for 15 days only. The Gardaí may request footage from us and this is supplied by allowing them access to view on site. Any request to remove footage from the building is allowed if followed up by a written request on Garda headed paper.
Orbit Security – www.orbitsecurity.ie are data processors under this act and have access to footage only for the purposes of maintaining the system for CFAT.
Any person whose image is recorded on a CCTV system has a right to seek and be supplied with a copy of their own personal data from the footage. All other third parties will be pixilated so to remove their identity. To exercise that right, a person must make an application in writing to the compliance officer as detailed below.
We employ security measures to protect your information from access by unauthorised persons and to guard against unlawful processing, accidental loss, destruction and damage and we will do our best to ensure that all records held remain secure in line with our obligations under the regulation. We take our security responsibilities seriously, employing the most appropriate physical and technical measures, including staff training and awareness. We review our security procedures regularly.
We do not retain your personal data for longer than it is necessary for us to comply with the purpose for which you gave it to us. Retention periods are outlined in our data protection policy a copy of which is available on request.
CFAT have designated
Majella Orr - Community Centre activities
Fiona McBride – Childcare
Data Access Requests
CFAT provides for data access requests from our customers. This information will be returned to the customer within 30 days of receipt of request in writing. Please provide any request in writing and post to the Compliance Officers named above at Comhlacht Forbartha An Tearmainn, Currin, Termon, Co.Donegal.
Reporting Data Breaches
Any data breaches will be reported to both our customers and the DPC within 72 hours.
Cycle around the grounds of Glenveagh National Park it is a 4km cycle from where you pick up the bikes to Glenveagh Castle. When you reach the castle you can get Guided Tours of the castle, Walk around the gardens and then grab a bite to eat in the very popular Castle Tearooms before commencing your 4km cycle back down.
Craoibhin Community Enterprise Centre, Termon is a community owned facility which includes a childcare centre, sports hall, all-weather pitch, gym, sauna, ICT centre, meeting rooms and commercial units for the benefit of the community as a whole, young and old.
Mary T and Fred have attended some Contact Seminars in Belgium, Clare, Derry and Birmingham in the last 6 months with a view to securing projects and making partnerships for European projects.
We are happy to announce that we have been successful in a number of our applications, this will help boost the centres' profile and also increase the number of classes and visitors to the Termon area.
Seniors on Skype is a youth in action programme supported by Leargas and the European Union this project will involve guiding and assisting the elderly with skype. By participating in this programme we hope to bridge the gap between youth and seniors also making it easier for older people and families who have moved away to keep in contact.
New Rural Economic Skills the aim of this project is to bring together a network of organisations based in England, Ireland, Spain and Czech Republic to act as local development hubs within rural communities to review the vocational training requirements of community development professionals operating with rural contexts.
Tell Your Story make history commencing in September 2013. A project to use the medium of story-telling to explore/record and exchange/compare important local stories across Ireland, France, Norway, Poland, Greece and Czech Republic.
By doing this we hope to discover and explore stories that are relevant to us all. We hope to share issues, problems, difficulties, perspectives, wisdom, humour and triumphs in a way that helps to build lasting understanding between all of the individual contributors and that acts as an effective tool that enables continuing adult learning.
For enquiries and more details, please contact us on 074 9119988
Board of Directors:
Michael Mc Bride (Chairman), Fred Gallagher (Secretary), Noreen Trearty (Treasurer), Cilene Mc Fadden (Vice Chairperson), Anne Quinn (Assistant Secretary) & Tony Steel (Assistant Treasurer).
Fiona Mc Bride
Childcare Assistants Creche:
Fiona Mc Connell, Mary R Mc Grenra, Martina Coyle, Nicole Mc Cann, Geraldine Flood
Community Centre Staff:
Majella Orr, Tracey Friel
Charlie Mc Fadden, Paul McCarthy, Shaun Murray, Kieran Bradley
Craoibhin in Termon is a community owned facility which includes a childcare centre, sports hall, all-weather pitch, gym, sauna, ICT centre, meeting rooms and commercial units for the benefit of the community as a whole, young and old. Craoibhin Community Hall is a community facility serving The North West of Donegal and surrounding areas. We have 3 meeting rooms available for hire.
The largest space for hire is our main hall with a sprung floorstage and basement area. This hall has been used as rehearsal space, for local mass during renovations to the local Chapel, for drama club productions, for Jiving classes, Zumba classes and various sporting events and it is suitable for dance, rehearsals, performance, large groups, workshops etc. It has a capacity of around 500 standing. If the space is used for a performance or a ‘theatre style’ layout with chairs then 350 is the upper numbers limit.
Tel: 074 9119988
By Post: Comhlacht Forbarha An Tearmainn, Currain, An Tearmainn, Co. Dhún na nGall