Organisation Collecting Information
People Diagnostix Pty Ltd (ACN 165 986 229) are the creators and owners of www.flourishingatschool.com and is the organisation collecting all information. People Diagnostix is a firm of psychologists with a head office in Perth, Western Australia, and has considerable experience in both workplace and school wellbeing. For more information regarding People Diagnostix, please visit the company website: www.peoplediagnostix.com.au.
People Diagnostix respects the privacy of all schools and individuals who use the Flourishing at School program. We will never give, lease, sell or otherwise disclose personal information of participants to a third party without express permission. Any information you provide as part of the Flourishing at School program will be held with the utmost care, and will not be used in ways contrary to which you have consented.
Information we Collect
When registering to use the Flourishing at School program, People Diagnostix will collect basic school level information that is already available publicly on the www.myschool.edu.au website. Additionally, participating schools will need to nominate a survey administrator whose contact details (phone, email) will be collected. The school survey administrator will need to upload staff and/or student contact details (first name, last name, school email address, date of birth, sex, and cohort) in order to send survey invitations to these members of their school community. Participating students will also be asked to provide English as Second Language and Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander status. Staff will be asked to voluntarily provide high level demographic data including years of service and job role.
Collection and Storage of Information Collected
Sharing of Information with University Researchers
People Diagnostix from time to time shares de-identified (anonymous) data collected by the survey with researchers from the School of Psychology and Exercise Science at Murdoch University (Perth, Western Australia). The types of studies undertaken typically include correlation, factor analyses and updating of normative information. Personally identifiable data is not included in research data; if concerns still exist however, schools can opt out of contributing to research by contacting People Diagnostix.
Other Communications with People Diagnostix
In most instances records of correspondence received by email and from the website contact forms are retained electronically. This correspondence may include personal information such as names and email addresses. It is treated as confidential and not provided to third parties without consent.
If you have a complaint based on a breach of People Diagnostix’s Privacy and Policy, you may contact People Diagnostix’s head office on 1300 739 426 to register your complaint. All complaints will be investigated in a timely manner and you will be provided with a response in writing.