What are Cookies?
Cookies are bits of data stored by your internet browser about a website. Websites then use this data from the browser each time the website is visited to ‘remember’ certain functions the browser had performed in past visits. The main aim of the NNA’s cookies is to help our customers have a better user experience.
To be able to order courses or to purchase products from the NNA, you will need to have cookies enabled. If you do not enable cookies, you will still be able to browse our site but will not be able to add anything to your cart, place an order, or access your My NNA profile.
We don't store any credit card details in cookies or any information to identify you personally. We do use information gathered from some cookies to help improve your experience. For example, some of the cookies we use ultimately help us identify potential areas of our site that customers may find difficult to interact with or find confusing and in turn either leave the website or drop out of making a transaction. If we are able to identify these areas, it means we are able to improve them for our customers.
Third Party Cookies
On the NNA website we allow our users to conveniently be able to share information about products of interest via different platforms such as Twitter and Facebook or even by a simple email. The functionality has been created by the companies themselves and provided to us to display on our site. By using these functions there may be cookies being created or updated on your machine that are not set by the NNA but by these third parties. Because we don’t control the settings of these cookies, please check third party websites for more information.
For more information on cookies and how to manage them visit www.aboutcookies.org. Please note that www.aboutcookies.org is not an NNA website and the NNA cannot be responsible/accountable for content on third party websites.