MBTI Master Practitioner Credential Program
This Privacy Statement describes how the MBTI® Master Practitioner Credential Program (Program) handles information gathering and dissemination practices for the web services at www.mbtiMasterPractitioner.org and linked pages (collectively, "the Website").
Both Applicants and Master Practitioners agree to the practices described herein.
This Website is operated in the United States, and the information collected from this site may be retained indefinitely, and may be stored, accessed, and used in jurisdictions whose privacy laws may be different or less protective than the home jurisdiction of Applicants or Master Practitioners.
The Program reserves the right to disclose Applicant and/or Master Practitioner personal or professional information if required to do so by law, or in the good faith belief that such action is reasonably necessary to comply with legal process, respond to claims, or protect the rights, property, or safety of others. Except as noted in this Policy, the Program does not release sell or rent information to third parties.
The Program has stringent security measures in place to protect both personal and professional information from misuse. There are no guarantees, however, that this site is impervious to "hackers" or those who seek to use information for illegal purposes. Neither CPP, Inc. nor CAPT, Inc. can be held responsible for the illegal activities of others related to the information found on this Website.
Only authorized Program personnel have access to the information describing personal or professional experience provided by the Applicant and/or Master practitioner. To help maintain high levels of security, it is recommended that confidential information (such as credit card numbers) not be sent through emails or other written correspondence to the Program by the Applicant or Master Practitioner.
Collection and Use of User Information
When Applicants and Master Practitioners provide personal and professional experience information to meet the requirements of the Program they do so willingly and are responsible for the truth and accuracy of the information provided. If the information submitted is misrepresented in any way, the Applicant or Master practitioner will be held accountable for legal action that may ensue from such misrepresentation.
The Program, CPP, Inc. and CAPT, Inc. may use the Applicant or Master Practitioner’s email address or other contact information for notification of important changes to the Website, the Master Practitioner program, of new products and services, or to otherwise provide services to the Applicant or Master Practitioner. The option to be removed from such contact is always available to the Applicant or Master Practitioner.
An Applicant's or Master Practitioner's internet address may be used to help diagnose problems with servers and/or to administer the Website.
Guidelines Regarding Children
The protection of children's privacy and safety is taken very seriously by the Program. We do not encourage use of or visitation to our Website by children without permission by a parent or guardian.