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About Us

A security agency is a governmental organization which conducts intelligence activities for the internal security of a nation.

Contact Us

  • Teslova 30, Bratislava 821 02

  • +421910626999

© 2021 Transition Security Academy


Transition Security Academy


Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy

  1. Privacy Policy
  2. The Website http://transitionsecurityacademy.com (hereinafter the “Website”) pays particular attention to protecting the privacy of Participants. The Website selects and applies appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure the protection of processed data, including security, with due diligence programming, such as data encryption systems. In particular, the Website protects data against disclosure to unauthorized persons as well as against their processing in violation of applicable law. The Website maintains constant control over the data processing process and limits access to data as much as possible, granting relevant authorizations only if it is necessary for a proper conduct of the recruitment process.
  3. The administrator of your personal data is Transition Security Academy with its registered office in Bratislava (postal code 821 02), Teslova 30, entered in the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register kept by the District Court for Bratislava, VI Commercial Department of the National Court Register under ICO number: 53264789, Email: info@transitionsecurityacademy.com
  4. The basis for the processing of personal data is your consent, authorization to process data necessary to conclude an agreement with the Website for the provision of services and the implementation and settlement of services provided by the Administrator as well as legitimate interests pursued by the Administrator consisting in verifying the identity of the Participants and ensuring the efficient implementation of the selected course
  5. Providing any personal data is voluntary, however, providing data requested by the Website is necessary to recruit for the selected course and to conclude a contract with the Administrator for the provision of services. If the necessary data are not provided, the Administrator may refuse to provide the service.
  6. The data provided by the Participant during Registration are used for accounting purposes, to contact the Participant as part of the Website’s service, performance of the service as well as certification and recording of certificates obtained by the Participant.
  7. Participant’s data may be made available to entities authorized to receive them under applicable law, including relevant judicial authorities. Participant’s personal data may be transferred to third parties including entities located outside the EEA, to the extent necessary to undertake and settle the cooperation including in particular to entities comprising the Delta Security Group and awarding bodies certifying the Transition Security Academy courses.
    7. If the Website receives information about the use of the Website by the Participant in breach of the regulations or applicable regulations, the Website may process the personal data of the Participant to the extent necessary to determine his/her responsibility.
  8. The Website ensures the exercise of the rights of natural persons under Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95 / 46 / EC (general regulation on data protection) (Journal of Laws EU L 119/1), including the right to free access to the content of own personal data, their correction, rectification, deletion and the right to control the processing of own personal data on the principles described in the regulation.
  9. As part of exercising the right to control the processing of personal data, Participants have, in particular, the right to access personal data, the possibility of rectification, deletion, to limit processing and to request the cessation of personal data processing, withdrawing consent to the processing of personal data, including before it expression, with the proviso that the withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing based on consent before its withdrawal, as well as the right to object to the processing of personal data to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection . An objection may be made in any form, including in writing, by phone or e-mail.
  10. Data on the state of health and criminal record shall be processed only on the basis of the consent of the Participant and on the basis of the Administrator’s rights arising from the obligation related to important public interest, pursuant to Union law or the law of a Member State. The mentioned above scope of data is proportional to the purpose set – confirmation of the legal possibility to participate in the Course.
  11. The Website provides the Participants with the possibility to view and modify personal data on the principles set out in the Terms of service.
  12. The Participant’s personal data may be delivered to the Website on the basis of instrument by an authorized processor or external data administrator. The method of accessing the Website to your personal data affects in now way your rights, which were described in the previous paragraphs.
  13. The website uses IP addresses collected during internet connections for technical purposes related to server administration. In addition, IP addresses are used to collect general, statistical demographic information (e.g. about the region from which the connection takes place). These data may also be combined with the data provided by the Participants in order to provide services offered within the Website.

I. Types of data collected, methods of their processing and categories of data recipients

Regarding student profile and data kept, it includes among others:
• full name (based on ID or passport)
• date of birth
• nationality
• contact details (mail address, phone number)
• postal address
• all documents provided by students during registration as well all information asked during online registration process presented on the website: www.transitionsecurityacademy.com (to name a few, it may be: flight tickets / insurance / copy of European Health Insurance Card etc.).

PERSONAL DATA (full name, date of birth, nationality) is used in order to:
1) Prepare Official Transition Security Academy Certificates
2) Register our students at databases in case of a few courses in order to get accredited certificates from awarding bodies:
a) Course: Maritime Security Operative
Database: Walled Garden
Institution: City & Guilds
Qualification: Level 3 Award for Maritime Security Operatives
b) Course: Close Protection Operative
Database: Training Manager
Institution: Association of First Aiders
Qualification: Level 3 Certificate for Working as a Close Protection Operative within the Private Security Industry
c) Course: Tactical Combat Casualty Care / MIRA
Database: Training Manager
Institution: Association of First Aiders
Qualification: Level 4 MIRA Medicine in Remote Areas
d) Course: First Person on Scene
Database: Training Manager
Institution: Association of First Aiders
Qualification: Level 3 Award in the First Person on Scene
e) Course: Private Military Contractor
Institution: Security Training Authority
Database: none / mail exchange of information / Word Document
Qualification: High Risk Environment Weapons and Tactics Competency

Our Academy pays attention to the correctness of personal details. We always ensure that the data on the certificates and at the databases match the name that can be found on identification. It is only possible while checking with a copy of passport or ID.

Transition Security Academy Facebook Page is used for marketing reasons (photos and videos from the course)
We use these data for general correspondence relating to all issues related to registration process, arranging transport details (pick-up and drop off) for a group of Participant’s with transport at the same day and time, contact in case of employment possibilities from the companies our training centre cooperate with, newsletters.

We keep information regarding Participant’s courses: the ones s/he is going to attend and the ones s/he have already completed. Consequently, in case of payment history – information regarding payment for the course/s.

In case of providing the invoice for the course, we keep information regarding Participant’s company, like VAT number etc.

In case of citizens from countries who cannot enter Poland without Visa, we use full data from the passport in order to prepare an official invitation for Visa Application.

All personal data can be processed by approved TSA Team. Access to data may be also granted to the approved Transition Security representatives.



By common agreement, personal details along with contact details are presented on Transition Security Academy website for marketing reasons.

  1. Cookie Policy
  2. The website uses cookies. Cookie files (so-called “cookies”) are IT data, in particular text files, which are stored on the Website user’s end device and are intended for using the Website’s pages. Cookies usually contain the name of the website from which they originate, their storage time on the end device and a unique number.
    2. Information collected using cookies allow you to tailor services and content to the individual needs and preferences of users, as well as to develop general statistics on the use of the Website by users
    3. The entity placing and accessing cookies on the Website user’s end device is the Website operator – Transition Security Academy with its registered office in Bratislava, Teslova 30, 82102 entered in the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register kept by the District Court for Bratislava, VI Commercial Department of the National Court Register under the ICO number: ICO: 53264789, Email: info@transitionsecurityacademy.com
    4. The website uses the following types of cookies:
    a. cookies enabling the use of services available on the Website e.g. authentication cookies used for services that require authentication on the Website;
    b. cookies used to ensure security, e.g. used to detect fraud in the field of authentication on the Website;
    c. cookies enabling the collection of information on how to use the Website’s pages;
    d. cookies, enabling “remembering” the settings selected by the user
    5. Website Users can change cookie settings at any time. These settings can be changed particularly in such a way as to block the automatic handling of cookies in the web browser’s settings or to inform about them every time they are placed on the Website’s user’s device.
    6. Detailed information about the possibilities and ways of handling cookies is available in the software (web browser) settings.
    7. Turning off the option in the web browser that allows saving cookies generally does not prevent the use of the Website, but may cause some difficulties.