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Einwilligungserklärung gemäß DSGVO in die Verarbeitung von Daten durch TECHNIA GmbH:

In dieser Datenschutzerklärung informieren wir den Unterzeichnenden über die Art, den Umfang, die Zwecke und die Rechtsgrundlage der Erhebung und Verarbeitung der personenbezogener Daten bei der Anlage eines Benutzerkontos in der Learning-Plattform der TECHNIA GmbH (moodle) sowie die ihm nach der Datenschutz-Grundverordnung (DSGVO) zustehenden Rechte.

Alle personenbezogenen Daten, die durch die Anlage eines Benutzerkontos in der Learning-Plattform der TECHNIA GmbH (moodle) erhoben werden, verarbeiten wir nach den gesetzlichen Bestimmungen des Datenschutzes und unter Wahrung der Schutzziele der Informationssicherheit.

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Verantwortlich für die Datenverarbeitung bei der Nutzung dieser Webseite gem. Art. 4 Abs. 7 DSGVO ist:

TECHNIA GmbH
Am Sandfeld 11c
76149 Karlsruhe
Telefon: +49 (0)721 97043 11
E-Mail: info@technia.de

Für Auskünfte, Fragen, Anregungen oder Beschwerden zum Datenschutz kontaktieren Sie bitte unseren Datenschutzbeauftragten:

Dirk Fox
c/o Secorvo Security Consulting GmbH
Ettlinger Straße 12-14
D-76137 Karlsruhe
E-Mail: datenschutz@technia.de
Tel.: +49 721 255 171 0
Fax: +49 721 255 171 100


Für unseren Dienst erfolgt die Verarbeitung folgender personenbezogener Daten: 

Name, Vorname, Adresse, Firma, Telefonnummer, E-Mail-Adresse, Porsche-Ansprechpartner, Zertifikat erfolgreich abgeschlossen (Ja/Nein).

Zweck und Umfang der Verarbeitung:

Die oben genannten Daten werden zur Anlage eines Benutzerkontos in der Learning-Plattform der TECHNIA GmbH (moodle) und zudem auf den Servern von TECHNIA und der Hosting-Dienstleister, der Fa. Abilis GmbH [NV1] gespeichert. Die Daten können nur von berechtigten Personen eingesehen und bearbeitet werden. Die Daten werden zum Zweck der Überprüfung, ob eine Zulieferberechtigung vorliegt, an einen Ansprechpartner der Fa. Dr. Ing. h.c. Porsche AG weitergegeben. Sollten weitere Daten benötigt werden, bedarf es dafür einer separaten erneuten Zustimmung des Nutzers.

Rechtsgrundlagen der Verarbeitung:

Soweit der Unterzeichnende uns hierfür eine Einwilligung erteilt haben, ist Rechtsgrundlage der Verarbeitung dieser Daten Art. 6 Abs. 1 lit. a) DSGVO.

Im Übrigen ist Rechtsgrundlage für die Verarbeitung dieser Daten Art. 6 Abs. 1 lit. b) DSGVO.

Speicherzeitraum:

Eine Löschung der erhobenen Daten erfolgt nach 12 Monaten.

Ihre Rechte:

Der Unterzeichnende kann jederzeit unter den oben genannten Kontaktdaten Auskunft über seine bei uns gespeicherten Daten verlangen. Er hat außerdem das Recht, die Berichtigung unrichtiger personenbezogener Daten oder, bei Vorliegen der gesetzlichen Voraussetzungen, die Berichtigung, Einschränkung oder die Löschung seiner Daten zu verlangen.

Der Unterzeichnende hat das Recht, diese Einwilligung jederzeit ohne Angabe einer Begründung mit Wirkung für die Zukunft zu widerrufen. Hierfür genügt eine E-Mail an [porsche-training@technia.com]. Die Rechtmäßigkeit, der aufgrund der Einwilligung bis zum Widerruf erfolgten Verarbeitung wird durch den Widerruf nicht berührt.

Der Unterzeichnende hat außerdem das Recht, sich jederzeit bei Beschwerden zum Datenschutz unter den oben angegebenen Kontaktdaten an unseren Datenschutzbeauftragten zu wenden. Ebenso können Sie sich bei der zuständigen Datenschutzaufsichtsbehörde beschweren: https://www.baden-wuerttemberg.datenschutz.de

Folgen des Nicht-Unterzeichnens: 

Der Unterzeichnende hat das Recht, dieser Einwilligungserklärung nicht zuzustimmen – da der Zugang zu unserm Learning Management System jedoch auf die Erhebung und Verarbeitung der zu Anfang genannten Daten angewiesen ist, würde eine Nichtunterzeichnung eine Inanspruchnahme des Dienstes ausschließen.

Zustimmung durch den Betroffenen:

Hiermit versichert der Unterzeichnende, der Erhebung und der Verarbeitung seiner Daten durch TECHNIA GmbH zur Anlage eines User-Account und zur Weitergabe an die Dr. Ing. h.c. Porsche AG zwecks Berechtigungsprüfung freiwillig zuzustimmen und über die Datenverarbeitung und seine Rechte belehrt worden zu sein.

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General terms and conditions for the use of the web-based training programmes (“T&C Web Training”) offered by TECHNIA GmbH (“T”)

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1. Scope and subject of the contract

T offers companies (“the client”) and their employees (“the participant”) web-based training programmes (“e-learning programme”) covering a range of thematically defined fields. As part of the e-learning programme, T provides the client with access to the internet platform (“website”) https://onlineacademy.technia.com/onlineacademy/ which enables the client to allow participants to take part in the e-learning programme. The use of the e-learning programme and the website is subject to the provisions of the T&C Web Training. The terms of the T&C Web Training are supplementary to our General Terms & Conditions (“T&C”) By accepting the service or registering, the client accepts the T&C Web Training, waiving its own Terms and Conditions. Other conditions are only binding if they have been accepted in writing by T; the T&C Web Training are then to apply additionally.)


2.Courses

T offers courses covering a range of thematically defined fields. The individual courses comprise a spectrum of different functions. The functional scope of the various courses is defined in the respective course specifications.


3. Registration and access data

All participants who are to obtain access to the website are required to register in order to use it. A form is provided for participants to make their registration application. The following details are required for this: first name, surname, company, e-mail address, institution and department. A user account (“account”) with a password is set up for each participant. Each participant is directly informed of the activation of their account by e-mail. The password must be changed upon the first login. Every registered participant is obliged to handle the login details (account and password) confidentially. In particular, every registered participant must protect third parties from gaining unauthorised access to their login data. It is not permitted to disclose access data. In the event of a violation, T is entitled to immediately terminate the user contract and block the account. Each registered participant is responsible for all activities that are carried out with their account. T must be informed immediately if any breaches of security should occur as a result of unauthorised usage of the login data. In order to guarantee security, the “logout” feature should always be used to end a session.


4.General use of the website

It is not permitted to use the website for any illegal purposes or contrary to the T&C Web Training. Any interference with the website’s operational functionality or that of the T server and connected networks is not permitted. Any individual’s personal use of the website must not partially or fully disrupt any other person’s use of the website.



5. Use of the learning platform for information and data transfer s  

It is not permitted to use the website for any illegal purposes or contrary to the T&C Web Training. Any interference with the website’s operational functionality or that of the T server and connected networks is not permitted. Any individual’s personal use of the website must not partially or fully disrupt any other person’s use of the website.


  • Content that is pornographic, harmful to minors or glorifies violence and data or content and data which is offensive to human dignity.
  • Content or data that is designed to encourage others to consume illegal substances.
  • Content or data that provokes discriminations, hate or violence directed at others based on the colour of their skin, ethnic background or nationality.
  • Content or data that is of a threatening, insulting, illegal, abusive, obscene, defamatory, vulgar or offensive nature in any way or that could lead to an infringement or violation of privacy.
  • Content or data that infringes any third party rights, especially manufacturing and industrial secrets, confidential information, brands and patents and, in the broader sense, all industrial or intellectual property rights or any other rights related to protected information or contents.
  • Content or data that contains viruses, Trojans, worms, time bombs, cancelbots, corrupted files, codes or programs, which could disrupt, suspend or restrict the functioning of software, computers or telecommunication systems.

6.Storage of account data

The Data Protection Guideline is to be followed with regard to the storage of data. T reserves the right to have access to the account information of all registered participants and to store this, provided that this is necessary in order to render services properly. The disclosure and storage of account information, contents or data is only done in order to satisfy legal requirements or to preserve evidence.


7.Rights of use

Participants are granted a basic, non-exclusive, non-transferable right of usage, limited to the period of the contract duration, for the use of the materials provided. Provided that no other agreements are made, the right of usage is only granted for the country where the client has its registered offices. The right of usage is only to be exercised at the same time by the maximum number of participants that the client has paid user fees for in accordance with the respective contractual agreements. T reserves the right to review this, on the basis of the activity protocol. Depending on the module, it may be possible to download certain documents and data. These documents are protected by copyright, and in particular, the distribution and publication of these is prohibited.


8.Links to third party pages

If T should provide any links to third party pages, this is only done with the aim of increasing participant convenience. The respective owners of such third party websites are exclusively responsible for their content and material. Access to any third party page via a link from the T website is wholly at the risk of the participant.


9.Access requirements and availability

Use of the website entails the software requirements specified in the respective course description. The client is to bear all costs for the installation and provision of a suitable internet connection. T is not liable for disruptions in data transfer, which are a result of technical factors or configurations on the user side. The client is solely responsible for the hardware and software that they use as well as for their channels of communication. Disruptions and malfunctions do not release the client from their obligation to pay the arranged user fees. T assumes no liability for technical problems with network access. System maintenance work may result in limited usage or short-term periods where services are unavailable.


10.Contract duration and termination  

The contract is valid for the fixed period agreed individually. Each of the contract partners has the right to terminate the contract in writing for good cause and without notice.


11.Other claims, liability

Unless otherwise specified below, any other claims and further entitlements made by the client are hereby excluded. This applies particularly for damage claims due to a breach of contractual obligations. The above limitations on liability do not apply in cases of wilful intent, gross negligence on the part of the legal representatives or T executives or in the case of culpable negligence of fundamental contractual obligations. With the exception of cases of wilful intent, gross negligence by legal representatives or executives, T is only liable for damages that are typical of the contract and reasonably foreseeable. Insofar as T’s liability is excluded or limited, this will also apply for the personal liability of their employees, staff, colleagues, legal representatives and vicarious agents.


12. Final Clauses

Karlsruhe is the place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from this contract. T reserves the right to sue at the location of the client’s registered offices. The contractual relationship is to be exclusively governed by the law of the Federal Republic of Germany. The use of the UN Convention dated April 11 1980 on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) is excluded.