Privacy Policy

Our role in your privacy


If you are a IALP customer then you most likely have provided us, and will provide us in the future, with your personal data.

It is our job to inform you on our data processing activities, and handle your personal data lawfully an securely.


Your role in your privacy


It’s in your interest to read this policy to be informed about our data processing activities. You should know that by handing over your data to us, you are authorising us to process it on your behalf and in accordance to this Privacy policy.


When and how we collect your data


Data is collected from the first moment you interact with IALP and affiliated websites. Some data is collected automatically and some manually submitted.

The only data collected automatically are through the cookies on our website, so please read the cookie policy.

You give us the rest of the data when you apply for a training course, when you opt to fill in the product specifications in order to get GPP certified and when you apply to become an expert. Occasionally you may give us your data when you contact us via email and through phone calls.


What data do we collect?


Contact details:

Name and surname, email address, phone number, ID card number, etc.

Sensitive data:

We do not process any sensitive (special categories) of personal data.

Financial information:

We do not process any financial data.

Data that identifies you:

IP address, preferred settings, time settings, authentication details, etc.

Data on how you use IALP:

Cookie data, website statistics and analytics. Please read the cookie data for the full list.


How and why we use your data


The new General Data Protection Regulation changes the way we may process personal data. It must be processed for a legitimate purpose and can only be processed lawfully. We obtain your personal data for the following purposes:

General queries and customer support

The only information we require of you when managing your queries are basic contact details and your email. We need this to be able to reply and solve any issues you might have.

Legal basis for processing: Legitimate interest.

Marketing purposes

You may opt to us sending your company details and products. We use this data to promote the product offered as a GPP certified product. To do this we require some basic contact information. We will only process your data for marketing if we have obtained your consent to do so.

Legal basis for processing: Consent.

Improving IALP Group

We strive to constantly and consistently improve our service and enhance your experience, so we gather data to help us do this, through customer comments,

Legal basis for processing: Legitimate interest.

What do these legal basis’ mean?

Legitimate interest:

Processing data is necessary for our legitimate interest to fulfil our services and satisfy our customers.

Contractual obligation:

Processing data is necessary to fulfil the performance of a contract.

Legal obligation:

Processing data is necessary under applicable law.


Processing data is only allowed after obtaining our customers’ consent.


Your privacy choices and rights


You can choose not to provide us with personal data.

If you choose to do this, you are still allowed to use our website, but we might not be able to resolve any requests or satisfy a an order/purchase.

You can turn off cookies in your browser by changing its settings.

You can block cookies by changing some settings in your browser, and you can also delete certain cookies. This will still allow you to use our website, but you might not be able to access its full functionality and features.

Your rights.

You can exercise your rights by sending us an email at

You have the:

  • Right to be informed;
  • Right of access (request a copy of the data held about you);
  • Right to rectification (change/update incorrect data);
  • Right to erasure (only applicable under certain circumstances);
  • Right to restrict processing (this may impede certain aspects of our business relationship);
  • Right to data portability (have your data transferred to a service provider of your choosing);
  • Right to object (this may also impede certain aspects of our business relationship);
  • Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling.


How secure is the data we collect?


All your personal data is kept secure in several locations (Servers, Clouds, etc.) all of which are encrypted and equipped with antivirus and malware systems along with firewalls and password protection.

Keep in mind

Unfortunately, data transmitted over the internet is not always 100% safe and secure and it’s very difficult to guarantee such security, and although we take all necessary precautions to ensure your data is safe, be aware that you provide us with your data at your own risk. If you ever think or believe that your data might have been breached, then please contact us immediately on


How long do we store your data?


We are currently working on updating our retention periods for all our data in accordance to the GDPR and other applicable laws. We will update this policy as soon as we have finalised our retention periods.


Third parties who process your data.


We partner with third parties who run and host our website, power our emails, and help us maintain our IT systems.It is sometimes necessary for us to share your data with these third parties, however it is only ever done in order for our services to work well and be improved. We take appropriate steps to make sure that your data is processed securely and in accordance with this policy.


Helping us make this great.


We hope we have properly informed you on our data processing activities. We have designed this to be as transparent, informative, clear and useful as possible. We also welcome feedback from our customers to help us improve our services and make our words more informative for you. We try our best to make sure that this, and any other policy related to your personal data, is as up to date as possible, therefore we frequently upload our updated policy on our website, so please do not make this the last time you read this policy. If you’ve got any queries about your data please email us on



c/o Vanessa Ebejer 32, Flat 1, Francesco

Buhagiar Street, Birkirkara, BKR1154,


Affiliated Society Membership

There are 3 types of membership of Affiliate Society, depending on the profile of the organization. Category A Society Membership: National organizations in communication sciences and disorders having individual members among their membership. Examples of this category are The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA ), Speech Pathology Australia (SPA)and The Egyptian Society for Phoniatrics and Logopedics. (ESPL) Category B Society Membership: Multinational, regional, or local organizations in communication sciences and disorders having individual members among their membership. Category C Society Membership: Multinational, national, regional, or local organizations in communication sciences and disorders comprised of Societies as their membership. When your National Society/Association wishes to join the IALP as an Affiliated Society, please fill in and send the Application Form for IALP Affiliated Membership below.

Please fill in and send the Application Form for IALP Affiliated Membership below:

We also need to receive (in English) your:

1. Mission Statement

2. By-Laws/Constitution and/or Regulations

Upload your file.

Accepted file types: zip, rar, arj, Max. file size: 128 MB.

Student Membership

An individual enrolled for part- or full-time study for preregistration, undergraduate or postgraduate studies directly related to the field of human communication disorders and sciences at a formal education institution. Students must provide official evidence of enrolment at the time of joining the Association and/or registering for a congress/composium.

Individual Membership

On behalf of the IALP I would like to thank you for considering membership in our global organisation of professionals.