Privacy Policy

The following privacy statement explains how we gather information on this website, and how we use it.


DA uses cookies on this website for member logins. This information is used to provide functionality for users to access and update their own website account information. We do not distribute this member data to third parties and it is used solely for providing functionality on the website.

We also monitor our website traffic using Google Analytics. This is a third party service that we use on this website and Google Analytics will create a cookie. It allows us to see how many people have visited our website and various other facts about what pages people are viewing on the site. But we cannot link any information to individual users.

We sometimes feature video embedded from sources such as Vimeo or YouTube. When these videos are watched these companies might create a cookie to gather some information about your site usage.

Managing Cookies

You can manage your browser cookie settings to accept or reject all cookies, or individually by website. You can set your browser to prompt you when a website would like to store a cookie on your computer. All browsers’ settings are different and we would recommend you use the help option in your browser menu to check your settings.

Personal Information

When we ask for personal information, for example when submitting a contact form or checking out a course on our website, we will never use your information in a way that we do not believe to be directly relevant to your reason for contacting us.

If you receive email newsletters from us, you will always be able to opt-out immediately from future communications.

External Sites

This site contains links to other sites. DA is not responsible for the privacy practices, or the content of any other websites.


We are committed to safeguarding your privacy and handle your personal information with care.

If you have any enquiry, please contact us anytime.