Data protection

Our website is subject to Swiss data protection law, especially in accordance with the Federal Data Protection Act. We regard the protection of your privacy as extremely important, and accordingly we now provide you with detailed information on how we deal with your personal data on this website.

You can visit our website without leaving any personal information behind. In our server log files we save only access data, which do not enable us to identify you directly. These include the names of the website pages visited, the date and time of the visit, the volume of data transferred and the internet access provider through which the visit took place. We use these data solely to improve our website, and to ensure that it can be accessed without obstruction.


We gather personal data when you contact us – using our contact form, for example, or to register for a course – and voluntarily give us information such as your name, e-mail address, phone number etc. Which personal data are gathered depends on the information requested. No credit card information is stored on the website. This is handled by the payment provider.


We use cookies for our website. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer either temporarily or permanently when you visit our website. Cookies are used especially for the statistical analysis of the use of our website for improvements. You can wholly or partially deactivate cookies on our website in your browser at any time. With cookies deactivated, however, certain of our website functions will no longer be available to you.

Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics for our website, a service of the American company Google Inc. (henceforth "Google"). Google Analytics uses cookies that enable a statistical analysis of the use of our website to be conducted. Google Analytics normally transfers cookies and other data relating to your visit to our website to Google servers in the United States of America (USA), where they are processed and stored. Google uses these data on our instructions to analyse the use of our website, and to deliver other services in this connection.

The IP addresses used are abbreviated before they are processed or stored by Google to improve the protection of your privacy.

You can prevent your data from being transferred to Google and being processed and stored by Google by obtaining and installing the corresponding browser extension from Google: simply click on the following link.

You can use other browser extensions such as Ghostery to protect your privacy still more comprehensively.

Further information on data protection at Google can be found here.

Right to information

Under Swiss data protection law you are entitled to information, free of charge, on your personal data processed or stored by us. You are also entitled to have your personal data held by us corrected or deleted. If you have any wishes in this connection, please contact us as indicated in our contact information.