Last updated 21 September 2018

This website, uses ‘cookies’ to personalise the service to yourself. Cookies are small files that are used by most websites to help provide a service. By using the website, you consent to these cookies.

The information below provides information on ‘cookies’ and how we use them within the site.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of text stored in a text file on your computer or mobile device. They are stored by your web browser (for example Internet Explorer, Safari, FireFox) and linked to the website you are visiting with information about your preferences. These preferences may be remembered, so when you visit the website next time, the site will recognise you.

Cookies that remember you for your next visit are called ‘persistent’, while cookies which store preferences for one visit are called ‘session’ cookies.

How Viking Training Wales uses cookies

We use cookies to:

  • Session – To track your session and recognise you as you move to different pages on the site.
  • Analytics – We use Google Analytics to monitor how people use the website. Google uses tracking cookie to recognise your return to the website

Third Party Cookies

We use Google Analytics to understand the visit to our website, including popular pages or pages that are not received well by you. This information allows us to improve our sites. In order to do this, we allow Google to use cookies to help provide this anonymous information.

How do I turn off cookies?

If you turn off all cookies for, you may find the site does not function correctly, however disabling cookies should hide all sections of the site that need cookies.

You can change your cookie choice for the website by scrolling to the bottom and choosing Change Cookie Consent. If you change your consent to Disagree, it will remove cookies for the website from the machine.

It is possible in most modern browsers to turn off cookies for websites or for the browser. These features are normally found in the websites options or preferences settings. For information on clearing and stopping browsers from collecting information, please view the relevant links below. Please note the information is externally provided and we take no responsibility for its content.

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How can I learn more about cookies?

You can find out more information about cookies by searching the internet. Below are some example external links to information on cookies. We do not endorse the links or take any responsibility for the content within their sites.

AllAboutCookies -

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