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Privacy Policy

Student and Customer Information

The information required to create your enrollment record is held in confidence. Human Resources Institute does not rent or sell e-mail addresses or any other contact information provided when an inidividual (1) creates a member account, (2) registers for a course, (3) enrolls in a certificate program, (4) submits an On-Site Request Form, (5) submits a customer service inquiry, or 6) provides an email address or any other contact information for any reason. Our privacy policy also applies to any billing and/or payment information provided, such as credit card holder's or authorizing official's name, organization, street address, email address, and/or telephone number.

Any information collected is used to ensure we have accurate student records and to provide our students and customers with information about our training courses and other services.


If you supply us with your contact information, we may contact you by mail, phone, or email periodically to provide you information regarding our products and services. If you do not want to receive this information, please let us know. You may email us at info@federaltraining.com, or you may call 301-749-5600.

Legal Notice

We may disclose or permit access to customer information when we believe in good faith that the law requires it. Also, we may disclose or permit access to this information in response to demands by law enforcement authorities in connection with a criminal investigation or to civil or administrative authorities in connection with a pending civil case or administrative investigation.

Intellectual Property Statement

By registering for or attending a Human Resources Institute course or workshop, you agree and acknowledge that Human Resources Institute’s training materials are protected by U.S. and international copyright laws. Therefore, you cannot reproduce, distribute, make derivatives works of, or publicly display such materials. In addition, you agree not to use Human Resources Institute’s training materials, including but not limited to the concepts and ideas expressed in the training, to create a competing product and/or service.