This Cookie Policy explains how we use cookies through our website: (the “Site”). This Cookie Policy is to be read alongside the Campaign Bootcamp Privacy Policy (, which explains how we use and protect personal data.

If you do not wish to accept our use of cookies, then please disable them following the guidance below.

What are cookies?
Web cookies are small files that are placed on your computer or mobile device by a website when you visit it. Cookies allow a website to recognise a user’s device and may be used to enable a website to function or to provide information to the owners of a website, for instance to remember your preferences in order to improve your online user experience. Like most websites, our Site uses cookies.

You can find out more about cookies at

Why do we use cookies?
We use cookies for five main purposes:

1. To let you do things on our website – for example, while you are applying to a training or making a donation, cookies remember your details and where you are in the process from page to page.
2. To improve your experience of our website – for example, to hide a form if you’ve already seen it, or to prevent you having to re-enter your details when you have already done so.
3. To collect anonymous statistics – the information collected by cookies enables us to improve the website through usage figures and patterns. For example, it’s really useful for us to be able to see which programmes are the most popular and how people are interacting with them.
4. Social media – if you use Twitter or Facebook, cookies can help smooth the sharing process between our site and your online feeds.
5. To measure how cost-effective our advertising is – as a non-profit organisation, we need to watch our advertising spend carefully. Cookies are used to help us see how many people who click our adverts go on to do something further (for example, applying to attend a training or making a donation).

The table below provides more information about the cookies we use and why.

Name of cookie Owner Purpose for the cookie Duration
Cookie policy accept Campaign Bootcamp Identifies whether the user has accepted the use of cookies on the website. Persistent
User identification Campaign Bootcamp These are used to identify and authenticate the user during website use and between sessions on the website, for example to automatically fill forms. User activity is linked to one record in the database. They also contain technical data of the user’s session, such as connection timeouts. Session i.e. the cookie expires at the end of the session when you close your browser
Wordpress Campaign Bootcamp Recognises users and provides secure log-in to our website and associated systems. This is mainly used by our staff and contributors. Session
Google Analytics Google This is a web analytics service provided by Google, which uses cookies to show us how visitors found and explored our website, and how we can enhance their experience. It provides us with information about the behaviour of our visitors (for example, how long they stayed on the site, or which trainings are particularly popular) and also tells us how many visitors we have had. For more information on Google analytics, click here. Persistent
Facebook Facebook Facebook cookies allow us to track the website activity of visitors from our Facebook pages and ensure that our social media activity is effective. For more information about Facebook’s cookies, click here. Persistent
Google remarketing Google This tool allows us to track the activity of website visitors, including the content they are interested in. This allows us to reach out to them,  with relevant content, enabling us to spend our marketing budget more efficiently. Persistent
Lightspeed cache Lightspeed Technologies This tool makes our site faster for you to use, by reducing the time it takes to load the website.     Persistent
Wordfence Wordfence Wordfence is a firewall which helps us keep our website safe by detecting and blocking attempts to hack, or interfere with our website. Persistent

When you first visit our Site, you will be informed about our use of cookies. By continuing to use the Site, you consent to cookies being stored on your computer and/or mobile device (unless rejected or disabled by your browser).

Turning cookies off
If you do not wish to receive cookies through our Site, you may refuse them or alternatively delete cookies that have already been placed. Internet browsers normally accept cookies by default. However, most browsers let you turn off either all or third party cookies. What you are able to do depends on which operating system and browser you are using.

Cookie preferences are usually found in the options, settings or preferences menus of your browser or mobile device.

Click on the links below to find out how to change your cookie settings in:

  1. Internet explorer
  2. Firefox
  3. Chrome
  4. Safari
  5. Opera
  6. iPhone and iPad
  7. Samsung

You may opt-out of Google’s analytics cookies by visiting Google’s opt-out page –

Updating our cookie policy
We may update our use of cookies from time to time and consequently we may update this Policy so we recommend that you check this Policy regularly.