This website and/or third parties may collect information about your use of this and other websites, e.g. through the use of cookies. We’d like you to be familiar with the cookies OPHTEC uses and how you can control the use of cookies.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file downloaded onto your computer when you access pages of a website by your browser. The cookie enables your browser to be identified during repeated visits to websites and enables, for example, specific advertisements.

First-party cookies

Cookies that you receive for the same domain you are visiting, are called first-party cookies. Right now, while you are reading this page, OPHTEC’s cookies are called first party cookies.

 Third-party cookies also contains cookies of third parties. Examples are embedded YouTube video’s and social media ‘share’ buttons. As you navigate through OPHTEC’s website, it is possible that you receive third party cookies from, and others. It is not possible for the first party to influence the third party cookies.

What are cookies used for?

Some cookies are used to facilitate navigation and logging onto websites: functional cookies. Example: you log on to a website, and a cookie tells our system during your next visit that you are logged on. This means there is no need for you to log on to the site again.

Some are used for analytical purposes: to analyze the use of the website. Example: this data enables us to track the number of visitors to a specific website, so that OPHTEC knows which sections of its websites are popular. An example of a service that uses these cookies is Google Analytics. Anonymous statistical information is used to analyse the use of the OPHTEC Website. Information about website page visits van also be used to show advertisements based on your interest (remarketing). OPHTEC only uses anonymous information about pages you have visited on For remarketing, OPHTEC uses this information: your interest in specific products.

You can use your computer’s browser settings to delete previously stored cookies and prevent new cookies from being stored. The method used for storing cookies depends on the type of browser; you can use your browser’s help function if necessary.

 What cookies does OPHTEC use?

Analytical Cookies
This cookies are used to analyze the use of the OPHTEC website and how you found us. Without these cookies we miss your data and won’t be able to analyse how our website is used.

This is a Google cookie and will be deleted after a maximum of 14 months.

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OPHTEC does not share this data with third parties.
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Tracking Cookies
With remarketing we can reach the people that have visited our website. We can offer content of your interest to you via advertisements. You can delete or opt-out for Google cookies via Google.

This Google cookie: will be deleted after a maximum of 14 months.

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OPHTEC does not share this data with third parties.
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 What cookies can be placed by other parties?

Provider/URL Purpose
Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter Social Media-buttons on We display YouTube video’s for informational and educational purposes.
Google Maps A Google Map can be used, for example to display the location of a Training Course.

For more information about the cookies of social media organizations, please check their privacy and cookies statements. Please note that these statements are subject to change. The website does not control these changes.


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How to control cookies

If you don’t want to receive cookies, you can modify your browser so that it notifies you when cookies are sent to it or you can refuse cookies altogether. You can also delete cookies that have already been set.

If you wish to restrict or block web browser cookies which are set on your device then you can do this through your browser settings; the Help function within your browser should tell you how.

Questions and remarks

Please contact us if you have any questions or remarks regarding this cookie statement.


This cookie statement is last updated on April 23 2018.