In order to take online courses at the Danya Learning Center,
registration is required. If you choose to register at
the Danya Learning Center, Danya International, Inc. will
collect your user name, title, organization, address, phone,
fax, and email address. We collect this information to
document course completion, process credit card payment,
create certificates of completion, and provide technical
assistance. Should you register for a course at the Danya
Learning Center, your registration information will remain
private and confidential. We will not sell your personal
information to anyone. We will not share your registration
information with anyone with the following two exceptions.
Buprenorphine Course Exception: The American Academy of Addiction
Psychiatry (AAAP) sponsors the course Buprenorphine in the
Treatment of Opioid Dependence: The AAAP Physicians' Course. AAAP
has access to registration information for this course only
to document and monitor course
registration, you have the option to check off a box giving
the AAAP permission to inform the Center for Substance Abuse
Treatment (CSAT) that you have
taken the buprenorphine course for physicians. By checking
off this box, you provide AAAP with permission to inform
CSAT that you have met the
training requirements needed to obtain a waiver to dispense
buprenorphine for opioid dependence.
CEATTC Course Exception: The Central East Addiction Technology Transfer
Center (CEATTC) sponsors several courses on the Danya Learning
Center. As required by CSAT, for these courses only we collect
baseline and follow-up
training satisfaction information. This information is
collected anonymously and reported in aggregate to CSAT.
Danya International, Inc., and the Danya Learning Center
make no representation, guarantees, or warranty of any kind
whatsoever, expressed or implied.
All implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for
a particular purpose are hereby disclaimed by Danya International,
Inc. Danya shall not be liable for any damages of any kind,
including indirect consequential or incidental damages, arising
from or relating to the submission,
transmission, copying, modification, distribution, or
use of any materials.