Terms and Conditions

Visiting the site www.pmi.ro implies acceptance of the Terms of Use which will be detailed below. In order to use the site in good conditions, it is recommended to read the Terms and Conditions carefully. www.pmi.ro is managed by ASOCIATIA PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE ROMANIA CHAPTER with its registered office in Bucharest, Splaiul Independentei no. 273, floor 2, building 4, office 2, sector 6, registered at the Trade Register with no. … .., CUI 14914180. We reserve the right to make changes to these Terms and Conditions as well as any changes to the www.pmi.ro site without prior notice. By accessing the Terms and Conditions page, you can always read the latest version of these provisions.

Chapter 1 – Terms. Definitions. Contracting Parties:

According to the legislation in force, we define the following terms as follows:

(1). Information society service – any service that is performed using electronic means and has the following characteristics:

  1. It is carried out in consideration of a patrimonial benefit, procured to the bidder in the usual way by the recipient;

  2. It is not necessary for the tenderer and the consignee to be physically present simultaneously in the same place;

  3. It is performed by transmitting the information at the individual request of the recipient;

(2) Electronic means – electronic equipment and networks of cable, optical fiber, radio, satellite and the like, used for the processing, storage or transmission of information;

(3) Service provider – any natural or legal person that makes available to a determined or indefinite number of persons an information society service;

(4) Service provider established in a State – a service provider having a permanent establishment in the territory of a State and actually pursuing an economic activity using that establishment established in the territory of a State, for an indefinite period; the establishment of a service provider in a State is not necessarily determined by the location of the technical and technological means necessary for the provision of the service;

(5) Domain – an area of a computer system, owned as such by a natural or legal person or a group of natural or legal persons for the purpose of processing, storing or transferring data;

(6) Recipient of the service or recipient – any natural or legal person who uses, for commercial, professional or other purposes, an information society service, in particular for the purpose of seeking information or providing access to it;

(7) Consumer – any natural person who acts for purposes other than those of his commercial or professional activity;

(8) Commercial communication – any form of communication intended to promote, directly or indirectly, the products, services, image, name or denomination, company or emblem of a trader or member of a regulated profession; do not in themselves constitute commercial communications: information allowing direct access to the activity of a natural or legal person, in particular by domain name or e-mail address, communications relating to the products, services, image, name or trademarks of a natural person, or carried out by a third party independent of the person concerned, in particular when they are made free of charge;

(9) Remote access payment instrument – an electronic payment instrument through which its holder can access the funds held in an account with a financial institution and authorize a payment using a personal identification code or another similar means of identification;

(10) Holder – the person who holds an electronic payment instrument based on a contract concluded with an issuer, under the conditions provided by law;

(11) Identification data – any information that may allow or facilitate the types of operations mentioned above, such as an identification code, name or surname, domicile or registered office, telephone number, fax, e-mail address, registration number or other similar means of identification, tax registration code, personal numerical code and the like.

Chapter 2 – Price and payment methods:

The purchase price shown on the invoice will be the same as that stipulated in the contract or in the annex to the contract. Payment for services and products is made through an online payment instrument.

Chapter 3 – Obligations of the parties:

(1) The provider of services and products has the obligation to provide to the recipients and public authorities means that allow easy, direct, permanent and free access at least to the following information:

  1. The name or denomination of the service and product provider;

  2. The domicile or headquarters of the service and product provider;

  3. Telephone numbers, fax numbers, e-mail addresses and any other data necessary to contact the service and product provider directly and effectively;

  4. Registration number or other similar means of identification, if the provider of services and products is registered in the trade register or other similar public register;

  5. Fiscal registration code;

  6. Identification data of the competent authority, if the activity of the service and product provider is subject to an authorization regime;

  7. The professional title and the state in which it was granted, the professional body or any other similar body to which it belongs, an indication of the regulations applicable to that profession in the state where the provider of services and products is established, as well as the means of access to them. in which the provider of services and products carries out a regulated professional activity;

  8. Tariffs related to the services and products offered, which must be indicated in compliance with the rules on the marketing of products and services on the market, specifying the exemption, inclusion or non-inclusion of value added tax, as well as its amount;

  9. Inclusion or non-inclusion in the price of delivery costs, as well as their value, if applicable;

  10. Any other information that the provider of services and products is obliged to make available to the recipients, in accordance with the legal provisions in force.

(2) The obligation provided in par. (1) shall be considered fulfilled if the provider of a service displays this information in a clear, visible and permanent form, inside the web page through which the respective service is offered, under the conditions mentioned in par. (1).

(3) In order to be able to send a request through the contact form on www.pmi.ro, the recipient has the obligation to enter the identification data requested in the contact form on the website www.pmi.ro. By using the service, you state that you will provide real, accurate, current and complete information about yourself. If we believe that this obligation has been breached, we reserve the right to block your access to the use of the service, for a fixed or indefinite period, without prior notice.

Chapter 4 – Commercial communications

1. The making of commercial communications by electronic mail shall be prohibited, unless the addressee has given his express prior consent to receive such communications.

2. Commercial communications which constitute a service of the information society or part thereof, in so far as they are permitted, must comply with at least the following conditions:

  1. Be clearly identifiable as such;

  2. The natural or legal person in whose name they are made to be clearly identified;

  3. Promotional offers, such as discounts, prizes and gifts, must be clearly identifiable and the conditions that must be met to obtain them must be easily accessible and clearly presented;

  4. Competitions and promotional games should be clearly identifiable as such, and the conditions for participation should be easily accessible and clearly presented;

  5. Any other conditions imposed by the legal provisions in force.


Chapter 5 – Validity, legal effects and proof of contracts concluded by electronic means

(1) Contracts concluded by electronic means produce all the effects that the law recognizes for contracts, when the conditions required by law for their validity are met.

(2) For the validity of contracts concluded by electronic means, the prior consent of the parties on the use of electronic means is not required.

(3) The proof of the conclusion of contracts by electronic means and of the obligations resulting from these contracts is subject to the provisions of the common law on evidence and the provisions of law 455/2001 on electronic signature.

Chapter 6 – Copyright

The entire content of the www.pmi.ro platform, including texts, images, graphics, web graphics, scripts and any other data, is the property of ASOCIATIA PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE ROMANIA CHAPTER or its suppliers and is protected according to the Copyright Law and the laws on intellectual and industrial property rights. The use without the written consent of any elements on the site www.pmi.ro, or of any elements listed above is punished according to the laws in force. To claim the intellectual property rights you can use the email address o[email protected].

Chapter 7 – Privacy policy

The confidentiality and protection of your personal data is one of our commitments to the ASSOCIATION PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE ROMANIA CHAPTER, hereinafter referred to as PMI Romania Chapter.

Therefore, we strive to process your personal data in accordance with the principles defined in the data protection legislation applicable in Romania, including Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data. data, as well as repealing Directive 95/46 / EC (“GDPR”).

Personal data represents any information regarding an identified or identifiable natural person. An identifiable person is a person who can be identified directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identification number or to one or more specific physical, psychological, mental, economic, cultural or social identity factors.

This policy of confidentiality and protection of personal data concerns the data of our clients, business partners, other people who contact and visit us, as well as their representatives, potential employees, collaborators, etc. and applies both to the data collected through our site www.pmi.ro, and to all other personal data collected by e-mail or other off-line contacts.

The privacy and personal data protection policy describes:

  1. the purposes for which we collect and use your personal data;

  2. the reasons for processing the data for these purposes;

  3. the categories of personal data that we collect and process;

  4. the duration of the processing of these data;

  5. your rights as data subjects and how you can exercise them;

  6. to whom we may disclose personal data,

  7. information that we hope to convey to you in a transparent and easy to read way, in order to understand what we want to communicate to you.

You will also find out how you can contact us if you have questions about your personal data, questions to which we will be happy to answer. Please also read our policy on cookies, from which you will find out how www.pmi.ro uses cookies and other similar technologies.

  • Purposes, grounds for processing and categories of personal data processed

In the context of the interaction with PMI Romania Chapter, we can subject you – as an individual – to the data processing activities we perform. Therefore, we use your personal data in the following cases:

  • If you are a client or potential client of PMI Romania Chapter:

    • Providing services and products

We use your relevant personal data to prepare and provide the services and products requested from us, or to respond to a request from you, we may need personal data relevant to your case. In this case, we rely on the execution of the contract or on your consent as the basis for the processing of personal data.

  • Communicating with you

We use the contact details to communicate with you, in connection with the requests you have, as well as with any other relevant aspects related to the commercial relationship. Also, in this case, we rely on the execution of the contract as a basis for processing personal data.

  • Data processing as an obligation imposed by law, in general, and by our obligations as a provider of services and products in particular

We may process some of your personal data in the context of providing services and products based on the legal obligations arising from the legislation in force. In this case, the reasons for processing this data are related to the legal obligation we have.

  • Sending offers and promotional packages, news regarding the services and products of PMI Romania Chapter

We may also use your contact details to provide you in the form of your choice (electronics via e-mail, SMS, paper – to be inserted as appropriate) – our offers and other information or seasonal news about to services and products, its promotions PMI Romania Chapter, only if you have subscribed to such a service and, therefore, you have previously expressed your explicit consent for such processing of your data. You may at any time withdraw your consent by expressing your option to no longer receive such information by sending an e-mail to [email protected].

The categories of data processed in the context of our relationship with you are your name, e-mail address, telephone, fax, billing data, bank details, data entered in your identity card or passport, as well as other personal data of yours that you could provide them to us directly.

In this case, we rely on your explicit consent to the processing of your medical data. You are not obligated to provide us with this medical information, but we may not be able to provide certain of the services we provide.

Regarding the processing of this type of data and information, you can withdraw your consent at any time.

  • If you are applying for a volunteer opportunity or you are a candidate for one of the open positions in the management committee of PMI Romania Chapter

We use the personal data contained in the CVs we receive to assess applicants’ qualifications for a position on the PMI Romania Chapter’s management committee, including for a position in the available volunteer opportunities. We base the processing of personal data on your consent expressed with the submission of your CV.

The categories of data processed in the context of our relationship with you are name, e-mail address, telephone, fax, address, personal data included in CVs, details about education and training, professional qualifications, and other personal data that you could supply them directly to us.

  • If you are a visitor to our headquarters:

We use your personal data to ensure the security of our premises, assets, staff and other visitors to the PMI Romania Chapter Support office space. In this case, the processing of our data is based on the legitimate interest of the PMI Romania Chapter, namely the protection of these spaces, assets and staff.

The categories of data processed in this context are your name, as well as other personal data that you could provide us directly.

  • If you are a user of our website:

We use the personal data we collect from you when you visit our website, www.pmi.ro, to monitor traffic and to improve the content of the site. We base this data processing activity on the basis of our legitimate interest in ensuring the proper functioning of our website, as well as in improving it.

The categories of data processed in this context are: e.g. the time and date of accessing the Internet site, the IP address from which our Internet site was accessed

  • Information that we collect automatically. Cookies

Even if visiting the website www.pmi.ro does not result in placing an order, sending a message or the like, it is possible that we automatically collect certain information through cookies. Please browse the Cookies Policy available on the company’s website.

  • Processing for other purposes

We do not process your personal data for secondary purposes other than those for which they were originally collected, without prior consent, without a legitimate interest or without a legal basis.

  • Information about children

PMI Romania Chapter does not collect personal data of children.

  • Do we disclose your personal data to third parties?

In certain circumstances, we will share personal data with third parties:

Competent authorities – in the case of requests based on legal provisions, we provide your data to the competent authorities, when it is strictly necessary to detect fraud, criminal acts and, in general, when the legal provisions require us to comply with such a requirement.

When you expressly request this from us or you expressly authorize us to disclose your data.

In case of urgent situations or cases of force majeure.

If the disclosure is necessary to resolve disputes, to establish or exercise a right in court.

We assure you that we do not sell your personal data to any other entity, natural or legal person.

  • How long do we keep your personal data?

We limit the storage time of your personal data to what is necessary for the purposes of processing that have been brought to your attention.

We review the need to keep your personal data.

The personal data of potential candidates are processed for a period of 1 year from the last contact with our company. If the collaboration process ends with the conclusion of a contract, personal data will be processed at least for the period required by the applicable legal provisions in the field, including, but not limited to, the legal provisions on archiving.

We delete your personal data:

immediately, as a result of a request sent by you, except for the data whose processing / supply is required by a legal provision, in which case the retention period will be the one provided in the applicable mandatory legislation;

it is possible to keep your personal data in case of finding, exercising or defending a right in court.

If the retention of your personal data is necessary for the purposes specified by law, we may still retain this data.

  • How do we ensure the security of your personal data? Are they safe?

We want to keep your personal data safe, by implementing appropriate technical measures and appropriate organizational measures.

In accordance with applicable law, we have defined and use internal procedures to prevent unauthorized access and misuse of personal data.

We use appropriate systems and procedures to protect and secure personal data, in particular to prevent unauthorized / illegal processing, accidental or illegal loss, accidental or illegal destruction.

We have implemented measures for the prevention and / or discovery of security breaches, for the documentation of security incidents, for the data affected by such incidents, for the remediation of security incidents, the recovery of personal data.

We have also implemented measures and procedures to comply with our obligations under applicable law in the event of a security incident, including our obligations to notify the competent supervisory authority and to notify and inform you, as appropriate.

The traffic to the web page www.pmi.ro is SSL encrypted, thus ensuring the confidentiality of the information you provide.

In the case of our members, contractors, suppliers and collaborators of PMI Romania Chapter Support, we limit and restrict their access to the personal data we process, to what is strictly necessary, on the one hand, and on the other, imposing strict confidentiality obligations.

We have also implemented and carry out a policy of continuous training of our staff in connection with the processing of personal data.

  • Do we transfer your personal data outside the EU or the EEA?

We do not transfer your personal data to countries outside the European Economic Area or to international organizations. Your personal data used for registration as a member of Project Management Institute Inc is also accessible to members of the management committee of PMI Romania Chapter.

  • How can you control your personal data? What are your rights?

As data subjects, GDPR offers you a number of rights, including:

  • The right to withdraw consent (Art. 7, Paragraph 3) – in cases where the processing is based on your consent, you can withdraw it at any time. Withdrawal of consent will have effect only for the future, the processing carried out prior to the withdrawal remaining valid;

  • The right to access data (Art. 15) – you have the right to request information on the activities of processing your personal data or to request copies of this data;

  • The right to rectify the data (Art.16) – you have the right to rectify inaccurate personal data or you can complete them;

  • The right to delete data (“the right to be forgotten”) (Art.17) – you have the right to obtain the deletion of data, if their processing was not legal or in other cases provided by law;

  • The right to restrict the processing of data (Art.18) – you have the right to request the restriction of processing if you challenge the accuracy of the data, as well as in other cases provided by law;

  • The right to data portability (Art.20) – you have the right to receive, under certain conditions, the personal data you have provided to us, in a format that can be read automatically or you can request that the data be transmitted to another operator ;

  • Right of opposition (Art. 21) – you have the right to oppose, in particular, data processing that is based on our legitimate interest;

  • The right to file a complaint (Art.79) – you can file a complaint regarding the way of processing personal data at the National Authority for Supervision of Personal Data Processing;

You can exercise these rights, either individually or cumulatively. For this, you must contact PMI Romania Chapter Support in writing, by e-mail at [email protected]

We are happy to ensure that you exercise these rights.

You can exercise these rights mentioned above and find out more about them by submitting to us, as a data controller, a written request to the email address: [email protected]

You also have the right to submit a complaint to the National Authority for the Supervision of Personal Data Protection (ANSPDCP) [http://dataprotection.ro/].

We are committed to always treating your requests with the utmost care and answering any questions you may have as soon as possible, but no later than 30 days from the date of receipt of valid requests.

Do not provide your personal data to PMI Romania Chapter through other communication channels, except those mentioned in this policy.


CUI: 14914180

Trade Register: …………………………

Address: Bucharest, Splaiul Independentei no. 273, floor 2, building 4, office 2, sector 6

URL: www.pmi.ro

regardless of the person or company who would request them on our behalf, including employees or former employees of PMI Romania Chapter that you met during previous visits. Personal data transmitted through any other communication channels except those mentioned in the policy to any third party, for any purpose (additional discounts, etc.), do not fall under the responsibility of PMI Romania Chapter, the latter not being able to ensure their security. In this regard, we recommend that you carefully study the privacy policies of such third parties.


  • Who is responsible for the processing of personal data? Contact.

ASSOCIATION PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE ROMANIA CHAPTER, Romanian legal entity, headquartered in: Bucharest, Splaiul Independentei no. 273, floor 2, building 4, office 2, sector 6, registered at ONRC with no. …………… .., controls the processing of your personal data, being the Data Operator of the information collected from you to us.

PMI Romania Chapter can be contacted at [email protected] or at the postal address Bucharest, Splaiul Independentei no. 273, floor 2, building 4, office 2, sector 6, in connection with any questions or ambiguities regarding this policy or in connection with the processing of personal data.

This personal data processing policy is in force since 25.05.2018. It may be subject to subsequent changes. Any updates enter into force on the date of their publication on the PMI Romania Chapter website www.pmi.ro.

By any subsequent amendments and updates to this policy, we undertake not to infringe in any way your rights mentioned in this version. If such changes could have a major direct or indirect impact on your rights in relation to your personal data, we undertake to make this explicitly known to you and to request your consent in accordance with the legal applicable provisions.

In any case, all subsequent changes will be presented on this page, and if they are significant, we will highlight them. Also, all versions of this privacy policy are kept in the PMI Romania Chapter archive for consultation.

Chapter 8 – Cookies Policy

8.1. Cookies Policy

To ensure that the applications published on this website work correctly, we use files called cookies on your device.

8.2. What are cookies?

A cookie is a very small file that a web page saves on your computer or mobile device when you access the web page. With this file, the webpage may retain your actions and preferences (for example, session ID, selected language, font size, or viewing preferences) for a period of time so that you do not have to select them again each time you return. on the web page or when navigating from one section of the web page to another.

Cookies cannot identify you as a person.

8.3. How do we use cookies?

Our website uses two types of cookies, those that expire at the end of the browsing session on the website and those that persist on your device for a long time even if you turn off the device.

Accepting the use of cookies is not strictly necessary to be able to view the web page, but it will ensure a more pleasant experience. You can delete or block cookies, but if you do this certain features of this web page may no longer work the way they were intended.

The information in the cookies is not used to personally identify you, and the data is entirely under our control. Cookies are not used for any purpose other than that mentioned in this policy.

The cookies we use are the following:

Cookie type


Retention period


Cookies that allow browsing for authenticated users

These cookies allow browsing the applications published on this web page without asking the user to log in successively each time they access another application. These cookies expire with the browsing session

End the browsing session

These cookies are required to use the applications within the website.

Cookies that allow you to maintain your preferences

These cookies facilitate the maintenance of your preferences regarding the font size, the selected language, viewing preferences and other options that you select within the applications.

24 hours after the end of the session

You can configure the browser settings you use to block these cookies.


Cookies that improve the performance of applications within the website.

These cookies collect information on how users use the applications published on the website. The information is used to improve the operation and performance of the applications within the website.

Six months from the configuration or update.

You can configure the browser settings you use to block these cookies.


Third party cookies

We use cookies from third parties to track and analyze the level of use and the volume of traffic and users on our website. This information is used mainly for statistical purposes.

Two years from the inauguration of the configuration or update

You can configure the browser settings you use to block these cookies.


8.4.How can you control cookies?

You can control or delete cookies according to your preferences, for details you can visit:


You can delete all cookies that already exist on your device and you can configure almost any web browser to block their use. If you do this, you may have to manually adjust certain preferences each time you visit a webpage, and certain services or features may no longer work.

8.5. How can you contact us?

You can send any questions or requests to: [email protected]


CUI: 14914180

Trade Register: …………………………

Address: Bucharest, Splaiul Independentei no. 273, floor 2, building 4, office 2, sector 6

URL: www.pmi.ro

We reserve the right to change this policy from time to time. All changes will be presented on this page and if the changes are significant we will highlight them to be easily identifiable. We will keep all versions of this privacy policy in the archive for consultation.

The current version is valid from: 25.05.2018

Chapter 9 – Responsibilities regarding services

ASOCIATIA PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE ROMANIA CHAPTER does not assume responsibility and cannot be held responsible for any damages caused by using the information provided published on the website www.pmi.ro.

Chapter 10 – Limitations on the use of certain distance communication techniques

1. The following distance communication techniques require the prior consent of the consumer:

a) Automated call system without human intervention (automatic call);

b) Fax (fax);

c) E-mail address (e-mail).

(2) The use of other techniques of individual distance communication besides those provided in art. 1 is not permitted if there is a refusal by the consumer.

Chapter 11 – List of distance communication techniques

a) Unaddressed form;

b) Addressed form;

c) Standard letter;

d) Printed advertising with order form;

e) Catalog;

f) Telephone with human intervention;

g) Telephone without human intervention (automatic call, audio text);

h) Radio;

i) Videophone (telephone with image);

j) Video text (microcomputer, TV screen with keyboard or touch screen);

k) E-mail (e-mail);

l) Fax (fax);

m) Television (teleshopping).

Chapter 12 – Litigation

By using, viewing or purchasing the courses on this site, the user has become aware of the fact that Romanian laws will govern the above Terms and Conditions and any dispute of any kind that may arise between the user and the ASSOCIATION PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE ROMANIA CHAPTER In case of possible conflicts between ASOCIATIA PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE ROMANIA CHAPTER and its clients, we will first try to resolve them amicably in at least 30 working days. If an amicable settlement will not be possible, the dispute will be resolved in the competent court in accordance with the Romanian laws in force.

Chapter 13 – Miscellaneous

If any of the above clauses is found to be void or invalid, for whatever reason, this will not affect the validity of the other clauses. Upon launching the order, the customer accepts without objection the Terms and Conditions of Use, their value being the same as a valid contract. By agreeing to these Terms and Conditions, the customer fully assumes the rights and obligations arising from the purchase of services described on the website www.pmi.ro.