This is the data I hold about you
Name, address, email address, telephone number, any injuries you have, next of kin.
These are the principles of on which I hold your data:
Integrity and Confidentiality
Your personal data will be processed in a way that ensures appropriate security. I will protect it against unauthorised or unlawful or accidental loss, destruction or damage.
I only hold your personal data for so long as is necessary. This means that shortly after you are no longer a student with me, I will remove your data from my records.
The exception to this is your email address, so I can keep you informed of my blog posts, up and coming events and other thoughts. You can of course, unsubscribe at any time.
No one likes to have their name spelt wrong or miss a message because their telephone number or email address is wrong. You can check your data and get it corrected if it is inaccurate.
I keep only data that is necessary.
I hold data about you, so I can record details about any injuries you might have, I can contact you about any up and coming events and know who to contact in an emergency. I don’t do anything that is not in-keeping with these intentions.
Lawfulness and transparency
I operate within the law, and am of course, transparent about my dealings with your information.
Under the GDPR you have rights -
You can have access to your data. Let me know and I’ll respond within 30 days.
If I have any inaccuracies in the data I hold about you, let me know and they will be corrected.
I can delete all information I have about you. Just ask.
Restriction of processing
If you don’t want me to use your information in some way, for example, you love coming to practice but don’t want to receive my emails, you can ask for this.
Object to processing
If you don’t want me to hold data about you, talk to me and we can arrange this.