Privacy Policy

This privacy policy explains how Amethyst Holistic Training uses any personal information we collect about you and why we collect it.

What information do we collect?

If you are enrolling with us as a student and/or acting as a model for a training session, we need your contact details ie your name, phone number, address, postcode and email address. We will also need information about your age and health in order for a treatment to go ahead during training.

Why do we need this information, how will we use it and how long will we retain it?

If you are student, we need your name, address, postcode, email address for enrolment details.

If you are a student and/or model we need all the details above plus information about age/health in order to ensure that it is safe for you to receive the treatments you may receive during training and also for insurance purposes.

We will store your information for 7 years after the date of your training/treatment. Our lawful basis for processing this personal information is ‘contract’, this means that we have a legal reason to ask you for your data because we need it for contractual reasons. You do not have to share your personal data with us, but if you do not the student cannot give you a treatment for training purposes. You must fulfil your side of the contract (ie share your personal information) in order for us to fulfil ours (ie carry out treatment).

Will we share your information?

We will not share your information with anyone outside of Amethyst Holistic Training.

Who can I complain to if I feel you are not handling my data correctly?

Please contact us if you have any questions about this privacy policy or the information we hold on you.  You can do this by email to rachel@amethystholistictraining.co.uk 

If you believe we are not handling your data correctly, you have a right to make a complaint.  This should be sent to us using the above contact details. If you are unhappy with our response you should then contact the ICO (independent commissioner’s office) by contacting them or using the following web page https://ico.org.uk/concerns/