Why do we collect and use your information?
- To provide you with the best possible experience and service;
- To use your information for market research and for updating our website;
- To ensure all cookery courses, cookery classes and events are safe and accessible to you;
- To process your payments and keep internal records;
- To send you newsletters and/or magazines, brochures and prospectuses
- To send you promotional materials that may interest you.
What information do we collect?
- Your contact information such as name, e-mail, telephone and address;
- Your browsing information such as information about the webpages you visit on our site collected by browsing cookies, IP address, location, activity on our website;
- Any comments that you share with us via your registration such as food allergies, special requirements and educational needs you may have for enrolling into our cooking classes and events.
We collect this information from a variety of sources. These include from you directly when use of our website, attend any course, class, use a voucher or make purchases; fill in any sign-up forms that you complete for courses, open evenings or events; and any subscriptions or requests you fill out for our newsletters, magazines, brochures and prospectuses. It may also include where others provide your information on your behalf for the uses above.
Legal basis for using your information
We use your personal information because we have a legitimate business interests in in providing you with the best possible experience, telling you about our goods and services and ensuring we can run our business and to carry out analytics and research.
Where we have contracted to provide a service or process your online orders we will process your information in order to fulfil our contract with you.
We also use your personal information because we have a set of legal obligations, such as meeting our taxation duties and managing legal claims.
Who do we share your information with?
We do not share your information with a Third Party. If we ever intend to do so, we would only do so if you give us permission. If granted permission, we will only do so selectively and carefully. You can withdraw your permission for this at any time. We may also be obliged to share your information with third parties where legally required to do so under relevant laws and government requests, when the course is being offered in partnership with an outside training provider.
We may transfer your information abroad and outside the European Economic Area for business purposes and also for using services such as Google Analytics. If we do so, we will ensure adequate safeguards are in place such as confidentiality agreements protecting your information.
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Security and retention
Protecting your information is of great importance to us, and we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard any information we collect from you.
We hold your information for as long as we have a business need to do so. For example, we may hold your information to meet our taxation obligations and manage any legal claims. In any event we will not hold your information for longer than 6 years.
You have a number of rights with regards to your information. In some circumstances you can:
- Access and obtain a copy of your information (if necessary in a machine readable format);
- Require us to amend incorrect or incomplete information;
- Require us to stop collecting or delete your information;
- Object to the way we are processing your information;
If you would like to exercise any of these rights, or put through a request for a copy of your data, please contact our Data Protection Officer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any complaints regarding how we have collected or handled your information, you may report a complaint to email@example.com.
The full legal name of our business who is the data controller for your data is SAS La Cuisine
Postal address: 75004
Telephone: +33 1 40 51 78 18