CIMSPA terms and conditions

Reference information for CIMSPA products and services

Members

All members will adhere to the following, we strongly advise you to fully read and understand these documents before proceeding.
  • Charter and Statutes – this is the constitutional framework that CIMSPA operates within and it sets out the purpose and powers of CIMSPA. Members have both rights and responsibilities in relation to CIMSPA, which are included in its Charter and Statutes.
  • Code of Conduct – the member code of conduct is a mandatory set of requirements that CIMSPA members must always fully adhere to. Failure to adhere to the code of conduct may result in sanctions being taken against individual CIMSPA members, which could include but are not limited to the removal of CIMSPA membership.
  • Privacy Statement - the privacy statement will provide information on how CIMSPA protects, manages, stores and deletes members data. It will also provide information on individual privacy rights and how the data protection law protects an individual’s personal data. Furthermore, it will outline what CIMSPA will do with individual data, how long CIMSPA will retain it and who it will share this information with.
  • UK Coaching - As part of CIMSPA membership, members who meet the following professional standards will automatically gain access to the UKC learning and development platform (UKCoaching.org): Personal Trainer, Gym Instructor, Core Group Exercise Instructor, Swimming Teacher, Coach, Assistant Coach, Working With Children, Working in the School Environment (Out Of Curriculum), Safeguarding and Protecting Children, Working with People with Long Term Conditions, Assistant Swimming Teacher, Working with Children 0-5, Strength and Conditioning Trainer. In order to gain access to this member benefit, CIMSPA will share the following data with UK Coaching: email address, membership type, membership expiry date and date of birth. In agreeing to become a member of CIMSPA you are also agreeing that CIMSPA can share this personal data with UK Coaching for the purpose outlined above. Should you no longer wish to receive this service please unsubscribe through the benefits area of your CIMSPA membership or contact UK Coaching to cancel the subscription via 0113 274 4802 or https://www.ukcoaching.org/help/contact-us. Data will be shared with UK Coaching once your membership application has been verified and you have been allocated to an applicable membership category. Renewing members data will be shared with UK Coaching once your membership has been renewed and you have been allocated to an applicable membership category.

Non Members

In order to carry out its business, CIMSPA requires personal data and is fully committed to respecting all personal data it collects and stores, we strongly advise you to fully read and understand the privacy statement before proceeding.

  • Privacy Statement - the privacy statement will provide information on how CIMSPA protects, manages, stores and deletes individual’s data. It will also provide information on individual privacy rights and how the data protection law protects an individual’s personal data. Furthermore, it will outline what CIMSPA will do with individual data, how long CIMSPA will retain it and who it will share this information with.

Partners

All partners will adhere to the following, we strongly advise you to fully read and understand these documents before proceeding.

  • Contract – a formal contract will be issued upon successful application, which outlines the contractual agreement of the partnership, including both CIMSPA’s and the partners responsibilities along with partnership specific terms and conditions.
  • Code of Conduct – the partner code of conduct is a mandatory set of requirements that CIMSPA partners must always fully adhere to. Failure to adhere to the code of conduct may result in sanctions being taken against CIMSPA partners, which could include but are not limited to the termination of CIMSPA partnership.
  • Privacy Statement - the privacy statement will provide information on how CIMSPA protects, manages, stores and deletes individual’s data. It will also provide information on individual privacy rights and how the data protection law protects an individual’s personal data. Furthermore, it will outline what CIMSPA will do with individual data, how long CIMSPA will retain it and who it will share this information with.

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