Regulation

Internal regulation


COVID health situation


In this COVID health period, we ask parents to wear a mask when dropping off and collecting their children, to respect social distancing and the maximum number allowed in the common areas (for example, a refreshment bar to complete the registration) . By enrolling in our courses you also certify that your child is in good health to participate in a sports course and that he or she has no symptoms related to covid. You also agree to notify the association and the manager if you have symptoms related to covid.


Registrations


All registration for our courses is done via our site www.football2be.be (see general terms and conditions on the site below) or by e-mail at the address info@football2be.be. Registrations are registered for a full week, except in exceptional cases or in the case of public holidays (except All Saints' Day and Christmas, where registrations for 2 days can be offered). In order to organize the internship week as best as possible, we close registrations on Saturday at 5 p.m. the week before. For any "last minute" registration, from the Monday prior to the course, the association reserves the right not to provide the package or gift originally foreseen in the registration.


Age


A specific age group is allowed for each internship. Nevertheless, a tolerance of 6 months is accepted. We are likely to change groups or activities if a child is not of the required age to participate in the course or who would not be able to complete the activity.


Timetables and prices


The courses take place from Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (excluding holidays). The prices of our different courses will be communicated during registration. The prices include child supervision, insurance, equipment, premises and any meals (+ snacks + drinks), as well as any transport depending on the activity chosen. The training sessions take place according to a predetermined schedule and are listed on the site www.football2be.be in the appropriate section. The prices of our different training packages will be communicated at the time of registration. For "on-demand" training, the day and time is fixed between the association and one of the persons responsible for the player (for example: a parent).


R.G.P.D STATEMENT


You have entered into or are considering entering into an agreement relating to our activity with ourselves or one of our agents. In this context, you have the right to know the conditions for the processing of your personal data and to control their use. The concept of personal data is broad and includes any type of information about you as a directly or indirectly identifiable natural person. This policy is intended to provide you with necessary information on this subject. In this document, "Football2Be" or "we" refers to the non-profit organization F2B Youth Academy, a company incorporated under Belgian law with its registered office at Avenue des Jacinthes, 31A in 1030 Brussels, Belgium. This company is legally responsible for the processing of your personal data and includes all our agents and agencies operating on the territory of Belgium. Football2Be wishes to provide you here with clear and transparent information about its practices and rules for the protection of collected data regarding its potential customers and its customers ("you"), in accordance with the applicable legislation, in particular the European Regulation 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 regarding the protection of personal data ("RGPD") and any other national law or regulation applicable to the processing of personal data or the protection of privacy.


1. Football2Be's role as a data controller


The person responsible for the processing of your data is the non-profit organization F2B Youth Academy with registered office at 1030 Brussels, Avenue des Jacinthes, 31A. You can contact us at the following postal address: Avenue des Jacinthes, 31A, 1030 Brussels or via F2B@outlook.be. As the controller, we independently and autonomously determine the means and purposes for processing your data.


2. What data do we process and use?


We collect and process your personal data only for the purposes described in this policy. As part of our contractual or pre-contractual relationship, we may collect the following personal data from you: Surname, first name, physical and virtual address, telephone number, e-mail address, date of birth, national number (+ your photo) When we process sensitive personal data about you, we obtain your specific and explicit consent, unless we are otherwise authorized to process such data without your consent, in particular to comply with legal and regulatory obligations and requirements with which we comply. be submitted.


3. On what legal basis and for what purposes do we process your data?


We always process your personal data in accordance with and within the limits of the legal bases as defined by applicable law. We also ensure that the processing of your personal data is limited to what is strictly necessary for the achievement and pursuit of these purposes.


3.1. Comply with our legal obligations


We have to comply with many regulatory obligations and legal requirements. These obligations may include cooperating with the competent authorities and/or third parties and, if necessary, passing on some of your data to them. These obligations mainly relate to the following laws and regulations:


- The obligation to comply with applicable tax and accounting legislation, etc.;


- The obligation to respond to official requests from local or foreign authorities, tax authorities and judicial authorities;


- consumer protection obligations;


The list of laws and regulations that affect us and your data is not exhaustive and is subject to change.


3.2. Meeting (pre)contractual obligations


The processing of your data is done to respond to a request for an internship or training and to execute the concluded agreement. In this context, we process your data to:


- Follow up and respond to your requests;


- Create a file for our insurance and child safety;


- Evaluate the opportunity and estimate the risks associated with a potential contract;


- Determine the conditions and guarantees upon which the conclusion of the contract should be determined.


As part of current contracts or the management of previous contracts, we have to implement a number of data processing processes and operations, of different nature, including to take into account Football2Be's general obligations regarding the administrative and accounting plan. More specifically, we process your data for the execution of contracts as follows:


- Management of your requests and orders for our services;


- The provision of our related services;


- Monitoring our services;


- Central management of interns;


- The billing of our services.


We may need to process your data for additional purposes as part of the performance of the contract concluded.


3.3. Legitimate interest of F2B.


When the processing is not strictly necessary for one of the above purposes, Football2Be may also process your personal data for other purposes related to the realization and pursuit of its legitimate interests. In this case, however, Football2Be strives to strike a reasonable balance between the need to process your data and the preservation of your rights and freedoms, including the right to protection of your privacy. In that case, Football2Be will keep you informed of the legitimate interest that we pursue and provide you with transparent information about processing activities and your rights. In this context, we may process your personal data to:


- Customize Football2Be's services;


- Train Football2Be staff;


- Plan the follow-up of tasks, workload, services, etc.;


- Promote our activities to you or to potential interns;


- Keep evidence for the legally prescribed period;


- Defending and preserving the rights of Football2Be and the people it represents before courts and tribunals and other competent authorities;


- Improving our services and monitoring our activities;


- improve the use of our website by means of cookies to improve your user experience;


- Analyze a past event or other historical research.


This list of Football2Be's legitimate interests is not exhaustive and is subject to change.


3.4. Special legitimate interest of Football2Be: advertising and direct marketing


We publish photos of our internships to promote our services to both our interns and future interns. For these purposes, we will likely:


- Evaluate your visiting behavior on our websites or during events, shows and other similar activities;


- Collect some of your browsing preferences through cookies.


3.5. Your consent to send electronic communications


Finally, we may use your personal electronic contact details, namely your mobile phone number and your email address, to send you information, advertisements or personalized proposals through direct marketing campaigns or newsletters.


4. With whom and how do we share your data?


Football2Be does not sell or rent the personal data of its interns to third parties. We also do not pass on your personal information to third parties, except in the situations described in this policy. We share your personal information with the agents necessary to perform services so that our services can be performed properly. We may need to transfer your data in accordance with their instructions.


5. Transfer of personal data outside the European Economic Area (EEA)


We store your data within the EEA. If we were to continue with international transfers of your data, we will guarantee an adequate level of protection for your data by complying with European clauses and standards.


6. What are your rights?


6.1. Within the limits provided by applicable law, the GDPR provides that you have the following rights:


- the right to ask us to provide you at any time with copies of the personal data we hold about you, including the right to ask us: if we process your personal data, for what purposes, categories of data, recipients with who your data is shared;


- the right to ask us to update and correct any outdated or inaccurate personal information we hold about you;


- where we ask for your consent, the right to withdraw your consent if such consent has been given;


- the right to delete your personal data when the conditions of Article 17 of the GDPR are met;


- the right to restrict processing where the conditions of Article 18 of the GDPR are met;


- the right to data portability insofar as the conditions of Article 20 of the GDPR apply to you;


- the right to object to the processing of your personal data, provided the conditions according to Article 21 of the GDPR are met;


- the right to unsubscribe from any direct marketing communications we may send you (with your consent);


- the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority, either by post at Drukpersstraat 35, 1000 Brussels, or by email at contact@apd-gba.be or by telephone at +32 2274 48 00.


7. Right to object to direct marketing


We ask for your consent to send you commercial information, advertisements or personalized proposals (via direct marketing or electronic newsletters). You have the right to object to the processing of your data for direct marketing purposes if you no longer want us to send you such messages. In that case, we will stop processing your data for direct marketing purposes. Your request will be executed as soon as possible. If you wish to exercise the right mentioned above, you can contact us as follows: by phone at +32487/383.357 or +32496/800.777 by email at: F2B@outlook.be


8. How long do we keep your personal data?


We will not keep your personal data for longer than is necessary to realize the purposes for which the data is processed. In accordance with the principles set out below, we will delete personal data as soon as it is no longer necessary to fulfill the purposes described in this Privacy Policy, unless its retention is necessary for other fundamental purposes, including, but not limited to, to comply with our legal provisions. obligations, complaint handling and dispute resolution. The personal data of customers is stored by Football2Be for at least the duration of the contract that we have with you and a period of 10 (ten) years after the end of the last internship (or training) performed at Football2Be. The retention period of data is suspended as long as the defense and enforcement of Football2Be's rights is necessary in legal proceedings.


9. How do we protect your personal information?


We take appropriate technical and organizational measures to guarantee and protect your personal data against any unauthorized or unlawful processing and against accidental destruction, loss, access, misuse, damage and any other illegal form of data processing. Personal data in our possession.