Privacy policy & Terms

Application of this Privacy Policy

This document regulates the Privacy Policy of both this website, as well as all the data and information that JMLARA COACHING could handle as the Responsible for Treatment.

Therefore, to comply with article 13 and 14 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 regarding the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free circulation of these data (hereinafter “GDPR” or “General Data Protection Regulation”), as well as article 11 of Organic Law 3/2018, of December 5, on the Protection of Personal Data and guarantee of digital rights (hereinafter “LOPDGDD”) it has been established and developed this Privacy Policy.

Responsible for Treatment

Your personal data is handled by us, JMLARA COACHING as the Responsible for Treatment. We detail our social data so that you can contact us whenever you want:

  • Company name: JMLARA COACHING
  • Telephone: +34 690056394
  • Email: or

Purposes and legitimizing bases

This section regulates all the treatments carried out by JMLARA COACHING, based on each of the purposes, in accordance with the legitimizing bases that regulate it, including those listed below:

  • Consent of the interested party (article 6.1. a) GDPR)

Website users: respond to your request through the contact form.

Personnel selection processes: be part of the selection processes offered.

  • Contractual execution and pre-contractual measures (article 6.1.b) GDPR)


  1. a) Maintenance and improvement of the contractual relationship agreed between JMLARA COACHING and your company.
  2. b) Accounting and administrative management of the service agreed between JMLARA COACHING and your company.
  3. c) Manage electronic communications between JMLARA COACHING and those responsible for your company.

Potential customers

  1. a) Respond to any request for information that you send us.
  2. b) Send you a budget adjusted to your needs and/or requests.


  1. a) Management, improvement and registration in the training campus.
  2. b) Provide training activities.
  3. c) Monitor and make the most of training activities.
  4. d) Completion of quality surveys.
  • Legitimate interest of the responsible for treatment (article 6.1.f) GDPR)

Commercial activities: sending commercial information to users about products and services similar to those previously contracted, in connection with article 21.2 of the LSSICE.

Video surveillance: management of the security of facilities, goods and people through video surveillance mechanisms.

Likewise, you are informed that all the data that JMLARA COACHING requests or may request marked with an asterisk (*) will be mandatory. In the event that the mandatory data is not provided, JMLARA COACHING will not be able to provide the contracted service or attend to your request or petition.

In compliance with article 4.2.a of the LOPDGDD, it is guaranteed that the personal data provided by you to JMLARA COACHING will be considered accurate. However, JMLARA COACHING could ask you to update them that about you could keep.

Data retention period

By virtue of article 5.1.e) of the GDPR, the data conservation periods will vary depending on the treatment carried out. For this reason, from JMLARA COACHING we advise you to read our Data Retention Policy for your consultation, which you can request at or

However, despite the existence of these general deadlines, we inform you that we will periodically review our systems to proceed to eliminate data that is not legally necessary.

Rights that assist the interested parties

The data protection regulations recognize the following rights:

Right to request access to your personal data.

Right to request rectification of your personal data.

Right to request the deletion of your personal data.

Right to request the limitation of treatment.

Right to object to treatment.

Right to portability.

Right not to be subject to automated individual decisions.

Right to withdraw your consent.

The exercise of such rights must be communicated to JMLARA COACHING, in the email account or Additionally, you can file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD). More information in the Control Authority Section of this privacy policy.

Recipients and international data transfers

Your personal data may be communicated to Public or Government Authorities, State Security Forces and Bodies, to comply with the legal requirements and regulations applicable in each specific case.

In turn, they could be communicated to third-party providers or entities for the provision of a service subcontracted by JMLARA COACHING. In this regard, we inform you that the corresponding treatment manager contracts required by article 28 and 29 of the GDPR as well as article 28 of the LOPDGDD have been signed, and these always guarantee and are verified by JMLARA COACHING that they comply with and guarantee with sufficient legal, technical and organizational measures. We inform you that your data will not be communicated to third parties. Nor will international data transfers be made.

Origin of personal data

The personal data that JMLARA COACHING deals with comes from you as the owner of the same.

To which, you have previously provided your personal data and have authorized the communication thereof to the various companies that offer their services through these companies.

Data security

From JMLARA COACHING sufficient legal, technical and organizational measures have been implemented to guarantee the protection of personal data. For this reason, we periodically review our systems to avoid any illegal, unauthorized access, as well as to avoid any type of loss, accidental destruction, illegal or unauthorized disclosure, as well as any other type of damage, both accidental and illegal.

Control authority

From JMLARA COACHING we make every effort to comply with data protection regulations since it is the most valuable asset for us. However, we inform you that if you believe that your rights have been impaired, you can file a claim with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD), located at C/ JORGE JUAN, 6 – 28001 MADRID. More information about the AEPD on its website