Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Our privacy policy states how we will respect the privacy of our clients and customers, detailing the information we gather, how it will be used and how we keep it secure.

Kinharvie Institute is a registered charity and is based at 49 Dowanhill Street, Glasgow, G11 5HB. Our principal activities are coaching, organisation development and training for the benefit of individuals and organisations.

Use of Personal Information

‘Personal information’ used here refers to information we collect on individuals including, but not limited to, name, job title, organisation name, address, telephone number and email address as well as information from booking forms and online forms on our website.

Personal information is used for:

  • administration
  • notification of new products and services by post / email / telephone
  • notification of events (organised by Kinharvie Institute and occasionally by other organisations) by post / email / telephone
  • statistical purposes

Personal information will be processed in line with the legitimate interests of both you and Kinharvie Institute using this information in ways you could reasonably expect and which has a minimal impact on your privacy.

You can opt out of any further communications at any time by emailing or by post to The Administrator, Kinharvie Institute, 49 Dowanhill Street, Glasgow, G11 5HB.

We have policies in place to ensure that statutory requirements are complied with and that we respect the confidentiality of personal information

You can access our website without disclosing personal information. If you visit our website to purchase specific products and services, we will ask for personal information to respond to your enquiry. This information will only be used for the above purposes.

We do not store credit card details nor do we share customer details with any third parties. We also do not sell or disclose personal information to any other organisation for marketing purposes.

Links to Other Websites

Our website may contain links to other internet sites that are not controlled or owned by us and we are not responsible for the content or the privacy policy of such sites.


If you have any queries about your personal information, please contact Maureen McCaffrey, Administrator by one of the following methods:

  • Telephone: 0141 3371070
Fax: 0141 337 7454
  • By post:
Maureen McCaffrey, Kinharvie Institute, Glasgow G11 5HB

The Kinharvie website uses cookies. A "cookie" is a piece of information that is saved to the hard drive of your computer and "remembers" information about the configuration of your computer.

Google Analytics Cookies

We use Google Analytics (GA) to track your movements through our website to find out how it is being used, assess its usefulness and make improvements. To read more about what cookies are being set by GA please visit: GA Concepts Cookies

Personal information about you is not collected at any point during the GA tracking process. 

Additional Analytics Cookies

  • The VID{0} is a cookie that refers to the CRM user (the site's contact from database) that logged in
  • ANONIDXXXX is a cookie to track anonymous users for analytics. This tracks a user for multiple visits.
  • ANONID{0} - id of the anonymous user (guid)
  • ANONID - same as above, kept for backwards compatibility
  • VISIDXXXXX, cookie for anonymous, identifies a visit for an ANONID. Single visit for an anonymous user.
  • VISID - visit id old format
  • VISID{0} - visit id

Display cookies

  • visitorDeviceClass - the name of the device class for the current. This cookie is used to specify that the user is using a mobile device or not. Generated at first access.
  • Session only = a cookie with a lifetime that last at max until the browser is closed. The session cookie can also expire before closing the browser. This cookie is deleted when the browser is closed.
  • ASP.NET_SessionId standard name of the user session in the .NET stack.

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