Courses Terms & Conditions 2016

  1. Definition of Course: A two or more days event.

 

  1. Health: All students are expected to take responsibility for and care of themselves and their physical and mental health during and after any course. It is expected that students will inform the Cara Centre of any medical condition, including pregnancy, and regular medication taken. This is to ensure the safety of the students and staff. No person using recreational drugs or abusing alcohol on a regular basis can be considered for the course. Cara reserves the right to ask a student to leave the course if necessary.
  2. Supervision & Qualification: During the course each student will be allocated a supervisor. The student’s progress through the course depends on satisfactory assessments. A certificate or diploma of competence is given to participants who completes the post-course requirements.

 

  1. Payment: Payment of all fees due to Cara, hereafter referred to the “Course Organiser” is required in full before the first day of the course, unless otherwise agreed with course organiser. Payment must be made using one of the ‘Payment Methods’ described on the booking instructions.

 

  1. Registration: A delegate will be deemed to be registered on a course when either the deposit money or full fee has been paid and a notification of acceptance been received by the delegate.

 

  1. Refusal: The Course Organiser reserves the right to refuse admission to any delegate who has not paid the course fee in full before the course starts.

 

  1. Acceptance: Once accepted, you are deemed to be personally liable for all fees due.

 

  1. Course cancellation: courses are financially self-supporting, and a minimum enrolment is therefore necessary to make each course viable. If, because of low enrolment or any other reason, a course is cancelled then the Course Organiser will make every reasonable effort to give registered delegates as much notice as possible (normally at least 10 working days prior to the due course start-date). The Course Organiser’s maximum liability will be limited to a refund of the course up to the amount which it has so far received in respect of a delegate. The Course Organiser will not accept liability for any costs or losses incurred by delegates or organizations which are claimed to have arisen through course cancellation, other than for those stated above. The Course Organiser reserves the right to vary arrangements for the delivery of programmes, such as venue, timings etc, and in such cases will make reasonable efforts to inform delegates in advance.

 

  1. Course postponement: Every effort will be made to run the courses on the days and times specified. Unforeseen circumstances, such as sickness may necessitate a change of date for part or all of a course. Delegates will be expected within reason to accommodate such changes. However, in the event of exceptional circumstances preventing a delegate from attending a changed date then a full refund will be given for that part or those parts of the course not attended. No allowance will be given for those part or parts already attended. The Course Organiser will not accept liability for any costs or losses incurred by delegates or organizations which are claimed to have arisen through course postponement, other than for those stated above.

 

  1. Cancellation of course registration by a delegate: All deposits paid for my courses are non-refundable as are any Paypal charges.

 

  1. Removal of a Delegate: In the interests of all course participants, the organizers reserve the right to enforce the removal of any delegate from the course whose behaviour or demeanour is, in their view, considered unacceptable.

 

  1. Terms and Conditions: The Course Organiser reserves the right to vary these Terms and Conditions from time to time and the current version will be that published on its website.

 

  1. Travel Insurance: It is the delegate’s responsibility to ensure that they have adequate travel insurance to cover their booking in the event of a cancellation or postponement.

 

  1. Through registering for a course applicants are deemed to have accepted the Terms and Conditions.