1.1 The terms of the enrolment or online booking form and these terms & conditions constitute the terms of a legally binding contract ("the Contract") between you, the attendee, any invoice addressee set out in the enrollment form and School of Textiles ("the School").
1.2 Any talk booked by you will not automatically receive confirmation.
1.3 Any enrolment application on courses, workshops or events by you will be subject to written acceptance by the School.
1.4 The contract commences on the date of your written confirmation, or when the booking was made, not the start date of the course, talk or event.
1.5 You must ensure that the details provided by you on application or at any time during the contract period are correct and complete. You must inform us immediately of any changes to the information that you provided when you registered for an event, workshop or course.
1.6 By registering with the School or signing up for our newsletter, you understand that you are giving permission for your personal data to be used only by the School for their own marketing purposes and will not be passed on to any other party.
2. Courses, Workshops, Events
2.1 The School endeavours to provide clear information prior to any course, workshop or event via the email address you have provided.
2.2 The School reserves the right to refuse a student admission to a course if in breach of our personal conduct procedures.
2.3 The School reserves the right to change the timing and/or content of any course and to substitute any tutor/lecturer at any time.
2.4 Places on courses, workshops and events are transferable by you providing the School has been notified and agreed.
3.1 Following acceptance of your booking by the School, you and the invoice addressee will be contractually bound to pay the full amount of the School's fees. No refund will be made if you subsequently do not attend all or any part of the course, workshop or event.
3.2 All fees are to be paid in full prior to all courses, events, workshops and talks.
3.3 If you/the invoice addressee pay by electronic bank transfer, you/the invoice addressee must ensure that the School receives the full amount due after any bank charges that are payable.
3.4 The fee or the full fees will only be repaid if the School is unable to offer you a place on your chosen course, workshop, event or talk or as set out in the Contract.
3.5 Please note that VAT will be charged at the rate in force at the date payments are made which may increase or decrease the total fees quoted if the VAT rate changes.
3.6 Fees will be charged at the rate in force at the date registrations are made.
4.1 You must not bring any items of special value onto the School's premises. The School will not accept responsibility for the loss of any personal possessions.
4.2 The School will not be liable for any loss suffered by you that is indirect, special or consequential or comprises loss of profits.
4.3 The School will not be liable for any loss suffered by you resulting from any event that is beyond the reasonable control of the School.
4.4 The School will take the utmost during any course, event, workshop or talk. However, in the event of any loss or damage to work, the School will be unable to take responsibility.
4.5 The School is not responsible for software provided by third parties. In the event of difficulties with any software purchased, students should contact the third party provider for all technical issues.
4.6 Technical support for the School’s online services may not be available during periods of downtime. Downtime includes scheduled or emergency maintenance, repairs or upgrades to improve the service and performance of the website and online student support services. The School will not be held responsible for any delay or disruptions to your access to the online services as a result of such period of unavailability.
4.7 The Schools course materials, including those supplied online, are for educational purposes only. The School will not accept any responsibility to any party for the use of the course materials for any purpose other than training for education purposes, including giving of advice by you to any third party.
5.1 The School reserves the right to cancel a course, workshop, event or talk at any time subject to repayment of any fee and any fees received in respect of the said event or the part of the course that has been cancelled.
5.2 If you wish to cancel your place on a course, workshop or event, please give written notice of cancellation to the School not less than 4 weeks before the start date. The School will then refund any fees paid, less any set-up fee / deposit, only if it is able to reallocate your place. Places on talks cannot be refunded. Your statutory rights are not affected. We regret that we are unable to refund fees under any circumstances made less than 4 weeks prior to the start
5.3 You are not entitled to cancel the Contract in any circumstances other than as set out in the Contract.
6.1 You agree to keep confidential all course materials supplied to you by the School. Copyright and all other intellectual property rights in all course materials belong to the School. No printed or online course materials, nor any part of them, may be reproduced, stored/saved, broadcasted or transmitted.
6.2 The School will not provide any personal information about any student, including details of academic progress, to a third party.
6.3 You agree to grant to the School in respect of any work produced by you during any course, workshop or event a perpetual royalty-free licence to copy and display such work for promotional purposes only. You agree to allow your picture to be taken whilst attending the school premises and course days out and authorise the School to use and publish the same in print and/or electronically. You agree that the School may use such photographs with or without your name and for any lawful purpose, including for example such purposes as publicity illustration and web content. You have the right to specially request to withdraw their consent for this.
6.4 The Contract contains all of the contractual terms agreed between you, the invoice addressee and the School.
6.5 No failure or delay by the School in enforcing any of its rights under the Contract shall be deemed to be a waiver of such right.
6.6 The Contract shall be governed by English law.
YOUR RIGHT TO CANCEL
You and the invoice addressee have the right to cancel the Contract (and have all monies paid, minus any set-up fees /deposit returned by the School) at any time before the date 14 working days after the date of the Contract. This right to cancel must be exercised by notice in writing. If a notice of cancellation is sent by post, it can be posted at any time up to and including the 14 day cancellation period. If you start by attending or studying on any course, workshop or event before your 14 day statutory right to cancel ends, the right to cancel will be lost.
I have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions set out above.