Workshop Terms & Conditions
1. Workshop programmes and fees
1.1 The outline details and content of workshop programmes and fees are correct at the time of publication, but they may be subject to change without notice.
1.2 APS reserve the right to cancel, reschedule or change the workshop venue without penalty or liability if there are insufficient bookings, or for reasons outside APS’ control.
2.1 Fees are payable in advance of the workshop. APS can either send a PayPal invoice for settlement by credit\ debit card or a standard invoice for settlement by personal cheque or company. Payment can also be made via BACS - please call for details. Overnight accommodation is not included.
3.1 The fee includes all workshop learning materials. Workshop materials and facilitation are provided by APS in the English language only.
4. Transfer policy
4.1 Once a workshop has been booked, should a participant wish to transfer from one workshop date to another, the following transfer fees are payable:
Transfer request received by APS:
Less than 7 days prior to the workshop start or if the participant fails to attend:
50% of the workshop fee
Between 7 and 28 days prior to the workshop start:
25% of the workshop fee
4.2. All transfer requests must be made in writing.
5. Cancellation policy
Should a workshop be cancelled by APS, a full refund will be given upon return of any workshop material already dispatched. Should a participant cancel the following fees are payable:
Cancellation received by APS:
Less than 7 days prior to workshop start or if the participant fails to attend:
Between 7 and 28 days prior to workshop start
50% of the fee.
More than 28 days prior to the workshop start
No fee payable, except for a charge for any workshop materials already dispatched.
Substitutions can be made at any time.
7.1 APS will advise participants as soon as reasonably possible if a workshop has to be cancelled.
7.2 APS will try to ensure that any description of the design or content of workshops is as informative as possible, but it is for participants to take responsibility for deciding whether or not a workshop is suitable to meet their needs. Successful completion of qualifying workshops requires participants to demonstrate an understanding of underlying principles and competence in administration and feedback of the instrument(s) concerned.
7.3 APS’ liability arising under or as a result of the provision of the workshops, whether in contract, tort, breach of statutory duty or otherwise will not exceed the fee paid by the participant (or sponsor) for such workshop. Nothing in these terms and conditions will exclude or limit APS’ liability for death or personal injury, or fraud on APS’ part, or for any liability that cannot be excluded by law. Subject to the foregoing sentence, APS will not be liable for any indirect or consequential loss, loss of business, profit, revenue, data or goodwill, or for lost or wasted management time.
7.4 3rd Party access charges: APS are not liable for any phone, internet or other fees you may be charged by your provider to connect you with our Webinar or Virtual products and services.
Any condition, representation or warranty that might otherwise be implied or incorporated within these terms and conditions by reason of statute or common law or otherwise is hereby expressly excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.
These terms and conditions shall apply to the exclusion of all other terms and conditions, including any that you attempt to apply under any purchase order, booking confirmation or any other document, and, no variation of these terms and conditions shall be effective unless in writing and signed on behalf of APS by one of its directors.
10. Data protection notice
It is understood that by booking a place on a workshop the participant’s name and personal details will be added to registration files held by APS and that the participant agrees to APS freely releasing confirmation of qualification status should a request be received.
11. Governing law
These terms and conditions are governed by English law and are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.