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Terms & Conditions

EASA Training Ltd (EASA) - Terms & Conditions

By making and accepting an application the Client and EASA agree the following:

1.    Parties
These clauses are the sole terms and conditions of the contract between the Client and EASA Training Limited (hereinafter referred to as "EASA") registered in Scotland under company number 386491.

2.    Sole Agreement
These Terms and Conditions contain the whole agreement between EASA and the Client in relation to all aspects of the course. In particular, no statements, understandings, agreements, or warranties made orally or in writing, on the website, in the brochure or elsewhere shall have any relevance to these terms and conditions. Any changes to these Terms and Conditions will only have effect if made in writing and signed by both parties. These Terms and Conditions supersede all previous agreements, arrangements and understandings but nothing herein shall be read or construed as excluding liability resulting from any fraudulent act or omission by either party.

3.    Accuracy of Client Application
The Client herby confirms that all information supplied in connection with the Client's application is accurate, complete and true and the Client will promptly inform EASA of any changes to such information.

4.    Accuracy of EASA Course description
EASA intends to run the relevant course in accordance with the description of its most recent communication with the Client but reserves the right to make any amendments to the course at its sole discretion and in such a manner as it considers appropriate.

5.    Force Majeure
In the event of "force majeure" such as , but not restricted to, fire, flooding, infectious diseases, acts of God, government, terrorism, natural disaster, labour conditions and power failures and other events out with the company's reasonable control which may cause the closure of the hotel or prevent the company from running the relevant course, no refund will be made.

6.    Indemnity
The Client indemnifies EASA and will keep EASA indemnified against, any and all claims, costs, proceedings, demands, losses, damages, expenses or liability whatsoever arising as a result of the Client's breach of this contract.

7.    Eligibility
The Client will have reached the age of 18 years old prior to the start of the course selected.

8.    Application Procedure
Clients are accepted subject to space being available on the relevant course as well as on receipt by EASA of an enrolment fee and an accepted offer email. If EASA does not accept an application the enrolment fee will be returned less any costs/charges incurred.

 

11.    Payment Schedule
Upon submission of the Client application a non-returnable £300 enrolment fee is payable. EASA will then confirm by email that the client has been accepted on the course. The balance of the course is then payable within 6 weeks prior to the commencement of the course. Clients are responsible for all bank charges. Payments should be made by electronic transfer to EASA’s bank account as follows:

International IBAN:       GB58RBOS83270900792353
BIC/SWIFT Code:          RBOSGB2L
UK Sort Code:              83-27-09
UK Account Number:     00792353

12.    Cancellations
•    EASA strongly recommends that the client makes their own arrangements for insurance cover to reimburse them in the event of having to cancel an EASA course.
•    Upon payment of the enrolment fee the client is accepted for the course.
•    If cancellation is received within 14 days of acceptance for the course no further payment will be due, however the enrolment fee is non-refundable.
•    In the event of cancellation by the client for any reason (including ill-health) after 14 days from the date of acceptance no refunds will be provided by EASA

13.    Liability
EASA will exercise due care in arranging and conducting the course, however EASA cannot assume responsibility or liability for any damage, loss, claim or injury of any kind whatsoever resulting from any act of omission, commission, or inadvertence of any accommodation provider or carrier or any other company or person rendering any of the services required as part of the course. Nor can EASA be responsible for any Client who leaves the course (with or without EASA's consent) and suffers loss or injury.
To the maximum extent permitted by law, EASA excludes liability for any loss or damage of any kind however arising, including, without limitation, any direct or consequential monetary or other loss suffered by any Client taking part in one of the EASA courses or organised activities. However, if EASA is held by a Scottish court to be directly responsible for any such loss or damage, EASA will pay to the Client who has suffered loss the amount of loss claimed or the amount so far paid to EASA for the course, whichever is the lesser.

Nothing in these Terms and Conditions shall exclude any liability of EASA for death or personal injury arising from its own negligence nor affect any rights which the Clients may have as consumers.

14.    Participation in a Course
In registering for an EASA course all Clients are expected to attend all classes, complete all assignments and participate in other organised activities unless exempted. Outside these requirements Clients are free to decide how they spend their time. Should the Client decide not to attend any or all academic or other planned activity for any reason no partial or full refunds of course fees will be considered.

15.    Assignment
These Terms and Conditions and all rights under them may be assigned or transferred by EASA but not by the Client.

16.    Applicable Law
These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by Scottish law and the parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Scottish courts.