Training Terms & Conditions
Our Training Terms and Conditions are is provided on behalf of Lane Clark & Peacock LLP (“LCP”), of 95 Wigmore Street, London, W1U 1DQ, registered number OC301436, on behalf of itself and its subsidiary Delta Energy & Environment Limited (”Delta-EE”).
In these terms “you” or “your” (unless otherwise expressly stated to the contrary) means the delegate/organisation booking the training and “us”, “we” or “our” means LCP and/or Delta-EE.
A booking is confirmed when we issue a confirmation email for the booking. We may decline a booking for any reason.
Payment is due on the date of invoice or before the training start date, whichever is sooner. The delegate and organisation placing the booking are jointly and severally liable for payment.
All cancellation requests must be made in writing and are subject to the following:
|Date cancellation received (before
17.00) (not including day of training)
|Proportion of fees refunded
|Admin fee (debited from refund)
|10 Working Days or more prior to first day
|5 Working Days or more prior to first day
|4 Working Days or less prior to first day of
For the purpose of these terms, “Working Day” means Monday to Friday and excludes Saturday and Sunday as well as public holidays in England or Scotland.
We may cancel a course for any reason provided we refund the fee paid or offer an alternative date with no additional charge; we shall not be liable for any other loss, damage, expenses or costs. We may alter the advertised trainers without notice.
Subject to availability, you may transfer to another course of the same value or less on not less than five Working Days’ written notice. If there is no available alternative, the cancellation policy above applies. Delegates may be substituted free of charge on not less than one hour’s written notice.
We will provide the training with reasonable care and skill.
Online training sessions take place over Teams. We encourage participants to have their camera on if possible as this encourages interaction. Due to the nature of internet communications, we cannot guarantee the session will be uninterrupted.
Copyright and any other intellectual property rights in the course materials belong to us. You may use the course materials for your own personal (not your organisation’s) learning and development purposes. No other use or distribution of the course materials is permitted unless you have obtained our prior written consent.
Due to the public nature of our training sessions, statements made by you during the training are not confidential.
We may use your logo and any testimonials you provide to us in our marketing materials, including on our website and social media
The training and the training materials are not a substitute for professional advice. Neither we nor any presenter accepts any liability whatsoever for any loss howsoever arising that arises out of or in connection with your or any third party’s reliance on the training or the training materials. If we have any remaining liability arising out of or in connection with the training that liability (whether arising in contract, tort (including negligence), misrepresentation or otherwise) will not exceed the fee payable for the training. Nothing in these terms is intended to limit or exclude any liability that cannot be lawfully limited or excluded.
These terms set out all terms that apply to the provision of the training to the exclusion of all other terms and conditions (including, to the fullest extent permitted by law any conditions or warranties implied by statute, custom and practice or a course of dealing) and representations (whether innocent or negligent) and any terms or conditions printed on your purchase order, your remittance advice, attached to your emails or included in any other documents other than a document which expressly states on its face that it is intended to vary these terms and is signed by both you and us). If you have other contracts in place with us for the provision of consulting or subscription services then these are not affected by these terms.
These terms shall be subject to English law and the parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts. No variation to or waiver of these terms and conditions shall be valid unless it is in writing and signed by an authorised representative of the relevant party(ies).