ANY ENROLMENT BY A PARENT OR GUARDIAN AUTOMATICALLY SUPPOSES THAT THE FOLLOWING HAS BEEN READ AND AGREED TO.
As the parent, guardian or legal representative of a child under 18 years of age whom I wish to enrol at Coder College, I understand that I am bound by all the terms and conditions, which are outlined below.
HEALTH & SAFETY
Coder College have a duty of care towards students and I agree to accept any decision made by Coder College or its agents in the interest of the health or safety of my child (including any emergency medical treatment they think necessary or desirable) and to reimburse them for any reasonable extra costs they may thereby incur.
- I agree to give Coder College full information and instructions about any medical condition from which my child may be suffering at the commencement of the Course.
- I understand that although all activities are carefully supervised, they are undertaken entirely at the risk of the individual and that Coder College accepts no responsibility for loss or injury.
Punctuality is crucial. Students should be dropped off and picked up within 5 mins of starting and finishing times, failure to do so may incur an additional fee. Parents (or an allocated responsible adult) must be contactable at ALL times during the class time. If someone other than a parent or family member is likely to be picking your child up, please inform the instructor on site in writing prior to the course. Students attending multiple courses in the one day will need to be picked up and the conclusion of the 1st course and then dropped off at the start of the 2nd course. Coder College cannot be held accountable for the supervision of students between classes.
As part of our marketing and promotional activity, images may be taken of you and/or your artwork for promotional use. By attending classes you agree to have your image published in various media accompanied by your first name. If you do not wish your child to be photographed, please inform us in writing before the
commencement of the course.
PERSONAL INFORMATION PRIVACY
Coder College will not provide the Applicant’s personal information collected from the contract and other sources to any third party outside of the School.
FOOD AND DRINK
Food and drink can only be consumed during the allocated break time for the holiday courses. No food and drinks are permitted during the course.
All materials and equipment (other than those offered to the students as part of the course) are property of Coder College and are to be returned at the end of the course.
All classes are subject to change. While Coder College uses its best efforts to operate classes as per the timetable published on this website, in some instances changes are required due to fluctuations in demand. No guarantee is made that classes will run per the timetable. Any changes required will be communicated to those affected prior to the date classes commence.
Holiday Courses: All fees for the holiday courses must be paid on enrolment. In the event of illness or injury, you may nominate another individual to attend in your place for the original booking. Course fees are strictly nonrefundable.
CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY
Refunds are not given in any circumstances. In the unlikely event that a course is cancelled by Coder College, the student will be refunded the full amount for the number of cancelled classes.
Payments are to be made via direct deposit.
Coder College, to the extent permitted by law, expressly disclaims liability to students for:
a) Any injury to a student or loss to a student’s property however occurring before, during or after classes whilst that student is on these premises;
b) Any negligent acts or omissions of Coder College and its instructors, occurring before, during or after classes whilst a student is on these premises;
c) Any breach of contractual duty or obligation owed by Coder College to any students in relation to personal safety before, during or after classes whilst the students are on these premises;
d) Breach of any duty owed by Coder College to any students as an occupier of these premises;
e) Breach of any statutory duty which Coder College its directors, instructors, employees, servants or agents may
owe to students;
f) Any other liability howsoever caused or arising as a result of the undertaking of the classes or the entry into these premises by any students.