Terms and Conditions neuroCademy

The following Terms and Conditions apply to all workshop listings of the neuroCademy, neuroCare Group GmbH and other services rendered to entrepreneurs as defined by Sect. 310 Para. 1 BGB [German Civil Code].

1. Participation conditions

The participant is expected to have at least a Masters level in Human Sciences (e.g. Psychology, Medicine). In cases where the education level is comparable, participation can be considered by neuroCademy. neuroCademy can request degrees and certificates as proof.

2. Prices, services and payments

Workshop prices are found in the current program without obligation. neuroCademy obtains the right to change the price of courses and workshops if necessary. During the courses and workshops neuroCademy will serve drinks, snacks and a light lunch.

The registration fee will have to be paid within 30 days after the invoice date and in any case 14 days before the start of the course or workshop. When these payment terms are not met, neuroCademy retains the right to exclude the participant from the course or workshop.

3. Cancellation by the participant

Cancellation of the registration needs to be communicated via e-mail, fax or mail* and this must be confirmed by neuroCademy. For cancellations more than 30 days before the start of the first course or workshop day, there will be no costs involved. For cancellations within 30 days before start of the first course- or workshop-day, 50% of the course costs will be invoiced. One week before the course or workshop, cancellation is not possible. In all cases – after consulting neuroCademy – a replacement can be admitted if that person can fulfill requirement 1 of these Terms and Conditions.

Restitution of the registration fee is only possible when termination of the course or workshop is caused by an unforeseen event such as illness or emergency of the participant. Adjudication will be reviewed by neuroCademy.

*For courses held in Europe contact neuroCare Group, Rindermart 7, 80331 Munich; +49 (89) 215 471 2998; neurocademy@neurocaregroup.com
For courses held in Australia contact neuroCare Group Pty Ltd., Level 19, 56 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000, +61 2 8317 5032; sydney@neurocaregroup.com

 

4. Accreditation

The authoritative body will issue accreditation of the different courses and workshops. If accreditation is acknowledged it will be stated in the neuroCademy program. A certificate will be provided after completion of the course or workshop.

5. Course assessment

If a course needs to be completed with an exam performed by neuroCademy, this is a mandatory part of the course. A neuroCademy course can be reviewed by a written or oral examination, a practical assignment or a combination of these.

6. Course cancellation by neuroCademy

neuroCademy obtains the right to cancel the course or workshop if there are not enough participants for the course or workshop. Course fees that have already been paid will be returned. neuroCademy cannot be held responsible for other costs (e.g.flight or hotel) caused by the cancellation of courses or workshops. neuroCademy obtains the right to change the program whenever this is required.

7. Course material

The copyright and ownership on all course materials created by neuroCademy will remain of neuroCademy. Multiplication, copy or distribution of any of these materials or publishing it by press, copy, microfilm or otherwise is not permitted without the written permission from neuroCademy.

8. Complaints

Complaints about the courses or workshops can be sent in writing to the “College van Toezicht” of the Dutch institute: “Nederlands Instituut Psychologen (NIP)”. Information about this procedure can be found on the website www.psynip.nl.

9. Additional

By registration for a course or workshop, the participant agrees to the Terms and Conditions of neuroCademy.

10. Applicable Law,Venue

The contractual relationship is subject to the law of the Federal Republic of Germany; the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods of 11 April 1980 and the regulations on conflict of laws in international private law are excluded. Place of jurisdiction for all disputes is: a) Pforzheim or Mannheim, at our discretion, insofar as the Customer is a merchant a bodycorporate organized under public law, or a special fund under public law. b) We are entitled to bring an action against the Customer at his/her place of residence. If individual provisions of these Terms and Conditions are invalid, this will not affect the validity of the remaining provisions.

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