Solvent Selection and Substitution Online CPD course
Terms and Conditions
- The course must be completed within eight weeks of registration and payment.
- No refunds will be provided for cancellations.
- In the event of the Corporate Training Unit permanently withdrawing the online course during the eight week period a full refund will be given, but the University of York will not accept responsibility for any additional costs incurred by the delegate.
- Registration on the course is non-transferrable and log-in details are restricted for use by the individual registered on the course.
- Under exceptional circumstances, if the course cannot be completed within the eight week period, an extension may be applied for at a cost of £20.00. An extension may only be applied for once and will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
- All payments must be received before commencing the training course.
- Where discounts are available for a course, it is the delegate’s responsibility to declare that they are eligible for a discount before booking and where necessary to prove their eligibility – failure to do so will lead to full course fees being charged.
- The University of York cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions in the content of this course and accept no liability whatsoever for any loss or damage howsoever arising.
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- The copyright for the content of the course, including but not limited to text, quiz and video content, belongs to the University of York. The content may not be shared or reproduced under any circumstance.
- A certificate will be issued to participants upon completion of the course only after feedback has been supplied.
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