Terms and Conditions of Booking (the “Terms”)
- Service Provider
1.1 The courses are provided by National School of Make-Up Limited (hereinafter referred to as “The Central School of Makeup, “we” or “us”), a company incorporated in England and Wales with company number 12197826 Our registered office is c/o Burrows Scarborough, Sovereign House, 12-14 Warwick Street, Earlsdon, Coventry, CV5 6ET
1.2. Subject to clauses 7, 8 and 24, we will use our reasonable endeavours to provide the courses advertised on our website.
1.3. We will provide the courses using reasonable care and skill.
1.4. We may appoint independent sub-contractors to run or assist on our courses or use third parties to arrange or supply certain aspects of our courses. You agree that our obligation to you is to use reasonable care in selecting competent, independent sub-contractors and third party suppliers to provide reasonable services related to the course. You agree that The Central School of Makeup is not responsible for the actions or omissions of such sub-contractors or third party suppliers.
- Booking and confirmation
2.1. If you are making a booking request for and on behalf of any other person, you represent that you are:
(a) the parent or legal guardian of such person if they are a minor; or
(b) a duly authorised agent of such person.
2.2. If you are purchasing a course as a gift, you agree that you will provide the recipient with a copy of these Terms and notify them that by attending the course they will be deemed to have agreed to abide by these Terms.
2.3. To submit a booking request, you must complete the booking form and pay the amount specified. You must ensure that all information provided in the booking form is complete and accurate. If we accept your booking request and deposit, we will e-mail (or otherwise issue) an Enrolment Letter to you and confirm the date the balance, if any, is due. Any outstanding balance must be paid by the due date specified in the Enrolment Letter. If you haven’t received an Enrolment Letter from us within 7 days of making your booking request, then please contact us at email@example.com
2.4. By submitting a booking request, you agree to be bound by these Terms.
2.5. A booking request constitutes an offer by you to purchase a course in accordance with these Terms. Once your booking request is accepted by us (by the issuance of an Enrolment Letter), a separate legally binding contract will come into existence (comprising these Terms, Centre Policy Guidelines, your booking form and the Contract of Enrolment) between us and each person named on the booking form (other than a minor, in which case the contract will be between you and us) (each, a “Contract”), provided, however, that you will remain liable for all payments due. The date on the Enrolment Letter is the date of such Contract.
2.6. These Terms, together with Centre Policy Guidelines, your booking form and the Contract of Enrolment constitute the entire agreement between us. You acknowledge that you have not relied on any statement, promise or representation made or given by us or on our behalf which is not set out in such Contract.
2.7. You must check the details on the Enrolment Letter when you receive it. If there are any errors, please contact us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org
2.8. We reserve the right, in our sole and absolute discretion and without the need to give reason, to refuse to accept a booking request. In such circumstances no contract will arise and we will return any payment accompanying your booking request.
2.9. Before a Contract comes into existence between you and us, we reserve the right to increase or decrease the advertised price for a course and/or to amend any of the information contained in the course description.
3.1. All course fees are payable in Pounds Sterling (“Sterling”). The prices quoted are inclusive of VAT.
3.2. Unless otherwise specified in respect of a particular course the fees payable with your booking request are as follows:
(a) for a UK course that is due to commence:
(i) in 14 days or less from the date of your booking request, 100% of the course fee; or
(ii) more than 14 days from the date of your booking request, a deposit of 20% of the course fee; or
(b) for a non-UK course that is due to commence:
(i) in 90 days or less from the date of your booking request, 100% of the course fee; or
(ii) more than 90 days from the date of your booking request, 20% of the course fee.
3.3. The balance of the course fee, if any, must be paid by the date specified in the Enrolment Letter.
3.4. If you do not pay any balance in full by the due date, your booking will be deemed cancelled and you will forfeit your deposit.
3.5. Payment will be accepted by:
(a) Maestro, Visa Electron, Visa debit and Solo debit cards or Visa/MasterCard credit cards, which can be used to make a booking on-line or by telephone; or
(b) bank transfer, which will need to be arranged directly with us over the telephone (please see the contact page for contact details at https://www.centralschoolofmakeup.co.uk/pages/contact) or by e-mail at email@example.com.
3.6 All fees quoted attract and are including VAT (UK Government Tax) at the current rate. All fees must be received by the School without deduction, therefore any overseas/UK bank charges will automatically be added to the final balance payable. Educational courses are not exempt from VAT, nor can VAT be claimed back by overseas students.
- Price changes
4.1. If our costs of running a course increase for reasons beyond our reasonable control (including, without limitation, an increase in taxes, duties or fees by a government, other governmental action or an increase in the cost of transport, labour or materials) we reserve the right to increase the course fee. Any such increase in the course fee will be notified to you as soon as reasonably practicable. If the course fee is increased by 10% or more, you will be entitled to cancel your booking and obtain a full refund of all monies paid to us. Otherwise, you will be required to pay such additional amount on the same terms as your original payment.
4.2. We pay our suppliers for the services associated with a non-UK course in a currency other than Sterling. Prices listed for courses on our website are based upon an exchange rate which is calculated at the time of advertising the courses. If requested, we will be pleased to advise the exchange rates upon which we base the course fee at the time of booking. Exchange rates are continually fluctuating. We will endeavour to absorb the effect of any minor variation in the value of local currency. However, if the value of the exchange rate varies considerably beyond the levels we have used, we reserve the right to levy a surcharge on the course price. You will be required to pay such additional amount on the same terms as your original payment. If we levy a surcharge in excess of 10%, you will be entitled to cancel your booking and obtain a refund of monies paid to us, provided that the cancellation is made within 7 days of us notifying you of the surcharge.
4.3. Our booking system is supplied by a third party supplier. Whilst we endeavour to ensure that the most up-to-date and correct prices are shown on our website and within the booking system, there is the possibility of an inconsistent price between the two. Once we become aware of any such inconsistency, we will act promptly to rectify the inconsistency and we will endeavour to notify you as soon as reasonably possible. We reserve the right to cancel a booking made at an incorrect price under such circumstances and you will be given the choice of amending your booking to a course at the correct price or obtaining a full refund of monies paid to us.
4.4. We will not be liable to pay any compensation or incidental costs or expenses that you may incur as a result of such cancellation or for any other loss or damage howsoever caused arising out of such cancellation. We recommend that you take out appropriate insurance, which includes cover against such cancellation.
4.5 All courses and fees are subject to change without prior notice.
5.1. Each course is subject to a minimum number of participants for its operation and is subject to cancellation at short notice if there is an insufficient number of participants. If a course is cancelled because of an insufficient number of participants, you will have the option of booking an alternative course with us or receiving a full refund of monies paid to us. We will not be liable to pay any compensation or incidental costs or expenses that you may incur as a result of such cancellation or for any other loss or damage howsoever caused arising out of such cancellation. We recommend that you take out appropriate insurance, which includes cover against such cancellation.
5.2. The course description will specify whether the course is subject to a maximum number of participants. Once the maximum number of participants has been reached, no more booking requests can be made.
5.3. All students will be working on each other (other than 9 Week Evening Course – see 5.4). If you have problematic skin, or cannot be worked on for any other reason, you will be required to bring a model to replace yourself.
5.4. 9 Week Evening course students will be required to bring a model each week from week 3.
- Cancellation by you
6.1. Any cancellation must be notified in writing by the person who made the booking to firstname.lastname@example.org
6.2. If you cancel your course the following cancellation charges will arise:
(a) for a UK course cancelled:
(i) 21 days or less before the course is due to commence, 100% of the course fee; or
(ii) more than 21 days before the course is due to commence, the full amount of your deposit or 20% of the course fee (as applicable); and
(b) for a non-UK course:
(i) 90 days or less before the course is due to commence, 100% of the course fee; or
(ii) more than 90 days before the course is due to commence, the full amount of your deposit or 20% of the course fee (as applicable).
6.3. Failure to attend on a course will be deemed a cancellation and you will forfeit 100% of the course fee.
6.4. You acknowledge and agree that it is reasonable for such a cancellation charge to arise given the requirement for us to make preparations and payments for a course substantially in advance of the commencement of the course.
6.5. We appreciate that wholly unforeseen events may result in your cancellation of a course booking. We therefore recommend that you take out appropriate insurance, which includes cover against such cancellation.
6.6. If you leave a course prior to its completion, you will forfeit all sums paid to us.
6.7. If transferring to a later start date, a £50.00 transfer fee will be payable at the time of transfer, providing more than 21 days remain to the original course start date.
6.8 In line with UK distance selling regulations you have the right to cancel this course within 14 days of its purchase, the refund to you will be the amount paid at point of purchase.
- Cancellation by Us
7.1. We reserve the right, in our sole and absolute discretion, to cancel a course or all or any bookings prior to the commencement of a course for any reason whatsoever at short notice (including, without limitation, if the minimum number of participants required for a course is not fulfilled). In these unusual circumstances, all monies paid to us will be repaid in full.
7.2. A course may also be cancelled either before or after its commencement for reasons of Force Majeure (as defined in Term 25 below).
7.3. We will not be liable to pay any compensation or incidental costs or expenses that you may incur as a result of such cancellation or for any other loss or damage howsoever caused arising out of such cancellation. We recommend that you take out appropriate insurance, which includes cover against such cancellation.
- Changes by Us
8.1. A course description constitutes only an indication of what the course is planned to accomplish. The course description does not form part of the Contract between you and us. Although we will use our reasonable endeavours to provide a course as described, the nature of the courses we offer necessitate a degree of flexibility and you accept that any aspect of a course (including, without limitation, the content, location or order) may be affected by and/or altered due to circumstances beyond our control or in the interests of the participants. You accept that delays and alterations and their results, such as inconvenience and discomfort, are possible. Such delays and alterations and their results are in themselves great learning experiences and will help equip you for your future endeavours in the industry.
8.2. Any additional expenses due to alterations shall be borne by each participant.
8.3. We will not be liable to pay any compensation or incidental costs or expenses that you may incur as a result of any alterations to your course or for any other loss or damage howsoever caused arising out of such alterations. We recommend that you take out appropriate insurance, which includes cover against such costs, expenses, losses or damage.
9.1. You are required to obtain insurance against medical and personal accident risks. This must be for the activities undertaken, be valid for the country (and area) you are visiting and include medical expenses, repatriation costs, air ambulance and helicopter rescue services. We also recommend that you are insured against cancellation, curtailment and the loss of, damage to or theft of your baggage and other personal belongings.
9.2. It is your sole responsibility to ensure that the insurance cover you purchase is adequate and sufficient to meet your requirements and you will be required to confirm this at the time of booking. It is also your sole responsibility to disclose any material facts such as pre-existing medical conditions to your insurers.
- Flights, Passports, Visas and Vaccinations
10.1. Where relevant, flights, passports, visas and vaccinations are entirely your responsibility and must be arranged prior to your course.
10.2. We take no responsibility for your cancellation of your course if you are not allowed to fly, enter a country or begin or continue your course because of issues relating to passports, visas, vaccinations or any other reason.
- Age, Health and Language
11.1. Generally, our courses require you to be in good physical and mental health and, by attending the course you confirm that you are physically capable of participating in the course and that you are in good health with no medical history that would make it dangerous (for you or others) for you to participate. Some courses may have specific requirements as more fully described in the relevant course description on our website.
11.2. If you have a special medical requirement or health condition, you must inform us prior to the commencement of your course.
11.3. For the health and safety of all participants, it is your responsibility to have sufficient fluency in English to understand safety instructions which will be given in English.
11.4. If in the sole opinion of the course leader:
(a) you are unable to keep up with or participate in the course or your health or fitness may compromise your safety or the safety of others on the course; or
(b) there is a problem of effectively communicating with you and this is causing a danger to you and/or others on the course you may, in the absolute discretion of the course leader, be removed from the course (and, if necessary, this may be against your will). In such circumstances, you will not be entitled to a refund of monies and we will not be liable to pay any compensation or incidental costs or expenses that you may incur as a result of such removal or for any other loss or damage howsoever caused arising out of your removal. You will, on demand, reimburse us for our reasonable costs of effecting your removal.
11.4 The Central School of Make-up is a mature training environment and therefore we cannot accept students under the age of 17 years. Unfortunately, we cannot make exceptions to this policy.
- Your Equipment
12.1. You are responsible for bringing the appropriate clothing, baggage and equipment to a course, guidance of which will be sent to you after your booking has been confirmed.
12.2. Any information provided by us on such matters as clothing, baggage and special equipment is given in good faith but without responsibility on the part of The Central School of Makeup.
12.3. If, in the sole opinion of the course leader, your clothing and/or equipment is deemed unsafe, you may be required to rent or purchase suitable equipment (if available) to continue the course and you may not be able to participate in the course until such items have been procured. In such circumstances, you will not be entitled to a refund of monies for any part of a course missed and we will not be liable to pay any compensation or incidental costs or expenses that you may incur as a result of such disruption to your course or for any other loss or damage howsoever caused.
12.4. You will, on demand, reimburse us for our reasonable costs or losses in maintaining your safety as a result of unsafe clothing and/or equipment.
12.5. All luggage and personal equipment are, at all times, at your own risk. We will not be responsible whatsoever for any loss or damage to your luggage and/or personal equipment.
- Use of Equipment and Premises
13.1. You must use all reasonable care in the use of:
(a) any of our property and equipment;
(b) property and equipment provided by our suppliers; and
(c) the premises used during the course;
and you must comply with all reasonable instructions from our course leaders and their assistants in relation to its use.
13.2. We reserve the right to charge you for the cost of replacement or repair of items of property or equipment lost or damaged by you during a course. If any property or equipment is damaged by you during a course, we also reserve the right to charge you for the cost of reinstating the property or equipment to the condition it was in before you damaged it.
13.3 It is regretted that due to the possibility of copyright infringement, the use of video cameras are not permitted. Audio teaching equipment may however be permitted under special arrangement.
- Your conduct
14.1. Specific course rules will be explained to you at appropriate times during the conduct of a course. You must observe these rules and the reasonable instructions of our course tutors and their assistants at all times.
14.2. You must conduct yourself in a reasonable manner at all times and maintain standards of conduct which are consistent with the aims of the course.
14.3. If, in the sole opinion of the course tutor, your behaviour is deemed unsafe or unacceptable for whatever reason, you will, in the absolute discretion of our course leader be removed from the course (and, if necessary, this may be against your will). Circumstances in which this may occur include, without limitation, your intoxication; use of non-prescription drugs; disorderly, abusive or dangerous behaviour; intentional damage to property and failure of control over minors. In such circumstances, you will not be entitled to a refund of monies and we will not be liable to pay any compensation or incidental costs or expenses that you may incur as a result of such removal or for any other loss or damage howsoever caused arising out of your removal.
14.4. You will, on demand, reimburse us for our reasonable costs of effecting your removal.
- Subsequent instruction
15.1. Unless otherwise stated in the course description, participation on one of our courses does not qualify you to subsequently conduct training courses of a similar nature and we do not condone or certify you to instruct anything for which you have received instruction from The Central School of Makeup.
- Hours, Attendance and Achievement
16.1. Students are required to attend on the first day of their course or module at the time stated on their confirmation letter, failure to attend on the first day of your course or module will preclude you from attending any further part of that course or module and you will not be entitled to a refund or any monies paid or offered an alternative start date or course.
16.2. In particular, you acknowledge and accept that:
(a) For assessment based courses, you must have a minimum of 80% attendance for teaching in the classroom for each subject module. Failure to meet this requirement will result in your expulsion from the School;
(b) Classes will commence promptly at the published times irrespective of whether all students are present. Classes will not be delayed to wait for latecomers and Lecturers are not responsible for repeating work missed. Latecomers may be required to wait until a suitable break in teaching before entering a class. Class hours can be varied at the discretion of the Creative Director without prior notice;
(c) The School will be closed on all UK public holidays, if a public holiday falls during your course, no extra days will be added to your course nor reduction in fees given;
(d) Paying for and/or attending a course fully does not guarantee a qualification, diploma or certificate of achievement. Awards of achievement are gained by the successful fulfilment of the criteria set out by the various awarding bodies. The decision of the Creative Director is final in all cases;
(e) Time off for official religious holidays, booked holidays, planned weddings, medical appointments etc. must be discussed and agreed before application. We recommend that all absence be avoided where possible.
16.3 We recommend that you find out as much as possible about a course before enrolling. This may be achieved by reviewing our web site, attending our Open Days and/or communicating with our Creative Artistry Department (by telephone, email or letter), or by having an informal interview. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have received satisfactory information.
16.4 All of the courses are of a continuous nature, no allowance for lateness or absenteeism will be made except with prior consent by the Creative Director who also reserves the right to dismiss any student giving justifiable cause for such action. His/her discretion in all such matters will be deemed as final.
16.5 It is not the responsibility of the School or individual Lecturers to provide additional teaching hours for students to 'catch up' on education missed due to lateness or absenteeism for whatever reason.
16.6 Students unable to understand or speak English will not be permitted to take part in practical sessions without the assistance of a suitably qualified interpreter. The interpreter must be arranged and at the expense of the student and with the prior agreement of the Creative Director.
16.7 Students failing to complete their assessments, variations, ranges, etc. during the term of their course will be charged by the hour for any further teaching, supervision, assessing they require. These sessions will be arranged at the convenience of the School and after authorisation from the Creative Director. Check with the Creative Artistry Department for current rates.
- Non-UK courses
17.1. For each non-UK course we may appoint independent sub-contractors to run or assist on your course or use third parties to arrange certain aspects of your course (including, without limitation, arranging local transport including four-wheel drive vehicles, coaches, trains, buses, water craft, helicopters or aeroplanes, meals and accommodation). You agree that our obligation to you is to use reasonable care in selecting competent, independent sub-contractors and third party suppliers to provide reasonable services related to the course. You agree that The Central School of Makeup is not responsible for the actions or omissions of such sub-contractors or third party suppliers.
17.2. You acknowledge that safety standards in other countries, particularly less well developed countries, may not be the same as in the UK.
17.3. You acknowledge that you are responsible to make yourself aware through Foreign & Commonwealth Office advice, State Department warnings and any other sources available to you in regard to the safety of the countries and areas in which you will be travelling and to make your own decisions accordingly.
17.4. It is your responsibility to be adequately insured for travel to the country and areas in which you will be travelling.
18.1. We do not provide accommodation services.
19.1. Save as otherwise required by law, participants take part in courses at their own risk.
- Independent Travel Arrangements
20.1. We will not be responsible or liable for your actions or your safety for any independent travel you undertake before, during (if you choose or are forced to leave) or after the course.
21.2 Course Date Changes
21.3. Should you wish to change the date of your course you may do so if you give us:
(a) more than 21 days notice prior to the course start date for UK courses or
(b) more than 30 days notice prior to the course start date for non-UK courses,
provided that there is space available on the course on the date you wish to change to.
21.4. Any such change will be subject to an administration fee of £25.
- If You Have A Complaint
22.1. If you have a complaint during your course you must bring it to the attention of your course tutor at the earliest appropriate opportunity in order that remedial action may, if appropriate, be taken. You expressly acknowledge that it is unreasonable to take no action during the course but to complain later. Any outstanding complaint not resolved during the course must be notified to us in writing within 30 days of the scheduled end of the course. To the extent permitted by law, we will not be liable in respect of any claims/complaints raised later than 30 days from the end of the relevant course.
- Overseas Students
23.1. Students from certain non EU countries will require a study visa covering the duration of their course. You may need proof of enrolment/payment for your course. We can only write a letter once you have paid a minimum of 50% of your course fees. Please note no refunds are given in the event of declined visas or cancelled/delayed/missed travel arrangements.
23.2 Students making arrangements for payment of course fees through overseas banks must ensure that either the fees, or proof of payment from their bank, accompanies their application form. We advise students to mark request to their banks for foreign exchange as 'Priority', being of an educational nature.
23.3 It is vitally important that the remitting bank quotes the full name of the attending student on the details of payment. All bank charges must be prepared in order that The Central School of Make-up receives the amount in full.
23.4 When paying fees by a direct debit transfer of credit, you must send an application form by mail to the School in advance. State the amount of the transfer clearly on the application form along with the bank details and /or reference number.
- Exclusions and Limitations of Our Liability
24.1. Nothing in these Terms shall limit or exclude our liability for:
(a) death or personal injury caused by our negligence; or
(b) fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; or
(c) any breach of the obligations implied by section 12 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 or section 2 of the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982; or
(d) losses for which it is prohibited by section 7 of the Consumer Protection Act 1987 to limit liability; or
(e) any other matter for which it would be illegal or unlawful for us to exclude or attempt to exclude our liability.
24.2. Subject to clause 24.1:
(a) we shall not be liable to you, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, for any loss of profit, or any indirect or consequential loss arising out of or in connection with the provision of, or failure to provide, a course; and
(b) our total liability to you in respect of all other losses arising out of or in connection with the provision of, or failure to provide, a course whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, shall not exceed the price paid by you for the course.
24.3. Except as set out in these Terms, all warranties, conditions and other terms implied by statue or common law are, to the fullest extent permitted by law, excluded from these Terms.
24.4. This clause 24 shall survive termination of any Contract and the completion of any course.
- Force Majeure
25.1. For the purposes of these Terms, a Force Majeure Event includes any act, event, non-occurrence, omission or accident beyond our reasonable control and includes, without limitation, the following:
(a) strikes, lock-outs, boycott or other industrial action (whether involving our workforce or any other party);
(b) civil commotion, riot, invasion, terrorist attack or threat of terrorist attack, war (whether declared or not) or threat or preparation for war;
(c) act of God (including, without limitation, fire, tempest, storm, flood, earthquake, subsidence, epidemic, or other natural disaster);
(d) failure in the provision of any utility, including power, gas, water, or communication services;
(e) malicious damage or sabotage;
(f) compliance with any law or governmental order, rule, regulation, sanction, embargo or direction;
(g) breakdown, cancellation or failure of machinery or transportation (including, without limitation railways, shipping, aircraft, motor transport or other means of public or private transport); or
(h) default of suppliers or subcontractors.
25.2. We will not be liable to you as a result of any delay or failure to perform our obligations under these Terms as a result of a Force Majeure Event.
25.3. If the Force Majeure Event prevents us from commencing or completing the course as planned we shall, without limiting our other rights or remedies, in the sole discretion of the course tutor either (i) seek an alternative means of meeting the course objectives in the time available, provided the course tutor determines that it is reasonable and safe to do so (including, without limitation, achieving the objectives of the course at a different location or by following a different itinerary or route); or (ii) cancel the course immediately.
- Variation of Terms
26.1. These Terms may be varied at any time, without notice. You will be subject to the Terms in force at the time that you make a booking request, unless any change to the Terms is required by law or government or regulatory authority in which case, the revised Terms shall apply to any booking you have previously made.
26.2. Before you enter into a Contract with us, we reserve the right to amend any of the courses services and/or prices described on our website.
- Data Protection Policy
- Severability of Terms
28.1. If any particular term or condition shall be held void or unenforceable in whole or part by any court or other competent authority, the remaining terms and conditions, and the remainder of the term or condition affected, shall remain in full force and effect.
- Construction of Certain References
29.1. In these Terms, the following rules apply:
(a) a person includes a natural person, corporate or unincorporated body (whether or not having separate legal personality);
(b) a reference to a person includes its personal representatives, successors or permitted assigns;
(c) a reference to a statute or statutory provision (i) is a reference to such statute or statutory provision as amended or re-enacted from time to time and (ii) includes any subordinate legislation made under that statue or statutory provision, as amended or re-enacted from time to time;
(d) any phrase introduced by the terms including, include, in particular or any similar expression, shall be construed as illustrative and shall not limit the sense of the words preceding those terms; and
(e) a reference to writing or written includes e-mails.
- Governing Law and Jurisdiction
These Terms and each Contract and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them (including non-contractual disputes or claims) shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales and each party agrees to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
The Central School of Makeup
The Central School of Makeup Limited is a company incorporated in England and Wales with company number 8744775. Our registered office is c/o Daw White Murrall, 1 George Street, Wolverhampton, WV2 4DG.