Terms and Conditions
2. The contract
3. Licence to use website.
4. Acceptable use.
5. Your rights and obligations
9. Our right to cancel or amend.
10. Changes to an offer prior to acceptance
11. Changes to a programme prior to enrolment
12. Suspension of a programme prior to enrolment
13. Changes to a programme following enrolment.
14. Unforeseen disruption
15. Data protection
Central College of Homeopathy. 86a St John’s Wood High Street, London NW8 7SH
2. The contract
(a) These terms and conditions are for those applying to join The Central College of Homeopathy. By accepting an offer to study you are entering into a legally binding contract with the Central College of Homeopathy and confirm that you agree to these terms and conditions, and you should keep a copy for your own records.
3. Licence to use the website
3.1 You may:
(a) view pages from our website in a web browser;
(b) download pages from our website for caching in a web browser;
(c) print pages from our website;
(d) watch audio and video files from our website;
(e) use our website services by means of a web browser, subject to the other provisions of these terms and conditions;
(f) except as expressly permitted by Section 3.1 or the other provisions of these terms and conditions, you must not download any material from our website or save any such material to your computer
(g) you may only use our website for your own personal and business purposes, and you must not use our website for any other purposes;
(h) except as expressly permitted by these terms and conditions, you must not edit or otherwise modify any material on our website;
(i) unless you own or control the relevant rights in the material, you must not: republish material from our website (including republication on another website);
(j) sell, rent or sub-license material from our website;
( k) show any material from our website in public;
(l) exploit material from our website for a commercial purpose; or
(m) redistribute material from our website
(n) we reserve the right to restrict access to areas of our website, or indeed our whole website, at our discretion. you must not circumvent or bypass, or attempt to circumvent or bypass, any access restriction measures on our website.
4. Acceptable use
4.1 You must not:
(a) use our website in any way or take any action that causes, or may cause, damage to the website or impairment of the performance, availability or accessibility of the website;
(b) use our website in any way that is unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful, or in connection with any unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful purpose or activity;
(c) use our website to copy, store, host, transmit, send, use, publish or distribute any material which consists of (or is linked to) any spyware, computer virus, Trojan horse, worm, keystroke logger, rootkit or other malicious computer software;
(d) conduct any systematic or automated data collection activities (including without limitation scraping, data mining, data extraction and data harvesting) on or in relation to our website without our express written consent;
(e) access or otherwise interact with our website using any robot, spider or other automated means, except for the purpose of search engine indexing;
(f) violate the directives set out in the robots.txt file for our website; or use data collected from our website for any direct marketing activity (including without limitation email marketing, SMS marketing, telemarketing, and direct mailing);
(g) you must not use data collected from our website to contact individuals, companies or other persons or entities; (h) you must ensure that all the information you supply to us through our website, or in relation to our website, is true, accurate, current, complete, and non-misleading.
5. Your rights and obligations
5.1 In agreeing to these terms and conditions you are also agreeing to familiarise yourself with and adhere to all the College’s regulations, policies, procedures, and rules.
5.2 As an applicant you are required to adhere to the College’s Admissions Policy when providing information. Failure to do so may result in your application being rejected.
5.3 On receiving an offer you are required to adhere to the specific requirements of the offer letter for the course for which you have applied.
5.4 Once enrolled, you may be subject to disciplinary action and the College is entitled to terminate your enrolment if you fail to adhere to the full range of policies, procedures and rules set out at the end of this document.
5.5 The College will, for the duration of your enrolment on the course, provide services in accordance with the published course information, policies and regulations. The details of the standard course duration, including the month when studies commence, are provided in your offer letter.
6. Documentation required
6.1 In accepting an offer, you confirm that you have provided accurate details.
7.1 Your re-enrolment for Part 2 diploma is subject to satisfactory academic progress on your course.
7.2 Tuition fees are due at enrolment.
8.1 In accepting an offer you confirm that you are aware of the fees and charges relating to your course of study, as per the published information.
8.2 You understand that fees are quoted for the current year only and may vary slightly from one year to the next.
8.3 Any RPI inflation rate linked increase will only take place prior to enrolment each year.
8.4 In addition to the listed tuition fee you may be required to pay some additional costs related to your course. Additional costs include course materials and miscellaneous expenses.
8.5 Where fees are payable directly to the College, you will be personally liable to pay any fees and charges that are due.
8.6 Any changes to fees will be clearly communicated to you in advance by the College. Please see below: Fee Liability and Cancellation.
9. Changes to an Offer Prior to Acceptance
9.1 The College reserves the right to make changes to an offer at any time before it has been accepted.
9.2 If the College is required to change any aspect of the offer before the point of acceptance, the College will inform you in writing at the earliest possible point, providing full details of what has changed and why the change was made, to minimise any potential disruption. As an applicant you have the option to accept or reject the amended offer.
10. Changes to a Programme Prior to Enrolment
10.1 The College may be required to make changes to a course after you have accepted an offer, prior to enrolment, for the following reasons:
a) To comply with the changing needs of external bodies. These include Professional, Statutory and Regulatory and accreditation bodies.
b) To comply with any change in law.
c) To improve course quality in response to student feedback.
d) To improve course quality in response to external examiner feedback. e) To ensure the course content remains relevant and up to date (this may include changes to the modules offered)
10.2 Where a change is necessary, full details of what has changed will be provided to you at the earliest opportunity. Communication of changes will include details of what elements have changed and how this will affect you.
11. Suspension of a Programme Prior to Enrolment
11.1 The College reserves the right to suspend (not run) a Programme prior to enrolment, including where you have been made, and accepted an offer, in the following circumstances:
a) Due to withdrawal of relevant accreditation.
b) To address serious concerns with student experience.
c) In response to changing requirements within the subject discipline and any subsequent issues of inadequate resources.
d) Insufficient numbers of suitable applicants and acceptances which would have a negative impact on student experience.
11.2 Notification of all decisions to suspend a programme will be sent by email to offer holders at the earliest possible point, providing details of why the decision was made, how it will affect the offer holder and giving details of all available options.
11.3 Should the College take the decision to suspend a programme prior to enrolment, all offer holders will be given the option to:
a) defer their offer until the next available intake. b) withdraw from the offer without penalty. In all circumstances the College will use reasonable endeavours to provide assistance to minimise any disruption.
12. Changes to a Programme Following Enrolment
12.1 All efforts are made to limit changes to courses once a student has enrolled. However, the College reserves the right to make changes as per paragraph 12.1 (above).
12.2 Where changes are necessary you will receive clear communication and consultation to explain why the change is required, how it will affect you, and what mitigations have put in place to minimise disruption.
12.3 In the unlikely event the College makes any substantial and material changes to your course you may terminate the contract without penalty. In practice this means either switching courses or withdrawing from the College and seeking a new education provider. In either instance the College will provide full assistance with the process. Substantial and material changes include:
1. Change of location
2. Change of core modules
3. Extensive change to assessment and learning outcomes.
4. Change to overall course aims.
5. Change to mode of study.
13. Unforeseen Disruption
13.1 The College will always endeavour to remain open and functioning as normal to the best of its ability. In certain unforeseen circumstances, the College may be forced to suspend the delivery of some or all of its services and courses – e.g. in response to health and safety concerns.
13.2 In circumstances where such a closure or disruption is due to events or those outside of the College’s control, e.g. events which pose a threat to public or national health or safety, acts or threats of terrorism or war, extreme weather events, natural disasters, large scale public disturbances or mass action (non-College related), the College cannot be held legally responsible or contractually liable to its staff and students for any resulting consequences. 14.3 Where at all possible, the College will take all reasonable steps necessary to minimise the disruption to its staff and students. However, given that the safety of the College’s staff and students will always be its primary concern, this may not always be possible.
14. Data Protection
14.1 Under the Data Protection Act 2018 (“DPA”) you have the right to check the information the College hold about you.
14.2 Requests for personal data can be made in the form of a Subject Access Request.
14.3 The College complies with the DPA in its use of student data. By completing enrolment, you give permission for your information to form the basis of your student record and graduate record.
14.4 You understand that by enrolling with the College, from time to time you will receive communications about other The Central College of Homeopathy and Homeopathy courses, services, and products. If you wish to opt-out of these communications, you will be able to do so by notifying.
15.1 All videos/audios created by Central College of Homeopathy have copyright protection and cannot be downloaded in any form.