Course Fees Terms
Fees must be paid in full prior to the start date of your course. A non-
Some courses involve additional costs for materials. Please read course information on website or booking forms for details.
Please check whether a place is available before making a payment, you will be sent a booking form if there is availability. Your place will be secured when payment is received, but please be aware that payments delayed for more than 7 days after a booking form is sent maybe offered to someone else.
Courses are increasingly popular so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Course fees are based on reaching the minimum number of attendees and may be cancelled if bookings do not reach this number.
If for any reason your course has to be cancelled by myself (Mary Ashton) a full refund of paid fee will be given. I will aim to give a minimum of 7 days’ notice prior to any course or session cancellation, although this may not be possible for circumstances out of my control, such as illness.
If you cancel earlier than 28 days before the start date of your course you will receive a refund minus a 10% admin fee. If you cancel 28 days, or less before the start date of your course, or after your course has started, a refund will not be given.
In the event that a session has to be cancelled for reasons beyond my control you will either be offered an alternative date and time to make up that session, or receive a full refund for the session missed.
If for any reason you have to miss a session, it is not possible to offer you a refund or an alternative session.
The General Data Protection Regulation, also known as GDPR, is a new UK data privacy law which was introduced on the 25th May 2018. Its aim is to give everyone more control over how their data is used, and ensures that organisations protect personal data better.
WHAT PERSONAL DATA IS USED FOR
Personal Data is only collected through business enquiries. It has been either given/sent to me directly, or through Orchard Workshop on-
Data held is used to:
Manage your course bookings and inform you about future course possibilities, and to manage any other business enquiry.
Give you up to date and/or useful information about any business undertaken or your course (such as cancelation due to tutor illness, any other changes)
Inform you about anything that may be relevant to your course (such as emailing course handouts, informing you about events such as wood shows that may interest you).
Emergency contact details i.e. name and contact no. of someone you would like me to contact in the event of an emergency, are solely used for that purpose.
Your privacy is very important to me. Your data will not be shared with any third party, unless expressly and specifically authorised by you.
PERSONAL DATA HELD
Name, postal address, telephone number/s, email address, emergency contact details name and details of someone you would like me to contact in the event of an emergency.
I may hold some or all of the above data based on information supplied.
HOW PERSONAL DATA IS STORED
Name, phone no. for yourself and emergency contacts no. are printed and kept in each course register file. These are destroyed at the end of each course (always burnt not recycled).
Course safety declaration forms are destroyed annually, at the end of the summer term or earlier if course attendance ceases.
Course databases are saved on encrypted devices, and accessible through the use of passwords known to myself only.
Orchard Workshop has agreed to delete any data they hold relating to my students and therefore will no longer have access to any of my Woodturning, or other course students data, unless attendees also participate in other Orchard Workshop courses.
All website email enquiries will now be directed only to my email address.
If you no longer wish to be contacted about my services, please send me an ‘OPT OUT’ email to firstname.lastname@example.org You may also ‘Opt Out’ verbally.
Please note your personal data will be deleted from my files after a period of 6 months if you are not actively involved in current business correspondence with me or taking part in any current courses.
Everyone has the right to complain to the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) if they believe their data has been mishandled.