Terms and conditions for the purchase of online courses

The following terms and conditions apply to Services provided by Lexedio Ltd, registered company number SC611747 and registered learning provider number 10086629 of Lexedio Ltd, Horizon Scotland 2 Innovation Way, The Enterprise Park, Forres, Moray IV36 2AB, also referred to here as “we” or “us”.

You may contact us via email at support@lexedio.com or by phone on 01309 676891.

When you purchase services via our website, you agree to the terms of this agreement which will bind you. If you do not agree to these terms and conditions you must not attempt to purchase those Services from us.

1. Definitions

“Course Materials” means the information provided by Lexedio Ltd to support a course whether provided in hard copy or electronic form.

“Fees” means the fees paid by you to Lexedio Ltd for Services.

“Intellectual Property Rights” means copyright, rights in or relating to databases, patents, performers’ rights, designs and registered designs, trademarks, templates, rights in or relating to confidential Information and other intellectual property rights (registered or unregistered) throughout the world.

“Online Course” means the provision of Course Materials, assessment, and support, as described on the course page on the Website.

“Services” means the provision of the Online Course and/or the Course Materials together with any additional services where agreed and purchased by you through the Website or by written agreement.

“Website” means lexedio.com and any subdomains of lexedio.com e.g. portfolio.lexedio.com.

“you” means the individual or business purchasing the Services, whether for your personal use or for the use of your employee(s).

2. The Services

2.1. A description of our Services, modes of delivery, and availability are detailed on the Website. We will provide the Services with reasonable care and skill in accordance with the description set out on the Website.

2.2. We reserve the right to vary or withdraw any of the Services described on the Website without notice.

2.3 We do not offer any guarantee to you that you will obtain a particular result, professional qualification, or employment opportunity by purchasing or completion of any of our Services.

3. Fees and payment

3.1 The Fees payable for an Online Course will be as listed on the Website at the time of purchase unless otherwise agreed in writing between You and Lexedio Ltd.

3.2 We reserve the right to change the Fees for an Online Course from those advertised on the Website or elsewhere, at our discretion, for any reason and at any time. If you have already made payment at a higher, previously advertised price, you will not be refunded the reduction. If you have already made payment at a lower, previously advertised price, you will not be liable to pay the difference.

3.3.1 The price does not include any related expenses, including professional memberships and accreditation, digital hardware, or software, unless explicitly stated.

3.3.2 You are responsible for any costs incurred in connection with your use of our Services, such as data usage fees.

3.4 All Fees are inclusive of VAT, unless otherwise stated.

3.5 Lexedio Ltd shall not be responsible for fees charged by your debit or credit card, or financial provider, in connection with your purchase from us.

3.6 Payments made online using the PayPal online payment facility are subject to the following conditions:

3.6.1 By using the PayPal facility you confirm that you are authorised to use the credit or debit card, or PayPal account for each payment;

3.6.2 By making a payment using the PayPal facility you are not breaching any laws or regulations, in infringing on the rights of third parties.

3.7 Should you choose to make payment by BACS, access to the Online Course will not be granted until such time as the payment has cleared into our bank account, or the next working day, whichever is the later.

3.8 In the event of course cancellation you will be entitled to a full refund of course Fees paid. If you have paid for additional services, that payment will be refunded to the extent only that those services have not been received.

4. Access

4.1 On purchasing the Online Course, access will be granted for a period of twelve calendar months, beginning with the date payment is received by us, or at such other date as may be agreed between you and us in writing.

4.2 If after purchasing access to the Online Course, you decide you no longer wish to participate, you must let us know in writing, as soon as possible and within fourteen (14) days of purchase. No refunds will be provided if you have progressed beyond “Module 1: Introduction”.

5. Liability

5.1 No part of our website content, services or course materials is intended to be, nor should it be interpreted as, legal or financial advice.

5.2 Services and content provided by Lexedio Ltd undergo peer review and rigorous quality assurance processes. However, we do not accept any liability for inaccurate or misleading information provided in Course Materials, mentoring and coaching sessions, or live events. We do not accept any liability for any loss or corruption of data, loss of profit or revenue, or any indirect, special or consequential loss arising from reliance on information provided through our Website, Services or Course Materials.

5.3 No claim may be brought against us more than six months after the date upon which the Services concerned have finished or ceased to be provided by us.

6. Intellectual Property

Except where otherwise stated:-

6.1 All Intellectual Property Rights in the Course Materials and content of webinars and events are, and remain, the intellectual property of Lexedio Ltd or its licensors, whether adapted, written for or customised for the requirements of our Services;

6.2 You are not authorised to:-

(i) copy, modify, reproduce, re-publish, sub-licence, sell, upload, broadcast, post, transmit or distribute any of the Course Materials without prior written permission;

(ii) record on video or audio tape, relay by videoconferencing or screencasting software, or other means, the Online Course materials or events;

(iii) use the Course Materials as part of any other training or course without prior written permission;

(iv) remove any copyright or other notice of Lexedio Ltd on the Course Materials;

(v) modify, adapt, merge, translate, disassemble, decompile, reverse engineer (save to the extent permitted by law) any software forming part of the Online Courses.

6.3 Breach by you of clause 6.2 shall allow us to immediately terminate these terms and conditions with you and cease to provide you with any Services, including but not limited to access to the Online Courses.

6.4 In consideration of the Fees paid by you, we grant to you a limited, non-transferable, non-exclusive licence to use the Course Materials and the software in respect of the Online Course for the purposes of participation in and completion of the Online Course, and your own personal use.

7. Confidentiality

7.1. Each party shall keep the other party’s Confidential Information strictly confidential and not use it otherwise than for the purposes of these terms and conditions, and shall return it on demand and not retain copies of it.

7.2. Either party may disclose Confidential Information to its legal and other advisors for the purposes of obtaining advice from them.

7.3. This clause shall continue notwithstanding termination of these terms and conditions.

7.4 Where you opt to use the forum, comments and chat services provided as part of access to the Online Course, you acknowledge that we have no liability for any other course participant obtaining, sharing, disseminating, or otherwise using any information, whether or not confidential, provided by you.

8. Termination

8.1. We shall be entitled to terminate these terms and conditions and cease to provide you with any Services with immediate effect in the event that you:

a. act in an aggressive, bullying, offensive, threatening or harassing manner towards any employee of Lexedio Ltd, any teacher or lecturer who provides or delivers any part of the Online Course or any other student who participates in the Online Course;

b. act in a way which breaches our Netiquette and Acceptable Use Policy 

c. share your username and password with any other person;

d. are in breach of these terms and conditions.

8.2. On termination clause 5 (liability), 6 (intellectual property rights), and 7 (confidentiality) shall continue notwithstanding such termination.

9. Assignment

9.1 As an individual, any Services provided by us under these terms and conditions are personal to you and cannot be transferred or assigned to any other person.

9.2 As a company purchasing these Services from us for employee use, those Services must be provided to a named individual. A change of named individual may be made within three months of the date of purchase or the date of commencement, whichever is latest, upon a request in writing and payment of an administration fee of £25.

9.3 We shall be entitled to assign these terms and conditions to any other company without prior notice to you.

10. Force Majeure

10.1 Lexedio Ltd shall not be liable to you for any breach of its obligations or termination under these terms and conditions arising from causes beyond its reasonable control, including, but not limited to, fires, floods, earthquakes, volcanoes and other Acts of God, terrorism, strikes, delay caused by transport disputes, failure to provide any aspect of an Online Course caused by a death in the trainer’s family, illness of the trainer, Government edict or regulation.

11. Data Protection

11.1 Except where stated above or otherwise stated, all personal data will be processed in accordance with our Privacy Policy https://lexedio.com/privacy-policy/

11.2 By accepting these Terms and Conditions you will be deemed to have agreed to the content of our Privacy Policy. A PDF version of our Privacy Policy is available on request.

12. Law and Jurisdiction

This Agreement is subject to Scottish Law and the parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Scottish Courts in connection with any dispute hereunder.

13. Contact /other

Email: hello@lexedio.com or write to us at Lexedio Ltd, Horizon Scotland 2 Innovation Way, The Enterprise Park, Forres, Moray, Scotland, IV36 2AB

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