Changes to Course Content/ Venue
BOC reserves the right to make changes to the published course at any time where it improves the specification or content to the benefit of the client without supplying notice to the client. Should it become necessary to relocate the workshop, BOC reserves the right to make this change and notify the client as soon as the change is known.
BOC will use all reasonable endeavours to avoid changes of this nature but reserves the right to cancel and reschedule the course when this is unavoidable. In this event, BOC will offer the client an alternative date or refund of all monies paid subject to undamaged / unmarked return of all pre-course material. Where this is not possible BOC will retain monies to cover the cost of such pre-course material.
Warranty and Liability
The Client accepts that it is their responsibility to ensure that the course is suitable for the delegate(s) and that the delegate(s) has/have the necessary competence to achieve the objectives of the course. BOC’s liability for loss and damage shall be limited to a claim for damages. The maximum aggregate liability will be the charges for the course out of which the loss or damage has arisen. BOC will not be liable for indirect, special or consequential loss (including loss of anticipated profit or data), however arising, even if it has been advised of such potential loss.
The copyright and all other intellectual rights in all course materials shall remain the sole and exclusive property of BOC or, in the case of a course developed by a partner, the partner organisation. The client undertakes that it will not copy, or permit to be copied; such course material nor disclose or permit disclosure, sell or hire the same to third parties, nor use the same to run the client’s own courses.
BOC shall not be liable for failure to supply any service under the Agreement or product due to a cause beyond its reasonable control.
This Agreement and any other agreement of which it forms part shall be construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of England and the English Courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction.