2. APPLICATION AND ACCEPTANCE
3. CONDITIONS OF ACCEPTANCE AND REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
4. COST OF FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME
6. CANCELLATION BY YOU
7. AMENDMENT AND CANCELLATION BY LRTT
8. CONDUCT OF THE PROGRAMME
9. ACCURACY OF INFORMATION
10. YOUR UNDERSTANDINGS AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK
12. DATA PROTECTION
13. PHOTOGRAPHS AND VIDEOS
14. GENERAL MATTERS
The entirety of these Terms and Conditions apply where you have booked a Fellowship Programme which consists of the teaching internship in your country of choice. They apply to bookings made via our website, our brochures or via telephone and which are made with us whether directly or through agents appointed on our behalf.
All Notices required under this Terms and Conditions, or any other correspondence should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to Limited Resource Teacher Training Ltd, 8 Burnt Close, Grantchester, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB3 9NJ.
References in these Terms to “us”, “we”, “our” and / or “LRTT” shall mean and include LRTT Ltd and Inspiring Futures. References in these Terms to “you”, “Fellow” and/or “Applicant” refers to all persons named in your application form.
1.1. “Applicant” means the person who is participating in the Programme, pursuant to these Terms and Conditions. Once successful, the Applicant becomes a Fellow following the process set out in clause 2.2 below.
1.2 “Additional Excursions” means any optional trip or activity organised by LRTT and offered to the Fellow for an additional cost to the base cost of the Fellowship Programme.
1.3. “Booking Confirmation” gives rise to the ‘contract’ between LRTT and the Fellow.
1.4. “Conditions” means the information and terms and conditions contained in these Terms and Conditions
1.5. “Departure Date” means the date on which the Group departs to the Fellowship Country from the agreed point of departure.
1.6 “Due Date” means the day that is sixty (60) days prior to the Departure Date when the full balance of the Price must be paid to LRTT.
1.7. “Deposit” means the amount payable to LRTT to confirm the booking of a place on a Programme. The Deposit in all cases is non-refundable.
1.8. “Direct Debit” means a method of payment whereby an agreement is made between the Customer and their bank. For non GBP Sterling accounts, this method of payment shall be by Standing Order instead.
1.9. “Group” means the set of Fellows participating in the Programme.
1.10. “Team Leader” means the person or persons appointed by LRTT to lead the Programme.
1.11. “Major Change” includes, but is not limited to, a significant change in the itinerary, destination, the cost, or the length of the Programme.
1.12. “Price” means the amount payable by the Fellow to LRTT for the Programme or where used in relation to an Additional Excursion the amount payable for such Additional Excursion.
1.13. “Fellowship Programme” or “Programme” means the skills transfer-based Fellow programme provided by LRTT, including the planning, preparation, training and Excursions.
1.14. “Successful Application” means a confirmation of acceptance onto a programme, an outline of the key details of your Fellowship and gives a clear balance due and the date(s) by which further payment(s) must be made to meet the balance. We state clearly in this the items included in the Price of your Programme.
1.15. “Terms and Conditions” means the information contained in these Terms and Conditions.
1.16. “Fellow” means someone who has been accepted onto an LRTT Programme and has paid the Programme deposit.
1.17. “Fellowship Country” is the country, other than the UK, where the Programme takes place.
1.18 ”Videos” means any moving images, animations, films, footage or other audio/visual representations, excluding still images, recorded in any format.
1.19. “LRTT” means LRTT: Limited Resource Teacher Training Ltd. LRTT works in partnership with Inspiring Futures, UK Charity No: 1148464. LRTT Ltd. is a registered company No. 08467612. Address: 8 Burnt Close, Grantchester, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB3 9NJ.
2.1. When you submit a completed application form to Us, we will review the application form and either accept or decline your application. All Applicants whose application forms are accepted will receive a Successful Application email with instructions on how to pay the Deposit.
2.2. A Booking Confirmation email, sent by us on receipt of the Deposit, shall be deemed acceptance of your place on the Programme.
2.3. LRTT reserves the right to offer an Applicant’s place to another Applicant if a Deposit isn’t paid to LRTT within 7 days of Successful Application email being sent by LRTT. The Deposit is non-refundable in all circumstances.
2.4 You agree and acknowledge that the Application form and any information provided therein is true and correct and will inform LRTT in writing as soon as possible, and at the latest sixty (60) days before the Departure Date if any of the details provided on the application form have changed. The Fellow will be liable to pay any costs incurred by LRTT as a result of inaccurate or false information supplied.
3.1 MEDICAL CONDITIONS
It is vital that all Fellows disclose to LRTT any pre-existing medical condition, illness or disability or any ongoing medical treatment. In order to assess the Fellow’s suitability for the Programme or in processing an insurance claim, LRTT may require information from the Fellow’s doctor and reserves the right to request the Fellows consent to access their medical records. Where there is a charge for the provision of such records the Fellow will meet the cost.
3.2 REQUIRED MEDICATION
All Fellows must take all necessary vaccinations or medication either in relation to their personal health or are advised requisite period before Departure Date and during the Programme and should take advice from their doctor as to which vaccinations or medication are necessary and/or advisable for travel to the Fellowship Country. LRTT reserves the right to request the Fellow provides proof that they have been vaccinated or medicated appropriately at any time and to withdraw the Fellow from the Programme in the event that the Fellow has not received all the requisite vaccinations or medication.
3.3 CHALLENGES PRESENTED BY THE PROGRAMME
You understand that by participating in the Programme you will be living and working in unfamiliar surroundings and that is significantly different from your own local work and living environment. Accommodation, food, water, sanitation and hygiene may be significantly different or of lesser quality in the Fellowship Country. In addition, the Programme may well expose you to various physical and emotional challenges. You understand there is a possibility of violence and crime, civil unrest, war, terrorism, natural disaster, homesickness, and loneliness. By submitting your application to the LRTT you accept such risks and confirm you are physically and emotionally capable to participate in the Programme and that you do not have any undisclosed mental, physical, or other medical issues which may affect your ability to participate in the Programme in a professional and respectful manner.
3.4. TRAVEL DOCUMENTS
You are responsible for obtaining and making available the necessary documents (including but not limited to full, current and valid passport and visas for all periods, countries and territories you may visit during the Programme) to enable the Fellow to participate in the Programme. LRTT will offer non-professional advice and assistance in respect of visa requirements for British or EU passport holders but you are ultimately responsible for obtaining and paying for these documents.
3.5. EMERGENCY CONTACTS
You are required to provide details of an emergency contact. If at any time LRTT feels it necessary to contact your emergency contact, LRTT will first seek, where possible, your permission to do so. However, LRTT reserves the right at all times to speak to your emergency contact without your permission.
3.6. DISCLOSURE AND BARRING SERVICE CERTIFICATE
LRTT works in areas of possible interaction with young people from a range of backgrounds and experiences, some of whom are under 18 years of age or vulnerable adults. Where requested by LRTT, Fellows from the UK must provide evidence of a valid Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) certificate or a reference from their school. Fellows from other countries will be asked to present an equivalent certificate or reference.
3.7 PROOF OF TEACHER STATUS.
In order to participate in the Programme, you must be a qualified teacher. LRTT may require Fellows to show proof of qualified teacher status or equivalent. LRTT reserves the right to waive the requirement if agreed in writing before booking.
3.8 TRAVEL INSURANCE
All Fellows must organise, maintain and pay for a comprehensive travel insurance policy for the duration of your Fellowship, including during transit to and from the Fellowship Country, from the date you leave your home country to the date you arrive back home. Appropriate travel insurance must provide cover for all activities you will take part in during the Fellowship, and must include coverage for injury or damage to both you and your possessions and also for injury or damage you may cause to others or their possessions (called Personal and Legal Liability by most insurers). Insurance must also include medical evacuation cover and repatriation. Please ensure that where you intend to take part in any high-risk activities organised during the Programme that your travel insurance policy covers you for taking part in such activities. LRTT reserves the right to request proof of your insurance and to deny your further participation in the Programme if we deem you to be insufficiently covered.
3.9 ACCOMPANYING FAMILY MEMBERS INCLUDING MINORS
LRTT Fellowship Programmes are not suitable for minors. Should a Fellow choose to bring a minor with them to the Fellowship Country, that Fellow will have sole responsibility for the safety and wellbeing of that minor, and will make private arrangements for the accommodation and supervision of the minor. LRTT takes no responsibility and has no liability for the health and safety of minors accompanying Fellows on a Fellowship, and they are not part of the programme.
4.1. The Price quoted by LRTT to the Applicant includes the provision of:
4.2 The Price does not include the following, for which the Fellow is responsible:
4.3. Although LRTT takes all possible care to accurately price the Programme you understand that there are various factors outside of LRTT’s control, such as local laws and regulations in the Fellowship Country that may cause LRTT to amend the Price of the Programme. LRTT reserves the right in its sole discretion and for any reason to increase the Price of the Programme prior to the Departure Date or of any individual Additional Excursion at any time. Should LRTT increase the Price of either the Programme or an Additional Excursion, the Fellow will be given the option to cancel their participation in the Programme or the Additional Excursion and have the relevant Price refunded by LRTT less the Deposit and any costs already incurred by LRTT, including any third-party cancellation fees.
4.4 Where the applicant has requested that a family member accompany them on the Programme, an additional cost shall be payable by the applicant. Such cost will be set by LRTT in its sole discretion and shall be deemed part of the Price.
5.1. The Applicant must pay the nonrefundable Deposit prior to receiving a Booking Confirmation confirming their participation in the Programme.
5.2 The Applicant can pay the balance of the Price by either Standing Order to LRTT’s nominated account or by credit or debit card. Such balance must be paid no later than the Due Date.
5.5. LRTT reserves the right to charge interest on any portion of the Price outstanding after the Due Date at an annual rate of eight percent (8%) above the Bank of England base rate calculated on a daily basis and in addition to recover from the Fellow any costs or expenses incurred by LRTT as a result of such late payment.
5.6 Where Payment is made in a currency other than GBP sterling or likely to result in LRTT incurring any bank charges the Fellow must pay such bank charges in addition to the Price.
5.7 Payment Flow and Delivery Policy - On payment, the applicant, now member, instantly have access to the member area of their online portal, along with the access to apply for an international teaching Fellowship.
6.1. If you wish to cancel your participation in a Programme prior to the Departure Date you must provide notice in writing to LRTT of your wish to cancel. Where you wish to cancel within one (1) month of the Departure Date you must also contact us by telephone prior to providing written notice.
6.2 Where a Fellow cancels their participation in a Programme LRTT reserves the right in its sole discretion to charge a Cancellation Fee, the amount of which shall be determined based on the date a notice of cancellation is received as follows:
The Percentage of Total Price payable by the Fellow is variable based on the Time before Departure Date that written notice of withdrawal is received by LRTT.
6.3 The Cancellation Fee shall become due immediately.
6.4 The Fellow shall remain solely responsible for payment of the Price or Cancellation Fee. LRTT is not responsible for liaising with the Fellow’s travel insurance provider and shall not be obliged to defer payment of the Price or any Cancellation Fee until any insurance claim between the Fellow and their insurer is resolved.
7.1. From time to time, it may be necessary for LRTT to make amendments to either the Programme or these Terms and Conditions, or to cancel a Programme, after acceptance of you as a Fellow but before the Departure Date. LRTT reserves the right to make such amendments or cancellations. LRTT will notify the Fellow of any amendment or cancellation as soon as reasonably practicable and in any case before the Departure Date.
7.2 Where LRTT deems it necessary to cancel a Programme it will:
7.3 In some cases LRTT may deem an amendment to the Programme or these Terms and Conditions to be a Major Amendment, and in such case LRTT may in its sole discretion offer the Fellow the opportunity to cancel their participation in the Programme rather than accept such Major Amendment. Where such an offer is made by LRTT the Fellow must notify LRTT in writing within 7 days of receipt of the notice from LRTT of their intention to accept such offer of cancellation. LRTT shall in such circumstances:
7.4 LRTT reserves the right to cancel your participation in the Programme and charge a Cancellation Fee:
7.5 Notwithstanding the foregoing LRTT shall not offer any refund of the Price to the Fellow where any Programme requires to be cancelled due to an event beyond the control of LRTT where such event occurs less than 7 days prior to the Departure Date.
8.1 LRTT SERVICES
8.2 ARRIVAL IN FELLOWSHIP COUNTRY
The Fellow is responsible for arriving in the Fellowship Country at the correct time and in the correct place and therefore making their own transport/flight arrangements. Fellows will be met by Team Leaders and transported to accommodation or to the airport where they arrive or depart on a flight suggested on a list provided by LRTT. If the Fellow arrives or departs on a flight, not on the suggested list, the Fellow may have to arrange and cover the cost of their own transport between the accommodation and the airport.
8.3. FELLOWS’ BEHAVIOUR
Whilst a Programme is in progress the Fellow agrees to:
8.4. REMOVAL FROM PROGRAMME
LRTT may remove the Fellow from the Programme at any time (including during the Programme itself) if LRTT is of the opinion that the Fellow’s presence is likely to prejudice the good order, discipline or safety of the Programme, the Fellow, the Group or any third party.
8.5 EARLY DEPARTURE
If the Fellow requires to leave the Programme prior to its conclusion, for whatever reason, including being removed from the Programme by LRTT, LRTT shall assist the Fellow but the Fellow shall be responsible for the costs and arrangements of their earlier return to their home country, including any costs in relation to flights and travel to the departure airport.
9.1. LRTT makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information we provide to you. All information is believed correct at the time of such information is provided to you. However, due to the nature of both the Programme and international travel in general, Programme schedules and information provided by LRTT are subject to change and should be regarded only as a fair indication of how the Programme will be conducted. Any schedules or information provided to the Fellow will not be deemed to be binding upon LRTT and does not form part of these Terms and Conditions.
10.1 By participating in the Programme you understand that:
11.1 LRTT shall not be liable for any loss, damage, personal injury, delay or expense (“Loss”) where such Loss is not attributable to the negligence of LRTT.
11.2. LRTTs total liability (which includes the liability of its employees, representatives or agents) to the Fellow arising out of or in connection with the Programme will in no event exceed three times the total price paid by the Fellow.
11.3 Nothing in this clause 10 seeks to exclude or limit LRTT’s liability for death or personal injury caused by LRTT’s negligence.
11.4. LRTT uses all reasonable care in its use of third party providers of services and equipment, however, we are not appointed agents or representatives of any third party providers. We do not accept any liability for the actions or omissions of any third-party providers, including but not limited to airlines or other travel providers, providers of Additional Excursions or our teaching partners in the Fellowship Country.
12.1. The Fellow consents to LRTT processing data relating to them for legal, administrative and management purposes and in particular to the processing of any “sensitive personal data” (as defined in the Data Protection Act 1998) relating to the Fellow including, as appropriate:
12.2. The Fellow consents to LRTT making any information provided by the Fellow available to any third party with a reasonable need to know such information in relation to the Programme, including but not limited to those who provide services to the Group, providers of Additional Excursions, regulatory authorities, and governmental or quasi-governmental organisations. The Fellow further consents to the transfer of such information to third parties outside the European Economic Area including to those based in countries or territories that may not have standards of data protection equal to those applied in the EEA.
12.3. Where expressly consented to by the Fellow on the application form (or subsequently notified to LRTT in writing) LRTT may contact the Fellow, or disclose their personal data to selected third parties so that they may contact the Fellow, with information about goods, services and other organisations which LRTT feels may be of interest to the Fellow. The Fellow may at any time provide notice to LRTT that they do not wish their personal data to be disclosed to any further third parties.
12.4 We do not store credit card details nor do we share financial details with any third parties.
13.1. Where the Fellow supplies LRTT with any photographs, videos, audio recording or other media (the “Works”) before, during or after the Programme the Fellow hereby confirms that:
13.2. By participating in the Programme, the Fellow hereby grants permission for any photograph or video in which they feature during the Programme and LRTT’s events to be used in any formats of LRTT’s publications, presentations, promotional materials, advertising and on LRTT’s website.
LRTT may subcontract any of its obligations under these Terms and Conditions provided that the rights of the Fellow are not adversely affected as a result.
14.2. FORCE MAJEURE
LRTT shall not be under any liability whatsoever to the Fellow for failure or delay in the performance of any of its obligations hereunder where such performance is prevented by reason of a Force Majeure event
“Force Majeure” means unusual and unforeseeable circumstances beyond the control of LRTT and/or the third parties we work with, the consequences of which could not have been avoided even if all due care had been exercised, including, but not limited to, events such as war or threat of war, riot, civil strife, industrial dispute, unavoidable technical problems with transport, closure or congestion at airports, terrorist activity, natural or nuclear disaster, outbreak of disease or imposition of quarantine, fire and adverse weather conditions.
14.3. NO WAIVER
A party’s failure or neglect to enforce any of the rights under this Agreement will not be deemed to be a waiver of that party’s rights.
Any provision of these Terms and Conditions which shall in any way contravene the law or is deemed to be unenforceable shall be deemed to be severable to the extent of such contravention and shall not affect any other provision of these Terms and Conditions.
Notice shall be deemed to be received (a) whereby email on the date such email is sent, and (b) whereby letter on the date such letter is received by LRTT.
14.6. ELECTRONIC NOTICES AND TRANSACTIONS
You agree to transact with us electronically, including without limitation, agreeing to these Terms and Conditions. You authorise us to provide you with terms and important notices about LRTT and your transactions to an email address you provide to us or by posting notices on an applicable page on our website. It is your duty to keep your email address accurate and up to date and to maintain a valid email address and to ensure that emails we send you are not filtered or stopped by spam filters or other types of email blocking functionalities.
These Terms and Conditions are subject to amendment from time to time. Fellows will be informed that the Terms and Conditions have been amended by email. Amendments will become effective immediately and your continued enrolment in the Programme shall be deemed your acceptance of any amendments made to these Terms and Conditions. Please see the last updated legend displayed at the top of this page that shows the last date these Terms and Conditions were updated.
14.8. GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION
These Terms and Conditions agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law and each party agrees to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.
Last updated: 28 June 2019
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