1. Definitions and Interpretation
Where a Client orders standard / non-tailored Online eLearning at a fixed price either as a standalone product or as part of a Bundle of components sold in one transaction, the provisions of these Standard Online eLearning Terms and Conditions shall apply.
For sales of bespoke or tailored Online Learning the Company’s Bespoke Online eLearning Terms and Conditions apply, located at:
https://www.greencdl.com/bespoke-online-elearning-terms-and-conditions (“Bespoke Online eLearning Terms”)
By agreeing to these terms and conditions for the use of the Company’s standard online content (eLearning, digital learning, video and other learning courses or content delivered electronically) the Client is entering into an Agreement comprising these terms and conditions and the Company’s general terms of business located at:
https://www.greencdl.com/general-terms-and-conditions (the “General Terms”),
Defined terms used in these standard online terms and conditions shall, unless the context otherwise requires, have the same meaning as terms defined in the General Terms.
2. Period of Validity
a. Online learning courses are valid for twelve (12) months unless the Company has specifically agreed otherwise in writing.
b. The Client may only use the components within a Bundle during the valid period which is between the Agreement start date and its anniversary.
c. Any components within a Bundle that remain unused on the anniversary of the Agreement start date will expire and shall be deemed used.
3. Non Transference and Modifications
a. Online learning is allocated to a particular named individual by the Client and such allocation once made cannot be transferred to any other named individual or Client. Accordingly, Clause 7.f. of the Company’s Standard Terms and Conditions shall not apply.
b. The Company’s standard online learning products are not customisable in any way and The Client may not modify the components within their Online Learning nor exchange components within their online learning for any other components.
4. Terms of Payment
a. Unless the Company has specifically agreed otherwise full payment is required before access to any elements or components of the online learning is provided.
b. Unless the Company has specifically agreed otherwise payment is to be made via direct debit on a monthly or annual basis depending on the package you have chosen and shall be renewed until cancelled in accordance with para 5.
a. Paragraphs 7(c-f) of the General Terms do not apply to eLearning modules.
b. The period of the subscription is for 12 months and will be automatically renewed at the end of the 12 month period unless you cancel the contract.
c. Any request to cancel the contract must be made via email to email@example.com or in writing to Green CDL Ltd, CyberSuite One, Spaw Engineering, Dowry Park Ind Est, Turner Street, Lees, Oldham, OL4 3NU
d. Any request to cancel must be made 1 month prior to the end of the 12 month subscription period otherwise it will be automatically renewed.
e. Unless and until you cancel your contract, we will automatically invoice and/or collect payment at each period you selected when entering the contract.
f. You agree to keep your payment card/bank details current and valid throughout the subscription period and agree to meet any and all additional costs we may incur as a result of your failure to keep these details current.
g. We will notify you at least 28 days in advance of any changes in price of the eLearning so that you can decide whether or not you wish to cancel the RPA at its next renewal date.
h. On cancellation of the contract, we will cancel access to digital products and remove any related certifications with effect from the end of the subscription period for which you have paid.
6. Intellectual Property
a. Unauthorised sharing, copying and reproduction of the Company’s Online Learning content is strictly prohibited and the Company reserve the right to recover; loss of revenue, loss of profits and all other costs (including all legal cost) incurred in the enforcement of this clause.
b. Each party agrees that money damages alone would not be an adequate remedy for the breach of the provisions of clause 5a above and the Company shall be entitled to seek any legal remedy or relief to prevent any breach, or anticipated breach, by the Client or their delegate as is deemed proper by a court of competent jurisdiction. This right shall be in addition to the Company’s other rights in law or in equity.