Last modified: 23 September 2013
Cancelling course bookings
The following charges will apply if you wish to cancel a course:
15+ days before a course = no charge
1-14 days before a course = 100%
Cancellations must be received in writing either via email (to firstname.lastname@example.org),
fax or letter and must contain the full booking details including delegate
and institution/organisation name and contact details and the course(s)
for which the booking is to be cancelled.
We are not able to offer refunds for cancellations made by delegates for reasons outside our
control, including illness, travel difficulties due to adverse weather conditions or industrial
action. However, if you are unable to attend a training course you have booked because of major national travel disruption we will offer you a 50% reduction if you rebook on the same course at a later date, subject to availability.
You may transfer a place on a course to a substitute delegate free
of charge at any time. Please inform us of any changes so that we can
ensure that joining instructions are sent to the correct person and
participant lists and badges are correct on the day.
UKCISA members will be invoiced 2 weeks before the
training day. We accept payment by cheque or BACS transfer.
If you are not a member of UKCISA you must send payment with your booking
Changes to course dates and venues
We reserve the right to alter course dates and venues without liability.
If we have to cancel a course and cannot offer you an alternative option,
we will provide a full refund of the course fee.
We reserve the right to change course programmes at any time.
UKCISA course materials are not designed to 'stand alone'. Therefore,
if you do not attend the course we will not send you the course materials.
UKCISA is committed to the promotion of equal opportunities in its
employment practices and in the provision of services to its members
and other users. It is committed to the progressive development of policies
and practices that are non-discriminatory in the widest sense, that
recognise and respect diversity and encourage the challenging of discrimination.
Tutors will challenge any racist, sexist or otherwise unacceptable language
We aim to provide service of a standard that is acceptable to all
our users. If we fail to do this we want to know about it. This will
enable us not only deal with the specific problem, but also avoid it
Our complaints procedure sets out how you can take up matters you think
are unsatisfactory about the service you have received from us. If you
would like information about the complaints procedure, please contact