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General Terms & Conditions Executive Programmes

All our agreements concerning executive programmes are subject to and part of FairSights' General Terms and Conditions as described here and in parts to replace them where conditions vary below. Where 'client' is mentioned, this may also be read as 'participant'. By registering, a client or participant in one of our open programmes accepts the applicability of these terms and conditions. If a client arranges for a participant to be registered, the client undertakes to inform the participant of these terms and conditions and to impose them.

Programme prices

All programme prices stated are exclusive of VAT unless explicitly stated otherwise. FairSights is entitled to pass on any changes in the VAT rate to the client and participant. In the case of open registration, course material (unless stated otherwise), coffee, tea, soft drinks and a lunch are included in the prices.



In principle, invoices must be paid before the start of the course, but no later than fourteen days after the invoice date, unless expressly agreed otherwise. Payment is made by transfer to the bank account stated on the invoice. If a payment is not made in time, the client or participant will be in default without further notice of default being required. Without prejudice to their other obligations, the client or participant owes statutory interest from the due date of the invoice until the day of full payment on the outstanding amounts. All costs that FairSights has to incur in order to collect the hair are for the account of the client or participant.


FairSights reserves the right to cancel registrations in the event of insufficient applications or to refuse acceptance without stating reasons, without being liable for compensation for damages or costs. If, in the reasonable opinion of FairSights, a situation of force majeure should give rise to it, FairSights shall be entitled to terminate all or part of the agreement without judicial intervention, or to temporarily suspend performance of the agreement, without being obliged to pay any compensation. Any money paid in advance by the client will in that case be refunded in proportion to the course of the programme.


FairSights has the right to exclude participants who, through their behaviour or otherwise, obstruct the normal course of a programme, damage the reputation and goodwill of FairSights and its employees in any way, apply for a suspension of payments, file for bankruptcy, or are declared bankrupt from further participation in the programme. Exclusion does not affect any obligation to pay the agreed fee for the training or consultancy service.


A client or participant, if consumer, has the right to terminate a remote agreement within 14 days after the day the remote agreement was made, without giving reasons (right of withdrawal), unless the agreement foresees a specific time or period of fulfilment. The right to withdraw can be exercised by sending an email to FairSights.


Cancellation of a programme by a client or participant can only be done in writing (post or email). The written confirmation from FairSights will serve as proof of the cancellation. Cancellation is free of charge until four weeks before the starting date of a programme, whereby the date of receipt of the letter or email will count as the cancellation date. After that, up to two weeks before the start date, 50% of the programme price is due and if cancelled after that, a participant will owe the full programme price.If for any reason a participant cannot come, a substitute can always join the programme.


Copyright and intellectual property instructional material

The copyright and/or any other intellectual property rights to the instructional materials produced by, or on behalf of, FairSights, or any other work arising from or related to the programme, belong to FairSights and/or its licensors, unless the parties have explicitly agreed otherwise in writing. Client and participant may only use instruction materials or any other work produced by FairSights or made available by FairSights for their own benefit. It is not permitted to reproduce and/or publish all or part of the instructional material or any other work by means of print, photocopy, microfilm, video plate, magnetic disk or tape, storage in a retrieval system accessible to third parties, or in any other way, electronically, mechanically or otherwise, or to hand over, sell or make available to third parties all or part of the instructional material in any other way, without the express prior written permission of FairSights.

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