1. These Terms & Conditions
1.1 These are the Terms and Conditions for the services provided by Coder Space Ltd the “Supplier” to you, the “Customer”. By ordering any service from the Supplier you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.
2. Order Process
2.1 The services provided by the Supplier can be ordered in the following ways:
2.1.1 Via the contact form on the Supplier website located at www.coderspace.co.uk
2.1.2 Telephoning our sales department on the number listed on the website.
2.1.3 Emailing using the email address on the website.
2.1.4 In person by visiting our offices at the address on the website.
2.2 Upon acceptance and confirmation of an order you will receive a booking reference and an invoice will be sent by e mail to you detailing how to pay.
3. Payment & Title
3.1 Payment may be made by a valid and current credit or debit card, by cheque or by direct bank transfer. An instalment payment plan may also be set up by completing a Direct Debit mandate form.
3.2 Payment by credit or debit card can be made via our website, by telephone or in person.
3.3 For security reasons we do not accept credit or debit card details via email and so you should not send your card details via email.
3.1 For payments by cheque any goods will not be released or any services to be provided will not commence until the cheque payment has cleared our company accounts
4. Services Provided
4.1 The Supplier provides the following services:
4.1.1 Training courses covering technologies relating to software development.
5. On-Site and Off-Site
5.1 The services detailed above are provided on-site at the Supplier’s training facilities or in some cases can be accessed on-line from a remote location. This will depend on the particular training course being run.
6. Data Backup & Loss
6.1 It is the sole responsibility of the Customer to ensure that all data on any equipment is backed up and appropriately stored.
6.2 We will not be liable for any data loss occurring on any equipment or data loss caused by the Customer’s failure to put in place or correctly operate appropriate data backup and storage procedures.
7. Cancellation and Cooling Off Period
7.1 In accordance with the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 (and any other relevant legislation). Where this Agreement is concluded at the Customer’s home or office (either as a result of a solicited or unsolicited visit by the Supplier) the Customer has an initial minimum statutory 14 days “cooling off” period. This allows the Customer 14 days in which to change their mind and cancel the Order.
7.2 Subject to paragraph 10.1 above the “cooling off “period for the purposes of this Agreement is 14 days.
7.3 Furthermore for the purposes of this Agreement the Customer may cancel the Order within the “cooling off” period where the Agreement is concluded at a place other than the Customer’s home or office, such as the Supplier’s office.
7.4 The “cooling off” period runs from receipt of this Agreement by the Customer.
7.5 Notice of cancellation by the Customer must be given to the Supplier in writing.
7.6 SuThe Supplier reserves the right to retain monies or seek payment for all reasonable costs incurred in respect of the Order where the Customer has specifically requested in writing that goods or services be supplied within the initial “cooling off” period.
7.7 The Supplier will not supply any goods or services during the initial cooling off period unless a specific written request is received from the Customer to do so.
7.8 If the Customer seeks to cancel the Order outside the cooling off period stated in paragraph 10.2 above the Supplier reserves the right to retain any monies paid by the Customer. Once the deposit and/or full payment has been received by the Supplier there will be no refund of any payments due to cancellation or absenteeism by the Customer.
7.9 The Supplier agrees to refund 50% of the Customer’s total payment if no suitable job offer has been received by the Customer for a period of six months following successful completion of the training course and all activities advised by the Supplier in writing to the Customer have been undertaken by the Customer. Successful completion shall have the meaning - “ that, attendance in person by the Customer at the training course, completion of all assignments, completion of all projects, completion of all challenges, completion of all interview training and all of the advised actions relating to finding employment have been completed to the Suppliers’ satisfaction.”
8.1 All software supplied and installed by us will be original and will be appropriately licensed. We accept no responsibility for software installed on the Customer’s machines by themselves which is not appropriately licenced.
9. Limitation of Liabilit
9.1 We shall be not be liable to you as the Customer in contract, tort, or otherwise (including negligence), pre-contract or other representations (other than fraudulent or negligent misrepresentations) or otherwise for any loss of business, contracts, profits, damage to goodwill or anticipated savings or for any indirect or consequential or loss whatsoever.
9.2 Nothing in this Agreement shall exclude or limit liability for death or personal injury resulting from the negligence of either party or their servants, agents or employees.
10. Force Majeure
10.1 Neither party shall be liable for delay or failure to perform any obligation under this Agreement if the delay or failure is caused by any circumstances beyond its reasonable control, including but not limited to acts of god, war, civil disorder or industrial dispute. If such delay or failure continues for a period of at least 30 days, the party not subject to the force majeure shall be entitled to terminate this Agreement by notice in writing to the other.
11.1 Where the parties to this Agreement are in dispute for a period of more than 30 days and cannot resolve the dispute either party may refer the dispute to arbitration as detailed below.
11.2 The party referring the dispute to the Arbitrator shall inform the other party in writing at the same time as referring the dispute.
11.3 Both parties will continue to operate and honour the terms of this Agreement while the arbitration process is ongoing.
11.4 The decision of the Arbitrator is final and binding on the parties unless the decision is overruled in further arbitration or in a court of law.
11.5 The Arbitrator will also decide on the arbitration costs to be borne by the parties.
12.1 The Customer undertakes during the period of working carried out by us and for a period of six months after its completion not to directly or indirectly solicit or induce any of the Supplier's employees to leave the employment of the Supplier whether to work on a freelance or consultancy basis or to be directly employed by the Customer.
13.1 Failure by the Supplier to enforce any accrued rights under this Agreement is not to be taken as or deemed to be a waiver of those rights unless acknowledged by the Supplier in writing.
13.2 It is hereby declared that the foregoing paragraphs, sub-paragraphs and clauses of this Agreement shall be read and construed independently of each other. Should any part of this Agreement or its paragraphs, sub-paragraphs or clauses be found invalid it shall not affect the remaining paragraphs, sub-paragraphs and clauses.
13.3 The Supplier reserves the right to change these Terms and Conditions at any time on giving notice to Customers affected.
13.4 This Agreement sets out the entire agreement and understanding between the Supplier and the Customer and is in substitution of any previous written or oral agreements between the Supplier and the Customer.
14. The Consumer Rights Act 2015
14.1 These Terms & Conditions are specifically written in accordance with the Consumer Rights Act 2015. Should these Terms & Conditions conflict with the Act, the Consumer Rights Act 2015 shall prevail and apply.
15. Your Statutory Rights
15.1 Nothing in these Terms and Conditions shall affect the Customer’s statutory rights.
16.1 This Agreement shall be interpreted construed and enforced in accordance with English law and shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.
Our contact details are as follows:
Coder Space Ltd, Unit 301, Vanilla Factory, Fleet Street, Liverpool, L1 4AR
Email: [email protected]
Company registration number: 10748759