Adults- Terms and Conditions
ADULT CLASSES - TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
- The Cello Corner is protected by the Musician's Union with regards to legal issues, the costs of taking legal action in connection with this contract and indemnity insurance.
- Cancellations must be made a full of 48 hours prior to the lesson. Cancellations made with less than 48 hours will incur full charge.
- A written notice is required one month prior to the termination of cello lessons. In the event that the student does not give the sufficient notice, the student will be liable to pay fees for those lessons not taken during the notice period.
- Paying by standing order is only possible if you sign up for at least one year.
- Regular lessons are paid one month in advance or on the day.
- A deposit of 50 percent has to be made before the first lesson.
- After the first lesson the student will commit to a certain amount of lessons which will be agreed upon in advance and confirmed in the Musician's Union T1 contract.
- The student is expected to attend the number of lessons agreed on. This number of lessons is due to be paid regardless to whether the student might not be available on a particular day. In the event that the student is not available on a specific day the teacher will try and make up that missed lesson in that particular week but with no guarantee
- Please arrive before the lesson is due to start. If the student is late, the teacher will not be able to provide the full lesson
- If a lesson is cancelled due to the teacher being unavailable, the lesson will either be made up or payment will be carried forward to another date. Any fee already paid will be refunded or used to pay for another lesson.
- Lesson fees may be reviewed annually.
- The student agrees to pay for any music / strings / repairs etc. required by the student and provided by the teacher.
- For any damage caused by the student to the studio, the student will be held responsible. Although the studio is insured for smaller damages (up to £500) the student will be expected to pay for the damage due to the excess rate of the insurance.
- The student will be responsible for any loss or damage sustained to any instrument / accessory or music loaned by the teacher to the student. Such items will be returned to the teacher on request.
- The student is responsible for the insurance of the student's instrument.
- Careful, regular practice as advised by the teacher is a prerequisite of success on a musical instrument. It is important to note that whilst the teacher aims to ensure that the student makes acceptable progress, this can only be achieved if the student accepts the teachers advice and puts it into practice.