Course practical sessions / Medical history
All students are expected to act as models for practical sessions. As part of our duty of care to everyone participating, a past medical history form will be send to you to be completed and brought to the course. Information supplied will be treated confidentially and shared only among the course faculty. At the end of the course forms will either be returned to appropriate student or shredded.
All students are responsible for arranging full professional indemnity insurance which covers them for the country in which they are studying and for the full duration of the course. The SCCO reserves the right to withhold admittance to any student not adequately insured.
Sharing personal information
The SCCO is often asked for contact details of other attending the same course. If you do not wish for your details to be shared in this way please inform the office at the time of booking.
Emergencies: If you are unable to attend the course please call the relevant course venue.
BY YOU: A refund on (non-deposit) fees can be made up to six weeks prior to the commencement of the course. Please note that your deposit payment in non-refundable. If you are unable to attend a course, the deposit can be transferred to another SCCO course at our discretion; this cannot be done repeatedly. If you wish to request a move of your deposit, you will need to decide which course you are transferring to at the time of the original cancellation.
BY US: Should the SCCO have to cancel a course, any fees paid will be returned in full. Other costs you may have incurred – e.g. travel expenses, accommodation, etc. – unfortunately cannot be reimbursed.
Supply of documents
Since there are no postal or banking services at or near the office, we prefer electronic transactions. A standard handling fee of £4/€5 applies to items requiring postage or branch banking; this is in addition to item-specific banking, postage/packing costs.
The SCCO tolerates a margin of error of +/- £5. This frequently arises through differences in exchange rates between payment and receipt dates. We neither invoice nor refund for these differences.
It is the student’s responsibility to advise the SCCO office of any reasonable* dietary requirements for each course attended and within six weeks of the start date. These are not held by the office even if students have undertaken courses with us previously. If you have not specified any dietary needs then the office will assume you have no specific requirements. For late bookings, the office will make every effort to accommodate dietary requirements but cannot guarantee that these can be met if notification is given within 48 hours of the course start.
*Please contact us if you require any further clarification.