Terms and Conditions

MEMBERSHIP TERMS & CONDITIONS

I/we declare that:

  • I/we will observe the rules of membership of the association in force from time to time and acknowledge that I/we are bound by the Memorandum and Articles of Association (copies available on request).
  • I/we will observe and be bound by the Code/s of Practice of the association from time to time in force.
  • the subscription enclosed herewith is at the rate appropriate to the category and size of the organisation in respect of which this application is made.
  • I/we agree that the association may search any one or more licensed credit reference agency as part of the assessment of my/our suitability for membership and that such search may include directors, controllers and partners where applicable who I/we confirm have consented to such a search. The credit reference agency may retain the details of the search on its files, which may be viewed by other organisations that make searches.
  • the association may publish details of my/our business included in this application and from time to time in the associations register of members (other than the rate of subscription payable) either to other members or more widely.  This information may be used to promote the association or may be used by members of the association or others whom it is released to contact me/us or a named manager in my/our business for commercial or other purposes.
  • I/we have read the information printed here including; the CCTA Terms and Conditions of Membership; Guidance from the Association & Exclusion of Liability and Application Agreement Terms and accept and agree to be bound by the same and have noted that the Articles of Association and Code/s of Practice are available on request.
  • I/we are aware that the association may decline this application without stating a reason in which event it will return the membership application subscription enclosed.

NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER

As a result of logging on to the CCTA website you expressly accept the following terms and conditions. If any or all of them are not acceptable you must log off immediately.

Personal Data

  1. CCTA adheres to all of the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998 (the Act). By logging on to our site you may leave details in the records of our site of names and addresses which are personal data for the purposes of the Act. By logging on you therefore consent to our use of that data for the purposes of contacting you or your firm or company to bring to your attention further information about the benefits of membership of CCTA or in order to bring to your attention details of products and services which are supplied by CCTA.
  2. CCTA will make use of such data for no other purposes and will keep all such data secure and, except as stated below, will not pass such personal data to any other person.
  3. The names, business addresses and details of members, officers, managers and employees of members of CCTA already provided to CCTA by the member, or any officer, manager or employee of the member may be passed to other members of CCTA who may also use such information for the purposes bringing to your attention details of their own products and services.
  4. We use email links located in relevant parts of our website to enable you to contact us directly with any questions or comments you may have. We read every message sent in and try to reply promptly to everyone, this information is used to respond directly to your questions or comments. We may also file your comments to improve the site and program, or review and discard the information.
  5. Where you provide us with personal data relating to persons other than yourself you acknowledge to us that you are authorised by such persons to agree to the retention and use of that data by CCTA for the purposes outlined.


Copyright

  1. Any material contained within this website is the copyright of CCTA and, other than excepted below, may not be downloaded, reproduced or used in any other way without the express consent in writing of CCTA.
  2. You may read, download or extract to print information contained in this website for your own personal use but otherwise you are subject to the provisions of paragraph 1 (directly above).


SECCI and Agreement Forms

  1. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the efficacy of the SECCI’s and the Agreement Forms produced by the CCTA, neither the CCTA, as a trade association, nor any of its officers, accepts any responsibility for them or for the use to which they may be put and shall not be liable for any loss or damage which may arise from their use. You are urged to seek independent legal advice as to their form, content and intended use, before they are put to use.


Other Statutory Documents

  1. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the efficacy of the notices, forms and documents produced by the CCTA, neither the CCTA, as a trade association, nor any of its officers, accepts any responsibility for them or for the use to which they may be put and shall not be liable for any loss or damage which may arise from their use. You are urged to seek independent legal advice as to their form, content and intended use, before they are put to use.


Advice Line

  1. Any information, guidance or advice given, or suggestion made, to a member by the CCTA, or any of its officers, does not constitute legal or other professional advice. Whilst provided in good faith and believed to be accurate, their application to any specific situation depends on the law, rules and/or practices as interpreted and on the circumstances prevailing at any given time and may also be affected by any detail of which we are unaware. Neither the CCTA, as a trade association, nor any of its officers, shall be liable for any loss or damage, which may arise from reliance upon the same. Specific legal advice should be sought before taking any action based on any such information, guidance or advice given, or suggestion made.


APR and Early Settlement Calculator

  1. Annual Percentage Rate (APR and APRC) and Early Settlement calculators are available to members to download from the members’ area of the CCTA website. The calculators are provided by a third party software company and the CCTA is not able to verify their performance, accuracy or reliability. Neither the association, nor any of its officers, assumes any responsibility for them including, without limitation, their performance, accuracy or reliability or the generated resultant calculations.

By applying for membership the applicant acknowledges that the above exclusions of liability provisions are reasonable having regard amongst other things, to the objects of the association, the subscription payable for membership of the association and the availability to the member of other sources of guidance, advice or assistance.

Payment

Subscription payments as outlined in the on this website, and confirmed on an individual basis in a letter to all new and renewing members are inclusive of VAT, at the current rate, and must be paid at the time of subscription to the association.


EVENTS TERMS & CONDITIONS

1. CONFERENCE:

Cancellation Policy

  • Payment must be received at least two weeks prior to the event.
  • No refund will be given for cancellations made after 02 October 2016.
  • Cancellations made after 02 October 2016 will incur an administration charge.
  • Substitutions can be made at any time at no extra cost.

Terms And Conditions

CCTA reserves the right to cancel a conference/gala dinner in the event that there are insufficient numbers of attendees to make the conference/gala dinner economically viable or in the event of any occurrence, act or omission outside the control of CCTA. If the conference/gala dinner is cancelled in such circumstances, a full refund of the payment made for the event will be given, but nothing more. Attendees at the CCTA conference/gala dinner will behave in a fit and proper manner and will be responsible for any damages however so caused, arising out of the attendees negligence and/or breach of contract, and will keep CCTA indemnified against any such claim.

Hotel Cancellation Policy

In accordance with the hotel’s cancellation policy, charges will be incurred for cancellation of pre booked rooms, based on a percentage of the total cost:

36 to 24 weeks = 25%
24 to 8 weeks = 50%
8 to 4 weeks = 75%
less than 4 weeks = 100%

Room rates shown are per room and include breakfast. Normal check-in time 2:00pm. We have secured a block booking of rooms at the Nottingham Belfry Hotel. Once all those rooms have been allocated, we will be happy to provide a list of nearby alternative accommodation.

2. TRAINING

Cancellation Policy

  • payment must be received at least 2 weeks prior to the event.
  • cancellations made after that date will incur an administration charge.
  • no refund will be given for cancellations made after that date.
  • substitutions can be made at any time and at no extra cost.

Terms and Conditions

CCTA reserves the right to cancel a training course in the event that there are insufficient numbers of attendees to make the course economically viable or in the event of any occurrence, act or omission outside the control of CCTA. If the course is cancelled in such circumstances, a full refund of the payment made for that course will be given, but nothing more. Attendees at CCTA training courses will behave in a fit and proper manner and will be responsible for any damages, howsoever caused, arising out of the attendees negligence and/or breach of contract, and will keep CCTA indemnified against any such claim.

Any notes or course material (‘Material’) provided by CCTA is to assist delegates during the seminar and also to provide a permanent record of the material presented. The Material is not a full and definitive statement of the law and should not be used by delegates as the basis for decisions and actions taken in the course of business, since specific advice can only be provided following a full understanding of the individual circumstances of any particular issue. All reasonable effort is made to ensure that the content of any seminar is accurate. However neither CCTA, including employees of CCTA, or any presenter can accept any liability whatsoever for any inaccuracy contained within it. CCTA accepts no liability whatsoever for any damage or loss, direct or indirect, which may be suffered as a result of any reliance placed upon the information provided whether arising in contract, tort or in any other way. The purpose of the seminar is to provide general guidance or general information only. Advice should always be taken from your legal advisor before committing to any specific action.

3. SEMINARS:

Cancellation Policy

  • payment must be received at least 1 week prior to the event.
  • no refund will be given for cancellations made after that date.
  • cancellations made after that date will incur an administration charge.
  • substitutions can be made at any time and at no extra cost.

Terms and Conditions

CCTA reserves the right to cancel a Seminar event in the event that there are insufficient numbers of attendees to make the course economically viable or in the event of any occurrence, act or omission outside the control of CCTA. If the event is cancelled in such circumstances, a full refund of the payment made for that course will be given, but nothing more. Attendees at CCTA training courses will behave in a fit and proper manner and will be responsible for any damages, howsoever caused, arising out of the attendees negligence and/or breach of contract, and will keep CCTA indemnified against any such claim.


PUBLICATION/ADVERTISING TERMS & CONDITIONS

Magazine Editorial

  • CCTA may decline your application without stating a reason.
  • CCTA reserves the right to edit any article in line with association policy. You will be provided with a finished draft for approval and sign off before artwork handover. You will have 24 hours (Monday to Friday) to agree any amendments, before final sign off.
  • CCTA reserves the right to cancel the distribution of any publication in the event of any occurrence, act or omission outside the control of CCTA. In such circumstances, a full refund of the payment made for the sponsored article will be given, but nothing more.
  • CCTA accepts no liability whatsoever for any damage or loss, direct or indirect, which may be suffered as a result of the publication of a sponsored article.
  • submitting your article for inclusion will indicate your consent to the above terms and conditions.

Delegate Brochure Editorial

  • CCTA may decline your application without stating a reason.
  • CCTA reserves the right to edit any article in line with association policy. You will be provided with a finished draft for approval and sign off before artwork handover. You will have 24 hours (Monday to Friday) to agree any amendments, before final sign off.
  • CCTA reserves the right to cancel the distribution of any publication in the event of any occurrence, act or omission outside the control of CCTA. In such circumstances, a full refund of the payment made for the sponsored article will be given, but nothing more.
  • CCTA accepts no liability whatsoever for any damage or loss, direct or indirect, which may be suffered as a result of the publication of a sponsored article.
  • submitting your article for inclusion will indicate your consent to the above terms and conditions.

Training Sponsorship

  • CCTA may decline your application without stating a reason.
  • CCTA reserves the right to cancel the distribution of any publication or mail shot it deems to be economically unviable.
  • CCTA reserves the right to cancel any training event where there are an insufficient number of attendees to make the event economically viable, or in the event of any occurrence, act or omission outside the control of CCTA. In such circumstances, a pro rata refund of the full payment made for the sponsorship will be given, but nothing more i.e. for one cancelled training course out of a potential 15, one fifteenth of the total sponsorship charge will be refunded etc.
  • confirming your application will indicate your consent to the above terms and conditions.


PRIVACY POLICY

Personal Data
CCTA values your privacy. The personal data we collect via our website, is provided voluntarily by visitors themselves, and will only be used within the association, and by its service providers, for:

  • responding to queries
  • general administration
  • providing requested documents
  • appropriate marketing & promotions
  • customer services
  • notification of events and training

We do not pass names or contact details to any third parties where permission has not been given. If you would like to opt out of any of the above data usage options, please contact us on +44 (0)1274 714959.

Any information you provide will be held securely and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. You have a right to request a copy of your personal details at any time, to check the accuracy of the information held. If you wish to do this, then please write to:

CCTA – Airedale House
Aire Valley Business Park
Dowley Gap Lane
Bingley
West Yorkshire
BD16 1WA.

Cookies
A cookie is a small text file that’s stored on your computer, tablet or phone when you visit a website.

Some cookies are deleted when you close down your browser. These are known as session cookies. Others remain on your device until they expire, or you delete them from your cache. These are known as persistent cookies and enable us to remember things about you, as a returning visitor.

In line with data protection regulation, users are given the opportunity to set their computer cookie instructions.

To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit www.allaboutcookies.org. Alternatively, you can search the internet for independent information on cookies.

How We Use Cookies
Information collated via cookies will help us to:

  • provide the products and services that you request
  • give you a better, more relevant online experience
  • track website performance

Cookies do not contain any personal details about a visitor or their location, they simply identify the computer being used.

We reserve the right to change the terms of this Privacy Policy from time to time. The Data Controller for this website is CCTA.

CCTA Information Commissioners Office Registration Reference: Z7517961

Exclusion

  1. Every effort is made to ensure that the content of this website is accurate. However CCTA will accept no liability whatsoever for any inaccuracy contained within it and accepts no liability whatsoever for any damage or loss, direct or indirect, which you may suffer as a result of your reliance upon any information contained within the website whether arising in contract, tort or in any other way. The purpose of the content of the website is to provide general guidance or information only.
  2. If you take any actions in reliance on any information contained within the website you do so entirely at your own risk.
  3. You are advised in any circumstances where you wish to rely on any information within the website to consult with your own legal advisors before taking any actions to ensure that any information is relevant to your particular circumstances.
  4. The contents of this exclusion section applies equally to the content of any site to which this website provides a hyperlink. You should view the disclaimer and notice contained in any such site before proceeding to brows the site.


Availability

The CCTA website aims to be available 24 hours per day. Nevertheless there may be periods of time when for the purposes of updating, repair or any other reason the site may not be accessible. CCTA will make every endeavour to ensure that such periods of time are kept to a minimum.

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