BY PURCHASING THIS COURSE, YOU AGREE THAT YOU ARE 21 YEARS OF AGE AND THAT YOU WILL NOT HOLD TCC LIABLE FOR ANYTHING THAT HAPPENS DURING OR AFTER CLASS.
CANCELLATION, TERMINATION AND REFUND POLICY
All sales are final. Monetary credit for the course will hold value for as long as this school is in business. An applicant rejected by the school shall be entitled to a refund of all monies paid. There is $100 non-refundable deposit that is included in every purchase.
Special Cases: In case of prolonged illness or accident, death in the family, or other circumstances that make it impractical to complete the course the school shall make a settlement which is reasonable and fair to both.
If a student decides to change the attendance date, they must notify the school 72 hours before said course, or a $100 fee will be added to the full tuition.
Failure to show up to the scheduled dates for the course are entirely the student's responsibility. The Cocktail Camp will not issue refunds for missed class time.
Responsible Beverage Service: All Patrons, Guests, performers, caterers and Clients attending a Cocktail Camp event must be over 21 years of age. It is our policy at Cocktail Camp to support all state and local laws regarding the sale of alcoholic beverages. If guests look to be under 30 years of age, a valid State or Federal ID will be required for entrance – no exceptions can be made. If an individual cannot provide a valid ID, no entrance or service of liquor, beer or wine within the venue will be permitted for that individual.
Insurance: Cocktail Camp Carries standard liability insurance. If you would like to add an additional carrier to the Cocktail Camp policies there will be an additional administrative fee and needs to be outlined in contract. Cocktail Camp may request that certain specific events add additional insurance depending on type of event needs and requirements.
Events of Force Majeure
For the purpose of this Agreement, an “Event of Force Majeure” means any circumstance not within the reasonable control of the Party affected, but only if and to the extent that such circumstance, despite the exercise of reasonable diligence and the observance of Good Utility Practice, cannot be, or be caused to be, prevented, avoided or removed by such Party, and such circumstance materiauully and adversely affects the ability of the Party to perform its obligations under this Agreement, and such Party has taken all reasonable precautions, due care and reasonable alternative measures in order to avoid the effect of such event on the Party’s ability to perform its obligations under this Agreement and to mitigate the consequences thereof.
Instances of Force Majeure
• fire, chemical or radioactive contamination or poisoning radiation, earthquakes, lightning, cyclones, hurricanes, floods, droughts or such other extreme weather or environmental conditions, unanticipated geological or ground conditions, epidemic, famine, plague or other natural calamities and acts of God;
• explosion, accident, breakage of a plant or equipment, structural collapse, or chemical contamination (other than resulting from an act of war, terrorism or sabotage), caused by a person not being the affected Party or one of its contractors or subcontractors or any of their respective employees or agents;
• to the extent that they do not involve [country] or take place outside of [country], acts of war (whether declared or undeclared), invasion, acts of terrorists, blockade, embargo, riot, public disorder, violent demonstrations, insurrection, rebellion, civil commotion and sabotage;
• strikes, lockouts, work stoppage, labor disputes, and such other industrial action by workers related to or in response to the terms and conditions of employment of those workers or others with whom they are affiliated save, when such event is directly related to, or in direct response to any employment policy or practice (with respect to wages or otherwise) of the party whose workers resort to such action;
• in relation to the Concessionaire, non-performance by a counter-party to a contract relating to the Concessionaire’s Business by reason of an event or circumstance that would constitute a Natural Force Majeure Event under this Agreement.
Standard Indemnification Clause: With respect to claims arising from a Party’s separate negligence or willful acts, which shall remain that Party’s personal obligation, each Party agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the other Party and its directors, officers, and employees with respect to a claim arising from the Party’s actual or alleged act, failure to act, error, or omission in the performance of their obligations under this Agreement or any governing law or regulation.
Cancellation: Cancellations made prior to the event but after contract has been signed allows The Cocktail Camp to retain all deposits paid. In instances when Cancellations are less than 14 days to the event, The Cocktail Camp will retain all deposits and any other payments made by client. While a deposit cannot be refunded, payments made can be used towards future events.
COMPLETION AND PLACEMENT
A Certificate of Completion will be presented to the student when the student has met all the requirements for completion of the course, provided that all monetary obligations have been met.
While placement assistance is provided, the school cannot promise or guarantee employment to any student or graduate. They will provide you with as many job leads as it receives. It is your responsibility to contact the school and request placement assistance. If you fail to call, the school will assume you no longer need assistance. Placement assistance is available to students who have completed the first week of classes. This educational program is new. We are not able to tell you how many students graduate, how many find jobs, or how much money you can earn after finishing this program.
NOTICE CONCERNING TRANSFERABILITY OF UNITS AT OUR SCHOOL
Units you earn in our basic bartending program in most cases probably will not be transferable to any other college or university in the future even though you earned units here at our school. In addition, if you earn a diploma or certificate in our basic bartending program, in most cases it will not serve as a basis for obtaining a degree at a college or university.
We are registered with the State of California. Registration means we have met certain minimum standards imposed by the state for registered schools on the basis of our written application to the state. Registration does not mean we have met all of the more extensive standards required by the state for schools that are approved to operate or licensed or that the state has verified the information we submitted with our registration form.
By purchasing a course, I agree to all the terms stated above.