Schools choosing to pay by invoice will not receive access to any training (webinars, eLearning or on-site training) or have an audit completed until payment has been received. Arrangement for payment after access has been granted or a service delivered must be agreed prior.
Invoices must be paid in full within 30 days of receipt or before the training or audit date, whichever is the sooner.
By submitting an order to us you are acknowledging that you have received authorisation for this expenditure from the relevant person at your school,.
All cancellation requests for training or audits must be made in writing to email@example.com. The email date will be be used to calculate the number of days notice we have received and the following refund percentage will be applied.
No refunds will be granted when a training has been accessed online.
|Notice of cancellation received||Refund Percentage|
|30 days or more prior||100%|
|Between 8 and 29 days prior||50%|
|7 or less days prior||No refund|
Training Transfers and Audit Date Changes
You may substitute a delegate on training for no charge providing that the training has not been accessed.
Audit dates can be changed by the school once with a minimum of 14 days notice. Should a school change the date more than once or within the 14 day days notice period we reserve the right to charge a £100 administration fee.
GDPR Audit Disclaimer
Data governance is a process-based exercise, rather than an exercise in definitive answers. A GDPR audit from National Online Safety will highlight areas where your school needs to strengthen its approach to data protection, in order to protect the personal data of all in the school community. This might include recommendations about training for staff and governors, process improvements and steps to take to improve data security. Following this guidance and embedding data protection into your management, governance and policy planning will help move you towards compliance. However there will always be risks to personal data, whether from deliberate attempts by criminals or hackers to access it, or by mistakes by staff members handling or transporting data, or through the deliberate actions of a staff member. Our advice will help you to demonstrate that you have taken all reasonable steps to secure the data rights of those in your school community, and demonstrate steps you need to take in the event of an adverse personal data event. We can help set the framework that your learning community needs to mitigate the risks to your data, your reputation, and the future data security of your learners. Compliance with data protection legislation can never be guaranteed in all circumstances.
Online Safety Audit Disclaimer
An Online Safety audit from National Online Safety will highlight areas where your schools needs to strengthen its approach to Online Safety. This might include recommendations about training for staff and governors, policy and process improvements, and steps to take to improve filtering and monitoring systems. Following this guidance , it is the school’s responsibility to meet statutory safeguarding requirements in preparation for an Ofsted inspection.
By submitting an order or booking to us, by whatever means, you are acknowledging that you have received authorisation for this expenditure from the relevant person at your institution, therefore we reserve the right to pursue payment for your booking 7 days after it was taken.
The materials, training and courses provided by National Online Safety cannot be relied upon for legal interpretation. Neither National Online Safety nor its employees, trainers or consultants can accept responsibility for delegates’ actions, or those of other people reading the course notes or interpreting the training in litigation, or responsibility for any loss incurred as a result of relying on the training or the training notes.