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#1 Tuesday 31st December 2013 16:10:06

Stefano
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Terms and Conditions

Who issues their pupils with terms and conditions at the start of their course of lessons? I have done in the past but then stopped doing so. Part of me thinks it’s a good idea and looks professional but part of me thinks that it looks a bit fussy and over the top.

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Tuesday 31st December 2013 16:10:06

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#2 Tuesday 31st December 2013 17:18:31

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My T&Cs are on the appointment card.  Don't think anyone reads them though.

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#3 Tuesday 31st December 2013 20:22:32

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^^

Mine too and they certainly don't read the bit about cancellations.

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