Terms and Conditions

The following Terms and Conditions apply for all courses and events:

  1. Course registrations are only valid after a seat confirmation for this course has been issued by VieSID and the initial invoice has been paid by the participant.
  2. After having sent the application, the registration is binding upon the applicant, who at the same time agrees to the terms and conditions.
  3. Course fees have to be paid promptly net without any deductions after receiving the invoice by bank transfer. Bank charges are borne by the participant.
  4. The course fee does not include any other costs (travel, hotel, etc.) incurred by the course participant.
  5. Fees on cancellation of total course fee by the participant: 10% if canceled 11 days or earlier before the start of the course, 20% on short-term cancelations (10 days or less prior to course start), 50% on no-show.
  6. Rebooking fees on demand of the participant: € 240.- (including VAT) per module.
  7. VieSID reserves the right to make changes to the course program, course time or location and the team of lecturers at any time. VieSID reserves the right to postpone a course until 2 weeks before the official course start. VieSID is not liable for any related costs arising the participant from such a postponement.
  8. VieSID reserves the right to cancel courses upon 2 weeks upfront to the course start. The participant will be informed promptly and is entitled to a refund of the deposit paid. Any further demands or indemnification claims are precluded. VieSID is not liable for any related costs arising from the cancellation and postponement.
  9. Cancellation during an ongoing course by the student does not release the student from the full payment obligation of the respective course fees.
  10. VieSID accepts no liability or compensation for changes or cancellations due to force majeure.
  11. Photos of participants taken during the course may be used by VieSID for promotion purposes.
  12. These Terms and Conditions are governed by Austrian law and any legal disputes shall be settled by the Austrian courts having subject-matter jurisdiction.