1. Primary Care Training Centre (PCTC) has the right to refuse any applicant admission to, or continuance in, a module, at its discretion.
  2. Copyright in all learning materials belongs to the PCTC and that they are supplied on the condition that they must not be copied or disposed of or transferred to any other person or party.
  3. All applicants must hold a current health professional registration or practise in an appropriate health care setting.
  4. All students on accredited courses will be required to complete a registration form for Teesside University in order to gain credits for the module/course.
  5. On receipt of a confirmed start date, students have seven days in which to contact the PCTC to request an alternative date if the original is not suitable.
  6. Students who ask to be allocated to a new module more than seven days after their course dates are confirmed will be charged an administration fee.
  7. Students who wish to withdraw from a module must inform the PCTC in writing no less than fourteen days prior to the start date of the course. Failure to do so will result in the full fee being due.
  8. Students who refer any part of a module will be charged an additional fee for re-assessment.
  9. Students who sit an exam or submit coursework on a different date to that which they were originally allocated may be required to purchase up to date learning materials.
  10. Fees are not transferable to another student.
  11. All our prices are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate
  12. Students who are eligible for and are allocated a pre-funded place under a sponsorship scheme and subsequently fail to attend will be charged the full fee for their course or study day, regardless of whether or not they have returned any additional paperwork. This amount will be returned to the funding organisation.
  13. PCTC reserves the right to cancel a module or course.
  14. PCTC reserves the right to alter the structure of any module or course without prior notice provided the quality is not reduced.
  15. If any of these terms and conditions are held to be invalid or unenforceable, that will not affect the validity and enforceability of the rest.

Health Education Yorkshire & The Humber funding:

  1. In order to qualify for funding, students must work in the NHS in the Health Education Yorkshire and The Humber (HEYH) region.
  2. If your application is successful, you will receive an email confirming your place on a module. At this point, your application is considered official and binding.
  3. Failure to complete any HEYH funded module will result in the student or their practice being charged for their place.  This amount will then be returned to the HEYH.
  4. The PCTC will inform your employer if you withdraw or defer from a course of study for which you have received an HEYH funded place.
  5. If you have received an email confirming your place and you wish to cancel your application, you must let the PCTC know not less than fourteen days prior to the start date of your course. Failure to do so may result in your practice being charged for your place.