Once a place has been accepted on a course (either
in writing, via email or by telephone) students then enter into a financial
contract with Lorna Marchant and ICT. Students are liable to pay a deposit when the place
If employers have undertaken to pay the fees, we can only invoice
sponsors (i.e. employers and other who will pay the student’s course fee) once
their full details have been received. This information must be provided as
soon as possible after an offer is accepted. Sponsors will be invoiced for the
full course fee.
All students will be invoiced on an annual basis
for course fees. Unless otherwise stated, all course fees are per annum.
refund policy: I
n the event of a student withdrawing from an accepted place within the
four weeks prior to the course start date, ICT will charge an
administration fee of 10% of the full course fee. If a student withdraws after
commencement of the course, the full fees for the year are payable.
Courses of more
than one term duration:
Payment of fees must
be arranged before attendance on the course in one of the following ways:
1) To be paid in full 28 days before the
commencement of the course
2) By standing Order Form authorising equal
monthly payments to ICT to the full value of the course fees on dates
agreed with ICT. The first payment must be made before the commencement
of the course. If payment is not made on the due date as agreed with Lorna
Marchant and ICT the full amount outstanding becomes due. It is the student’s
responsibility to ensure payment is made each month on the due date.
3) A sponsorship agreement by providing full
details of the sponsor to Lorna Marchant at ICT as soon as possible
after acceptance of the course offered.
courses and CPD events:
Courses up to and including one term duration are classed as part
of the CPD programme (excluding the Level 2 course and the Introduction to
counselling adolescents course) and must be paid in full before the course
If payment is not received ICT reserves the right to
suspend you from the course. Legal proceedings may be instituted. An award will
not be made if there are outstanding fees and ICT will withhold
assessment results and certificates until debts are cleared.
If ICT cancel a course all fees paid will be refunded.