These terms and conditions will govern your membership with Sustainability and Environmental Education (SEEd).
In these terms and conditions the following words shall bear the following meaning:
- SEEd means Sustainability and Environmental Education, The Co-op Centre, Upper Unit 5, Bay 4, 11 Mowll Street, SW9 6BG
- Member means any Member of SEEd or any person or persons intending to or who have applied for membership of SEEd upon the terms and conditions contained herein.
- Membership Year means the Membership Year will run for 12 months from the date that a Member joins SEEd and payment is made.
- Event or Events means any of the activities or events organised by SEEd
- Attendee means any person or persons intending to, or who have applied to attend a SEEd event.
- Website means the SEEd Website: www.se-ed.org.uk.
Members of SEEd will be invited to attend events organised by SEEd. Details of such events will be uploaded on the Website as well as being emailed to all Members by e-newsletter or email.
All other membership benefits (such as discounts) can be found on the Website and will be offered directly to Members. SEEd cannot guarantee the availability of Member to Member offers, and any goods or services provided may be subject to additional conditions.
1a. Membership details and Events
All applications for membership of SEEd are to be made via the SEEd Membership Application form. By submitting the application form, the Member is deemed to have signed the application form.
On completion of an application form a confirmation is sent from SEEd, each new Member will receive an email which will contain a membership number. On acceptance of the membership application by SEEd, Members shall be bound during the continuance of membership by these Terms and Conditions including any amendments made in accordance with the procedure set out below.
SEEd reserves the right at all times and in its absolute discretion to determine the number of Members in SEEd and may accept or reject applications for membership as it feels fit.
Members of corporate memberships must all be part of the same cost centre or department or all work at the same site. The Lead Member is responsible for annual membership renewal and will be SEEd’s first point of contact for any enquiries. All membership monies are payable in sterling, with preferred payment being an online payment. Payment can be made by a debit payment or by credit card. Payment can also be made by cheque or BACS. Membership fees are revised annually and will be notified to Members in writing. Clause 5 contains cancellation rights.
Any organisational Member wishing to change, add or delete any information on themselves held on the website are able to do so by emailing amended details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the case of organisational membership, the following will apply:
Small organisations: max 2 attendees per event at discounted rates
Organisation Members agree not to post any material which infringes third party intellectual property rights;
1b. Terminating membership
Membership is to be renewed annually. SEEd will email each Member once the membership is coming up to renewal. If a Member does not pay the annual membership fee then the membership is not continued and the Member will not have the benefit of membership.
SEEd reserves the right to expel Members or to prevent any Member from participating in any Event or from renewing membership if the Member puts the organisation into disrepute or if a Member continuously fails to attend events which they have signed up to or if the Member is misusing any forum (for example, using the discussion forum to send chain letters).
If, for whatever reason, a Member wishes to terminate their Membership, they must give 28 days notice of this in writing to SEEd. We regret we are unable to offer refunds if membership is cancelled for whatever reason before the renewal date unless we receive notice of cancellation within 14 days of taking out membership.
2. SEEd EVENTS
SEEd Supporters will be informed of forthcoming Events by e-newsletter or on the Website. Members and others can sign up to an event via the Website event booking form. Payment for attendance at an Event can be made by cheque, BACS or Paypal.
Attendees shall not hold SEEd responsible or liable in any way whatsoever for the cancellation for whatever reason of an Event. If an attendee has signed up to attend an Event but is unable to attend the Event, that attendee must contact email@example.com at least 2 weeks prior to the Event. If notification is received from an attendee prior to 2 weeks before the event, a 50% refund of Event attendance monies will be given. If notice is received after this, the attendee will not be entitled to a refund.
Where cancellation arises and is the fault of a supplier of an Event, SEEd will use its reasonable endeavours to procure the return of the booking fees and any other monies paid by attendee for such Event.
Attendees agree to comply with any necessary health and safety regulations applicable to any Event attended.
3. VARIATION OF TERMS & CONDITIONS
These terms and conditions may be revised from time to time. If they are revised, we will post the revised version to you or email them to you. It will be your responsibility to keep up- to date with all such changes and your membership renewal and continued use of the Website shall be deemed acceptance of any changes to these terms and conditions.
4. DATA PROTECTION AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
It is your responsibility to keep your password/membership number and log-in details confidential and use the security devices offered.
Our security measures depend on you complying with this obligation and we are not responsible for any breach of your privacy due to your failure either to keep your password / membership details secure or to use the other security devices correctly.
We will use your data to administer your membership and Events you attend as well as keep you informed. When you attend an Event your name may be included on a delegate list. Where you obtain information about other Members you must use this in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
If you have a concern about how another Member is using your personal data, or if you think it is being used in breach of these terms, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You acknowledge that the Internet is not a completely secure medium, and we therefore cannot be responsible for breaches of security arising out of intentional and/or unauthorised attempts to access the Website, for example, by computer hackers. In addition, we are not responsible for the use made of your personal data by other Members who access it through the Website.
5. GOVERNING LAW
These terms and conditions shall be interpreted in accordance with English law and all disputes shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.