Terms & Conditions

Terms and Conditions of business for the supply of training by Skyward Training Ltd, (herein after called “The Company”) are deemed to be accepted by the Client by virtue of a booking or engagement of the services of The Company. The Client accepts responsibility under the various provisions in that behalf contained in the Health and Safety at Work act 1974 and will ensure that all trainees will not contravene any ‘duty’ or instruction imposed by law.

1. Where instructors supplied by the company operate on the Client’s premises or under the Client’s control, it is the Client’s responsibility to ensure that they are protected by adequate insurance against employer’s liability and third party risks arising during or related to the supply of training requirements of the Client.

2. The company reserves the right to sub-contract the provision of training to its subsidiaries or associates, and such contractors shall for the purposes of the performance of this contract be in the same position as The Company.

3. We reserve the right not to admit or expel delegates without liability if in our absolute discretion their behavior is inconsistent with our reputation or the management of the course.

4. Each trainee must inform us in writing of any medical condition which may affect them or others.  (e.g. epilepsy, diabetes), The Company will keep such information in confidence. In addition, for courses which involve physical activity, it is the responsibility of each trainee to take appropriate medical advice that they are fit to take part.

5. The client will accept full responsibility for all statutory requirements placed upon a client by the relevant governing bodies and the Acts including the maintenance and safety of vehicles, plant, lifting equipment, protective clothing and all applicable insurances including any loss, injury or damage sustained during the course or training, or arising out of neglect and/or breach of statutory duty by the Client or any other way.