Terms and Conditions
Contemporary Training Terms and Conditions version 2018/04 (30 April 2018) as amended on 30 January 2021 and more provisions added 30 June 2022
Amendments done: addition of ‘CIPS’ in various passages and update of urls leading to additional information.
Additions done: Provisions covering the CIMA FLP.
i. All the terms and conditions contained herein are intended to be in accordance with South African laws and can be developed, interpreted, or read in conjunction with South African laws, specifically but not limited to the Electronic Communication and Transaction Act 25 of 2002, the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008, and the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013.
ii. ‘We’ or ‘us’ or ‘our’ refers to Contemporary Training Pty Ltd
iii. Client refers to anyone who we quote/ invoice and who pay us money based on that quote or invoice or who enters into a payment agreement with us based on that quote or invoice.
iv. Student refers to client
v. By enrolling with us or by making payment to us in accordance with the payment details or instructions provided on your quote or invoice, you agree to be bound by the Terms and Conditions contained herein. We reserve the rights to change, modify, add to, or remove from portions or the whole of these Terms and Conditions from time to time. Changes to these Terms and Conditions will become effective upon such changes being posted to www.contemporarytraining.coza and a notification being sent to your email we have. It is your responsibility to periodically check these Terms and Conditions, and should you continue to use our services for more than 7 days after any changes notification is sent to you, then you will be considered to have accepted to abide by and be bound to these Terms and Conditions including the changes/updates. If you do not agree with any changes notify us in writing immediately.
vi. Enrollment for classes, a study option, or a study package is confirmed by signing a payment terms agreement or paying the quoted or invoiced amount in full or in part.
vii. Enrollment is deemed to be for the invoiced or quoted subjects, study option, or study package, for the current semester if no more than two classes have been conducted, and for the semester that follows if more than two classes have been conducted.
viii. Subject to xiii below, students can choose, postpone, defer, or alter the semester they want to enrol in for a certain subject prior to class start dates and before the third class session, but only by notifying us via email and receiving an acknowledgement of their email from us.
ix. Contemporary Training has the right to postpone classes if the enrollment for that particular class is less than 2 students. A student can elect a full refund for that postponed/ cancelled class.
x. Refunds can only be paid to the account which paid us or to another account if there is signed written request by the owner or representative of the owner of the account that paid us. Cancellations for a refund from students are accepted in writing and without penalty up to 5 days prior to class start dates. Students who cancel class enrolment outside the aforementioned cancellation period may be charged cancellation penalties or may not be entitled to any refunds, unless they are unable to attend as a result of incapacity (e.g., continued hospitalisation/ a medical condition) or where, at sole discretion of Contemporary Training, it is deemed impossible for students to continue with their studies.
xi. No refund will be paid for CIMA FLP, CIPS, Self-study options/ packages (access to any learning portal) once access has been created or granted unless if a refund has been allowed by CIMA or any of our partners in the provision of the relevant learning portal. CIMA FLP and CIPS enrolment cancellations will always incur cancellation penalties.
xii. The Client remains solely responsible to ensure that they are registered with professional bodies, in time for the right level or subjects and that all assessment / exam fees have been remitted to the relevant examining body by the due date prior to any exams.
xiii. The ability to postpone/ defer or change semesters is limited by the fact that a student has the following timeframes from date of enrolment to attend classes after which they will have to request a new quote and enrol afresh.
xiii timeframes within which a student has to utilise the fees they paid or are supposed to pay
Number of subjects enrolled – Time Period
Students with 1 /2 subjects – Up to 12 Months
Students with 3/4 subjects – Up to 18 Months
Students with more than 4 subjects – Up to 30 Months
xiv. Students would have forfeited their studies, classes fees, study option fees , or their study package fees and exam fees if they do not attend classes or take exams within the above timeframes in xii. The student has the same above timeframes to utilise any Body exam fees, from date of enrolment. Students will forfeit their exam fees if they are not utilised within the above timeframes unless an extension was requested in writing and was granted.
xv. In the event that there are material adverse exchange rates fluctuations, or any fee increases before your professional Body fees are remitted to your professional body, we may contact you to top up or pay the difference.
xvi. If a student cancels their studies, postpones their studies or forfeits their studies any outstanding invoiced amounts will still need to be settled by the student.
xvii. Any compliments/ complaints should be directed to email@example.com, should you not be happy with the feedback or resolve please escalate to firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively to email@example.com
xviii. Our study options can be accessed on this link: