Regulations

2019-08-27

TRAINING REGULATIONS AT CLICO

 I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

  1. These Regulations lay down the rules of organizing training courses and the terms and conditions of participating in them, and shall apply from April 23, 2019 until they are revoked or amended.
  2. Terms used in these Regulations shall mean:
  3. a) Personal Data – any and all information about an identified or identifiable natural person, including but not limited to name, identification number, location data and online identifier, as defined in Regulation (EU) No 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (GDPR) (OJ L 119, 2016, p. 1)
  4. b) Training – an event to which these Regulations apply, the scope and dates of which are described in detail in each Training offer,
  5. c) Notification – an electronic form of informing Participants about the Training,
  6. d) Organizer – Clico Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością with its registered office in Kraków, ul. Oleandry 2, 30-063 Kraków, registered at the District Court for Kraków-Śródmieście in Kraków, 11th Commercial Division of the National Court Register under KRS no. 0000107000, NIP (tax ID) 6770009678, with share capital of PLN 51,000.00, phone +48 (12) 378 37 00, e-mail support@clico.pl,
  7. e) Third Party – a natural person, a legal person or an organizational unit without legal personality as defined by Polish law, other than the Organizer and the Participant,
  8. f) Training Venue – location or address where the Training will be held, Notified to the Participant via the e-mail address provided by them,
  9. g) Registration – an activity carried out to register the Participant to take part in the Training,
  10. h) Force Majeure – an external, unpredictable accidental or natural (disastrous) event, including but not limited to fire, explosion, power failure, earthquake, flood, cloudburst, riots, civil or military actions, war, acts of terrorism (including cyberattacks) that make it impossible to carry out the Training or part of it,
  11. i) Fortuitous Event – an external, unpredictable accidental or natural event concerning the Organizer, a third party or the Training host, including but not limited to traffic accident and illness preventing the Training or part of it from being carried out,
  12. j) Participant – a natural person taking part in the Training after Registration,
  13. k) Agreement – an agreement for participating in and organizing the Training, concluded between the Participant and the Participant’s Employer, based on the number of Participants who have completed a confirmed Registration, in accordance with the rules specified herein.

 II. TRAINING

  1. The Training’s subject, date, venue and rules of participation shall be specified by the Organizer in each Training’s offer, published at clico.pl. The Training might be addressed to a limited number of Participants with specific skills or Participants who are employees of third parties dealing with a specific IT area. The Organizer reserves the right to verify compliance with the terms and conditions of participation in the Training if they have been determined.
  2. Participants may receive certificates of participation in the Training if the Organizer provided for such a possibility.

 III.  REGISTRATION

  1. Registration, the terms of which are specified in each Training offer, is a prerequisite for participating in the Training.
  2. Applications to participate in the Training are accepted until the pool of available seats is depleted.
  3. Recruitment for training courses is closed 7 days before the course start date.
  4. The minimum number of Participants at Clico Warszawa is 4, and at Clico Kraków, Rzeszów or Katowice – 3. If the number of participants in the group 7 days before the Training is smaller than the minimum number, the Training’s date is put forward.
  5. The acceptance of the application by the Organizer constitutes the confirmation of the Participant’s participation in the Training.
  6. The Organizer has the right to deny a Participant participation in the Training.
  7. Any and all materials prepared for the Training are sent to the Participant’s e-mail address provided by them.
  8. The Participant shall read these Regulations before the Training.
  9. By registering, the Participant agrees to photographing, audio-video recording and making transcripts during the Training in which the Participant takes part. The Organizer has the right to use photos / recordings / fragments of transcripts with the Participant’s likeness constituting only a detail of the Training as defined in Article 81.2.2 of the Copyright and Related Rights Act of February 4, 1994, for marketing and promotional purposes.
  10. The Participant shall use real data, i.e. consistent with the actual and legal status, including personal data to the use of which the Participant is fully authorized.
  11. The Participant shall take part in the Training in a way that does not lead to hindering or disrupting its course. The Participant shall not take any actions that are against generally applicable law or common decency, or actions that violate personal rights of other Participants, third parties or legitimate interests of the Organizer or other Participants or third parties. The Organizer has the right to request the Participant to leave the Training if the Participant does not comply with the above rules. In such case, the Participant is not entitled to reimbursement of the Training costs.
  12. The Organizer reserves the right to conduct a survey regarding the general opinion of the Participants and the level of satisfaction with the Training and its organization. Surveys may be carried out on paper or via the Participant’s e-mail address.
  13. The Organizer may keep and publish statistics about the Training.
  14. The Organizer reserves the right to expand the properties and functionalities of the Training on its own discretion. These changes may not lead to lowering the Training’s quality.
  15. The Organizer reserves the right to make changes to the Training’s curriculum and to cancel the Training in whole or in part if force majeure or fortuitous events occur.

IV. TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

  1. Registration for the Training requires an Internet connection. Access to the https://clico.xx/trainings website is free, via the Internet.
  2. If the Training is organized online, the Organizer shall in each Training offer specify technical conditions necessary to participate in the Training.

V. TRAINING PRICE

  1. The Training price is each time specified in the Training offer.
  2. In the Training offer, the Organizer shall indicate which services are included.
  3. The price is payable in advance, within the deadline and to the Organizer’s bank account specified in the Training offer, unless the Organizer specifies the payment term in a different manner and based on an agreement with the Participant or entity ordering the Training for the Participant.
  4. The Organizer reserves the right to offer rebates and discounts to selected Participants.
  5. Prices quoted in the offer are NET prices which shall be increased by applicable VAT – currently 23% for all training courses and examinations.
  6. Settlements with the Organizer are made in PLN using the currency sell rate of the National Bank of Poland as of the date of issuing the invoice. On the invoice, the Organizer specifies the manner and term of payment: bank transfer, 7 days.

VI. PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION

  1. The Organizer is the controller of the Participant’s personal data, contact regarding the protection of personal data is possible at: Oleandry 2, 30-063 Kraków or by sending an e-mail to: ado@clico.pl.
  2. Personal data is processed for: 
  3. Registration,
  4. statistical and analytical purposes,
    1. concluding the Agreement and shaping its content, amending or terminating the Agreement and/or proper provision of Services,
    2. purposes necessary to pursue legitimate interests of the Organizer, including pursuing claims for damages, debt collection and enforcement within the scope of the Agreement or Services performed, and the processing does not violate the rights and freedoms of the data subject,
    3. the legal basis for such processing is Article 6(1)(a) of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation).

     

    1. The controller processes the following categories of the Participant’s personal data:

    -           data identifying the person, including full name and employer data,

    -           phone and address details, including phone number and e-mail address.

    1. Personal data processed in connection with the performance of the Agreement, until completing the performance of the Agreement and exhausting the legitimate interests of the Organizer, to pursue claims related to the performance of the Agreement, and in the event of giving consent to receive commercial information – until the Participant withdraws the consent or the Organizer stops marketing activities.
    2. The Organizer reserves the right to disclose personal data to entities authorized under applicable law: law enforcement authorities, offices, courts or other entities authorized to such disclosure by applicable law, in the scope and for the purpose required by these entities and the law. Personal data may be disclosed to third parties which process personal data at the request of the Organizer, including entities cooperating with the Organizer to carry out the Training or entities on behalf of or to the benefit of which the Training is being organized, including third parties, not based in the European Union, provided that such third parties process personal data in accordance with GDPR, under an agreement and in accordance with the Organizer’s instructions.
    3. Participants have the right to access their personal data and demand their rectification, erasure or restriction of processing, and the right to data portability. If the processing of personal data is carried out with the Participant’s consent, the Participant has the right to withdraw consent at any time, which shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal. The Participant has the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority responsible for personal data protection. To exercise the rights set out in §6, please contact the Organizer in the manner specified in §6.1 of the Regulations.

     

    • VII.  LIABILITY
    1. The Organizer is not liable for:
    2. a) incorrectly entered data by the Participant,
    3. b) lack of Internet access preventing from Registration or participation in the Training, or limiting its availability,
    4. c) the Participant being unable to travel to the Training,
    5. d) damage incurred and benefits lost by the Participant or third parties as a result of providing false data by the person completing the Registration,
    6. e) damage incurred and benefits lost by the Participant or third parties as a result of acts or omissions of third parties on which the Organizer had no influence,
    7. f) damage incurred and benefits lost by the Participant or third parties, which were caused by cancelling the Training or its part by the Organizer as a result of force majeure or fortuitous event.
    8. The Participant takes part in the Training at own risk and responsibility.
    9. The Organizer has no influence on how the Participant is going to use the knowledge and skills acquired during the Training.

     

    • VIII. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
    1. The title and curriculum of the Training, including the website, layout, logos, graphics, photos, audio and video files used to promote the Training as well as slideshows, are the property of the Organizer or a third party (based on an agreement with the Organizer) and are protected by law.
    2. The above markings and materials shall not be used without the written consent of the Organizer or a third party which is the owner of the rights, in particular they shall not be used in connection with third party products or services in a way that may mislead the Organizer’s potential customers or harm the Organizer in any other way. The copying of materials and/or recording the Training, as well as disclosing such materials and recordings is illegal and subject to criminal responsibility.
    3. Participants and third parties may not remove, cover, prevent the reading of or alter trademarks, copyright information and other proprietary notices contained in any materials regarding the Training.
    • IX. COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE
    1. Participants may file complaints in matters related to Registration or participation in the Training.
    2. Complaints shall be submitted in writing to: Clico Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością, ul. Oleandry 2, 30-063 Kraków, or by e-mail to: szkolenia@clico.pl.
    3. Complaints may be filed within 30 days of the day when the Training was conducted or was to be conducted.
    4. A complaint should include at least the Participant’s identification (name, e-mail address), subject matter and reasons for the complaint.
    5. The Organizer shall process complaints within 14 days of their submission, and immediately inform the Participant about the outcome of their processing by e-mail to the provided e-mail address.
    6. If the complaint procedure is violated, the complaint may not be taken into consideration.

     X.  FINAL PROVISIONS

    1. The Organizer reserves the right to unilaterally amend the Regulations without the need to obtain Participants’ consent and without the possibility of raising objections by Participants.
    2. Changes to the Regulations shall enter into force upon publishing the Regulations.
    3. If any provision of these Regulations is amended or cancelled as a result of a final court decision, the remaining provisions shall remain in force.
    4. Any disputes between the Organizer and the Participant will be first resolved amicably, and then by the court competent for the Organizer’s registered office.