Cancellations and Refunds of Seven Training
How many days do you have to cancel your course?
Seven Training appreciate that occasionally unforeseen circumstances will arise that mean you are unable to attend a pre-booked training course. We offer all delegates a 28-day minimum period in which you can cancel the booking and receive a full refund.
How do I cancel a course?
If you would like to cancel your booking with Seven Training you can do this either by telephone or e-mail.
Tel: 01473 261777 asking for a member of the Training Team
Why is it a 28 day period prior to courses?
All of our courses are in high demand with the objective of having the optimum numbers of delegates to ensure the most beneficial training day possible for the delegates attending. Allowing a 28 day period gives us a suitable amount of time to find another delegate who is interested in participating in this course in order to fill any canceled spaces.
What happens after the 28 day period has passed?
You will be charged the full amount of the course in the event you are unable to attend. The courses have set costs for the trainers, venue hire and refreshments for the delegates. We rely on the attendance of your businesses delegates to cover the costs of these resources required to deliver the training courses.
"Seven Training provided good training locations and facilities for all courses delivered. Our drivers all said the CPC courses were very enjoyable and engaging, they particularly liked the trainers use of their personal experiences rather than using slide shows of other incidents. "
"The trainer utilised very good content to back up his impressive subject knowledge when making his points. The high-quality training equipment and environment also contributed to making this an enjoyable day, I would definitely use Seven Driver Training again."
"The trainers delivery style ensured the learners were fully engaged, giving them the opportunity to practice their skills significantly prior to assessment"
"The trainer identified each trainee learning style and asked questions appropriate to meet their learning needs, he had established a good rapport with his audience and easily engaged them in practical activities and discussions"