Cancellation policy for open seminars:
- If participation in the seminar is canceled up to 8 weeks before the date: No cancellation fee.
- If participation is canceled between 8 and 6 weeks before the date: 50% of the participation fee.
- Cancellations after 6 weeks before the date of the course will be charged 100% of the participation fee.
- This cancellation rule does not apply if a mutual agreement to change the deadline is reached between SyBeSt® and the participant before the cancellation deadline expires or if a representative is named by the participant.
Withdrawal from the contract by SyBeSt®:
- SyBeSt® reserves the right to cancel the course in the event of force majeure (in particular illness, accident, etc. of the trainer) or other circumstances for which SyBeSt® is not responsible (war, life-threatening circumstances at the place of execution, etc.).
- In such cases, the participant will be notified as soon as possible. If possible, a replacement trainer will be named. Any resulting additional costs for SyBeSt® will be borne by SyBeSt®. Otherwise an alternative date will be named.
Payment terms and deadlines:
- The fee will be invoiced immediately after booking with immediate payment terms. The invoice is usually sent by e-mail.
- Payment in installments can be agreed individually.
- In the event of default, SyBeSt® reserves the right to charge default interest of 8 % above the current prime rate in accordance with §247 BGB.
Copyright and rights of use:
- SyBeSt® is the owner of all rights to concepts, training documents, material, and hand-outs.
- Any use of these concepts, training documents, material, and/or hand-outs or passing them on to third parties outside the training measures, in particular the reproduction and/or duplication of
Training documents - including excerpts - in any form is prohibited.
- Copyright notices, trademarks or brand names may not be removed.
- In all other respects, the statutory provisions, in particular copyright and criminal law, apply.
- Participants commit to treating the contributions and identities of other participants as strictly confidential, unless explicitly requested by individuals. Failure to do so may have legal consequences.