Terms & Conditions

1. Scope
These General Terms and Conditions (“GTC”) apply to the entire business area of Virginia Molet Echevarria (“Company”).

2. Minimum age and information requirements
By accepting these General Terms and Conditions, the customer confirms that the data they have provided is correct. In particular, they confirm that he is at least 18 years old at the time of registration. If false statements by the customer lead to damage for the company, this will be passed on to the customer.

3. Registration
Registration for the coaching programs and events offered by the company takes place via email. The contract is concluded upon completion of the registration process. The registration is binding and obliges the participants to pay the course fee.

The coaching program is available in the period for which it was booked. The later catch-up of coaching sessions at a later time than the originally booked time is only possible under the conditions according to Section 4.

4. Cancellation
Cancellations from coaching programs must be made in writing or by email to virginia@virginiamolet.com. If you cancel up to 14 days before the booked event, the course fee will be waived in full. Amounts already paid will be refunded.

In the event of a missing or late cancellation, the course fee remains due in full. A refund of amounts already paid will not take place. Failure to pay the course fee does not count as cancellation.

5. Rebooking
If you change your booking up to 3 days before the start of the course, there are no additional fees. If a rebooking takes place from a cheaper to a more expensive course, the difference is due accordingly. In the event of a late rebooking, the course fee for the originally booked course remains due in full. A refund of amounts already paid will not take place.

6. Payment Options
The company offers course participants the invoice and transfer payment option. The customer is obliged to pay the invoiced amount in full 14 days before the start day of the course. If the invoice is not paid within the aforementioned payment period, the customer will be warned. If the customer does not pay the invoice within the set reminder period, he is automatically in default.

7. Prices
The price of the offer is applicable on the date of the agreement.

8. Exclusions from Events
The company reserves the right to exclude participants from an event in justified cases. The entire course fee remains due. There will be neither a pro rata refund nor a waiver of the course fee. Justified cases are in particular: disturbance of the smooth running of the event, harassment, intentional damage to property,  defamation.

9. Conducting events for course participants
In order to be able to carry out the course under optimal conditions, the company can set a minimum and maximum number of participants for each learning and further training offer, which can be adjusted by the company if necessary. Course places will be allocated in the order in which registrations are received (subject to timely payment). If the number of participants is insufficient, the company reserves the right not to hold the course and to waive or refund the course fee. The  company also reserves the right to cancel courses and events announced in the program for other reasons for which the company is not responsible. Course fees  already paid will be refunded.

Further claims by the participants, in particular claims for damages in the event of changes or cancellation of a course, are expressly excluded. If there are not  enough participants in a course, it may happen in individual cases that the company carries out the course subject to the consent of the participants, but increases the course fee accordingly or, where it makes sense, reduces the number of lessons while the price remains the same.

10. Intellectual Property Rights
The company is entitled to all rights to the products, services and any trademarks or is authorized to use them by the owner. Neither these General Terms and Conditions nor the associated individual agreements contain the transfer of any intellectual property rights, unless this is explicitly mentioned.

Participants are not permitted to record events on video or audio media. In addition, any further use, publication and making available of information, images, texts or anything else that the customer receives in connection with these provisions is prohibited unless expressly authorized by the company. Certain events are recorded by the company on video and/or audio media. The participants in the events agree that the company may use the recordings for their appearance on their social media channels and website and that the participants may be recognizable on these recordings.

11. Disclaimer and Insurance
For all courses and events organized by the company, the company excludes any liability for damage incurred. Participants are responsible for adequate insurance coverage. Use of the company’s facilities is at your own risk. The company cannot be held responsible for theft or loss of items. In case the course is taking on site participants are obliged to comply with the current official instructions (e.g. hygiene rules) and the instructions of the company on the company’s premises. Visiting the company’s premises (including partners, external workshops and premises rented to other companies) is prohibited for participants with symptoms of illness, suspected infection with communicable pathogens and/or a quarantine (officially or personally) ordered. The risk of infection cannot be completely ruled out even if the hygiene rules are observed. The company excludes any liability in this regard. The participant cannot derive any rights from the failure to achieve learning goals/success, in particular no refund of course fees.

12. Changes
In principle, the version of the General Terms and Conditions that is in force at the time the contract is concluded applies to customers. Unless the customer has agreed to a newer version of the General Terms and Conditions.

13. Priority
These General Terms and Conditions take precedence over all older provisions and contracts. Only provisions from written individual contracts, which specify the provisions of these General Terms and Conditions, take precedence over these General Terms and Conditions.

14. Severability Clause
Should a provision of this contract or an enclosure of this contract be or become invalid, this shall not affect the validity of the rest of the contract. The contracting parties will replace the ineffective provision with an effective provision that comes as close as possible to the intended economic purpose of the invalid provision. The same applies to any gaps in the contract.

15. Force Majeure
If timely fulfillment by the company, its suppliers or engaged third parties is prevented as a result of force majeure such as pandemics, natural disasters, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, avalanches, storms, thunderstorms, storms, wars, unrest, civil wars, revolutions and uprisings, terrorism, sabotage, strikes, nuclear accidents or reactor damage is impossible, the company is released from fulfilling the affected obligations for the duration of the force majeure
and a reasonable start-up period after its end. If the force majeure lasts longer than 30 (thirty) days, the company can withdraw from the contract. The company must reimburse the customer in full for any payment already made. Any further claims, in particular claims for damages as a result of vis major, are excluded.

16. Governing Law / Jurisdiction
These GTC are subject to Swiss law. Unless there are mandatory statutory provisions, the place of jurisdiction is Zurich, Switzerland. The company is free to bring an action at the defendant’s place of business. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Products (SR is explicitly excluded.