Conflict Dynamics Payment and Cancellation Terms This course is in high demand. A 50% payment of the amount of the invoice is required to secure your place. Once full payment has been received you will start receiving the materials for the course and can begin your preparation. Full payment is required before the course commences. Payment plans are possible. Payment can be made by credit card or bank transfer. These details will be set out on your invoice. Participants are urged to give priority to Conflict Dynamics training days and not to cancel or transfer dates. The course involves a significant amount of group activity and the number and composition of these groups, the provision of course materials and the opportunity for other participants to join the course and to obtain maximum benefit from the course is seriously affected by cancellations and transfers, particularly when they are at short notice. All cancellations to bookings of courses must be submitted in writing. Cancellation charges will apply as follows: A cancellation fee of 50% of the full fee will be payable for cancellation between 14 and 7 calendar days before the course and 100% of the full fee if the cancellation is made less than 7 calendar days prior to the commencement of the course. Any of the above charges may be waived by Conflict Dynamics at its discretion and, in particular, a full or partial refund, less an administration charge of R1 000, may be given where Conflict Dynamics has been able to secure a replacement participant for the course. In the unlikely event of cancellation of a course by Conflict Dynamics, or alteration by Conflict Dynamics of the timing, date or location of a course, in such a way as precludes attendance, a full refund will be offered but any further liability disclaimed. In the case of a Force Majeure, that is any circumstance beyond the control of Conflict Dynamics the course may be relocated, reorganised or cancelled. What would be considered to be a force majeure includes, but is not limited to the following circumstances: acts of God, fire, explosion, adverse weather conditions, flood, earthquake, failure of energy sources or transport network, terrorism, riot, civil commotion, war, disease or epidemic, hostilities, strikes, work stoppages, slow-downs, or other industrial disputes, accidents, riots or civil-disturbances, acts of government, lack of power, non-performance or delays by suppliers or material shortages.