Terms and Conditions

Coda Music Centre Terms and Conditions

Coda Music Trust is a registered charity and is non-profit making. We provide a wide range of services and are reliant upon our customers, clients and users to pay their invoices promptly in order to safeguard Coda’s operations.

The following sets out our terms and conditions:

Classes start promptly please don’t be late as missed time for lateness cannot be made up.

Practice. Regular practice is a key part of learning music and without it, you will not progress. Coda provides a practice book at no cost to encourage and monitor practice.

Special needs. Everyone is welcome at Coda regardless of ability. It is a condition of enrolment that Coda is made aware of any special needs, requirements or medical conditions . This includes allergies (such as to nuts).

Photography and Video. From time to time Coda will take photographs or video during classes and activities. These may be used in our publicity and on our website. If you do not wish for your image or your child’s image to be used in this way please tell us.

Children. Coda is not responsible for children outside of their music lesson. Please do not leave children at Coda unsupervised.

Smoking. Coda does not permit smoking anywhere on its premises.

Your property. Coda does not accept liability for loss or damage to any personal possessions. Please ensure you keep all valuables with you. The Centre is a public place – please have regard for your property.

Car Parking. Vehicles and their contents are left at Coda at the owner’s risk. Coda has close residential neighbours, please leave the premises quietly and do not leave car engines running/music playing whilst waiting.

Invoices When booking lessons at Coda, you are committing to a term of weekly lessons and lessons are invoiced termly. Invoices for the subsequent term are issued automatically.

Deputy Tutors Coda reserves the right to provide a deputy tutor when necessary.

Notice Four weeks written notice must be given if, for any reason, you do not wish to continue with your lessons. If notice is not given, a sum equivalent to four weeks fee is charged.

Payment.  Fees are payable 28 days from receipt of your invoice. If payment is not received, Coda will fill the space with another student.

If Coda cancels a lesson the missed lesson will be refunded or credited back to you.

Missed lessons due to student’s absence are payable at the normal rate and will not be refunded.

Payment Types. We accept payment by direct transfer, cards, cheque or cash. Cheques should be made payable to Coda Music Trust with name and class details on the back. If paying in cash, please obtain a receipt. This receipt must be produced should there be any query with regard to cash payments. Online payments can be made to the bank details on your invoice.

Bursary Scheme. In order to support students who may have difficulty in affording the full cost of lessons or music therapy sessions, Coda Music Trust has set aside limited funds for a bursary scheme. Contact the office for a form.

Conduct we expect everybody to behave respectfully. We do not tolerate aggression or behaviours which interfere with the rights of others.

Coda reserves the right to terminate lessons at its discretion where behaviour is not consistant with our standards of conduct.

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Coda Music Trust is a registered charity no:1068710