Online Booking Terms and Conditions
City Colleges Education Ltd, trading as ‘Ashfield College’
Welcome to the ashfieldcollege.ie website (“The Site”) from City Colleges Education ltd, where you may book and pay for courses delivered by Ashfield College.
These terms and conditions govern your use of the site. Please read them carefully before booking any course.
By booking a course you agree to accept without modification the Terms and Conditions below. By using the site, you are deemed to consent to and accept these terms and conditions.
Please read the Terms and Conditions carefully.
Changes to these Terms and Conditions
We reserve the right to change these terms and conditions at any time. Any changes are effective immediately upon posting to the site. Your continued use of the site constitutes your agreement to such terms and conditions.
In order to book a course, you must be at least 18 years old and you must be legally capable of entering into binding contracts.
Availability of Courses
Any booking for courses placed through this site is made subject to availability. We reserve the right to decline to supply any individual or company, or to refuse any booking for a course.
Payment can be made online using one of the following payment methods: VISA, MasterCard, VISA Debit and Laser.
Course fees must be paid in full at time of booking. Under no circumstances will course fees be refunded after the course has commenced (See Refund Policy).
Ashfield College reserves the right to change course schedules, with reasonable notice, and to postpone or cancel a course. In the event of cancellation, the College will refund all fees paid. In the event that an agreed 3rd party payee does not pay for the course in its entirety, the student will be liable for the full amount outstanding to the College.
Ashfield College shall not be liable for any failure of or delay in the performance of this agreement for the period that such failure or delay is beyond the reasonable control of Ashfield College, materially affects the performance of any of its obligations under this agreement, and could not reasonably have been foreseen or provided against (examples of force majeure under this agreement include, but are not limited to acts of God, pandemic, terrorist attack, governmental order, strikes, and lack of supplies), but will not be excused for failure or delay resulting from only general economic conditions or other general market effects.