If you have paid a deposit only, remainder of course fees must be paid 14 days before your course begins. If you are late in paying the remainder of course fees, someone else will take your place and you will not be able to attend the course date you originally chose.
Full fee paying students can also take your place on the course you have chosen if the course becomes 'fully booked' before the 14 day rule applies. Your deposit will be carried forward to the next intake and cannot be refunded. You will be asked one more time to pay the remainder of course fees, failure to do so will result in loss of deposit. If in doubt, always pay the full fee to avoid dissapointment. The Opportunity to pay a deposit to reserve your course place is to help individuals who dont have the immediate funds to pay the course fees in full. We like to help where we can, but cannot guarantee a place unless all students pay in full.
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The London Academy of Media, Film & TV course checkout uses a secure
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are completed on Secpay's system, which in turn connects directly to
the banking network to authorise payments.Secpay is a specialist in the
provision of online payment systems and uses its own secure servers to
process card payments. Our payment screen is hosted with Secpay and
provides a connection to the banking network. Secpay's system also runs
on secure servers, certified by Thawte. For more detailed information
about Secpay, you can visit the Secpay website (http://www.secpay.com).
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view, the links you click and other actions taken in connection with
London Academy of Media, Film & Television sites and services. We
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every website you visit, such as your IP address, browser type and
language, access times and referring Web site addresses.
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protecting the security of your personal information. We use a variety
of security technologies and procedures to help protect your personal
information from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure. For example,
we store the personal information you provide on computer systems with
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Advertised Tutors and Courses
There will be times where the advertised tutor will not be available to run the
course. This could be due to sickness,
other professional engagements or un-forseen
circumstances. However our replacement tutors are of the same standard as the
Changes to course content may occur without notice, primarily this is to benefit the student,
with new software, technology and training techniques to mutually benefit a group of students
within the time frame of the course and to gain and overal improvement of achieving a better
understanding of the subject.
On delivery of final product, all copyrights are retained by The London Academy of Media, Film and TV
which will retain the right to use all footage for their own promotional purposes.
This may include promotional use on any third party content providers.