Terms and conditions - Online Courses

General Terms and Conditions

General Terms and Conditions regarding the use of online courses provided on the website www.mudr-urikova.com


  1. General Provisions

 

    1. Petra Uríková, based Hradská 325, 763 17 Lukov, registered under number 88190170 in the Trade Register, acting in a commercial or other business activity, is the provider of online courses services (hereinafter referred to as "Provider").
    2. The service operated on the website www.mudr-urikova.com allows the Users to use online courses for their own education (hereinafter referred to as "service").
    3. Online course means online content approved by the Provider in the form of lecturing texts and video lessons placed at this website of the Provider (hereinafter referred to as "online course").
    4. User means natural or legal person who has paid an order of an online course of the Provider (hereinafter referred to as "User").
    5. These general Terms and Conditions regulate all relations with the natural or legal persons arising in connection with their use of online courses provided on the Provider's website (hereinafter referred to as "Terms and Conditions").

 

  1. Subject of Services

 

    1. The subject of the service is the User's right to access lecturing texts and video lessons uploaded on the Provider's website.
    2. Videos provided within the online course are only available as online streaming data from the website of the Provider. It is necessary to have a high speed internet connection for watching an online course. It is not possible to download online courses to computer for future watching without internet connection and they are not available either on media such as DVD.

 

  1. Range of Services and Payment Conditions

 

    1. The User can register for the service and he is obliged to provide true and valid data. By registering for the service, the User also expresses his agreement with Terms and Conditions and undertakes to follow the rules specified therein.
    2. The User has the possibility to register for an online course in the service by performing an order.
    3. User access to the online course is conditioned by completing an order and paying the price of online course in full amount, if this is required in the course. Price of each online course is listed on the Provider's website.
    4. By paying the price of an online course, the User acquires the right to access ordered online course from the Provider for the particular number of calendar days, which is given for each online course together with its price. The day of the first opening of the course is considered a first day of this period.
    5. After expiration of the deadline defined in point 3.4, the service ordered is considered as drawn, irrespective of whether the User has used the service or not.
    6. Access to online courses is limited to the number of 4 IP addresses, from which it is possible to enter the online course. Login to online course from any other IP addresses that are over the limit, will be allowed after payment of a sum worth 20% of the total price of the online course.
    7. These conditions do not allow Provider a refund of payments received from the User. The User has the obligation to try playing of online lessons on his technical equipment (hardware and software) and available internet connection before paying the course fee, and competently assess purchase of the course. Trailers or other materials that are provided on the website of the Provider free of charge, can be used for this purpose.
    8. After paying full price of an online course, the User will be provided an access code for the course through his email address.
    9. Payment can be made in the following ways:
      1. By bank transfer to the Provider, account no. 2201107276/2010 – the User will receive an access code to a given course after payment is credited to the account.
      2. Cashless payment using the GOPAY system - the User will receive an access code to a given course immediately after making the payment.

 

  1. Certificates

 

    1. When the access to the course expires, the User has the possibility to obtain a certificate about passing that online course on the basis of a completed test. Access to the online form with the test will be allowed upon the Users request sent to the email address of the service Provider. The completed test will be subsequently evaluated and if the User achieves at least 60% of correct answers, he will be sent the given certificate about passing the online course through email address within 14 days from the evaluation of the test.
    2. The decision on granting a certificate about passing an online course depends solely on the decision of the Provider and there is no legal entitlement to it.

 

  1. Rights and Obligations of the User

 

    1. By filling an order and buying an online course, the User acquires the right to access the online course within a time range defined in Article 3.4.
    2. By filling an order and buying an online course, the User acquires also the right to access the materials for download, which belong to the respective course. These materials are only intended for Users to facilitate studying in the course and to write notes. The User is prohibited to provide these materials to third parties or distribute them in any form.
    3. The User is obliged to pay the price of the online course defined on the Provider's website and in the manner specified in Article 3.8.
    4. The User is obliged to comply with these Terms and Conditions and is obliged to refrain any action which is capable of causing damage to the Provider.
    5. The User must not share an account with a third party. If the Provider finds that such sharing has occurred, and the User therefore violates these Terms and Conditions, the User account will be deleted without the right for any refund.

 

  1. Rights and Obligations of the Provider

 

    1. The Provider has an obligation to set the Users access rights to the ordered online course within 2 working days after receiving the whole payment of the price of an online course from the User.
    2. The Provider does not bear a responsibility in particular for:
      1. Full functionality and availability of the online course service,
      2. Materials or texts accessible on the Provider's website, uploaded by lecturers or third parties,
      3. The quality of services provided by the lecturers and the information given by them,
      4. Any damage or loss of profits.
    3. The Provider has the right to adequately inform the User about his other services in form of advertising messages through User's email address, to which the User has consented. The Provider is obliged to stop sending any advertising message to the User, if the User communicates his disagreement to receive such messages through his email address.

 

  1. Processing of Personal Data

 

    1. In the sense of the Act no. 101/2000 Coll., on Personal Data Protection, the User agrees that the Provider keeps the data entered by the User when ordering an online course in his database, and that he is entitled to process such data for the purposes of commercial relations with the User. This consent is granted for the whole duration of the business relationship with the Provider, unless it is a subject to special law enabling a longer period.
    2. The User acknowledges that he is obliged to provide his personal data correctly and truthfully and that he is obliged to inform the Provider about any change in his personal data without undue delay.

 

  1. Common and Final Provisions

 

    1. These Terms and Conditions as well as the relationship between the parties are subject to Act no. 89/2012 Coll., Civil Code, as amended.
    2. If any provision of these Terms and Conditions becomes invalid or ineffective, a provision whose meaning is as close as possible to the invalid or unenforceable provision comes into force over it. Validity or enforceability of individual provisions shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions.
    3. The Provider reserves the right to unilaterally amend or supplement these Terms and Conditions at any time. The Provider shall notify the User about the change or supplement of Terms and Conditions via email in advance of at least 14 days. Modified or supplemented Terms and Conditions are valid from the moment of their publication. If the User disagrees with changed or supplemented Terms and Conditions, he has a right to terminate his participation through a message sent to the email address of the Provider.
    4. Any communication between the Provider and the User is carried out either in writing or electronically through email addresses.
    5. Both Provider and User agree that they will act in accordance with the purpose of these Terms and Conditions. They commit themselves in particular to provide the necessary cooperation that may be reasonably expected in the circumstances, necessary to meet the obligations arising from these Terms and Conditions.
    6. Both Provider and User agree that any disputes arising between them will be resolved by mutual agreement of both parties. In case of absence of this agreement, resolution of such disputes will fall within the jurisdiction of the ordinary courts of the Czech Republic.

Terms and Conditions in the above wording are valid and effective from January 1, 2017.