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Terms and Conditions



The Agency referred to in this document is Cambridge Education and Training.
The website refers to www.cetcambridge.co.uk.
“Tutor” means a person over 21 providing tuition.
“Tutee” means a student receiving tuition.
“Client” means who contacted the agency to arrange the tuition. This person could also be the tutee.

Cambridge Education and Training
The Agency will undertake to match tutors to tutees but cannot guarantee to do so.
The Agency, as far as possible, will endeavour to register details of tutors accurately.
Cambridge Education and Training and the tutors supplied by the agency are not responsible for entry fees for examinations.
Cambridge Education and Training do not accept responsibility for grades achieved by tutees or any consequences thereof.
Cambridge Education and Training will take every reasonable step to verify the identity and qualifications of every tutor registered. Clients remain responsible at all times for the care and welfare of the tutee.
Once tuition has ended, the Agency will refund any remaining credit to clients upon request once tutors have been paid what is owed.

Tutors
Tutors are 21 or over.
All tutors who state they are qualified teachers must have been registered with the General Teaching Councils (or equivalent body) in England and Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland and still be eligible to teach. Any tutors who have stated that they qualified as teachers abroad must provide written evidence.
Tutors remain self employed at all times and, as such, issues of income tax, national insurance etc remain at all times the responsibility of the tutor. The website includes links which tutors may find helpful. 
We are not a sole agency and tutors are free to seek work from any other agency as they see fit.
Tutors agree to respond as soon as possible to offers of tutoring work given by the agency.
Tutors agree to submit completed Progress Reports for each tutee, each month to the agency. In addition, once an agreement to tutor a tutee has been reached, the agency will issue the tutor with a timesheet which must be completed and signed by the tutee (or their parent/guardian) and returned to the agency at the beginning of the following month. Failure to do so will result in a delay in the tutor being paid for their work.
Tutors remain responsible for the condition, road-worthiness, road tax, MOT etc of their own vehicles. It is strongly recommended that tutors are members of a motoring organisation.
If a tutor is unable to attend a tutoring session they should let the client know as soon as possible.
It is highly recommended that  tutors takes out their own public liability insurance and personal accident insurance. This remains the responsibility of the tutor at all times.

It is understood and agreed by a tutor that once they have registered as a tutor with the Agency that they are agreeing to these terms and conditions.

The Client
The client agrees to pay the agency in advance for tuition following negotiation with regard to the hourly rate and the number of hours required and also after consulting with the tutor.
The client agrees that the tutor reserves the right to charge for a prearranged lesson if less than 24 hours notice of cancellation is provided.
Cambridge Education and Training and the tutors supplied by the agency are not responsible for entry fees for examinations.
Cambridge Education and Training do not accept responsibility for grades achieved by tutees or any consequences thereof.

It is understood and agreed by a client that once they have paid money to the Agency for tuition that they are agreeing to these terms and conditions.
               
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