Enrolment application for TRTP Practitioner training
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Payment Terms and Conditions:
CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY:
It is important that on enrolment to TRTP Training you have the capacity to attend the selected course requirements as resources are allocated on enrolment.
All fees are calculated on the full cost of training prior to any discounts being applied.
All cancellations are calculated on training full price excluding any applicable discount or discount offer.
Deferment of Training
At TTT’s sole discretion, requests for deferment of will be considered on an individual basis, and facilitated subject to availability.
The minimum cost to defer to an alternative course will be 10% of the course full price but can be higher subject to what stage the deferment is requested.
Our goals are:
We reserve the right to refuse anyone entry into the course, and to dismiss anyone from the course. A person could be dismissed, for example, for being disruptive, having unpaid or overdue fees, or for other reasons which may include, without limitation, exhibiting behaviour that reduces the effectiveness of the course (such as failing to attend course activities). Refunds may apply in some circumstances (please refer to our Refund Policy contained in this form).
We will always:
By participating in the course, you agree:
Before, during and following completion of the course, complete confidentiality is necessary to create a respectful and secure environment for all course participants. By participating in the course, you agree to keep confidential all information, communications and other materials received:
where disclosure is specifically authorised in writing by us; or
to the extent disclosure is necessary to apply The Richards Trauma Process.
Upon successful completion of the course, graduates of The Richards Trauma Therapy Process® training will receive a certificate acknowledging their participation within the course and their entitlement to use the trademarks, materials and intellectual property belonging to Trauma Training Pty Ltd, subject to the terms and conditions set out below.
Use of Course Materials, Copyright, Trademarks, and Intellectual Property (IP)
Our course materials, copyright, trademarks and intellectual property (“our IP”) belongs to Trauma Therapy Training Pty Ltd. All of our materials, trademarks, methods, live training, digital presentations and branding also form part of our IP. No person or organisation has our permission to use any part of it unless we have given our prior and express written permission to do so.
(in a way not intended) or negatively impacted;
Our definition of our IP further includes:
Our registered IP includes (but is not restricted to):
Why we need to protect our rights: It has taken significant time and investment by us to build the reputation and goodwill of The Richards Trauma Process ® and to create the techniques, methodologies and procedures that we teach and apply. It is valuable and important to us. Our IP needs to also be protected to maintain the integrity of our techniques, our reputation, relationships and our financial investment and goodwill.
When we may grant permission to you
We may choose to grant you a non-exclusive licence to use our materials, Trademarks or IP, but all legal and moral rights and ownership of our IP remain with us. Permission or licence to use our IP and trademarks applies only to the promotion and publications of materials which relate to the practice of The Richards Trauma Process ®.
(including participation in continuing professional development initiatives or programs);
By enrolling for training you accept that we will protect our IP investment by taking legal action against any person or that uses, copies, distributes or misuses (by altering, rephrasing, rebranding or copying) our IP (including our course materials and methods) whether for financial gain or not. If you do use or misuse our course materials for financial gain without our permission then we may seek financial compensation from you.
Use of our Course Materials
For clarity, our course materials include all TRTP ® course materials whether printed, by live presentation, recorded in electronic form or in any other format.
be taken by any person, including our mentors) without our permission and the express written permission of the person being photographed
rebrand, alter, distribute or redistribute any of the materials without our written consent;
copyright and may result in legal action against you;
with your individual clients, however, you must be the person conducted these sessions (and no other practitioner);
Photography and Digital Recording - Permission and Consent
Confidential student sessions are recorded by TTT for therapeutic and training purposes only.
TTT and/or its facilitators and mentors may view and discuss your recording where it is necessary for therapeutic and/or professional reasons. No
recordings will be used outside of the TRTP® course program or external to TTT without your written consent.
By submitting this Application, you provide you consent to TTT digital, audio, visual and/or photographic recordings of your student sessions
and/or participation in the TRTP® program.
You agree that you are not permitted to record, make, keep, copy or distribute any part of a program(s) you attend or mentoring call/webinar that
you participate in without the prior and express written consent of TTT.
Ongoing Support will be
⚬ who have successfully completed the course and who are fully paid and up to date in relation to all fees;
⚬ who remain fully compliant with the terms of this Agreement;
⚬ who behave in a professional, and ethical manner at all times;
Code of Ethics
Students are expected to uphold the Code of Ethics published by the Australian Hypnotherapy Association and can be found at this web address:
Without limiting the obligation to uphold the Code of Ethics, we wish to draw attention to the following principles:
Members have a responsibility to themselves to maintain their own effectiveness, resilience, and ability to help clients. They are expected to
monitor their own personal functioning and to seek help or withdraw from their therapy practice when their personal resources are sufficiently
depleted to require this.
Members will not continue to practice when their functioning is impaired due to personal or emotional difficulties, illness, alcohol, drugs or for any
Members will be asked to engage in regular assessments in order to develop their skills as therapists, to monitor performance and to provide
accountability for standards of delivery.
By completing and submitting this application form you:
I accept the terms and conditions as described in this document for The Richards Trauma Process ™ Training Program.
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