Piano Class

From September 2021

​General Terms and Conditions
  • CME learners must pay all fees before starting the course unless an instalment payment schedule is agreed upon.

  • All learners who apply for the CME must hold a current Hold a current Enhanced DBS/CRB, Access NI, Garda Vetting check, Criminal Record Check or Police Check from the country where they live (issued within the last 12 months). Candidates in the UK who do not have a current check can apply for one through Enact Music or the Musicians’ Union subject to an upfront payment. International applicants in countries where it is difficult to obtain a Criminal Record Check should discuss their situation with Enact Music Course Director.

  • All learners must complete the CME course within 24 months of registration date. In cases where there are exceptional circumstances, learners can apply for an interruption of the course. Each case will be considered on a case-by-case basis. In approved cases learners will be allowed to continue the course at no extra cost. However, exceptional circumstances do not entitle learners to receive refund of the course fees.

  • If a learner cancels their place on the course, after course fees have been paid, the cancellation terms below apply:

a) Cancellation immediately after fee payment but before the programme commences, there is a 10% cancellation fee.

b) Cancellation between course commencing and 1 month, there is a 25% cancellation fee.


c) Cancellation after 1 month, 100% cancellation fee.

  • All course work must be the sole work of the learner. Therefore copied or plagiarised material will not be accepted under any circumstances, unless appropriately acknowledged.

  • All CME modules and resources remain the property of Enact Music and content must not be used elsewhere without permission from the Course Director.

  • To comply with statutory requirements we may need to collect additional information from you during and after your course.

  • Please inform us of any change to your contact details.

  • Course fees do not include materials, equipment, books or other costs you may wish to incur.

 

  • We expect all learners and staff to actively promote mutual respect and challenge any form of discrimination or abuse. We reserve the right to exclude any learner who does not uphold this policy. In such case, no fee will be refunded.

  • Learners must have appropriate music performance skills, suited for the demands of their work environment.

  • Although this CME will have online educational provision, one-to-one online meetings with a mentor are necessary.

Privacy Notice
  • This notice describes what information Enact Music holds about you, why we hold it and how we use it. Data is any information which relates to you - the individual. Personal data is information which can identify you. An example of personal data is your full name, address and date of birth.

  • We also hold additional data which concern your achievements at Enact Music (assignment results, teachers/mentor’s and assessor’s feedback forms, video recordings of your teaching and attendance to meetings).

  • We collect and use your information to carry out our business as a music education provider providing you with music education. Under the law we can use your data for “specified, explicit and legitimate purposes”. We use your data to:

 a) Support your learning

 b) Monitor and report on your progress

 c) Measure the quality of the services we provide; and

 d) Comply with the law regarding data sharing.

 

  • The information which we collect and hold includes:

The information you provide to us through your application form.

A copy of your photo ID, proof of address, certificates of your qualifications.

Work you submit for the CME course and feedback provided to you by mentors and assessors.

 

  • This information is kept securely at Enact Music.

  • We process your information in order to exercise our duty to deliver music education to you. A lot of the information we have about you is mandatory, which means we are by law allowed to have it, otherwise it would be impossible for us to do our job. Other information is given to us on a voluntary basis and this is when we ask you for consent; for example, when we intend to use photographs or videos. We will inform you when you have a choice whether or not you wish us to keep a certain category of information.

  • We hold your data for two years after you are no longer enrolled at Enact Music. For CME Candidates who submitted an application but have not enrolled in the course, the data is only kept for 6 month. When approaching the stated deadlines the data is then destroyed in a secure manner. For some CME candidates we can keep information longer than this, for instance as the result of an ongoing investigation.

  • We do not share your information with anyone without consent unless the law and our policies allow us to do so. For the purposes of the accreditation of the CME qualification it is a requirement that your data is shared with the bodies accrediting our Certificate for Music Educators, Level 4 course, such as Trinity College London and ABRSM. On other occasions we may need to share your data for your own safety or wellbeing with organisations such as the PSNI and/or social services.

  • If you would like to talk to anyone about your data, you can contact Enact Music Director.

  • The accuracy of your data is important to us. If you believe that the information we hold about you is inaccurate you can ask for it to be corrected. You also have the right to request access to information about you and information about your music education record at Enact Music. To make a request for your personal information, or be given access to your educational record you can email info@en-actmusic.com and request a Subject Access Request Form or you can write to Enact Music Director, Lilian Simones, 17 Brooke Hall, BT8 6WB or send her an email to: Liliansimones@en-actmusic.com.

Terms and Conditions for the CME course

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