Terms and Conditions for Courses/Tuition
You can book online through the website or contact email@example.com directly for further or alternative booking information. Full payment is required before the course starts (please see cancellation and refunds policy below).
Vouchers & Course Availability
Whilst we make every effort to accommodate voucher recipients onto the courses, it is important to remember that the courses fill up quickly. As such, it is highly recommended that upon receipt of a voucher that you book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Vouchers are valid for one (1) year from date of purchase.
Cancellation and refunds
If you have a place booked and paid for, I can offer a full refund if you choose to cancel up to four (4) weeks before course start date. After this period there is no possibility of a refund, but I will endeavor to transfer you, subject to availability, to a course with a minimum of four (4) weeks notice.
Working with children/young adults
Specific bookings can be made for children/young adults ages 11 to 18 years of age. I am fully DBS checked but do require that a responsible adult/guardian accompanies the child/young adult at all times on the courses. Bookings for children/young adults will need to be made separately for all courses, as they are run on a bespoke basis and I won’t be able to accommodate children/young adults on the standard 1, 2 and 3 day courses.
Courses in Autumn/Winter
Whilst the studio does have some heating, it can get chilly in the autumn/winter months so it is suggested that you wear a number of layers of clothes to keep extra toasty warm. In the event of adverse weather conditions (heavy snow etc.) making it difficult to run courses, I will endeavor to contact you with as much notice as possible to rearrange alternative course dates.
We do take every effort to ensure that the workshop is a safe working environment. The safe use of tools and machinery will be shown to participants and simple health and safety rules are explained. That said, students are ultimately responsible for their own health and safety whilst on the courses and Jonathan Deer Jewellery is not liable should any accidents occur due to student negligence.
Firstly, please make sure you are adequately dressed for a session and please ensure that:
- Any long hair is tied back, and long necklaces/pendants can be taken off easily if mechanised polishing machines are to be used.
- You wear appropriate footwear (no sandals/open toes please),
- You wear comfortable clothing (the studio is heated in winter). Jewellery making can be messy so old clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty are probably the best.