The Well Seasoned Chalet Cookery Course- Terms & Conditions
All fields in the above application form must be filled in for the form to be valid. We will reply to you via email to confirm the booking within 5 working days. You will then have 5 working days to make the non-refundable deposit of £50.
Reservations and Payments
Places on the course are allocated on a first come first serve basis. A place can be provisionally reserved for five working days, over the telephone or by returning the application form by email or via the website. Confirmation of the booking is made on receipt of a non-refundable deposit of £50. This can be paid either by cheque or bank transfer. Following the payment of the deposit, the remainder of the fee must be received four weeks prior to the start date of the course. If this is not received by the due date the reservation will be deemed to have been cancelled.
If you wish to cancel your confirmed reservation you must do so in writing. If you cancel within the four week period prior the start of your course you will be responsible for the full payment of the remaining course fees. In these circumstances Well Seasoned will endeavour to fill the place on the course, and if we or you find an alternative booking only the deposit will be forfeited.
Well Seasoned reserve the right to cancel if faced with unavoidable circumstances, and to make alterations to our courses, dates, fees and accommodation if necessary and at our discretion. All students will be notified immediately of any changes to their forthcoming course.
Well Seasoned reserve the right to terminate the training of any student without reimbursement of fees if the student is guilty of unreasonable or improper conduct. If this situation arises a student is not eligible for the return of fees paid.
Health & Safety
In accordance with health and safety guidelines we insist students comply with the following
o We ask you not to smoke anywhere inside the chalet.
o Excessive drinking and the use of illegal drugs is not permitted.
o We expect you to report and pay for any damages and breakages where appropriate.
o For working in the kitchen students must wear lightweight comfortable clothing, long hair must be tied back, no jewellery of any kind is to be worn, and non-slip shoes with covered toes are to be worn at all times.
o Please advise us at the time of booking of any dietary requirements or food allergies.
Students are advised to take out their own insurance against cancellation for any reason outside their control.
Students are also advised to take out travel insurance for the duration of their stay with Well Seasoned, and to ensure they are covered for any activities they may partake in whilst on the course such as skiing or snowboarding, mountain walking, sports, etc.
Students will need to be in possession of a valid passport and appropriate visa to travel to France, and for UK nationals we advise they are also in possession of a valid EHIC card.
Property belonging to students is brought to France at their own risk. We accept no responsibility for any loss or damage. Neither do we accept liability for personal injury except as imposed by statute.
ActivitiesActivities on offer in resort vary and Well Seasoned cannot guarantee that any single activity will definitely be available to students during their stay. For example the glacier skiing on offer in Tignes and Val D’Isere is subject to variable opening times throughout the year and is also weather dependant.
Well Seasoned takes no responsibility for activities students partake in during free time throughout the duration of the course and their stay in France. This includes activities which Well Seasoned have helped students to arrange but which are operated by a third party.