The Ethnic Schools Association of SA Inc (ESASA) is responsible for all aspects of the courses and workshops.
Bookings will be acknowledged on the screen at the end of the booking process. The authorised Ethnic School Administrator will be advised when final event reminders are sent.
Applicants must have recorded on their online profile a current DHS Working with Children Check and a current attendance certificate for Safe Environment Training. If these conditions are not met, registrations will be cancelled and applicants advised.
The cost for the course is as stipulated on the registration screen and will be invoiced to the applicant’s ethnic school.
If applications fall below the minimum enrolment, applicant schools and participants will be notified and may be redirected to a subsequent course.
Applicant ethnic schools acknowledge that after accepting a position in a course or workshop, the applicant will forfeit any fees due and payable if they withdraw later than 5 working days prior to the course or workshop.
While all efforts are made to ensure courses go ahead as scheduled, ESASA reserves the right to cancel or reschedule training courses without penalty to applicants or applicant’s schools.
Places approved on courses are not transferrable to other applicants.
At no time shall ESASA be responsible for any damages, costs, losses or expenses suffered or incurred by participants in connection with any courses which are either rescheduled or cancelled.
Course venues will be stated on the registration screen.
For courses offered at the School of Languages, please use the Brown Street car park.
For courses offered at the Education Development Centre (4 Milner Street, Hindmarsh), off street parking is available at 58 Orsmond Street, Hindmarsh. On street parking is also available in the vicinity of that venue.
Applicants must arrive on time for all sessions. Late arrival may mean that the applicant is excluded for that session.
Children must not be brought to sessions.
ESASA will provide some refreshments at all sessions. Applicants will be responsible for bringing their own food – especially for full day sessions.
If applicants have personal responsibilities (e.g. prayer or medical responsibilities), these should be negotiated with the course presenter to the presenter’s satisfaction. Failure to do so may mean that the applicant will need to attend one or more sessions of the course again.
Once the requirements for a course or workshop have been met, ESASA will provide written confirmation of that (normally a certificate).
ESASA reserves the right at any time to review and revise these terms and conditions and introduce other terms and conditions that it deems reasonable.
The term applicant and participant will be taken to mean the same individual.
The applicant and the authorised Ethnic School Contact Person acknowledge that ESASA respects the privacy of information collected. The information collected is to assist ESASA to process the application. By completing the application form, the signatories have consented to thisinformation being collected. The intended recipients of this information are the ethnic school, The Ethnic Schools Association of South Australia Inc. and for interaction with the Government of South Australia who provide funding to ethnic schools. The information collected will not be released for any form of commercial gain and will be maintained in a secure location as per the requirements of the Privacy Act. You have the right to access and alter personal information concerning the applicant and their school in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 and ESASA’s records management policy. The contact information of the applicant will not be shared publicly.