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Terms and Conditions For ALP

Terms and Conditions for Approved Learning Partners of EOSH

These Terms and Conditions govern the relationship between EOSH and any organization approved to deliver EOSH accredited courses as an Approved Learning Partner (“ALP”). By becoming an ALP, the Partner agrees to comply with these Terms.

1. Accreditation:

1.1 The Partner acknowledges that accreditation as an ALP is at the sole discretion of the company and may be granted or revoked at any time.

1.2 Accreditation allows the Partner to deliver Courses approved by EOSH.

2. Course Delivery:

2.1 The Partner agrees to deliver Courses in accordance with the standards and guidelines provided by EOSH.

2.2 The Partner will ensure that all Course materials, including curriculum, assessments, and resources, meet the quality standards set by EOSH.

2.3 The Partner will appoint qualified instructors to deliver Courses, ensuring they possess the necessary knowledge, skills, and experience relevant to the subject matter.

2.4 The Partner will maintain suitable facilities and equipment for the effective delivery of Courses.

3. Compliance:

3.1 The Partner agrees to comply with all applicable laws and regulations governing the delivery of educational and training programs.

3.2 The Partner will adhere to EOSH’s policies and procedures, including those related to health and safety, equality, diversity, and inclusion.

3.3 The Partner will cooperate with EOSH in any audits or reviews conducted to assess compliance with these Terms.

4. Branding and Marketing:

4.1 The Partner agrees to use EOSH branding and trademarks only in accordance with the guidelines provided by the Company.

4.2 The Partner will accurately represent the Courses offered, including content, accreditation status, and outcomes.

4.3 The Partner will not make any misleading or false statements regarding EOSH, its Courses, or its accreditation status.

4.4 The learning partner must maintain an active status, with a specified minimum number of learner registrations facilitated by the Approved Learning Provider each month.

5. Reporting and Documentation:

5.1 The Partner will maintain accurate records of Course delivery, including participant attendance, assessments, and certifications.

5.2 The Partner will provide reports to EOSH as requested, including data on Course enrollment, completion rates, and participant feedback.

5.3 The Partner will ensure the confidentiality and security of all participant records and information.

6.Fees and Payments:

6.1 The Partner agrees to pay any accreditation fees, royalties, or other charges as specified by EOSH.

6.2 Fees are payable in accordance with the terms outlined in the agreement between the Partner and EOSH.

6.3 Failure to pay fees may result in the suspension or revocation of ALP accreditation.


7.1 Either party may terminate the ALP agreement by providing written notice to the other party at least two months in advance of the intended termination date.

7.2 Termination does not relieve the Partner of its obligations under these Terms, including those related to confidentiality, intellectual property, and indemnification.


8.1 The Partner agrees to indemnify and hold harmless EOSH, its officers, directors, employees, and agents from any claims, damages, liabilities, or expenses arising from the Partner’s breach of these Terms or the delivery of Courses.

9.Governing Law:

9.1 These Terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales, without regard to its conflict of laws principles.

9.2 Any disputes arising out of or relating to these Terms shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.


10.1 These Terms constitute the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter herein and supersede all prior agreements and understandings, whether written or oral.

10.2 No modification, amendment, or waiver of any provision of these Terms shall be effective unless in writing and signed by both parties.

10.3 If any provision of these Terms is held to be invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect.

11. Course Development and Approval:

11.1 The Partner may propose new Courses for development to the Company, outlining the course objectives, content, and intended audience.

11.2 The Company reserves the right to approve or reject proposed Courses at its discretion, based on alignment with the Company’s mission, quality standards, and market demand.

11.3 Approved Courses must undergo a thorough review process by the Company to ensure alignment with accreditation standards and educational objectives.

12. Quality Assurance and Continuous Improvement:

12.1 The Partner agrees to participate in quality assurance processes established by the Company, including periodic reviews, evaluations, and feedback mechanisms.

12.2 The Company may provide recommendations for improvements to Course delivery, content, or instructional methodologies, which the Partner agrees to consider and implement where feasible.

12.3 The Partner commits to continuously improving the quality of Course delivery and outcomes, striving for excellence in educational effectiveness and participant satisfaction.

13. Intellectual Property Rights:

13.1 All intellectual property rights related to Course materials, including but not limited to curriculum, assessments, and instructional resources, shall remain the property of the Company.

13.2 The Partner may use Course materials solely for the purpose of delivering Courses as an ALP and may not reproduce, distribute, or modify such materials without the express written consent of the Company.

14. Confidentiality:

14.1 The Partner agrees to maintain the confidentiality of all proprietary information, trade secrets, and other confidential materials provided by the Company.

14.2 Confidential information shall not be disclosed to third parties without the prior written consent of the Company.

14.3 The obligations of confidentiality shall survive the termination of the ALP agreement and continue indefinitely thereafter.

15. Liability and Insurance:

15.1 The Partner shall maintain adequate insurance coverage, including general liability insurance, to protect against claims arising from the delivery of Courses as an ALP.

15.2 The Partner agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Company from any liabilities, damages, or expenses incurred as a result of the Partner’s acts or omissions in connection with Course delivery.

15.3 The Company shall not be liable for any indirect, incidental, consequential, or punitive damages arising from the Partner’s performance under these Terms.

16. Code of Conduct:

16.1 The Partner agrees to conduct itself in a professional manner at all times, adhering to ethical standards of integrity, honesty, and respect.

16.2 The Partner shall not engage in any conduct that may harm the reputation or interests of the Company, its stakeholders, or other ALPs.

16.3 The Company reserves the right to investigate any allegations of misconduct or violation of these Terms and may take appropriate disciplinary action, including termination of accreditation.

17. Amendments:

17.1 The Company reserves the right to amend these Terms at any time, with notice provided to the Partner.

17.2 Amendments shall be effective upon the date specified by the Company and shall apply prospectively to all Course deliveries thereafter.

17.3 The Partner’s continued participation as an ALP following the effective date of amendments shall constitute acceptance of the modified Terms.

18. Survival:

18.1 Sections pertaining to indemnification, confidentiality, intellectual property rights, and any other provisions necessary to interpret and enforce these Terms shall survive the termination or expiration of the ALP agreement.

19. Assignment:

19.1 The Partner may not assign or transfer its rights or obligations under these Terms without the prior written consent of the Company.

19.2 Any attempted assignment in violation of this provision shall be null and void.

20. Entire Agreement:

20.1 These Terms, together with any accompanying agreements or documents referenced herein, constitute the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof and supersede all prior agreements, whether written or oral, relating thereto.

By becoming an Approved Learning Partner, the Partner acknowledges that it has read, understood, and agrees to abide by these Terms and Conditions in their entirety.