Terms of Business

The Training Provider, GLOBAL TRAVEL INVESTMENTS LIMITED (registered office is at Suite 36, Barton Arcade, Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2BH, United Kingdom).

The Trainee Company, your organisation (with registered business office address).


The Trainee Company appoints the Training Provider to provide Training Services and the Training Provider agrees to provide such Training Services for the duration of the agreement upon terms and conditions hereinafter specified.


The Training Services under particular agreement will cover the list of the modules of relevant program.


The Training Agreement shall commence on the date it was signed and shall end on the last day of training or until the Agreement is terminated in accordance with Clause 7.


For the Duration of the Agreement the Training Provider shall:

4.1 Provide Training Services to the nominated personnel of the Trainee Company;

4.2 Ensure that Training Services are provided with skill and diligence required in accordance with best practice in the Training Provider’s profession;

4.3 Provide the Trainee Company’s nominee with an IATA certified industry professional to perform the Training Services;

4.4 Provide suitable facilities conducive to learning;

4.5 Provide interpreters to simultaneous interpreting into Russian language and vice versa;

4.6 Provide such visual aids, notes and materials to assist the Trainee Company’s nominee to assimilate the content delivered by the Training Provider’s personnel;

4.7 Provide suitable refreshment for the benefit of the nominees during each day’s training;

4.8 On completion of the course, issue a Certificate of Achievement to the Trainee Company’s nominee.

4.9 On completion of the course, sign a contract of the services provided for the Trainee Company’s nominee.


Before and for the Duration of the Agreement the Trainee Company shall:

5.1 Nominate a person or persons to receive the services of the Training Provider;

5.2 Ensure such nominee(s) are of sufficient aptitude to enable the Training Provider to progress with its services without detriment to the benefit of others undergoing training;

5.3 Identify in advance any special requirements to enable the Training Provider to comply in all reasonable respects with United Kingdom Health and Safety regulations;

5.4 Provide or make provision for all visas required by the United Kingdom Border Agency and suitable accommodation for its nominee(s) to ensure prompt attendance at the start of each day’s tuition;

5.5 Pay the fee specified in clause 6 within the terms specified.

5.6 Ensure the nominee(s) will attend all or at least 80% of the training sessions. Attendance is strictly monitored and required. Non-attendance will result in the refusal of the Certificate award at the end of the training course.


6.1 The Trainee shall pay to the Training Company a fee agreed during registration plus Value Added Tax (20%) [where applicable].

6.2 The cost is per person + 20% VAT [where applicable]  includes all days of the intense training, IATA instructors’ teaching time, provision of presentations in both languages and relevant documents and manuals as well as Certificate award on completion.

6.3 Costs of the visas, flights, transfers and accommodation are settled by the Trainee Company.

6.4 The invoice to be paid in full within 7 days from the issue upon the visa receipt (if applicable).

6.5 Non-payment of training fees within the time specified above shall be grounds to deny admittance of the nominee to the Training Services;

6.6 In case of change or cancellation by the Trainee Company, 75% is transferable to another course and 25% is non-refundable. In case of change or cancellation by the organisers [no later than 30 days before the event] the cost shall be refunded in full.

6.7 Non-refundable fee (s) held by the Training Company under Sub-clause 6.5 may be applied to another nominee for the specified course or to future courses to be held within the current or next calendar year.


7.1 Either Party may terminate this Agreement at any time by giving the other party not less than 30 days (thirty days) notice;

7.2 Either Party may terminate this Agreement with immediate effect by giving written notice to the other Party if the other Party shall commit any breach of this Agreement and, in the case of of a breach which is capable of remedy, fails to remedy it within 15 days (fifteen days) after receiving written notice giving full particulars of the breach and requiring it to be remedied.


8.1 Parties are released from responsibility for partial or complete non-fulfilment of their obligations under Contract in case of the circumstances of acts of God occurred after Contract conclusion as a result of extreme situations which none of the Parties could foresee or prevent, including but not restricted to the following: fire, flood, earthquake, military operations, strikes, passing laws or legal and others acts, which hinder from fulfilment of the obligations under Contract completely or partially, if these circumstances have influenced directly on Contract fulfilment;

8.2 A Party unable to perform its obligations under Contract, shall immediately notify in writing the other party, not later than 10 days after they became aware of the difficulty;

8.3 If force majeure conditions last for more than 30 days, each Party shall have the right to cancel the Contract without liability provided that the Party gives notification to the other not later than 14 days before cancellation, in which case, GTI Ltd shall return to the Trainee Company sums paid under the contract within 10 days from the date of receipt of notification.


9.1 This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the Laws of England and Wales.

9.2 The Parties agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

© Global Travel Investments Ltd. 2015

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