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Terms and Conditions

TeachHQ’s terms and conditions ensure a respectful and safe learning environment. By using our platform, you agree to abide by these rules, helping maintain a high-quality educational experience. We encourage a careful review of these terms.

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1. Introduction

1.1 Purpose

This document sets forth the terms and conditions governing the use of the Teach HQ platform, from now on referred to as “the platform.” It is designed to foster a safe, respectful, and collaborative educational environment, ensuring a fruitful interaction with the educational resources offered. Adherence to these terms is imperative to maintain the high standards we endeavour to uphold.

1.2 Acceptance

By accessing and using the platform, you agree to abide by these terms and conditions. Utilising any services therein denotes your acceptance of this binding agreement.

2. User Obligations

2.1 Account Security

Users bear the sole responsibility for safeguarding their account information. It is incumbent upon users to maintain the confidentiality of their account details, assuming full responsibility for all activities that occur under their account.

2.2 Code of Conduct

We expect all users to engage respectfully and responsibly, adhering to the community guidelines that champion a harmonious learning environment. Any breach may result in restriction or termination of access.

3. Intellectual Property

3.1 Ownership

All content on the Teach HQ platform, including but not limited to courses, is the intellectual property of TeachHQ or the individual content creators. We reserve all rights not expressly granted herein.

3.2 Limited Licence

In compliance with these terms and conditions, users are granted a limited licence to access and utilise the platform and its resources solely for personal and non-commercial purposes.

4. Privacy

4.1 Data Protection

We are committed to safeguarding your data, adhering to stringent UK data protection laws. Please refer to our Privacy Policy for detailed information.

4.2 Cookie Policy

Our platform utilises cookies to enhance user experience. We encourage you to review our Cookie Policy to understand the types of cookies used and their respective purposes.

5. Limitation of Liability

5.1 Disclaimer

Teach HQ shall not be liable for indirect, incidental, special, or consequential damages from using the platform. While we endeavour to offer uninterrupted service, we do not guarantee that the platform will be error-free or completely secure.

5.2 Indemnification

Users agree to indemnify and hold TeachHQ, its directors, employees, and partners harmless from any claims, liabilities, or damages arising from their breach of these terms and conditions.

6. Miscellaneous

6.1 Governing Law

These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed by the laws of the UK. Any disputes arising shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the UK courts.

6.2 Amendments

Teach HQ reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions at any time. We will take reasonable steps to notify users of significant changes, encouraging periodic reviews to stay informed.

7. Contact

7.1 Enquiries

For any questions or concerns regarding these terms and conditions, please get in touch with us at enquiries@teachhq.com.

7.2 Feedback

We value your feedback and encourage you to share your views to foster a consultative relationship and enhance our platform. Kindly contact us at feedback@teachhq.com.

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