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I signed up for an expensive City & Guilds course and on the first day we were given copies of the end of course exam papers along with a copy of the tutors eyes only handbook. I feel this devalued the course as all students were given a free ride to thier qualification. Is this grounds for breach of contract? The course was paid for in full by credit card.
The Approved Centre must:
only use the City & Guilds Assessment Materials in formal, summative assessment leading to the award of credit / a qualification and not for any other purpose (including, but not restricted to, teaching, revision, as practice assessments or for commercial purposes);
handle and store securely the City & Guilds Assessment Materials in accordance with the following conditions
- City & Guilds Assessment Material must be accessibleto learners only during formal assessment as governed by the assessment conditions specified for the qualification;
- Learner portfolios may contain assessment results referenced to the assessment taken but should not contain the City & Guilds Assessment Materials (such as assessment tasks or questions (unless otherwise stated));
- the Approved Centre must not make public in any format the contents of any City & Guilds Assessment Materials either in part or in full;
- City & Guilds Assessment Materials must be securely handled and under no circumstances shared with third party organisations or individuals
£4500 for a 24 day course.