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I can't remember. It was all done over the phone and by email. There is no mention of cancellation in the confirmation email.
I'm not quite clear on the question.
I think I should be refunded because I am not able to do the course and although they are saying I can do it at anytime my personal circumstances means that it is not possible. My career plans have changed and this course do longer suits the direction my life is taking. After 4 years I'm now getting my life back on track. I had asked for a refund after two years but they refused. At the time I paid for the course it was a very difficult time in my life and I believe that I made that decision in haste and at a time that I was in a vulnerable place.
I can't remember talking about cancellation but I can only assume there must have been.
Is not worth taking them to court then? It looks like the law is on their side but as an individual, I should have the right to change my mind as with the purchase of any other product/service. I can't afford to write off over £4,000 especailly as I've been unable to find permanent work since I lost my job.