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privacy policy

I.     Basic information about the Organizer
The regulations define the conditions for the organization and conducting of classes and courses by LANGPOL.EDU.PL Sp. z o. o. with its seat in Warsaw, ul. Mokotowska 15A / 1B NIP: 7011088054, REGON: 522043844, KRS: 0000971625, XII Commercial Division of the National Court Register in Warsaw, e-mail: info@langpol.edu.pl, telephone: +48 534 805 206 hereinafter referred to as the School.
1.     The school provides the Participant with learning conditions through an appropriately selected curriculum, teaching materials and qualified staff.
2.     The agreement is concluded upon acceptance of the Agreement along with the Regulations via the website www.langpol.edu.pl or in writing at the school's premises.

II.    Payment
1.     The Principal is obliged to pay for the classes. Detailed information on payments is set out in the Agreement.
2.     Failure to pay on time results in the School launching a debt collection procedure . 
3.     In the absence of timely payment, the Organizer reserves the right to withhold the provision of services upon prior request for payment under pain of suspending the provision of services or terminating the contract services or termination of the contract.

III.     Organization of classes
1.     The school provides educational services for the Participant, i.e. conducts classes that it undertakes to organize in the form of individual or group classes, and also prepares the necessary materials for study.  
2.     The number of classes as well as the number of classes are specified in the Agreement.
3.     The participant is obliged to follow the rules prevailing during the classes, including preparation for classes, to observe the rules of personal culture and not to interfere with work during the classes.
4.     In the case of full-time classes, the School is responsible for the Participant's safety during the course. If the Participant is not a party to the agreement, the Principal provides the Participant with care before and after the classes. The School is not responsible for damages caused by reasons beyond the School's control (e.g. force majeure, the sole fault of the Principal or the Participant).
5.     In the case of group classes, if the size of the group falls below the minimum number of people, i.e. 5, the Organizer has the right to terminate the contract for important reasons. The Organizer may also propose to transfer the Participant to another group or propose to increase the fee, and the Ordering Party has the right to reject the new offer. 

 

IV.     Change schedule

1.     For important reasons, the organizer reserves the right to cancel classes at the latest one day before the scheduled date of classes, unless the important reason occurred later (e.g. sudden illness, event random). In such a situation, a different deadline for making up for these classes will be set or if the Participant is unable to make up for the classes - the fee for these classes will be refunded or will be transferred to the next settlement period - in accordance with the Principal's decision.
2.     For group classes:
1)     changing the schedule of classes by the Principal / Participant is not possible;
2)     absence from classes does not exempt from the obligation to pay fees for classes that took place according to the schedule.
3.     In the case of individual classes (1: 1), changing the schedule of classes by the Principal / Participant is possible only for important reasons on the terms described below:
1)     The Principal / Participant is obliged to inform the Organizer about the change no later than on _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf-58ds_48 hours (e.g. by e-mail or otherwise accepted   for communication with the Organizer). In the event of changing the date of classes, in accordance with the above-mentioned the deadline, the Principal will not be charged a fee for the classes whose term has been canceled . 
2)     classes that have not been canceled in the manner referred to in paragraph 3 point 1 shall be considered completed.


V.    Change contract
1.     The Organizer reserves the right to amend the Agreement and the Regulations for important reasons, in particular in the event of a significant change in economic factors (e.g. due to an increase in public charges and fees, an increase in administrative fees), as long as there is a cause and effect relationship between the above-mentioned a change in the costs of providing services by the School, as well as due to changes in the law (including the Civil Code, the Act on consumer rights) or decisions and judgments to the extent that they force the Organizer to introduce changes.
2.     The Principal will be notified by e-mail or in writing no later than 14 days before the planned date of the changes.
3.     The organizer notifying about the changes referred to in paragraph 1, informs that if, before the effective date of the amendments, the Principal does not object to the changes to the School, the Principal shall be deemed to have consented to them.
4.     Before the changes come into force, the Principal has the right to terminate the contract with immediate effect.
5.     In the event that the Principal objects to the changes, but does not terminate the contract, the contract is terminated on the day preceding the effective date of the amendments to the Regulations.
6.     The procedure referred to in paragraph 1-5 does not apply to the change of the form of conducting classes from stationary classes to online classes if for important reasons it will be difficult or impossible to conduct classroom classes, including in particular when an epidemic, state of epidemiological threat, state of emergency or there will be other restrictions that make it difficult or impossible to conduct classes in a stationary environment, e.g. in connection with the development of the epidemic as a result of administrative restrictions or as a result of the recommendations of the Chief Sanitary Inspector, as well as when the change in the form of conducting classes is justified by important safety reasons for the Organizer and Participants. In the event of the above-mentioned circumstances - until they cease to exist, the Principal agrees to change the form of conducting classes from stationary classes to online classes. Detailed information on the requirements for on-line classes is set out in point VI of the Regulations [On-line classes]
7.     Change of the form of conducting the classes referred to in sec. 6:
1)     does not constitute an amendment to the Agreement / Regulations and does not require annexation,  
2)     does not constitute grounds for termination / withdrawal,  
3)     does not constitute the basis for changing the amount of fees for classes.    

VI.    On-line classes 
1.     In the case of on-line classes, the Participant should have:
1)    active e-mail,
2)     computer equipment for participation in classes, headphones or loudspeaker for sound reproduction, as well as a microphone and a camera.
2.     It is recommended to participate in classes using a permanent internet connection. Due to its nature, the mobile link may cause disruptions, including interruption of the Participant's participation in the classes.
3.     The organizer is not responsible for irregularities related to participation in on-line classes in a situation where the reason lies with the Principal / Participant or other entities whose services the Principal / The participant uses (e.g. Internet access service) and these services may have a direct / indirect impact on the possibility of using the services of the School.
4.     In the event of technical problems referred to in sec. 4, which prevent participation in the lesson, the classes are considered taken . 
5.     In the event of technical problems on the part of the Organizer or entities supporting the Organizer in the implementation of the contract, which prevent the conduct of classes in whole or in part, these classes - _cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ in whole or in part will be postponed to another date. Chap. IV paragraph 1 sentence second of the Regulations [Change of schedule].
6.     The materials provided can be in PDF *, doc *, mp3 *, mp4 *, * zip, * rar, Participant must have programs that support listed files. 
7.     If the materials are made available via the ZOOM platform, Skype, Microsoft Teams or Google Meets, the Participant will need to have access to the above-mentioned platforms. The organizer will provide the Participant with instructions on how to gain access to the above-mentioned platforms.

 

VII.    Image
1.     The Principal consents to the recording, use and dissemination by the Organizer of the Participant's image in the form of a recording / photos from the course of the classes for documentation and educational purposes. Processing the image for marketing purposes requires separate consent.
2.     The Participant's image referred to above may be used for various forms of electronic processing, framing and composition, and also juxtaposed with images of other participants in classes, while the film and sound recording with his participation can be cut, edited, modified, and added to other materials created as part of the Organiser's activities. The consent covers all forms of publication . 
3.     The participant may not record, use and disseminate the image of other participants / persons conducting without the prior consent of the above-mentioned people.


VIII.     Termination of the contract 
1.     The Principal has the right to terminate the contract without giving any reason by means of an unequivocal declaration of will with a 1-month notice period with effect at the end of the month.
2.     The Agreement should be terminated by submitting a written or document termination statement (e.g. by e-mail).
3.    The school has the right to terminate the contract for important reasons indicated in this contract, as well as in the event of a material breach by the Principal / Participant of the provisions of the Regulations and the Agreement, including due to non-payment of remuneration for classes - after a prior call to cease violations and to appoint an appropriate additional date under pain of termination / termination of the Agreement with immediate effect . 
4.     Upon termination of the agreement, the School settles the fees paid in relation to the number of classes completed for the Participant under this Agreement.
5.     In the case of payment for classes in an amount higher than the amount corresponding to the number of classes completed by the end of the notice period / termination of the Agreement, the School shall refund the Ordering Party the overpayment. The overpayment is returned to the account of the Principal from which the payment was made, unless the Principal indicates otherwise.
6.     In the case of payment for classes in an amount lower than the amount corresponding to the number of classes completed by the end of the notice period / termination of the Agreement, the Principal is obliged to settle the underpayment (missing the amount) within 3 days from the date of the call.


IX.     Educational materials
1.     The materials provided by the Organizer may only be used by the Principal / Participant for their own use. It is not authorized to further distribute, share, download and download in any way the recordings and other information and materials provided.
2.     The materials provided, in their entirety and their individual elements: graphic, multimedia, text, are protected under the provisions of the Act on copyright and related rights. The copyright is owned by the Organizer or another entity from which the Organizer has obtained the appropriate license. The materials may also be used by the Organizer on a different legal basis.    

X.     Force majeure
1.     During force majeure, the parties to the contract will be released from any liability for non-performance or improper performance, provided that the circumstances of force majeure constitute an obstacle to performance the contract. The above also applies in the period immediately preceding or immediately following the occurrence of force majeure, provided that the force majeure acts as an obstacle to the performance of the contract only in the indicated period.
2.     A "force majeure" should be understood as an event of an accidental or natural nature, completely independent of the will and actions of the Parties, which could not be foreseen and was impossible to prevention, in particular such events as: flood, burglary, war, act of terror, introduction of a state of emergency.  

 

XI.     Final Provisions
The Principal declares that the Principal / Participant has read the appendix to the Regulations, i.e. the information clause, under which the School has fulfilled the information obligations resulting, inter alia, GDPR, the act on the provision of electronic services and the act on consumer rights.

 

INFORMATION CLAUSE


Fulfilling the information obligation resulting from the provisions of the Act of 18 July 2002. 
on the provision of electronic services, as well as the Act of   May 30, 2014 on consumer rights and the provisions of the GDPR, below we send the most important information:


THE INFORMATION OBLIGATION UNDER THE GDPR


1.     The administrator of personal data is LANGPOL.EDU.PL Sp. z o. o . with its seat in Warsaw, ul. Mokotowska 15A / 1B NIP: 7011088054, REGON: 522043844, KRS: 0000971625, XII Commercial Division of the National Court Register in Warsaw, e-mail: info@langpol.edu.pl, telephone: +48 534 805 206.
2.     The data will be processed a) in order to conclude a contract and its performance (Article 6 (1) (b) of the GDPR); In the event of providing additional data that may improve the performance of the contract -  , the processing will be based on the legitimate interest of the Administrator until the end of the business purpose or raising an objection (Article 6 (1) (f) of the GDPR) b) in order to fulfill the legal obligation that is incumbent on the Administrator, including, inter alia, tax and accounting regulations (Article 6 (1) (c) of the GDPR - no longer than for a period of 6 years); c) in order to implement the legitimate interest of the Administrator (including 
in the form of establishing or pursuing claims / defense against claims / marketing of the company's services and products, opinions) - i.e. until the claims are time-barred / the business purpose ceases to exist or an objection is raised.
3.     purposes, the data may be entrusted, among others hosting company, IT company, company providing accounting and bookkeeping services, teachers, customer service platform, couriers, post offices, lawyer. You have the right to request access to your personal data, rectification of data, deletion or limitation of data processing and objection to processing, as well as the right to transfer data and the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority. The consent may be withdrawn at any time without affecting the lawfulness of the processing carried out prior to its withdrawal. To the extent that data is processed for the purpose of concluding and performing a contract or for the fulfillment of legal obligations or establishing / investigating or defending against claims, providing data is voluntary, but may prevent the conclusion of a contract (not applicable to optional data) ._ cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_
As a rule, data will not be transferred outside the EEA. However, if they are transferred outside the EEA, it will be based on your consent, standard contractual clauses or based on other safeguards provided for in the GDPR, after meeting, among others, information obligation.

Data can be transferred:  
1)    Wix.com LTD, 40 Namal Tel Aviv, 6350671, Israel
2)    Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA


INFORMATION OBLIGATION ARISING FROM THE ACT ON PROVISION OF ELECTRONIC SERVICES AND THE ACT ON CONSUMER RIGHTS


4.     The public nature of the Internet and the use of electronically supplied services may be associated with the risk of obtaining and modifying data by unauthorized persons, therefore appropriate technical minimization measures should be applied. the threats described, in particular anti-virus and identity protection programs. The Organizer does not ask for the Password in any form.
5.     As part of the services provided, it is prohibited to provide illegal content . 
6.     Complaints about services provided electronically can be directed to the address indicated in the contract. The complaint will be considered within 14 days . 
7.     We would like to inform you that in the case of concluding a distance contract or outside the Organiser's seat, the Principal has the statutory right to withdraw from the contract without giving any reason within 14 days from the date conclusion of the contract, subject to paragraph 8. In order to exercise the right of withdrawal, the Principal informs about it by sending, for example, an e-mail or a letter to the Organiser's address (template: I withdraw from the contract of ...). To meet the deadline, it is important to send information about the withdrawal from the contract before its expiry.
8.     The Principal is not entitled to the statutory right to withdraw from the contract in the event that the Organizer has performed the service with the express consent of the Principal, who was informed prior to the provision of will lose the right to withdraw from the contract;
9.     In the event of withdrawal from the Principal's Agreement, all payments received will be refunded, immediately, but not later than 14 days from the date on which the Organizer was informed about the withdrawal. The reimbursement will be made using the same payment methods that were used in the original transaction, unless the Principal / Participant expressly agrees to a different solution; The ordering party will not incur any fees related to this return . 
10.     The Principal may apply to a permanent amicable consumer court with a request to settle a dispute arising from the contract, a voivodeship inspector of the Commercial Inspection with a request for mediation, municipal) of the consumer rights ombudsman or social organization whose statutory tasks include consumer protection and obtain assistance in the matter of the contract or has the right; use the ODR platform ( https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr )

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