English Skype Lessons
Select your preferred course, finalise payment and make an appointment within 30 days.
AU$25 PER HOUR
My English Skype lessons have a fixed hourly rate of AU$25. No recurring payments, no minimum commitment and no recurring subscription costs.
You pay as you go. No long-term commitments. Total freedom to book as many lessons as you would like.
English Skype Lessons
terms and conditions
By booking my lessons, you acknowledge, understand and abide by the below terms
48-Hour Cancellation Policy
Students are required to give a notice of 48 hours if they need to cancel or reschedule a lesson for any reason. Failure in giving enough notice will result in full payment of the missed scheduled session by students.
Due to ATO (Australian Taxation Office) regulations, students must use their authorised hours within one month of being invoiced.
All lessons are priced at AU$25 per 60 minutes.
All students are required to fill in an enrollment form, an enquiry form and a ‘terms and conditions’ form prior to the start of one’s first session.
Payments are to be formalised at the time of your booking. Students are able to pay fees via Bank Transfer, Credit Card or Paypal.
Both business and student thereinby agree on keeping information, both verbal and written, in strict confidentiality. Also, no reproduction of materials provided by my services to a student is allowed, unless consent is given in writing.
Zero tolerance towards bullying, harassment and discrimination
Statement and Definitions
I will enforce a strict Zero Tolerance policy towards harassment and discrimination in any form. Harassment, discrimination or any associated behaviours (outlined below) are defined by reasons to expel from any courses without a refund and includes the following:
Emotional behaviour which intentionally harms or injures another person, often to gain control over them.
acts which cause harm, distress or discomfort to an individual, a group, a community, or an environment.
Offensive, intimidating, or malicious behaviour which can be physical, verbal and non-verbal (e.g. via text or social media).
When an individual or a group of people are treated less favourably based on a characteristic such as age, disability, gender reassignment or identity, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.
Unwanted behaviour that is offensive or makes someone feel distressed, degraded or intimidated.
Crime which is motivated by prejudice based on race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or transgender identity.
the belief that someone is inferior because their colour, ethnicity, nationality or race, leading to discrimination.
This list of behaviours is not meant to be comprehensive but will outline behaviours which are deemed to be unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
– Unwelcome sexual gestures, comments or innuendos with a sexual overtone
– Unwelcome and/or irrelevant questions about your personal life (including sex, romance and sexual orientation)
– Exposing yourself to someone
– Derogatory comments based on various characteristics (outlined in Discrimination)