1. Description of Service
By agreeing to the below, you The Student (or Parent/ Guardian), acknowledge that for the period of time that you are a student of Music with Milia:
- Your lesson will be a minimum of 30 minutes duration;
- Fees are to be paid by Go Cardless Direct Debit or direct bank deposit;
- If you opt for a Direct Debit, funds will be paid from your nominated back account at the end of each fortnight;
- All fees paid are non-refundable;
- In the case where fees are unpaid, lessons will not continue until fees are paid;
- You may cancel the service at any time;
- Music with Milia reserves the right to cancel or reschedule lessons as necessary or required. Lessons cancelled by Music with Milia will be credited to you;
- Music with Milia requires 24 hours notification for cancelling or rescheduling scheduled lessons. Lessons cancelled or rescheduled with less than 24 hours notice will be forfeited;
- Lessons are not transferrable to another person.
Music with Milia is bound by the Australian Privacy Principles under the Privacy Act 1988 (Commonwealth) and other relevant laws about how service providers handle personal information.
We will not use or disclose your personal information to any other persons or organisations for other purposes unless:
- You have consented;
- The use or disclosure is for a purpose directly related to our service offering and you would expect us to use or disclose your information in this way;
- We have told you that we disclose your personal information to other organisations or persons;
- We are required or permitted to do so by law.
You have the right to access your personal information held by Music with Milia. You can also request an amendment to your personal information should you believe that it contains inaccurate information.
You, The Student (or Parent/Guardian), authorise Music with Milia to use email, telephone and/or mobile phones for the communication of lessons and student information. You acknowledge that although Music with Milia uses its reasonable best efforts to ensure security and confidentiality, including by adhering to the privacy policies as set by the Privacy Act 1988 (Commonwealth), such communications may not be fully secure and any information which is disclosed to a third party may no longer be protected by privacy legislation and may be disclosed by the person or entity that receives it.