In the context of the Terms and Conditions, the following terms used with a capital letter, in the singular and/or in the plural, mean:
If you wish to modify the Course to which you have just subscribed, you can contact our team by email email@example.com. The modification of your Course will be subject to the agreement of the DataScientest teaching team. Any modification of the Course is equivalent to a new contract and is thus subject to the same formalities as the initial contract.
The Data Science Training Course, subject of the order, will be made available to the Client/Learner, in the E-learning platform.
All of the following educational information is accessible on the platform, in French and in English: the content of the program, the provisional schedule for carrying out the work (Assessments, Projects, group exercises), the schedule of sessions with the Cohort Manager, the average duration in number of hours and the jobs in data sciences accessible following the course.
DataScientest grants the Client/Learner a non-exclusive and non-transferable user license consisting of the opening of access with a username and password to the Platform which will be given to them on the first day of training.
This access allows the User:
To access the Platform and all the Services for the entire duration of their training, and this, from the acknowledgment of receipt of the access confirmation e-mail sent by DataScientest, period from after which access will be disabled;
To benefit from personalized educational support with an expert in data science, the Cohort Manager, who regularly monitors the development of skills in data science.
In the context of the application of articles L.221-18 to 28 of the Consumer Code, the Customer, once he is legally a “consumer”, has a period of 14 days to exercise his right of withdrawal. .
The right of withdrawal can be exercised by contacting the company in writing. The right of withdrawal cannot apply for the cases referred to in article L.221-28 of the Commercial Code. In addition, the Customer expressly waives his right of withdrawal by signing the Contract and/or an order form concerning a training course, the execution of which begins before the end of the withdrawal period.
By subscribing to a Data Science training course within DataScientest, the Client/Learner undertakes to respect the commitments referred to in the Learner Regulations, including the rules relating to attendance at follow-up sessions. We inform you that failure to comply with the rules of the Learner Regulations may lead to sanctions imposed by the DataScientest Disciplinary Board.
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The Director of publication is Mr. Tordjman Yoel.
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In accordance with the provisions of article L.221-28 1° and 13° of the Consumer Code, no cancellation will be possible from the moment the Client/Learner has used their access codes to access the training platform, which will be worth the start of execution and waiver of the right of withdrawal.
Any cancellation or postponement of registration by the Customer must be reported and confirmed in writing. A cancellation occurring more than fourteen (14) calendar days before the start of the course does not give rise to any invoicing.
A cancellation occurring between the fourteenth (14) and seventh (7) calendar days before the start of the course gives rise to an invoicing equal to 20% of the amount of the course. A cancellation occurring less than seven calendar days before the start of the course gives rise to an invoicing of the full amount of the course.
The contract may be terminated by the Client/Learner or their legal representative if, as a result of a case of force majeure, they are prevented from following the corresponding course.
DataScientest offers you two (2) payment methods to pay the Training Fees, the Registration Fees must be paid in one go art 3.2. Once these fees have been paid, the Learner has the option of:
Depending on your file, supporting documents may be requested to validate your funding request. For payment in installments: as soon as Pledg accepts your file, you will have to pay the amount of the 1st monthly payment including fees of 1.5% / 3.55% / 6.45% / 8.10% (depending on whether you have opted for payment in 1,3,6,10 or 12 times respectively) of the total amount of the order.
You will be debited for the other monthly payments according to the payment schedule that will have been communicated to you.
Payment is made in the following ways:
In the absence of payment of the price on the due date, we reserve the right to claim payment, to suspend the performance of the Services concerned or to automatically terminate the contract binding us. Any amount not paid on the due date bears interest at the legal rate, without prior notice.
Any amount owed by the Client/Learner, not paid on time, will be increased automatically and without prior notice, by interest of 5% per month from the due date.
In any case, any Customer/Learner in a situation of late payment will automatically be liable to DataScientest for a minimum lump sum compensation of forty euros for recovery costs (Article D.441-5 of the Code of business).
In addition, DataScientest reserves the right, fifteen days after sending a formal notice to pay by partially or totally ineffective registered letter, to suspend the Service until full payment of the sums due and if this payment is not not carried out, to automatically terminate the contract with immediate effect.
The Services broadcast on the Internet are normally accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, except in cases of force majeure, events beyond the control of DataScientest and/or the Service host, possible breakdowns or maintenance interventions related to the technological evolution of the Platform or necessary to ensure the proper functioning of the Service. DataScientest reserves the right to carry out interventions on the resources made available to Learners in order to carry out corrective, curative or evolutionary maintenance of the site. Any remote maintenance is preceded by information to the Customer by email 24 hours before it takes place. This maintenance will be carried out at night for one hour once a week.
We undertake to make every effort to guarantee the accessibility and continuity of the Services of the Platform, but we are only bound by an obligation of means concerning the continuity of access to the Service.
The Client/Learner is solely responsible for the choice of Services provided by DataScientest, their storage and their use.
The Client/Learner declares to know and accept the characteristics and limits of the transmission of information by the Internet network, as well as the expenses related to the connection, they acknowledge that it is their responsibility to ensure that the technical characteristics of the equipment that they use allow them access to the service under the best conditions, in particular with regard to the transmission of documents by Internet, and to take all appropriate measures to be protected from contamination by possible harmful programs.
DataScientest’s liability can only be incurred in the event of proven fault or negligence and will be limited to the direct damages suffered by the Client/Learner, to the exclusion of any indirect damage. In the event that DataScientest is held liable, the total amount of any sum charged to DataScientest may not exceed the total amount of the price paid by the Client/Learner for the Service concerned.
In accordance with Article L. 612-1 of the Consumer Code, the consumer, subject to Article L.612.2 of the Consumer Code, has the right to submit a request for amicable resolution by way of mediation, within a period of less than one year from its written complaint to the professional.
DataScientest has designated, by membership registered under number 50212/VM/2208, SAS Médiation Solution as a consumer mediation entity.
To seize the mediator, the consumer must formulate their request:
– Or in writing to:
Sas Mediation Solution
222 sheepfold road
01800 Saint Jean de Niost
Such. 04 82 53 93 06
– Either by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
– Either by filling out the online form entitled “Saisir le mediator” on the site https://www.sasmediationsolution-conso.fr
Regardless of the means of referral used, the request must imperatively contain:
The postal, telephone and electronic contact details of the applicant,
The name and address and the registration number at Sas Médiation Solution, of the professional concerned,
A brief statement of the facts. The consumer will specify to the mediator what they expect from this mediation and why,
A copy of the prior complaint,
All documents allowing the instruction of the request (purchase order, invoice, proof of payment, etc.).