In Part 1, I delved into what legals you should look for when signing up for an online course, and how to know it is legitimate. If you missed Part 1 of this series, you are welcome to watch it first here.
Today, in Part 2, I am talking to you about the Terms and Conditions that are required when signing up for an online course.
As a business owner, it’s important that you know what you are signing up for. Afterall, you are investing your time and money into it.
Watch the video as I give you more tips on what to look for when signing up for an online course and the associated legals Business Terms and Conditions.
If you would like to talk more about legals for online courses, please book a complimentary chat with me.
Lawyer, Contract Specialist, Speaker & Advocate for Women in Business.
Drawing on more than 15 years’ experience as a lawyer and a woman in business, Shalini Nandan-Singh helps Australian service-based entrepreneurs protect their businesses and their bottom lines with empowered legal advice and contracts.
Encouraging listeners to #loveyourlegals, Shalini firmly believes that business legals should be an authentic extension of your business. Her goal is to educate audiences that, rather than confusing legalese, business legals should be an authentic extension of your business, creating positive business boundaries that support you in working with your clients with compassion and understanding.
Disclaimer: This blog is written to support business owners to consider legal requirements and issues that may arise in business. The information provided is for general and educational purposes only. It is not intended as legal advice for your individual circumstances. Please consult your lawyer for advice specific to you and your business.