Terms and Conditions
1. OWNERSHIP AND COPYRIGHT
All courses and the content therein and delivery thereof are protected by copyright, trademark rights, intellectual property rights and other applicable laws.
All course materials belong to parent company SymComm Limited, are licensed or permission has been granted for their use by SymComm Limited by their respective legal owners in this programme.
All course materials are intended for the use of registered participants and may not be distributed, reproduced, or copied in any form whatsoever without the prior written permission of the respective legal owners.
2. OWNERSHIP AND COPYRIGHT: Website Content
Except for logos of other organisations (which are used with permission), SymComm Limited reserves all rights to all content on this website, including but not limited to any software that drive the interactivity of this website, images, text, downloads, videos, tools, and any other materials found on this website. The rights to other organisations’ logos are retained by their respective legal owners.
While SymComm Limited makes every effort to provide accurate information on this website, SymComm specifically disclaims all express and implied warranties with respect to the information and materials provided on this website, including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or non-infringement of proprietary rights. SymComm, its trustees, officers, employees and other representatives shall have no liability for any damages, including direct, indirect, consequential, compensatory, special, punitive, or incidental damages arising out of or relating to the use of this website or the information and materials provided through this website.
In choosing sources to link to its website, SymComm follows its materials selection guidelines. Beyond this, SymComm does not monitor or control information accessible through the Internet. SymComm is not responsible for the content or changes in content of the sources to which SymComm’s web pages link, or for the content or changes in content of sources accessed through secondary links.