3 tips for workshop terms and conditions.

3 tips for workshop terms and conditions.

Imagine running a workshop which results in a big drama, maybe one of your attendees steal your course and they go and train other people on what you’ve just been teaching them so you end up losing clients, and your reputation is in the toilet. Imagine you teach people a certain technique, a certain process, and then they get to the end of the course that you’ve created for them, and they complain. They say that It didn’t work, and that your course is rubbish. They go on social media and they start saying terrible things about you and your course. 

Or imagine they start your course, they pay for a little bit of it, you give away your content, they access your content then suddenly they go, well, I’ve had enough, I’m stopping. They now have most of your content, and now they don’t wanna pay. All of those things can be avoided if you have good solid terms and conditions. 

Let’s talk about terms and conditions for your course. Book an appointment with me, we’ll chat about terms and conditions, we’ll chat about how to bulletproof your course, we’ll chat about how to make sure that you are not giving away your content. These kinds of problems and heaps of other issues that my clients have had in the past that can be avoided if you have good terms and conditions. My name is Cathryn Warburton, my clients call me the legal lioness, and I can’t wait to chat with you.

Cathryn Warburton About the author

The Legal Lioness. Overcoming severe bullying as a child instilled in her a passion to protect others. As a skilled litigator, she indulges in her dream to push-back against business-bullies who target her clients. She is an international award-winning lawyer and patent attorney and 5-time published author. Cathryn bullet-proofs her client’s businesses and protects them like a mama lioness protecting her cubs. She makes sure that no business is left without access to affordable, easy-to-understand legal information. She does this through her books, proactive legal workshops and 1-2-1 legal services.