User Terms and Conditions
Collisor Pty Ltd ACN 636 037 673 (we, us, our) provides access to our website at www.collisor.com.au (Website) and our online services on the following terms. "You" includes website visitors, persons who create an account with us, and persons who utilise our products and services.
These Terms and Conditions, the Privacy Policy, and all other policies posted on our Website contain the terms on which we offer you access and use of our Website and applications and services for the purpose of identifying any educational, training or continuing professional development course, university degree or certificate qualification course (Course) you may be interested in, assisting you with enrolling in that Course, locating or obtaining tutoring services, obtaining student accommodation and obtaining student loans (Service).
By accessing our Website and using our Service you agree to comply with the Terms and Conditions, the  Privacy Policy and any policies incorporated into these Terms and Conditions.  If you do not wish to be bound by these Terms and Conditions you must discontinue accessing, browsing, and using the Website and Service.
1.           Website and Service
1.1        This Website and Service is provided for your general information and personal use only.  The content on the Website and the Service is provided on an "as is" basis and is subject to change without notice.
1.2        You acknowledge that it is your responsibility to ensure that any products, services or information available on the Website or through the Service meet your specific requirements.  We make no guarantee as to the usefulness of the content on the Website, or any products or services promoted on the Website or communicated to you by us.  We do not guarantee the appropriateness of any Courses, student loans, tutoring services or student accommodation identified on the Website or any advice we provide you, the likelihood of any employment as a result of a Course or the likelihood of completing a Course as a result of obtaining a student loan or tutoring services.
1.3        In using the Service and Website you agree that you will not provide any information through the Service or the Website which is misleading or deceptive, whether by any act or omission.
1.4        Where you use the Service to:
(a)         enter into a Course you are responsible for complying with your obligations with regards to that Course and the Course provider and complying with any contract you enter into with that Course provider;
(b)         obtain student accommodation you are responsible for complying with your obligations regarding the accommodation and the accommodation provider, and complying with any lease agreement or other contract you enter into with the student accommodation provider;
(c)         obtain tutoring services you are responsible for arranging and meeting with the tutor, payment of the tutor%u2019s services and complying with any arrangement or agreement you entered into with the tutor for the tutoring services; and
(d)         obtain a student loan you are responsible for complying with your obligations to repay the student loan and any other contractual obligations you may have with the student loan provider.
2.           Age
2.1        You warrant that you are 18 years or over, or otherwise have the consent of your parent or legal guardian to use the Service.
3.           Account and password
3.1        You may require an account and password to access the Website and Service.
3.2        You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your password and account information and for all conduct carried out under this password and account. We are not liable for any loss of confidentiality or for any damages arising from your failure to comply with these requirements.
3.3        You can close your account at any time by contacting us at [email protected]
4.           Use of the Website and Service
4.1        While using the Website and Service you agree not to:
(a)         use this Website or the Service for any purpose prohibited by these Terms and Conditions;
(b)         infringe any laws or third party's rights;
(c)         impersonate another person or entity;
(d)         share information which reasonably identifies another person without their consent.  If you do share personal information about another person you acknowledge that you will have informed that person of our Privacy Policy which sets out how we will handle their personal information;
(e)         collect information about users of the Service or Website without their consent;
(f)          post or transmit to, from or through the Service which infringes a third party's rights, is misleading or deceptive, is false or otherwise inaccurate, is unlawful, is threatening, is defamatory, is obscene, is scandalous, is inflammatory, is pornographic, is profane or constitutes spam, pyramid schemes, chain letters or unsolicited or bulk  electronic communications;
(g)         distribute viruses or other technologies that may harm the Website or Service or harm the property or interests of other users of the Service;
(h)         data mine or conduct automated searches of the Website or Service, or use automated means to access or use the Website or Service;
(i)          hinder or interfere or attempt to hinder or interfere with the operation of the Website or Service;
(j)          breach these Terms and Conditions or any policies incorporated into these Terms and Conditions.
4.2        Unauthorised use of the Website or Service may give rise to a claim for damages and/or be a criminal offence.
5.           Our content
5.1        The content on the Service is subject to change without notice.
5.2        All intellectual property rights in the content on the Website or Service (including text, graphics, photographs, icons and software) is owned by us or lawfully used by us and is protected by copyright law.
5.3        In accessing the content on the Website and Service you agree that you will not remove, obscure or alter any copyright notice or trade mark on any content that you access and use.
5.4        Except where necessary for, or incidental to, your viewing or use of our content on the Website, Service or as permitted by the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) and any other applicable laws, no Website or Service content may be adapted, reproduced, published, stored, distributed, printed, displayed, translated, reverse engineered, disassembled, performed, transmitted, published or be contained in any derivative works.
6.           Your content
6.1        You grant us a non-exclusive, irrevocable, worldwide, fee-free, perpetual licence to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, disclose, publish, store, distribute, print, display, perform, translate, communicate, transmit or otherwise use all content you post using the Service.
6.2        In making your content available on the Website or Service you waive all moral rights in the content you post on the Website or Service as that term is defined in the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) and you warrant that you have the right to grant the rights under this clause 6.
7.           Trade marks
7.1        The Website or Service may contain trade marks which are owned by us or by third parties.  You must not use any of the trade marks appearing on the Website or Service without the prior written permission of the trade mark owner.
8.           Social media
8.1        We may use social media, including Facebook and LinkedIn.  All content on our social media pages is subject to the terms of use of each social media provider.  In accessing and interacting with our social media pages you agree to be bound by the terms of use that apply to those pages.
8.2        You acknowledge that the posts, comments and statements posted to our social media pages may come from other users, and may not be endorsed by us and may not represent our views.
9.           Links to other websites
9.1        From time to time this Website may also include hyperlinks to other websites operated by third parties.  These links are provided for your convenience.  We do not guarantee that the hyperlinks to other websites will remain current, or that the hyperlinks will be maintained. 
9.2        The provision of hyperlinks does not represent or signify that we endorse, approve, recommend or prefer the website(s) or the content on those websites.  We have no responsibility for the content of the linked website(s) and you use the linked website at your own risk.
9.3        Your access and use of third party websites is subject to the terms and conditions on those websites.  You should exercise caution when visiting third party websites and check the terms and conditions of each website prior to use.
10.        Limiting or restricting use of the Service
10.1      Without limiting our rights and remedies pursuant to these Terms and Conditions, or at law, or in equity, we may suspend, terminate or otherwise limit your use of the Service, including any account you establish to access the Service, delay posting your content to the Service, or remove, delete, modify or not display your content on the Service, and take appropriate legal and technical steps to keep you off the Service where we have reason to believe that you are not complying with these Terms and Conditions, have provided false information, are breaching the law or the intellectual property rights of a third party or are creating liability relating to the Website or Service.
11.        Disclaimer
11.1      You access and use the Website and Service at your own risk.  We make no guarantee that the Website or Service will operate continuously or securely, error-free or in a timely manner, or free of bugs, viruses, interference or harmful applications.  We have no liability for any advertisements on the Website or Service, or Course information provided, or for your conduct or another user's conduct when using the Website or Service.
11.2      To the fullest extent permitted by law we exclude all implied warranties, terms and conditions and we are not liable for any damages, including monetary damages, damages to goodwill or reputation or damages which are consequential, indirect or special and which relate to your use of the Website or Service or any inability you have to use the Website or Service. 
11.3      Where we cannot limit the above remedies, we expressly limit our liability for breach of a non-excludable statutory guarantee to the supply of the Service again or paying the cost of having the Service supplied again whichever is less.
12.        Security of information
12.1      We are unable to control the operation and security of the internet and third party networks, facilities and services.  You assume all risk and liability of your use of the internet and any third party networks, facilities and services, including any access to the Website and Service.
13.        Use of technology
13.1      We may use cookies and technology on the Website.  Please see our Privacy Policy for further information on the technology used on the Website.
14.        Privacy
14.1      Any personal information you provide to us will be collected, used, stored, accessed and disclosed in accordance with our Privacy Policy.
15.        Severability
15.1      If any provision in these Terms and Conditions is or becomes illegal, unenforceable or invalid in any jurisdiction, that provision will be severed in the relevant jurisdiction, and the remaining provisions in the Terms and Conditions will remain in force.
16.        No agency
16.1      We do not provide the Website or Service as an agent and we are not an agent for any person or entity using the Website or Service.
17.        Changes to the Terms and Conditions:
17.1      We may change these Terms and Conditions.  Any amendments to the Terms and Conditions will be effective immediately on publication to the Website. 
17.2      We encourage you to check our Website to view the current Terms and Conditions as your continued use of the Website and Service after an amendment to the Terms and Conditions constitutes your agreement to comply with, and be bound by, the amended Terms and Conditions. 
18.        Governing law
18.1      These Terms and Conditions are governed by the laws in force in the State of Queensland, Australia, which will have exclusive jurisdiction over any disputes relating to these Terms and Conditions and you submit you to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in the State of Queensland, Australia and any courts which may hear appeals from those courts.
19.        Contacting us
19.1      If you have any enquiries about these Terms and Conditions, we can be contacted at: [[email protected]].
 
Provider Terms and Conditions
Collisor Pty Ltd ACN 636 037 673 (we, us, our) provides access to our Website and our Service available through the Website.  By using the Website or our Service you confirm that you agree to these Terms and Conditions and any policies incorporated into these Terms and Conditions including our Privacy Policy.
If you are also a User, you must read and accept the User Terms and Conditions. Depending on your use of the Website and Service you may be a User (who is required to comply with the User Terms and Conditions) in addition to an Accommodation, Course or Tutoring provider (which is required to comply with these Terms and Conditions). 
1.           Definitions
1.1        In these Terms and Conditions, except to the extent the context otherwise requires:
(a)         Accommodation means student accommodation arrangement you are providing;
(b)         Business Day means a day that is not a Saturday, Sunday or bank holiday;
(c)         Course means any educational, training or continuing professional development course, university degree or certificate qualification course you are providing;
(d)         Fee means the monthly fee for the Premium subscription (see clause 8 below), Platinum subscription (see clause 9 below), or the ad hoc services (see clause 10 below) as identified on the Website;
(e)         Service means advertising the Accommodation, Course and/or Tutoring services on the Website, facilitating a User obtaining Accommodation and/or Tutoring and/or entering into a Course as detailed in these Terms and Conditions;
(f)          Tutoring means any tutoring services arrangement you are providing;
(g)         User means any person or entity who obtains Accommodation, Course and/or Tutoring services via the Website;
(h)         Website means the website at www.collisor.com.au and www.collisor.com;
(i)          you means any Course provider, Accommodation provider, and/or Tutoring provider.
2.           Platform
2.1        We provide a platform for you to advertise your Course, Accommodation or Tutoring via the Website. 
2.2        We do not guarantee that Users will purchase, sign up for, or otherwise obtain your Course or Tutoring or the provision of your Accommodation.
3.           Service
3.1        The Website and Service is provided to help Users identify any Course they may be interested in, assist Users with enrolling in a Course, locate and obtain Tutoring for the User, and locate and obtain Accommodation.
3.2        You may have the opportunity to interact with Users directly as a result of using the Service.  We are not liable for, and have no responsibility for any interactions that occur between you and a User.
3.3        In advertising your Accommodation, Course and/or Tutoring you:
(a)         acknowledge and consent for your details, including contact details, to be provided to Users;
(b)         consent to some or all of the information you provide to us being publicly available and appearing in search engine results.  We will indicate where information will not be publicly available;
(c)         acknowledge that Users may provide feedback on the Accommodation, Course and/or Tutoring you have provided, and this feedback may be made publicly available.  The feedback may consist of comments, and/or a score or rating, which you will have the opportunity to respond to;
(d)         confirm that you are responsible for the prices quoted for the Accommodation, Course and/or Tutoring via the Service;
(e)         confirm that you accept full responsibility for paying any applicable taxes relating to your provision of Accommodation, Courses and/or Tutoring via the Service;
(f)          confirm that at all times you will conduct yourself professionally in providing the Accommodation, Course and/or Tutoring;
(g)         confirm that if you are an individual providing Accommodation, a Course and/or Tutoring, that you are 18 years or older, or have the consent of your legal guardian;
(h)         warrant that all the information you provide to us, including via the Service, is complete, accurate and error-free.
4.           Accommodation
4.1        If you are advertising Accommodation via the Service you warrant that:
(a)         the Accommodation is clean, and suitable for use;
(b)         the Accommodation complies with all relevant laws and planning requirements;
(c)         you will offer and provide the Accommodation in compliance with all relevant laws;
(d)         you have the right to advertise the Accommodation and to provide the Accommodation to a User;
(e)         you will comply with the Accommodation arrangements agreed to between you and the User.
5.           Tutoring
5.1        If you are advertising Tutoring via the Service you warrant that:
(a)         you are suitably qualified to provide the Tutoring you are advertising;
(b)         if the Tutoring is being provided in a venue, that the venue is clean and suitable for providing Tutoring and complies with all relevant laws;
(c)         you will comply with the Tutoring arrangements agreed to between you and the User.
6.           Course providers
6.1        If you are advertising a Course via the Service you warrant that:
(a)         you are qualified to provide the Course;
(b)         that if you are a registered training organisation you comply with the vocational education and training Quality Framework also known as the VET Quality Framework;
(c)         the provision of the Course complies with all relevant laws and authorisations;
(d)         you hold all relevant authorisations to offer the Course.
7.           Free listings
7.1        You can list your Course, Tutoring or Accommodation for free via the Service and receive:
(a)         email support from us;
(b)         the ability to list your website in the advertisement;
(c)         edit and update your profile page on the Website;
(d)         feedback from Users on the Accommodation, Course and/or Tutoring you have provided which may consist of comments and/or a score or rating.
8.           Premium subscription
8.1        Subject to payment of the Fee, you can list your Course, Tutoring or Accommodation via the Service and receive:
(a)         10 click through enquiries for your Accommodation, Course or Tutoring offering on the Website each month;
(b)         10 sponsored feature advertisements on the Website for your Accommodation, Course or Tutoring offering each month;
(c)         10 banner advertisements on the Website for your Accommodation, Course or Tutoring offering each month;
(d)         up to 10 review responses for each Accommodation, Course or Tutoring offering you have on the Website each month;
(e)         monthly profile reports;
(f)          dashboard diagnostics;
(g)         phone and email support from us;
(h)         the ability to list your website in the advertisements;
(i)          edit and update your profile on the Website;
(j)          no advertisements on your profile page on the Website;
(k)         feedback from Users on the Accommodation, Course and/or Tutoring you have provided which may consist of comments and/or a score or rating.
9.           Platinum subscription
9.1        Subject to payment of the Fee, you can list your Course, Tutoring or Accommodation via the Service and receive:
(a)         unlimited click through enquiries for your Accommodation, Course or Tutoring offering on the Website each month;
(b)         50 sponsored feature advertisements on the Website for your Accommodation, Course or Tutoring offering each month;
(c)         50 banner advertisements on the Website for your Accommodation, Course or Tutoring offering each month;
(d)         unlimited review responses for each Accommodation, Course or Tutoring offering you have on the Website each month;
(e)         quote reviews;
(f)          social media presence;
(g)         enhanced listings in Users searches on the Website;
(h)         monthly profile reports;
(i)          dashboard diagnostics;
(j)          phone and email support from us;
(k)         the ability to list your website in the advertisements;
(l)          edit and update your profile page on the Website;
(m)        no advertisements on your profile page on the Website;
(n)         feedback from Users on the Accommodation, Course and/or Tutoring you have provided which may consist of comments and/or a score or rating.
10.        Ad hoc services
10.1      Subject to payment of the Fee you may obtain any of the ad hoc services advertised on the Website or the Service for the period identified in the advertisement.
11.        Payment
11.1      Fees
(a)         The Fees will be deducted each month from the account provided by you.
(b)         Failing to pay the Fees as and when due, may result in your access to the Service being suspended in addition to any other rights or remedies available to us.
11.2      Tax invoice
(a)         We will provide you a tax invoice for each Fee payment.
11.3      Goods and services tax
(a)         Unless otherwise expressly stated, all amounts stated to be payable to us are exclusive of GST.
(b)         If GST is imposed on any Supply made under or in accordance with these Terms and Conditions, the Recipient of the Taxable Supply must pay us an additional amount equal to the GST payable on or for the Taxable Supply.  Payment of the additional amount will be made at the same time as payment for the Taxable Supply is required to be made in accordance with these Terms and Conditions, subject to the provision of a Tax Invoice.
(c)         If these terms and conditions requires a party to pay for, reimburse or contribute to any expense, loss, indemnity or outgoing (Reimbursable Expense) suffered or incurred by another party, the amount required to be paid, reimbursed or contributed by the first party will be the sum of:
(i)          the amount of the Reimbursable Expense less the Input Tax Credits (if any) to which the other party is entitled in respect of the Reimbursable Expense; and
(ii)         if the other party's recovery from the first party is a Taxable Supply, any GST payable in respect of that Supply.
(d)         In this clause 11.3, the expressions "GST", "Input Tax Credit", "Supply", "Tax Invoice", "Recipient" and "Taxable Supply" have the meanings given to those expressions in A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999 (Cth).
12.        Website and Service
12.1      Obligations
(a)         Where a User enters into an arrangement to obtain Accommodation or Tutoring from you or enters into a Course you are providing, you are responsible for complying with your obligations with regards to that Accommodation, Tutoring or Course and complying with any contract you enter into with the User.
(b)         You are responsible for determining if the Service and Website are fit for purpose and meet your specific requirements.
(c)         You are responsible for all content you post on the Service and Website.
12.2      Changes to the Website and Service
(a)         We may change or update the configuration of the Website or Service to reflect changes in any laws, technology, industry practices or in response to the use of the Website or Service.
(b)         Updates to the Website or Service pursuant to clause 12.2(a) will not materially reduce the level of performance, functionality, security or availability of the Website or Service.
12.3      Personnel
(a)         You are responsible for ensuring that your personnel who are using the Website and Service on your behalf will be bound by these Terms and Conditions and any policies referred to in these Terms and Conditions which includes our Privacy Policy insofar as it applies.
(b)         You acknowledge that you are responsible for each of your personnel's compliance with these Terms and Conditions, the policies referred to in these Terms and Conditions and any applicable law.
12.4      Account and password
(a)         You may require an account and password to access the Website and Service.
(b)         You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your password and account information and for all conduct carried out under this password and account. We are not liable for any loss of confidentiality or for any damages arising from your failure to comply with these requirements.
(c)         You can close your account at any time by contacting us at [[email protected]].
12.5      Connection
(a)         You acknowledge that you are solely responsible for establishing, operating and maintaining, at your expense, the connection to the Website and Service, including procuring, configuring, operating and maintaining all computer hardware and software, equipment, electronic systems, networks and web browsers necessary for this connection.
(a)         You are responsible for managing any vulnerabilities that may arise in connection with your use of the Website or Service, including but not limited to vulnerabilities in your operating environment or which may result from using the Website or Service in a manner inconsistent with these Terms and Conditions.
(b)         You are responsible for the security of your computer systems and security of its access to and connection with the Website and Service, employing all necessary safeguards, security procedures and controls necessary to protect against unauthorised access and any consequences resulting from a failure to comply with this clause 12.5 including any vulnerabilities arising from viruses, malware or other harmful codes.
13.        Use of the Website and Service
13.1      While using the Website and Service you agree not to:
(a)         use this Website or the Service for any purpose prohibited by these Terms and Conditions;
(b)         infringe any laws or third party's rights;
(c)         impersonate another person or entity;
(d)         share information which reasonably identifies another person without their consent.  If you do share personal information about another person you acknowledge that you will have informed that person of our Privacy Policy which sets out how we will handle their personal information;
(e)         collect information about Users without their consent;
(f)          use the personal information of a User for any other purpose other than which it was provided;
(g)         post or transmit to, from or through the Service which infringes a third party's rights, is misleading or deceptive, is false or otherwise inaccurate, is unlawful, is threatening, is defamatory, is obscene, is scandalous, is inflammatory, is pornographic, is profane or constitutes spam, pyramid schemes, chain letters or unsolicited or bulk  electronic communications;
(h)         distribute viruses or other technologies that may harm the Website or Service or harm the property or interests of other users of the Service;
(i)          data mine or conduct automated searches of the Website or Service, or use automated means to access or use the Service;
(j)          hinder or interfere or attempt to hinder or interfere with the operation of the Website or Service;
(k)         breach these Terms and Conditions or any policies incorporated into these Terms and Conditions.
13.2      Unauthorised use of the Website or Service may give rise to a claim for damages and/or be a criminal offence.
14.        Support services
14.1      Where payment of the Fees entitles you to receive phone and/or email support from us, you acknowledge that this support does not include:
(a)         resolving any issues relating to the Service or the Website caused by any use of the Service or Website which contravenes these Terms and Conditions, which is caused by operator error or your failure to provide stable environmental conditions, which is caused by operating environment malfunctions, or which is caused by any failure to comply with these Terms and Conditions and any other agreement entered into with us;
(a)         training of operating staff;
(b)         providing information that we have already made available; or
(c)         assistance with capacity planning, system tuning, benchmarking and operational troubleshooting.
14.2      Where you are entitled to receive phone and/or email support from us:
(a)         we will provide this support during busines hours;
(b)         you can access the support by contacting us on [1800573127] or by email . [email protected]
14.3      You agree that you will provide us with all relevant information in order to receive the phone and/or email support from us.  Failing to provide the relevant information promptly may result in delays resolving your issue.
15.        Our content
15.1      All intellectual property rights in the content on the Service (including text, graphics, photographs, icons and software) is owned by us or lawfully used by us and is protected by copyright law.
15.2      In accessing the content on the Service you agree that you will not remove, obscure or alter any copyright notice or trade mark on any content that you access and use.
15.3      Except where necessary for, or incidental to, your viewing or use of our content on the Service or as permitted by the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) and any other applicable laws, no Service content may be adapted, reproduced, published, stored, distributed, printed, displayed, translated, reverse engineered, disassembled, performed, transmitted, published or be contained in any derivative works.
16.        Your content
16.1      You grant us a non-exclusive, irrevocable, worldwide, fee-free, perpetual licence to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, disclose, publish, store, distribute, print, display, perform, translate, communicate, transmit or otherwise use all content you post on the Service.
16.2      In making your content available on the Service you waive all moral rights in the content you post on that Service at that term is defined in the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) and you warrant that you have the right to grant the rights under this clause 16.
17.        Confidentiality
17.1      Our confidential information includes, but is not limited to, the content of any reports we provide to you including the monthly profile reports, the content of the dashboard diagnostics you may have access to, the features and functionality of the Website and Service, the performance of the Service and our intellectual property, to the extent that this information is not already in the public domain through no breach of these Terms and Conditions by you.
17.2      You agree to keep confidential and all reasonable precautions to keep our confidential information confidential.
18.        Dispute resolution
18.1      Prohibition on proceedings
(a)         A party must not start court proceedings (except proceedings seeking interlocutory relief) in respect of a dispute arising out of these Terms and Conditions (Dispute) unless it has complied with this clause 18.
18.2      Notification
(a)         A party claiming that a Dispute has arisen must notify the other party to the Dispute giving details of the Dispute.
18.3      Attempt to resolve
(a)         During the 10 Business Day period after a notice is given under clause 18.2 (or longer period agreed in writing by the parties to the Dispute) (Initial Period) each party must use its reasonable efforts to resolve the Dispute, including referring the Dispute to senior management and then to the relevant Chief Executive Officers.
18.4      Mediation
(a)         If the parties are unable to resolve the Dispute within the Initial Period, the parties must refer the Dispute for mediation.
(b)         The mediator will be a registered member of the Resolution Institute ABN 69 008 651 232 (Resolution Institute) mutually agreed by the parties or, in default of agreement within a further period of seven days, appointed, at the request of either party, by the President for the time being of the Resolution Institute.
(c)         The mediation will be conducted in Brisbane, Queensland Australia and in accordance with the guidelines laid down by the appointed mediator having regard to the principles of best practice in mediation generally. The parties will bear their own costs of preparing for and participating in the mediation. 
(d)         If the mediation does not conclude the Dispute within 10 Business Days of mediation and unless the parties agree to extend the mediation, either party may start court proceedings.
19.        Force majeure
19.1      A party shall not be liable for any delay or failure to perform its obligations under these Terms and Conditions (other than an obligation to pay Fees or other amounts) if such delay is due to a Force Majeure Event.
19.2      If a delay or failure is caused or anticipated due to a Force Majeure Event, that party's obligations will be suspended. If a delay or failure by a party to perform its obligations due to Force Majeure Event exceeds 60 days, the other party may immediately terminate these Terms and Conditions on providing notice in writing to the party.
19.3      In this clause 19 Force Majeure Event means any event which is beyond a party's control and that is preventing its performance pursuant to these Terms and Conditions  (including war, riot, natural disaster, labour dispute, or law taking effect after you have entered into these Terms and Conditions).
20.        Limiting or restricting use of the Service
20.1      Without limiting our rights and remedies pursuant to these Terms and Conditions, or at law, or in equity, we may suspend, terminate or otherwise limit your use of the Service, including any account you establish to access the Service, delay posting your content to the Service, or remove, delete, modify or not display your content on the Service, and take appropriate legal and technical steps to keep you off the Service where we have reason to believe that you are not complying with these Terms and Conditions, have provided false information, are breaching the law or the intellectual property rights of a third party or are creating liability relating to the Website or Service or have failed to pay the Fees as and when they fall due.
21.        Disclaimer
21.1      You access and use the Website and Service at your own risk.  We make no guarantee that the Website or Service will operate continuously or securely, error-free or in a timely manner, or free of bugs, viruses, interference or harmful applications.  We have no liability for any advertisements on the Website or Service, or Course information provided, or for your conduct or another user's conduct when using the Website or Service.
21.2      To the fullest extent permitted by law we exclude all implied warranties, terms and conditions and we are not liable for any damages, including monetary damages, damages to goodwill or reputation or damages which are consequential, indirect or special and which relate to your use of the Website or Service or inability you have to use the Website or Service. 
21.3      Where we cannot limit the above remedies, we expressly limit our liability for breach of a non-excludable statutory guarantee to the supply of the Service again or paying the cost of having the Service supplied again whichever is less.
22.        Indemnity
22.1      You are liable for, and indemnify us from and against, all loss or damage (including legal costs on a solicitor and client basis) incurred or suffered by us however caused in connection with any breach of these Terms and Conditions by you, any breach of a warranty given by you under these Terms and Conditions, any act, error, omission or negligence of you or your personnel or any person purporting to act on behalf of you, any alleged or actual infringement of a third party's intellectual property rights by you in connection with the Website or Service.
22.2      Each indemnity contained in these Terms and Conditions is a continuing obligation and constitutes a separate and independent obligation of you from your other obligations under these Terms and Conditions.
22.3      It is not necessary for us to incur any expense or make any payment before enforcing or making a claim under an indemnity.
23.        Security of information
23.1      We are unable to control the operation and security of the internet and third party networks, facilities and services.  You assume all risk and liability of your use of the internet and any third party networks, facilities and services, including any access to the Website and Service.
24.        Use of technology
24.1      We may use cookies and technology on the Website.  Please see our Privacy Policy for further information on the technology used on the Website.
25.        Privacy
25.1      Any personal information you provide to us will be collected, used, stored, accessed and disclosed in accordance with our Privacy Policy.
26.        Severability
26.1      If any provision in these Terms and Conditions is or becomes illegal, unenforceable or invalid in any jurisdiction, that provision will be severed in the relevant jurisdiction, and the remaining provisions in the Terms and Conditions will remain in force.
27.        No agency
27.1      We do not provide the Website or Service as an agent and we are not an agent for any person or entity using the Website or Service.
28.        No employment
28.1      We are not under any circumstances your employer and nothing in these Terms and Conditions makes us your employer.
29.        Changes to the Terms and Conditions
29.1      Subject to any contractual arrangements we may have:
(a)         we may change these Terms and Conditions.  Any amendments to the Terms and Conditions will be effective immediately on publication to the Website; and 
(b)         we encourage you to check our Website to view the current Terms and Conditions as your continued use of the Website and Service after an amendment to the Terms and Conditions constitutes your agreement to comply with, and be bound by, the amended Terms and Conditions. 
30.        Governing law
30.1      These Terms and Conditions are governed by the laws in force in the State of Queensland, Australia, which will have exclusive jurisdiction over any disputes relating to these Terms and Conditions and you submit you to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in the State of Queensland, Australia and any courts which may hear appeals from those courts.
31.        Contacting us
31.1      If you have any enquiries about these Terms and Conditions, we can be contacted at: [email protected]