Terms And Conditions
Freedom of Information Act The Freedom of Information Act 2000 became law on the 30th November 2000.It is intended to create a culture of openness and accountability across the public sector by making information available proactively through a publication scheme.
Information on our website The Employability Trust strives to ensure that the information provided on this website is as accurate as possible at all times but it must be brought to the attention of the visitor that all information, including courses, tuition fees, exam fees and financial help, may be subject to change. Courses are dependent on student numbers enrolling and as such The Employability Trust reserves the right to cancel any course which is no longer viable. If you wish to check that the information is still accurate, or is fit for the purposes of your enquiry or needs, please do not hesitate to call us on 0191 587 9797. The provision of links to third party websites are done so to provide additional information or to highlight third parties which may be of interest. Whilst The Employability Trust provides these links in the best faith it cannot be held responsible for the content or security of third party sites. The Employability Trust is proud of the content of the site and as such would like to reiterate that all original text, graphics, maps and photographs used on this website remain the exclusive property of The Employability Trust and may not be copied or reused without the prior written permission of The Employability Trust. If you have any comments or feedback regarding our website please do not hesitate to email email@example.com with your comments and suggestions.