The Course Provider, the entity providing the courses for sale and access, may use this Online Course Agreement to explain all the terms and conditions applicable to the course.
The Course Provider, the entity providing the courses for sale and access, may use this Online Course Agreement to explain all the terms and conditions applicable to the course. The Course Agreement is unilateral; that is, there is no negotiation on the terms. The course provider sets these terms and conditions and publishes them online, where the course participants will read and agree to them.
All the course details and additional terms and conditions governing the relationship between the parties are described in this document. The course agreement is made between two parties, the course provider and the participant. All the required information, such as the course name, start and end dates, the course web address, pricing, etc., will be provided in this agreement. That allows informing the users on the terms before they sign up.
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A course provider who wishes to write the terms of the online course can use this document. The course participant does not complete this document because the course provider sets all the conditions.
In the document, the course provider must provide information on the overall course as well as answer any additional questions regarding the relationship between the parties. The document shall contain all the conditions necessary to protect the course provider and to properly regulate the agreement between the course provider and the participant.
A completed document should be posted online for participants to read and agree.
No laws govern Course Agreements, although this document will be covered by state law, for general contract principles and federal laws, overseen by the Federal Trade Commission governing online disclosures, disclaimers, and advertising.