Delegate Terms and Conditions for Webinars
1.1 The webinar is organised and managed by The Association of Dental Implantology Limited, a company registered in England and Wales with registration number 2260991 and registered office at Abbey House, Hickleys Court, South Street, Farnham, Surrey, England, GU9 7QQ, and a charity registered in England and Wales and having charity number 800238.
1.2 References to “us” means The Association of Dental Implantology Limited and references to “we” and “our” shall be construed accordingly. References to “you” mean the person registering to view the webinar.
1.3 All applications to register for the webinar are made subject to these Terms and Conditions (which shall apply to the exclusion of any terms sought to be imposed by you).
2. Live webinars
2.1 Access to the live webinar is via the members’ area of the ADI website.
2.2 We will provide a link to access the live webinar via a platform provided by the webinar production company. You will need to undergo a short online registration process with the website production company in advance of the event to set up your webinar access.
2.3 Only individuals who are ADI members at the time of viewing are eligible to view live webinars. Members should not share their ADI website login details to any other parties.
2.4 The live webinar is for an ADI member’s personal use. The URL for the webinar should not be shared. No attempt should be made to download, copy, distribute or broadcast a live webinar.
2.5 Whilst every effort will be made to ensure the effective transmission of the live webinar, ADI cannot be held responsible for technical factors outside its control. (You will be given the opportunity to test your software and internet connection at the time of registration.)
2.6 You will be required to complete a short survey in order to download your CPD certificate.
3. Recorded Webinars
3.1 Access to a recorded webinar is via the members’ area of the ADI website. .
3.2 Only individuals who are ADI members at the time of viewing are eligible to view recorded webinars. Members should not share their ADI website login details to any other parties.
3.3 The recorded webinars are for an ADI member’s personal use. No attempt should be made to download, copy, distribute or broadcast a recorded webinar.
3.4 You will be required to complete a short survey in order to download your CPD certificate.
4. Changes and cancellation
4.1 It may be necessary for reasons beyond our reasonable control to alter the advertised content and timing of the webinar or the advertised speaker, or if it cannot be rearranged to cancel the webinar. We reserve the right to make these changes at any time and we will notify you of such changes.
5.1 Views expressed by speakers are their own. We cannot accept liability for advice given or views expressed by any speaker in a webinar.
6. Data Protection
6.1 For a live webinar, by completing the third party online registration process, you confirm that the third party can hold your registration details in connection with the administration of the webinar. The third party will securely store your registration details and will securely delete your registration details from their systems following the event.
6.2 We will only use the information you provide for the purposes to which you have consented and related purposes including:
- Updating and enhancing our records;
- Analysis to help us manage our business;
- Legal and regulatory compliance.
Our business may be audited or checked by our accountants or the Charity Commission or other regulatory organisations. All such third parties are required to maintain confidentiality in relation to your personal data.
6.3 You have a right of access under Data Protection laws to the personal data we hold about you. We seek to keep that personal data correct and up to date and for no longer than reasonably necessary. You should let us know if you believe the information we hold about you needs to be corrected or updated.
6.4 We shall not be held liable for any losses, claims, fines, interest, penalties, costs or other sanctions arising from or in connection with any breach by the third party of the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC and/or the Data Protection Act 1998 or the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.