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Getting lessons from TechAbilityTerms and conditions

Picture of desk with quill pen and ink bottleWe’ve tried to keep these terms and conditions short and clear!

The Parties

The vendor (product) or service provider (service) is TechAbility, a registered business name of Imogen Bertin. Contact details are: CRO number 579253, Reagrove, Minane Bridge, Co. Cork. The purchaser is as stated in the booking form or payment form submitted at the website, or as contracted by telephone, email or face to face.

The Term

TechAbility supplies products within 30 days of order, or else the purchaser will be notified that they cannot be obtained, using the contact details supplied by the purchaser.

Gift vouchers are valid for one year and expire after that time with no refund. You can redeem gift vouchers on the TechAbility website using the supplied voucher code. Voucher codes are one-time use only and cannot be re-used.

TechAbility provides services at the time and place agreed in the booking process and confirmed by email. If a lesson or internet support session is missed by either party, two attempts are made to reschedule by mutual agreement. If the third attempt fails, the lesson fee is forfeited by the purchaser.

Getting Paid

We give packaging and delivery costs for products on the website. These costs are for the Republic of Ireland only. Outside the Republic of Ireland, we can make special arrangements by email or written correspondence, for which there may be additional charges.

We insure products during transport with the carrier, and any damage in transit must be reported within 48 hours of receipt.

TechAbility is not registered for VAT.

You pay for your products at the time you order them. Services delivered by Internet are paid for when booking. For services delivered face-to-face, payment may be taken during the session. We retain title of goods until they are fully paid for.


TechAbility conforms to the Sale of Goods and Supply of Services Act 1980 and the European Communities (Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts) Regulations, 1995.

Governing Law and Jurisdiction

All contracts are governed by Irish law and subject to the jurisdiction of the Irish courts. TechAbility will strive to resolve any dispute directly. Where this is not possible, TechAbility will also attempt alternative dispute resolution through mediation by an agreed third party mediator.

Thank you for taking time to read the terms and conditions.