Terms & Conditions
The Association of Certified Professional Wedding Consultants (ACPWC) is registered with the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs. "Registered" means that we have met the standard requirements imposed by the state for registered schools on the basis of written application to the state. Any questions or problems concerning this school, which have not been resolved by the school, should be directed to the Department of Consumer Affairs.
This agreement is a legally-binding instrument when signed by the student and accepted by the school. Your signature acknowledges that you have been given reasonable time to read and understand it and that you have been given: (a) a statement of the refund policy and (b) literature which includes a description of the course and all materials concerning the school and the program or course of instruction.
This Agreement is for the course or education service titled & described: "Wedding Consulting," "How to be a full-service Wedding Consultant," or "Enhance your career as a Wedding Consultant." A total of 60 hours are required to complete the course or educational service.
Fees & Charges - The student is responsible for the following fees and charges (total $1295):
Registration: $300 (includes a non-refundable deposit)
Reproduction, in whole or in part, of any materials provided by the ACPWC, is expressly prohibited. Materials may not be shared, sold or duplicated. Students acknowledge that these materials are proprietary to the ACPWC, and that California law shall be applicable to enforcement of all rights associated therewith, and subject to a minimum fine of $4000. Failure to comply with these rules will also result in loss of membership, benefits and use of the ACPWC logo. The ACPWC Logo may only be used by Professional and Certified Members in "Good Standing."
The ACPWC is not responsible or liable for performance or lack of performance by its instructors, students or members.
The ACPWC is not responsible or liable for contracts used or included in the course materials, and recommends that graduates consult an attorney.
Student’s acceptance below certifies that student has read, understood and agreed to his/her rights and responsibilities, and that the ACPWC’s refund information, cancellation and school policies are understood.