Terms and Conditions for Purchasing Coaching Toolkit/s


We will confirm receipt of a completed Purchase Form, along with appropriate payment arrangements, based upon the information provided in the completed form - either abnk details for a transfer, or an invoiced raised.

Our payment terms are 30 days from issue an invoice, where an invoice is the preferred method of payment.

In either case, the product will not be dispatched until payment has been received in full.

Delivery of Product

We will send the toolkits in the form of a USB stick to an address of your choosing. If the location is outside of the UK, we reserve the right to charge an additional delivery fee. Only one USB will be sent per order.

License and Intellectual Property

The toolkit is licensed for use within one organisation only. If it is intended to be used across multiple organisations, please contact us before proceeding - support@coaching-focus.com.

Once purchased, you may use the documents included as you see fit for members of staff within your organisation. Every attempt must be made to prevent third parties accessing the documents, either as a hard copy or electronic. Therefore, the toolkit should not stored where third parties have access.

They should not be used for external training services - if this is the intention, please contact us to discuss your options.

There is no expiry of the license of use, and no ongoing fees for associated. Coaching Focus does maintain the right to terminate the license if there is a breach of this contract.

Coaching Focus maintains the intellectual property rights of the toolkit and it's content.

Country of Jurisdiction

The courts of England shall have exclusive jurisdiction to hear, settle and/or determine any dispute, controversy or claim (including any non-contractual dispute, controversy or claim) arising out of or in connection with this agreement, including any question regarding its existence, validity, formation or termination. For these purposes, each party irrevocably submits to the jurisdiction of the English courts.