Discrimination means treating someone unfairly or less favorably than another person or group because of a characteristic specified under anti-discrimination or human rights legislation.
Discrimination is against the law. It is unlawful to discriminate against people on the grounds of:
Any student enrolled in a course is expected to behave in an appropriate manner and to show respect for fellow students. Any student who disrupts a class will be asked to leave the course.
All transactions conducted on this site are in Australian Dollars. We accept Visa and Mastercard only. We do not accept Amex.
Should a student wish to cancel their course, below is the refund policy:
Refunds, exchanges and replacements:
The School of Practical Philosophy will only offer a refund or exchange of a ticket if an event, talk, dinner or any special occasion is cancelled or rescheduled. The School of Practical Philosophy does not offer refunds or exchanges as a result of a change in your personal circumstances or your inability to attend due to outside circumstances e.g. changes to public transport. Refunds for non-attendance are not provided.
Students in Courses No.1-15 can defer their fees (to the next term) if the student attended:
An administration fee of $15 will be charged upon the the student returning. For any further queries please contact the office or email the Treasurer, Denise Farrelly at email@example.com
School of Philosophy Inc offers various levels of concession to people who receive an aged pension, a veterans pension, are registered unemployed or are studying full time. In order to receive the discounted rate, students must provide their concession card number or current full time student ID.
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