Website terms of use

In accessing the website of Cathy Wilcox Training Ltd (the Website), you are agreeing to the following terms and conditions (Terms):


You must comply with all applicable laws and regulations. You must not:

  • use the Website for illegal purposes or in a way that impairs its performance, corrupts its content or otherwise reduces the Website’s overall functionality; 
  • compromise the security of the Website; or
  • attempt to gain unauthorised access to secure areas or sensitive information. 


All intellectual property of Cathy Wilcox Training Ltd (“we/us/our”), including without limitation trademarks, trade names and copyright, contained on this website’s content, layout and design remain our property or the property of our licensors. You must not copy, download, transmit, reproduce, print, or otherwise use any material on this website without our express agreement. 

Changing the Terms

We may change the Terms at any time without notice. You should regularly check the Terms for updates. We may also modify or remove any part of the Website at any time without notice or liability.

Limiting liability

Unless the law says otherwise, we will not be liable for direct, indirect, special, or consequential damages including any loss of business, revenue, profits or data relating to your use of the Website or its content.


We do not give legal advice.  You may not rely on anything on the Website when making any legal, commercial or other decisions. We provide the information on the Website “as is” with no warranties express or implied as to its accuracy, fitness for purpose, compatibility or security. We do not guarantee uninterrupted availability of the Website, nor do we represent that using the Website will be error free.

Third parties

The Website may contain hyperlinks to websites operated by other parties. We do not control those websites and accept no responsibility or liability for their content. Our including hyperlinks to those websites does not amount to an endorsement of views, statements or information on those websites.

Governing law and jurisdiction

English law governs the Terms and their interpretation. Any disputes between us are to be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

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