Cohort 12 – January 2024
HELP TO GROW: MANAGEMENT
Join 30,000 senior leaders taking part in a practical management training programme delivered by world-class business schools, accredited by the Small Business Charter.
Help to Grow: Management Programme – Terms and Conditions
PLEASE READ THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE REGISTERING YOUR INTEREST IN, OR APPLYING TO, THE HELP TO GROW: MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME (“the Programme”).
What's in these terms?
Who we are and how to contact us
We, the Chartered Association of Business Schools, are registered in England and Wales as a limited company under company number RC000880 and as a registered charity with charity number 1162854. Our registered office is: 3rd Floor, 40 Queen Street, London, EC4R 1DD. To contact us, please email [email protected] or telephone us on 020 7236 7678.
These terms apply when you use express your interest in, or apply for, the Programme. Please read them carefully.
By registering or applying you accept these terms
By registering your interest in, or applying for, the Programme, you confirm on behalf of your business that you accept these terms and that you and it agree to comply with them.
If you do not agree to these terms, you must not register your interest for, or apply to, the Programme.
We recommend that you print a copy of these terms for future reference.
By registering your interest in the Programme, you agree to receive further information from us about the Programme, including details about programme dates, providers and how to complete your registration.
You acknowledge that registering your interest does not secure you a place on the Programme.
We provide these terms on our own behalf and on behalf of the business schools which will deliver the Programme. The contract for your place on the Programme will be between your business and the business school you enrol with. The Chartered Association of Business Schools is not a party to such contract.
Application process and contract with business school
You will need to comply with the eligibility criteria and complete a registration form on our website when registration opens. Your application will be processed by the business school you apply to. That business school will assess your eligibility for the Programme and contact you to offer you a place or decline your application. The contract between your business and the business school will be formed when the business school’s offer is accepted by you on behalf of your business. The Programme fee will then become payable to the business school. At all times your business’s relationship in respect of the Programme is with the business school where you accept a place.
You must ensure that any information you provide in your application, and during the Programme, about you and your business, is true and correct.
By registering your interest in or applying to the Programme, you agree on behalf of yourself and your business that if your application is successful:
If your application is successful and you participate in the Programme, you and your business agree to provide necessary information about your business, to help us evaluate the Programme. This will include, for example, information on your use of management practices and financial information relating to your business (such as turnover) before and after you have participated in the Programme. Data will be collected on registration, as part of a diagnostic before starting the Programme, and through surveys, some of which will take place after the Programme has finished.
Your business also agrees on request to complete a subsidy declaration called “Small Amounts of Financial Assistance” in a form to be provided by us or the business school, and shall retain records for six years after your participation in the Programme of all amounts received by your business that are state aid or public subsidies.
Business school’s obligations
The business school will: