The use of the Gaelchultúr Teoranta (referred to as Gaelchultúr from this point onwards) website is governed by the terms and conditions set out below. These terms and conditions are important and are there for the protection of both you and Gaelchultúr and its agents. Therefore, please take the time to read them carefully. By using the website you will be deemed to have accepted them and that your use is at your own risk.
Gaelchultúr’s website can be accessed through the following addresses:
The website is established in Ireland in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Ireland and shall be governed by the laws of that country. When you use the site, you accept that your use of the site and any information on the site, shall also be governed by the laws of Ireland and if any dispute arises from your use of the site or any of the information on it, you agree to allow such dispute to be heard in the Irish courts.
Gaelchultúr reserves the right to make any changes it wishes to the information contained on www.gaelchultur.com, and also to the design and services provided on the site without notice and without liability.
Gaelchultúr reserves the right to add to or change these conditions. Any changes will be posted to this page and it is your responsibility as a user to ensure that you are aware of any such changes made from time to time. You will be deemed to have accepted any changes made if you continue to use the site after it has been changed.
Accuracy of marketing materials
We believe that all the statements made in our brochures, website and other marketing materials are accurate and correct at the time they are made. Every reasonable attempt has been made to describe the course and any other services mentioned. We cannot be held responsible for any changes that happen after the brochure is produced. (Up to date information can be found on our website). Nor can we accept liability for happenings outside our control.
Copyright & Trademark
This website is owned and operated by Gaelchultúr and the information and materials appearing on the site ("the Content") are displayed for personal, non-commercial use only. All software used on this site and all Content included on this site (the information, the material, graphics, text, sounds, images, buttons, trademarks, trading names and logos) is the property of Gaelchultúr or its agents and are protected by copyright, trademark, database right, sui generis right and other intellectual property laws, under national laws and international treaties.
None of the Content may be downloaded, copied, reproduced, republished, posted, transmitted, stored, sold or distributed without the prior written permission of the copyright holder. This excludes the downloading of one copy of extracts from the site on any single computer for personal, non-commercial home use only, provided that all copyright and proprietary notices are kept intact. Modification of any of the Content or use of any of the Content for any purpose other than as set out herein (including without limitation on any other website or computer network) is prohibited.
Queries, problems using the site and complaints
If you have a query regarding a booking that you have made, if you have any difficulty using this site, or if you wish to complain about any of Gaelchultúr’s services, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The company Realex Payments provides the online payment facility on the Gaelchultúr website. Realex Payments and its partner Gaelchultúr pledge that the information you enter will not be shared with any outside party without your expressed consent and that any emails you receive from Realex Payments and its partner Gaelchultúr will be related to your order only. Realex Payments and Gaelchultúr agree not to send you spam at any time.
We may need to transfer the personal data you give us (such as your name and contact details), to your tutor.
We would also like to store and use your personal details for future marketing purposes (for example, sending you a brochure). If you do not wish to receive marketing material from us, please let us know and your name will be removed from our list.
Registering for a course and for other activities
You must pay the fee for a course, class or workshop in its entirety in advance in order to reserve a place on that course, in that class or workshop.
The cancellation of courses, classes or workshops
A minimum number of participants need to register for a course, class or any type of workshop before it can take place. If that minimum is not reached, Gaelchultúr reserves the right to cancel that course, class or workshop. A notice of 24 hours will be given to those who have registered for the course, class or workshop, and the course fee will be repaid to them in its entirety.
Gaelchultúr Teoranta: Policy for those with Disabilities
Gaelchultúr Teoranta is dedicated to providing services to the general public and we recognise that people with disabilities are an important part of that public. We understand the importance of providing as many opportunities as possible to those with disabilities so that they can perfect their talents and skills.
To that end, Gaelchultúr will ensure that the company adheres to each of its statutory responsibilities regarding people with disabilities.
Gaelchultúr has a positive, open and welcoming attitude towards people with disabilities who wish to attend our courses and avail of our services.
Applications from people with disabilities will be dealt with on a case by case basis to ensure, if at all possible, that the company can provide services for them. This process will be completely under discretion.
Gaelchultúr’s Academic Administrator has been recognised and nominated by the company as the first point of contact for any person with a disability who wishes to attend one of our courses; the Academic Administrator will discuss each particular case – regarding both opportunities and difficulties – with the interested party.
When Gaelchultúr is able to cater for the needs of the person with a disability, the Academic Administrator will make the appropriate arrangements and will facilitate the process after that as much as possible.
In the event that it is determined, for one reason or another, that the needs of the person with a disability cannot be catered for in a particular case, Gaelchultúr will make every attempt to recommend a different course that is both appropriate and acceptable to that person, even if it is in another institute.
Though people with a disability (those in a wheelchair, for example) can access the ground floor of Gaelchultúr’s headquarters on Clare Street, there is no elevator or toilets for people with disabilities in the building itself.
Gaelchultúr’s staff are all informed of the company’s positive, open and welcoming attitude towards people with disabilities, and an awareness of the company’s services in that area will be included in the training of new staff and in internal in-service courses.
Gaelchultúr will ensure that the statutory provisions laid down in the Employment Equality Acts, 1998-2011, are appropriately adhered to in regards to any of our staff members with a disability and during the hiring of new staff members.
A person with a disability can contact the Academic Administrator to discuss his/her application and needs, in any of the following ways:
By letter to: The Academic Administrator, Gaelchultúr Teoranta, 11 Clare Street, Dublin 2. On the phone: (01) 484 5220 By email: email@example.com In person (preferably with an appointment): 11 Sráid an Chláraigh, Baile Átha Cliath 2.