|Author: ||Alasdair Taylor |
|Updated: ||11 November 2019 |
|Length: ||10 pages |
|Notes: ||12 pages |
|Format: ||MS Word (.DOCX) |
These coaching terms and conditions have been designed for personal and professional coaching services: in other words, they can be used in a B2B or B2C context. The services provider may be an individual coach, a partnership or a company providing coaching services.
One clause in the coaching terms and conditions sets out rules relating to appointments, including: the cancellation of appointments, the rescheduling of appointments and late arrival at appointments.
Special provisions are included to help allocate risk where the services are provided at the client's premises.
Insofar as charges as concerned, they may be either fixed or based on an hourly rate. Some clients will prefer the certainty of fixed charges for agreed services, while others will prefer the flexibility of time-based charging.
The terms and conditions are accompanied by a skeleton statement of work, which should contain all of the variables of the appointment. (If you are looking for something less formal, this could be an engagement letter or even just an email setting out the charges, scope of services, and so on.)