Road Safety Education Limited (“RSE”) is the provider of the RYDA Program. To participate in the Program (including the one-day workshop), schools complete the RYDA Program Booking Form. By completing and sending RSE this form, your school agrees to the below Terms and Conditions of Supply.
While the headline cost of the RYDA Program (including workshop) is approximately $49 per student, the cost to your students will be much less as the program is subsidised by the community including our partners, official supporters and governments. The ‘fixed cost’ or ‘cost per student’ will be outlined in your Booking Form.
Final confirmation of student numbers must be provided to RSE no later than 10 days prior to RYDA workshop day.
The Program Access Fee (PAF) has been introduced to support a best practice whole school approach. It ensures all RYDA bookings provide access to all pre-workshop resources and post workshop resources on the RSE Learning Management System. The fee enables RSE to commit to logistics in setting up RYDA workshops plus contributes towards the costs of our digital resources.
The PAF will be based on a per student rate on the booked student number a school enters on the Booking Form and will be charged along with the Program workshop fee.
Should your school cancel the confirmed workshop date, the PAF amount will automatically be invoiced, unless the booking has been rescheduled within the same calendar year. “Force majeure” circumstances. e.g. bushfire, flood will be considered on a case-by- case basis.
The PAF rate will be reviewed in June of each year and any changes will apply for bookings made the following calendar year and will be recorded in the Booking Form.
RSE may incur cancellation charges or costs from external third- party providers, if your school cancels or reduces the actual student numbers from original booking (as outlined below), the following terms will apply:
1. For Cancellations received:
2. If a school re-books and attends a RYDA workshop later in the same school year (with comparable student numbers to the original booking), 75% of the cancellation fee paid will be rebated against the new workshop final invoice.
3. If a school’s student attendance numbers vary by more than 25% from booked numbers, then RSE may invoice a minimum of 75% of the final confirmed numbers (or 75% of initial student numbers booked if reduced student numbers had not been confirmed 10 days prior to the workshop date). For example, if 100 students were booked to attend the workshop and only 60 students attend, then RSE will invoice your school for 75 students.
On any workshop day event, the school must ensure there is at least 1 staff member for each session group. Generally, we recommend 1 teacher for every 25 students in attendance to maintain normal supervision and discipline, as well as compliance with health & safety requirements for excursions, set by the Department of Education.
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