Website Terms of Use

Clarity Security Training Ltd operates this website for the purpose of providing access to information about our relevant and appropriate security training courses, support and resources to people and organisations working in hostile or challenging environments. By using this site you signify your acceptance of these conditions, in return for which we will provide you with access. From time to time it may be necessary to modify these conditions, so please continue to check the conditions of use whenever accessing or using the site. If at any time you do not wish to accept these conditions then you should not use the site.

Intellectual Property

The names, images and logos identifying Clarity Security Training Ltd and our Partners are proprietary marks of those respective organisations. Copying of our logos and/or any other third party logos is not permitted without approval from the relevant copyright owner.

Copyright Notice

All material on this website is owned either by Clarity Security Training Ltd or by the third parties represented. You may only reproduce, download and/or print materials from this website for your own use. If you wish to use the material in any other manner, you must first obtain written permission from the copyright holder.

Disclaimer

Great care has been taken in the creation of this website to ensure that all the material on the site is accurate and up to date. While we make every effort to ensure that the information shown on this website is correct, Clarity Security Training Ltd accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage which may occur from the use of the information.

There are links from the website to pages maintained by other organisations. These links are provided for your convenience and do not imply that Clarity Security Training Ltd endorses or supports those organisations, the information on their pages or their products and services in any way and we will have no responsibility for the content of these pages and accept no liability for any losses that may occur from the use of them.