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1.1 This website is operated by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT (BCS). BCS is a professional body incorporated by Royal Charter and a Registered Charity.

Its registered office is at First Floor, Block D, North Star House, North Star Avenue, Swindon, UK, SN2 1FA, registered charity number 292786.

BCS is registered for VAT purposes and its registration number is GB 618 1687 24.

Through this website you may gain access to the commercial products and services of BCS Learning and Development Limited  (BCS’s “Subsidiary”) which is wholly owned by BCS. In addition to these Terms and Conditions the provision of such products and services will be governed by such additional terms and conditions as you may be made aware at the time of ordering.

The registered office of BCS Learning and Development Limited is at First Floor, Block D, North Star House, North Star Avenue, Swindon, UK, SN2 1FA.

It is registered as a company in England and Wales with a company number of 1005485: and registered for VAT purposes and its registration number is GB 618 1687 24.

Use of “BCS” in the remainder of these terms and conditions relates to both BCS and its Subsidiary.

1.2 'Website' refers to the sites published under the following domains: *.bcs.org, www.ecdl.co.uk, www.iseb.org.uk, www.iseb-exams.com

1.3 If you have any queries relating to your registration with and use of this website, please contact bcshq@hq.bcs.org.uk.

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Follow the links for more information on the Terms and Conditions of use of the BCS website (hereafter referred to as the "Terms and Conditions").


It should be noted when reading these Terms and Conditions that:

  1. those who access the website from locations outside of the United Kingdom are responsible for compliance with local laws if and to the extent that local laws are applicable;
  2. failure or delay by BCS to enforce compliance with the Terms and Conditions does not constitute a waiver of the Terms and Conditions;
  3. none of the Terms and Conditions shall be enforceable under Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 by any third party;
  4. any provisions of the Terms and Conditions found to be unlawful, void or unenforceable shall be deemed to be severable from the other provisions of the Terms and Conditions.