Terms and Conditions

Below you will find the arrangements that we would like to make with you. We think it is important to be transparent and clear about this. These provisions apply as soon as you are enrolled for a coaching, a training or a workshop or have made an appointment for an individual session.

1. Coaching, trainings, courses, group sessions (hereinafter referred to as sessions)


The registration is generally done ia email or Calendly

You can also register by mail (andy@andywhittle.be) or by telephone (0496 27 39 05) You will then receive a confirmation of your registration, finalising your subscription.

Any prices that may be show are excluding VAT


By the participant/client/coachee:

The following cancellation terms apply:

You can only cancel by a letter or email of which the reception has been confirmed.


All coaching is payable in advance

Cancellation of a coaching session can made 24hrs in advance for no charge, so long as no special arrangements have been made and if alternative dates/times are made (rearranged). Cancellations on the same day as the appointment will be charged at normal daily rate.


Cancellation of a course with a duration longer than two days: Cancellation can be made up to 6 weeks prior to the start of the course, provided that a fee of 20% of the subscription fee (excluding VAT) is paid

Cancellation of a course with a duration of two days or less: Cancellation can be made up to 2 weeks prior to the start of the course, free of charge. Cancellation can be made up to 5 business days prior to the start of the course, provided that a fee of 20% of the subscription fee (excluding VAT) is paid.

In case of a later cancellation, the full registration fee will remain In agreement with us, it is possible to propose someone to take your place. However, you remain responsible for the payment of the due amount.

If the minimum number of participants for a course is not reached or in case of unforeseen circumstances or force majeure, we reserve the right not to continue the course. Alternatively, the training may be shifted to other data. The participant is always entitled to refuse to follow the training on these new data. In that case or if the training is not shifted to other dates, the paid registration fee will be fully refunded, without any interest. Payment of the invoice

If the payment is made by bank transfer, the invoice must be paid no later than 15 days after receipt and at least before the start of the course.

If you have enrolled shortly before starting, a proof of payment must be submitted at the start of the program.

If the invoice is not paid in time, we will send a reminder email and / or contact you a maximum of two times. If there is no payment yet, we will send you a registered notice of cancellation and the invoice will be automatically increased with 15% of the amount due, with a minimum of 50 euros, without prejudice to the legally established late-payment interest and the legal costs incurred’.

Intellectual Property All intellectual property rights resting on the courses and other developed material belong to Talent Interlock. Expectations during the training: We expect you to be present on time. Also, check for yourself whether the training corresponds to your own needs and skills. During the course, you are invited to reflect and to give open and honest feedback.

2. Individual training sessions:

After you make an appointment, you will receive an email confirming the time and duration of the session. The fee for the session will also be mentioned. During the first session, the terms of payment will be discussed. You can cancel your appointment until 2 business days before the date of the event and this at no additional cost. In case of later cancellations, the full price of the session will be charged.

3. Privacy

We will include your contact information in a mailing list, which aims to inform you regularly about Andy’s activities and products. Your contact information will in no case be passed on to third parties, if not explicitly stated. You can also unsubscribe from this mailing list. You can also always request to access or to change your contact information. Following are the details of how we use your data on our website: https://www.andywhittle.be.

What personal data we collect and why we collect it


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How long we retain your data

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What rights you have over your data

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Where we send your data

Visitor comments may be checked through an automated spam detection service.

4. Disagreements and conflicts

In the event of a disagreement or conflict between you and us, we commit ourselves to first discuss the problem, openly honestly and constructively with each other, in order to find a solution that works for both sides. If it turns out that a conversation could not be possible for any reason then we will appoint an authorised mediator and work with them to find a solution. We commit ourselves to review at least 2 full- time sessions with this mediator before any steps are taken to a court to resolve the dispute. The costs of this mediation are divided equally between us. If the negotiated mediation process does not result in a solution to the conflict, it may be submitted to the competent court for resolution. The Courts of the district of Leuven are competent and Belgian law applies.