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By using the CODDY.ca or the educational services, you acknowledge that you have read and understand these Terms Of Service and will be bound by this Terms Of Service. If you do not agree to be bound by these Terms Of Service (as defined below), do not use or access CODDY.ca and/or our educational services.
Any individual adult consumer may register at CODDY.ca. You must be at least the age of majority or legal age of your jurisdiction of residence in order to use CODDY.ca and our Service. If you are under the age of majority or legal age in your jurisdiction of residence, you must get consent from your guardian or parent to use CODDY.ca and our Service. The CODDY.ca disclaims any and all responsibility or obligation to monitor or verify the age or legal status of any users of CODDY.ca and our Service. You are responsible for keeping all information from CODDY.ca confidential. Confidential information includes the settings for connecting to the ZOOM class, as well as any information or / and curriculum provided by the CODDY.ca.
We provide tuition for coding with a free opportunity to attend a Free Trial Class. The purpose of Free Trial Class is to demonstrate the CODDY.ca methodology, our teacher's style and the ability to understand how coding classes are generally held.
To register for Free Trial Class, you must fill out the registration form. After registration, an email will be sent with the parameters for connecting to the coding class. After completing the Free Trial Class, you can choose whether you are interested in continuing your studies at CODDY.ca
In our school, only game programming is taught, which means that we specialize exclusively in teaching programming through the methodology of creating our own computer games. We do not create websites, nor do we teach you how to use Photoshop. Our goal is to provide high-quality training in game programming on different platforms and in different programming languages.
Regular coding lessons at CODDY.ca school are group coding lessons. Our school has a maximum limit on the number of students in one group and this number is no more than 8 students. In each group, without exception, there are two teachers, each of whom helps students in explaining new material on game programming, as well as motivating students during a coding lesson.
The cost of programming training per month is CAD $200. For a one-time payment for two months or more, we provide a CAD $25 discount for each additional month included in the one-time payment. For the second student from the same family, we provide an additional CAD $25 discount for each month of study. All tuition fees are free of HST as they relate to educational services.
If a student stops studying or makes a temporary pause in training, after returning, the rates applicable at the time of the resumption of training are applied. We recommend that you do not stop training unless the situation is critical.
Each student at CODDY.ca, regardless of the group, has the right to receive points for certain achievements in academic performance. Basically, a Point is a virtual unit of measurement of student success. At CODDY.ca, the 1 (one) collected Point = CAD $ 1 (one).
There are several types of CODDY.ca Points:
- Leader Point - awarded to one student at the end of each coding class for active discussion of the material, helping other students and clean code without errors.
- Homework Point - when completing homework in full, without making mistakes in the code, all students are rewarded with Homework Points.
- Kahoot Point - for the first place in the Kahoot game, in which we consolidate the studied material, one student gets a Kahoot Point.
- Big Brain Battle Point - after creating the main game of the month, we arrange a real game battle, the goal of which is to win the game in the shortest possible time, collecting the maximum number of trophies. We present to the winner a special Big Brain Battle Point.
- M.Y.O.G. Point - at the end of each month, we have two coding lessons to create our students' own games. After the end of game development, students show each other their work and vote for the best. How many votes a student receives with his game - so many points are converted.
Points are exchanged in the form of sending electronic Amazon Gift Cards to the email of a parent or guardian specified during student registration for the regular coding classes.
Refund is provided exclusively for new students who did not have a history of getting coding training at CODDY.ca at the time of payment, subject to payment for one month of training. The application for a Refund is accepted no later than the fifth coding class. In the case of a student attending the fifth and subsequent coding classes, the Refund is not provided.
When you paying for two or three months of coding training at once, a Refund option is not provided initially.
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You may cancel this Agreement at any time. If you wish to terminate this Agreement, you may simply discontinue use of CODDY.ca or the Service. We may terminate your right to use of CODDY.ca or the Service immediately, without notice to you, if, in our sole discretion, you fail to comply with any of these terms and conditions of use or engage in any fraudulent, criminal, or other unauthorized activity.
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