Hi, looking for a way to cancel a scheidegger course.

Discussion in 'New Members Introduction' started by ryan110985, Jul 25, 2005.

  1. ryan110985

    ryan110985 New Member

    Ive signed up to a A+N+MCSE course with scheidegger and its a loads of ********. Does anyone know how to get out of it?
  2. AJ

    AJ 01000001 01100100 01101101 01101001 01101110 Administrator

    Hi Ryan and welcome to the forum.

    How to cancel your course. Hmm that all depends on a number of things. How long have you been doing the course? First thing will be to read your contract from cover to cover and see if there is a "get out clause". But as in all cases where you feel that the course isn't what was promised or the course material is sub-standard, you must get in touch with your provider.

    I hope that helps. :biggrin
    Certifications: MCSE, MCSA (messaging), ITIL Foundation v3
    WIP: Breathing in and out, but not out and in, that's just wrong
  3. KeithNN

    KeithNN Byte Poster

    Hi, welcome aboard.

    As AJ pointed out it all depends on how long you've been signed up for. Scheidegger give you 14 days (although you'll lose your deposit) - checkout the back of the agreement you signed (especially clause 6).
    Certifications: MCSA/MCSE, MCDST, MOS Mstr, Sec+,Net+,A+
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  4. tripwire45
    Honorary Member

    tripwire45 Zettabyte Poster

    Greetings, Ryan. Welcome to CF. Hope you get your situation sorted out.
    Certifications: A+ and Network+
  5. Boycie
    Honorary Member

    Boycie Senior Beer Tester

    Hi Ryan,

    Welcome to CF.
    Sorry to here your course isn't what you expected.
    What is it they have failed to do to meet your expectations? Have you contacted them and told them how dissapointed you are with the course?
    Hope you get it sorted out in whatever way you feel is best, let us know the outcome.
    Certifications: MCSA 2003, MCDST, A+, N+, CTT+, MCT
  6. JonnyMX

    JonnyMX Petabyte Poster

    Hi mate. you need to be clear why you want/need to get out of it.
    If you've just changed your mind or are finding the going a bit tough then you don't stand much of a chance. If on the other hand you have a list of complaints, such as poor response times or items/services promised but not provided then you have a good case.
    You need to put your complaint in writing to them as it's only fair to give them a chance to put things right.
    If they don't sort things out then you can take it further. It won't be easy though, but if you stick at it you'll win.
    It's really important to be clear about what has gone wrong and have facts, dates, evidence to support it.
    Certifications: MCT, MCTS, i-Net+, CIW CI, Prince2, MSP, MCSD

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