You are registering for the ‘Next Stage Collaboration’ Intensive at the Whidbey Institute, Whidbey Island, WA.
Welcome reception 7:00-8:00pm Thursday May 21. You may also opt to purchase dinner on Thursday night when you receive the link / info from the Whidbey Institute).
Workshop hours are 9:00-6:00 pm with ‘light’ evening sessions on the first three days. We end on the Sunday at 5:00pm. Participants are expected to attend the whole intensive.
Travel, meals and accommodations:
Travel, meals and accommodations are the responsibility of the participant. Please do not book your accommodation until you have registered for the training. We will send you a special link from the Whidbey Institute to access our group booking and you will receive detailed information to facilitate travel to the island.
You will be offered your choice of an all inclusive package of meals, breaks and accommodation (single or double occupancy). These costs are not included in the tuition registration fee shown here, and you will be able to book them directly with The Whidbey Institute.
By submitting payment, you acknowledge that you have read and accepted these terms:
Ten Directions trainings are fully refundable if approved at least 30 days prior to the start of the training, minus a non-refundable $100 registration charge. Within 30 days of the training start date, 50% tuition refunds will be awarded, minus a non-refundable $100 registration charge. No refunds are available once the training has begun.
We reserve the right to cancel the program for any reason, in which case a refund will be granted. We are not responsible for travel or accommodation change fees or expenses in the event of a rescheduling or course cancellation. You may consider trip cancellation insurance.
Requests for refunds must be submitted via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
I understand and agree that if I withdraw from this training at any time, for any reason, once it has commenced, Ten Directions / Fourth Wave Strategy Inc. is entitled to retain the full tuition as consideration for assuming the responsibilities in undertaking the program.