LEARN to RIDE

LEARN TO RIDE: 23 HR Full & 7 HR Motocurious

Hello! For those with little to no riding experience our Undergrad Programs are the perfect place to start and for those with some experience, it makes for a great refresher of the foundations.

CURRICULUM

ONLINE PORTION

In the classroom theory portion students are introduced to some of the controls of the motorcycle, and some of the theory behind their operation. Also discussed are some topics like how to choose the right motorcycle for you, safety equipment, as well as road, traffic and weather hazards. Perhaps the greatest emphasis is placed on the importance of rider attitude.

Our classroom section concludes with a mandatory quiz covering all topics discussed. The classroom is also the best place to have questions answered on a wide range of subjects as the on-bike portion of the course is devoted mainly to riding. Included are additional resources and homework to help you prepare for success in your course and of course as we say, ERS… Effort, Results, Success!

ON-BIKE PORTION

While the Motocurious course gives you a taste of what motorcycling is, the Full course is comprised of 4 modules. To begin, our first module of the course is focused on the absolute basics: getting on and off the bike, pushing the bike, parking it, starting up and shutting down the engine. Following this we cover moving off and stopping, slow-speed riding and shifting up and down.

Our second module is done using exercises which make up the foundation of operating a motorcycle. You will learn techniques needed to maneuver the bike at slow and intermediate speeds with an emphasis on smooth machine control.

Our third module deals directly with very important brake control skills including trail braking and optimum controlled braking followed by emergency avoidance push steering exercises so you will be able to practice correctly for the years of riding ahead. It also gives you a chance to try a different motorcycle.

If you are deemed ready by our instructors/successfully complete module 3, you will take part in our fourth module which provides you the opportunity to try a few more bikes before taking you on a controlled group ride on Calgary’s streets. The duration of the ride will be dependent on your groups’ skills levels. The goal of the ride is to cover all types of conditions beginning with slow, low-traffic residential routes and works up to major roads.

TUITION & DETAILS

23 HR FULL COURSE:

** for those unsure if they will like motorcycling or would like the additional time prior to committing to the full course we recommend the 7 HR Motocurious

tuition:   Weekdays: $646, Weekends: $669
ratio:      max 4:1 student to instructor
includes:
  • Online Portion: 4.5 HRS Online Classroom Theory with additional homework and resources; immediate access provided
  • On-Bike Portion: 18.5 HRS Practical, split into 4 Modules taken over 4 days (some weekends are 3 with the last day being a full day)
  • Gear use during course: full-faced DOT approved helmet, armored riding jacket, back protector, armored gloves, riding boots, rain gear
  • Bike use during course: opportunity to try up to 7 of different styles and brands
  • Certificate of Completion for insurance rate reductions upon successful completion
  • bike, gear and accessories discounts

location:  [SE Parking Lot of McMahon Stadium]

MUST meet the Requirements and agree to the Terms, no exceptions

7 HR MOTOCURIOUS:
**for those unsure if they will like motorcycling or would like the additional time prior to committing to the full course

tuition:    $389
ratio:     max 2:1 student to instructor
includes:

  • Online Portion: 4.5 HRS Online Classroom Theory with additional homework and resources; immediate access provided
  • On-Bike Portion: 2.5 HRS Practical
  • Gear use during course: full-faced DOT approved helmet, armored riding jacket, back protector, armored gloves, riding boots, rain gear
  • Bike use during course
  • $100 credit towards full course if taken within the same season
COURSE TIMES

Listed are the times for the On-bike Portions of the respective course type. Course dates available are available under Registration & Schedule tab.

    Weekday Afternoons

  • Module 1:    11:46 AM to 4:45 PM
  • Module 2-4: 12:07 PM to 4:45 PM
  • Weekday Evenings

  • Module 1:    5:23 PM to 10:30 PM
  • Module 2-4: 5:23 PM to 10:00 PM
  • Weekend Mornings

  • Module 1:      9:46 AM to 2:45 PM
  • Module 2-4: 10:07 AM to 2:45 PM
  • Weekend Afternoons

  • Module 1:    3:23 PM to 8:30 PM
  • Module 2-4: 3:23 PM to 8:00 PM
  • 3 Day Weekends (dates tbd)

  • Module 1:   9:46 AM to 2:45 PM
  • Module 2: 10:07 PM to 2:45 PM
  • Mods 3/4: 10:07 AM to 7:45 PM
  • Intros are on select days as available

  • Thur/Fri:   7:00 PM to 9:30 PM
  • Sundays: 11:45 AM to 2:15 PM
  • Sundays: 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM
REQUIREMENTS

You MUST meet the following, no exceptions,

  • be at least sixteen (16) years of age – parental consent required if you are under 18 years of age.
  • have a valid Alberta Class 1, 2, 3,4 or 5 (GDL or Full) or out of province equivalent. [ Reciprocal Licence Information]
  • sign an assumption of risk, waiver, and release of liability agreement in a form approved by TCMS (parents must also sign for course participants under 18 years of age) within time frame allotted.
  • wear a full-faced DOT approved helmet and all protective gear: jacket with back protector, riding gloves, riding boots with ankle protection, pair of sturdy jeans no rips or tears
  • have proficient balance on a 2 wheel pedal bike at slow speed
REGISTRATION & SCHEDULE

Note: if you are getting this as a gift, please purchase a prepaid and the lucky individual may use it to reedem for the class dates that work for them.

GIFT CERTIFICATE & PREPAID COURSES:

FAQ

Q  Am I licenced at the end?
A  No. Testing a training are kept separate by Alberta Transportation. Our role is to train you and the government’s role is to test and licence you. You will be required to book a road test to be taken (currently) at a registry.

Q  Do I need to have my knowledge test completed to take the course?
A  No you do not. We actually recommend you wait until after your classroom session to do so as it will assist you in working towards acing the test! It is also not required for anything other than your road test.

Q  Do I need my own or can I use my own motorcycle to take a course?
A   The learn to Ride courses requires you to use the motorcycle provided.

Q  I’m only 5’1″ tall: do you have a bike I can ride?
A  Yes. We have Honda Groms and other low or lowered bikes that you will be matched with. Also, you are more than welcome to make an appointment to come to the lot and sit on a few to gauge how you feel..

Q  I’m 6’6″ and weigh 280 lbs: Do you have a bike that I can ride?
A  Saddle up!

Q  What do I need to bring?
A  The ability to be proficient at slow speed on a 2wheel pedal bike and a positive can-do attitude to start. You should not be tired, hung-over, or overly preoccupied with work / family or other troubles. We need you to be focused on the task at hand. Everyone’s safety depends on it.

Q  Do people ever crash during the course?
A  Yes. But because we insist on the use of safety gear at all times while riding, and because speeds in the closed-course environment are low, injuries are rare and relatively minor. Course activities are organized and conducted in a way that minimizes risk, and you will find that your coaches frequently stress key safety protocols. While the risk of injury cannot be completely eliminated from motorcycle training, following their advice and instructions will greatly reduce it. We feel it’s far better to have a minor fall in our parking lot at low speed, than in traffic on the road. Making mistakes is a part of learning and we provide the safest possible place to make them.

Q  I’m VERY nervous about taking the course and / or going on the road. Is that normal?
A  Absolutely! We’d rather you were a bit nervous than unconcerned or overconfident. It shows you understand the potential risk. Usually, however, once you see how gradually and carefully the course progresses, even the most apprehensive students become a lot more comfortable. Then, lo and behold, they even discover that it’s FUN! The prospect of going out on the road for the first time can cause a return of the jitters, and that’s to be expected as well. If either you or your coaches feel you aren’t ready, you WON’T go on the road. But if together we decide you’re ready, and you use what you’ve learned in your training, keep your head up and your eyes open, you’ll likely find the road isn’t as scary as you expected and probably a lot more fun.

Q  What should I look for in a helmet if choose to buy my own?
A  It must be at least DOT (and preferably Snell) approved full-faced helmets are the safest. It must fit SNUGLY. If it feels loose, try a smaller size. Buying used helmets is not recommended. We do go over helmet types and fit during your Online Classroom Theory.

Q  What gear do I need?
A  We require that you wear at least good sturdy pair of denim jeans, no fashion holes. As far as equipment goes, we provide gear – helmet, jacket, gloves up to 3XL, boots up to 13.5, back protector, and rain gear. Please contact the office if you are outside of those sizes or if you are unsure. You are welcome to bring your own, but we reserve the right to switch out or add to yours.

Q  My schedule is complicated and I can’t get the time off to do the whole course in one week. Can you accommodate my schedule?
A   Unfortunately no since our courses involve structured progressive learning. This means that all 4 modules are set just as the units within a course through college/university. Our classes also have limited spots so we are unable to reserve one spot in a few different courses for you. You are responsible for making arrangements within your personal schedule to make it work for you and .

Q  Can I rent your bike for the road test?
A  No we need our fleet for our courses but some registries do rent out a motorcycle or you can rent one from

TERMS & WAIVERS:

TERMS OF PARTICIPATION

Too Cool Motorcycle School Inc. (hereinafter “TCMS”) carrying on business as, TOO COOL MOTORCYCLE SCHOOL


I. PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS

In order to participate in your on-bike course, you MUST

  • be at least sixteen (16) years of age – parental consent required if you are under 18 years of age.
  • pay your course fees in full at registration.
  • sign an assumption of risk, waiver, and release of liability agreement in a form approved by TCMS within time frame allotted – parents must also sign for course participants under 18 years of age.
  • be able to produce a valid license and related documents when requested.
  • follow healthy motorcycling guidelines in relation Alberta Government Health orders and Alberta Health Services.
  • respond to any email requirements by the deadlines given – make sure your email is correct and up to date and to bring any issues or questions about email communication to the immediate attention of TCMS. We are not responsible to you missing important information or request as a result.

In addition for the course you are registered in, you MUST,

  • meet licensing requirements by providing proof of at least a valid class 5 Graduated or Full Alberta Driver’s license or equivalent
    NOTE: you DO NOT need to complete your knowledge test prior to attending the course – it is NOT a Learner’s Permit.
  • wear a full-faced DOT approved helmet and all protective gear provided or approved by TCMS. At the discretion of the instructors, you may be required to wear TCMS gear in addition to or instead of your personal gear.
  • attend in at least denim jeans or riding pants – shorts, yoga/sweats and dress pants are NOT acceptable, and you will not be permitted to participate.
  • be able to proficiently ride a 2-wheeled pedal bike at slow speed (5km/hr and below). You MUST start or get back on a pedal bike before attending your first on lot class. You agree that if you are unable to balance on a motorcycle and or ride to a safe standard at any time during your course – as judged by the TCMS instructors – you will not be permitted to continue in the course and no refund or credit will be given for all or any of the portion remaining.
  • do pre-class work (including classroom theory, prep videos and homework) and quiz 2 days at the latest prior to your on-bike portion, and in course homework that you are assigned. In our experience, failure to complete this homework can and often does, result in unsuccessful outcomes for the student.
  • complete the online module assessments at the end of each module.

II. REGISTRATION FEES AND CONFIRMATION

you agree,

  • payment is in full, and all completed forms MUST be submitted within 24 hours of receipt or immediately upon receipt of forms if registered within those 14 days prior to your on-bike dates whichever is sooner for us to process you registration to secure and confirm your place in the course or risk a forfeit with no refund or credit.
  • you will receive your course confirmation and any correspondence from TCMS only by email – nothing will be mailed to you, and we will not call you. TCMS is not responsible if you miss your course or do not receive course material because of any issue with your email.

III. CANCELLATION / REBOOKING / TRANSFERS(+applicable taxes)

you agree,

  • NO REFUND or CREDIT will be given once a course has commenced under ANY circumstances including and not limited to illness and injury(e.g., Covid 19, flu) due to the nature of the course.
  • NO REFUND or CREDIT on Fundraiser and promotional codes, nor can they be redeemed for cash.
  • you cannot defer your registration to the following season(s)
  • you are accepting this risk as you are booking a service set withing a specific block of time that cannot be deferred or transferred
  • it is your responsibility to be familiar with and re-familiarize yourself with the terms and conditions prior to making any changes to your registration. We will not contact you to remind or discuss what your changes entail
  • any changes to your registration must be made personally or by a parent or legal guardian in the case of a minor.
  • written notice must be provided in all cases and any applicable fees are to be paid in full as per deadlines.

CANCELLATION FEES: unless superseded by a non-refundable promo

Learn to Ride (Full / Motocurious)
  • within date of payment / registration ……… refund* less $46
  • at least 30 full days before your course …… refund* less $146
  • within 29-15 full days before your course …… refund* less $246 / $146
  • within 14 full days before your course ……….. NO REFUND or CREDIT / refund* less $200
  • on original course start day ……….. NO REFUND or CREDIT

REBOOKING FEES: unless superseded by a non-refundable promo

Learn to Ride (Full / Motocurious)
  • within day of payment / payment ……….. No fee
  • at least 30 full days before your course ……. additional $123 / $46
  • within 29-15 full days before your course ……. additional $223 / $69
  • within 14 full days before your course ……. additional 50% of posted tuition / $123
  • within course start day ……. requires a new registration
  • requested dates are not confirmed without confirmation of change and payment of fees will be adjusted according to the schedule above until then.
  • not eligible for cancellation fee after a rebook.

NONREFUNDABLE DISCOUNT PROMOS:

  • includes all discounts $69 and above
  • NO REFUND or CREDIT under any circumstances upon confirmation of payment
  • promo pricing only valid if and only if paid within the promo period for the dates / times specified, no rain checks

TRANSFERS:

  • no transfers within 7 full days before your course
  • date of registration to 7 full days before your course ……. additional $146 online course fee and $69 transfer fee. (from you or the transferee)
  • you will not be refunded or credited your fees. It is up to you to get the fees from the individual you are transferring to.
  • the transferee must meet the requirements of the course and agree to the same terms.

ADMIN FEES:

  • any changes to registration not covered above ……. additional $46

IV. DEEMED UNSUCCESSFUL

If you have attended any or all of your scheduled module(s) and you are not able to successfully demonstrate the skills required to proceed, you agree that you are not entitled to a refund or credit of any fees or deferral or transfer of the time for all or any portion of the course remaining.

In addition f you are enrolled in the 23 HR full course and have attended any or all of your four scheduled modules the following special terms also apply:

  • you will be offered ONE opportunity to book a redo for part or all of the four on-bike modules within the season, availability permitting.
  • you must re-attend within 30 days of your original course completion date, unless agreed to in writing by TCMS. Beyond 30 days you may be required to also redo the module prior to the module you were initially required to redo. Alternatively, there may be a mandatory minimum 30 day waiting period to allow you more time to prepare for re-attendance if the redo includes module 1.
  • you can only be offered attendance on a day and time where space is available in a course.
  • the modules that must be redone is a decision of the instructor(s) and you may be required to redo more than one module.
  • you will be entitled to a special redo rate of $125 per module booked (the required redo to and including module 4)
  • fees must be paid in advance and no refund or credit will be given whether-or-not you are able to attend or meet the requirements to graduate from the course. There are 4 on-bike modules: 3C, Skills, Emergency, Road

V. WEATHER AND OTHER ISSUES

TCMS reserves the right to reschedule / postpone or cancel any course in part or in full at any time prior to or during the course in the event of weather or any issues beyond the control of TCMS. It is important to note that certain times of the season especially the start and end are subject to a higher risk of reschedule / postponement and requires flexibility with your availability / schedule on your end.

We try our best to complete your course as close as we can to the original dates IF and when able. You are responsible for keeping on top of the review to be prepared for when you continue. If the reschedule occurs at the end of the season where we are unable to schedule you, your course will be deferred to the next season. The cancellation / refund policies will still apply if you choose to cancel or are unable to attend your rescheduled dates and or times.

VI. REASONS FOR DISMISSAL AND TERMINATION OF REGISTRATION (No refund or credit)

PREGNANCY:
If you are pregnant, this course is not for you as the safety of your unborn child is important to us. If you become pregnant or learn you are pregnant after booking your course, please contact our office immediately. If it is discovered that you failed to disclose or you conceal that you are pregnant, your ability to participate in the on-bike portion will be terminated.

LATE ARRIVALS / MISSED MODULES:
As the curriculum is progressive, you are required to be on time to your class. Late arrivals WILL be turned away. Each module requires the successful completion of the previous module and therefore you agree that missing a day in whole or part will result in termination of registration for the remainder of your course.

ALCOHOL / DRUGS / ABUSE:
You agree that TCMS may terminate your registration without any right to a refund or credit due to any and all behaviours TCMS finds to be inappropriate, unsafe, or illegal including and not limited to the following reasons:

  • you are observed to be under the influence of alcohol and or drugs
  • failure to follow instructions, in particular
  • harassment or abuse of any kind towards any person including and not limited to course participants, instructors, or staff of TCMS; property including and not limited to motorcycles and equipment belonging to TCMS, its staff, participants, or facility

INVALID LICENCING AND REQUIREMENTS / FALSE INFORMATION PROVIDED:

  • legally you must be able to produce a valid license prior to and within the duration of your course dates in order to participate. Absolutely NO exceptions as this is a legal requirement.
  • intentionally providing or failing to correct false or erroneous information at registration or during the course can and will result in termination of your registration.

LACK OF COMMUNICATION
You agree that TCMS may terminate your registration without any right to a refund or credit due to a lack of response when a response is required.

VII. PRE-PAID PURCHASE CODES / FUNDRAISER OR PROMOTIONAL CODES

Prepaid purchase codes are to allow an individual to pay in part or whole of a course for the registrant to allow for the convenience of choosing the dates that work for them. Fundraiser codes are received through a fundraiser and promotional codes are provided through another business as a bonus of a product or service of that same business.

You agree,

  • purchasers may request reissue of lost unredeemed codes with proof of purchase and will be subject to a $46 fee.
  • policies including cancellation, re-booking, and transfer apply once codes are redeemed for a course.
  • course dates cannot be deferred to the following season(s).
  • fundraiser and promotional codes must be used in the season intended and cannot be redeemed for cash or credit.

VIII. HEALTHY MOTORCYCLING GUIDELINES

You agree that TCMS may implement Healthy Motorcycling Guidelines (available on the TCMS website) in order to comply with orders and advice of the Alberta Government and/or Alberta Health Services as it relates to health and safety matters.

When the Healthy Motorcycling Guidelines are in place you will be advised of it and or any updates as it becomes available for your course. You further agree that the Healthy Motorcycling Guideline may change during your course without advance notice. You agree that if you do not follow the Healthy Motorcycling Guidelines your registration will be terminated for the remainder of your course and no refund or credit will be given.

* ACKNOWLEDGEMENT *

  • TCMS reserves the right to refuse registration by anyone at any time and for any reason.
  • TCMS also reserves the right to change and update the terms and conditions applicable to your course at any time.
  • you acknowledge that you have read this Agreement and fully understand its contents.
  • you certify that you have asked any questions pertaining to your registration and received answers satisfactory to you before finalizing your registration.
  • you certify that the information you have given pertaining to your registration is deemed to be correct and truthful.
  • you understand that you are to email LearnToRide@Toocoolrides.ca to make any corrections / additions or changes to your registration including cancellations or rebooks.

AGE OF MINORITY

  • this agreement must be signed by a Parent or Legal Guardian if the registrant is under the age of 18 at the time of registration.
  • the parent and Legal Guardian will be cc’d until the age of 18 has been reached unless otherwise requested in writing.
  • this Agreement will automatically be sent to the Parent or Legal Guardian
ASSUMPTION WAIVER & RELEASE OF LIABILITY

Too Cool Motorcycle School Inc. (hereinafter “TCMS”) carrying on business as, TOO COOL MOTORCYCLE SCHOOL

I. ASSUMPTION OF RISKS

  1. I am aware that riding a motorcycle has risks, dangers, hazards, and that injury may occur even during normal operation.

  2. I acknowledge that the risks include but are not limited to collision between me and or me and the motorbike and,
    • natural or man-made objects,
    • other motorcyclists or,
    • vehicles or falling from or with the motorcycle and NEGLIGENCE on the part of “TCMS” and its instructors including their failure to protect me from the risks, dangers and hazards of riding and learning to ride a motorcycle.

  3. I acknowledge tthat wearing proper safety equipment, observation of certain rules and persoonal discipline may reduce the potential for injury; however, the risk of injury always exists.

I am aware of the risks, dangers and hazards associated with learning to ride and riding a motorcycle and I have had an opportunity to discuss any questions I have about safety with the TCMS instructors prior to signing this form and I freely accept and fully assume all risks, dangers, and hazards and the possibility of personal injury, permanent paralysis, death, property damage and loss or expense resulting from any risks, dangers and hazards.

II. RELEASE OF LIABILITY OR CLAIMS AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT

In consideration of being allowed to participate in the TCMS training program, the undersigned acknowledges and agrees:

  1. To WAIVE ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, DAMAGES OR CAUSES OF ACTION that I have I have or may have in the future against TCMS, its directors, officers, agents and/or employees, other participants, sponsoring agencies, sponsors, advertisers and if applicable, owners and lessors of premises used to conduct the event (referred to herein as the “Releasees”) and TO RELEASE THE RELEASEES from any and all liability for any loss, damage, injury or expense that I may suffer, or that my next of kin may suffer as a result of or arising out of any aspect of my participation or attendance at TCMS, DUE TO ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO NEGLIGENCE, BREACH OF CONTRACT OR BREACH OF WARRANTY ON THE PART OF THE RELEASEES.

  2. TO HOLD HARMLESS AND INDEMNIFY THE RELEASEES from any and all liability for any loss, damage, injury or expense to any third party, resulting from participation or attendance at TCMS.

  3. This agreement shall be effective and binding upon my heirs, next of kin, executor(s), administrators, guardian, and representative(s), in the event of death or incapacity.
  4. This agreement shall be effective on the date signed and covers all dates I am registered for including reschedules and additional instructional hours and or activities I sign up and agree to within the year.

This agreement shall be governed by the law of Alberta and any litigation including the parties to this agreement shall be brought in the City of Calgary in the Province of Alberta.

III. GENERAL CONDITIONS

I willingly agree,

  1. to comply with the stated and customary terms and conditions for participation. Including that contained within the Course Participant Agreement. IF HOWEVER I OBSERVE ANYTHING I BELIEVE TO BE AN UNUSUAL SIGNIFICANT HAZARD OR DO NOT FEEL COMFORTABLE FOR ANY REASON during my presence or participation, I will remove myself from participation and bring such to the attention of the nearest TCMS instructor and office immediately; and

  2. that in order to participate, I must obtain and wear a minimum DOT approved helmet and suitable protective gear respective of the requirements of the course I am registered in.

  3. that to ensure safe training for all participants including myself, I must satisfy the conditions of each module such as balance, shifting, and emergency maneuvers in order to advance to the next module. The decision as to whether or not I have satisfied the conditions of any module is at the sole discretion of TCMS and its instructors. The inability to satisfy the conditions of each module means I will not be able to continue with the remainder of my course and I understand that no refund is given for failure to satisfy the conditions of any module or part thereof.

  4. and understand that abuse of any kind towards anyone including my instructors, owner, and staff of TCMS; and or towards equipment and property of TCMS or that of my fellow classmates will not be tolerated. I can and will be immediately dismissed and not be able to continue with the remainder of my course and I understand that no refund is given for such a situation.

  5. that any violation to the Healthy Motorcycling guidelines and relevant announcements will result in my immediate dismissal and termination of my registration and that no refund or credit will be given

HEALTHY MOTORCYCLING GUIDELINES

I understand and agree that I will check the website for the posted Healthy Motorcycle Guidelines and notices that are provided by TCMS.

* ACKNOWLEDGEMENT *

I HAVE FULLY READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS AGREEMENT AND I AM AWARE THAT I HAVE GIVEN UP AND AM WAIVING CERTAIN LEGAL RIGHTS WHICH I OR MY NEXT OF KIN, HEIRS, EXECUTORS, GUARDIAN, ADMINISTRATORS AND ASSIGNS MAY HAVE AGAINST THE RELEASEES.

FOR PARTICIPANTS OF MINORITY AGE (Under the age of 18 at time of registration) This is to certify that I, as a parent/guardian with legal responsibility for the participant shown on this ASSUMPTION, WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY; do consent and agree to his/her release as provided above of all the Releases and, for myself, my heirs, assigns and next of kin, I release and agree to Indemnify the Releases from any and all liabilities incident to my minor child’s involvement or participation in these programs as provided above.

PHOTOGRAPHIC, VIDEO AND AUDIO RELEASE

I. PHOTOGRAPHIC, VIDEO AND AUDIO RECORDINGS

  • I grant permission to TCMS and their representatives to photograph, video and take audio recordings during my time with TCMS as per my course schedules including reschedules and additional instructional time and or activities I sign up and agree to within the year.
  • I further grant TCMS and its representatives the right to reproduce, use, exhibit, display, broadcast and distribute and create derivative works of the images and recordings while participation in activities with TCMS for promotional, educational and /or corporate use unless otherwise arranged.

NOTE: TCMS is aware that in some situations, an individual may be unable to have images shown due to legal/protective/safety reasons in which case we will not show your face.

II. INDEMNITY AND RELEASE

  • I acknowledge that TCMS owns all rights to the images and recordings. I waive any rights to inspect or approve, or royalties and compensation arising from the use of the images or recordings.
  • I release, defend, indemnify, and hold harmless TCMS from and against any claims, damages or liability arising from or related to the use of images, recordings or material, including but not to limited claims of defamation, invasion of privacy, or rights of publicity or copyright infringement, or any alterations of the images and recording.

* ACKNOWLEDGEMENT *

I HAVE READ THIS DOCUMENT IN ITS ENTIRELY AND FULLY UNDERSTAND THE CONTENTS, MEANING AND IMPACT OF THIS CONSENT WAIVER BEFORE SIGNING BELOW.

FOR PARTICIPANTS OF MINORITY AGE (Under the age of 18 at time of registration) This is to certify that I, as a parent/guardian with legal responsibility for the participant shown on this ASSUMPTION, WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY; do consent and agree to his/her release as provided above of all the Releases and, for myself, my heirs, assigns and next of kin, I release and agree to Indemnify the Releases from any and all liabilities incident to my minor child’s involvement or participation in these programs as provided above.

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