What are the payment options?

2023-10-19T13:34:58+00:00

We accept payment by credit or debit card, PayPal, Google Pay or invoice. For invoice payments, send your purchase order to finance@capt.org.uk, giving the name, job title, organisation and email address of the course delegate. Once we receive your purchase order, we will add them to the delegate list. If you need to set us up as a supplier before issuing a purchase order, please contact finance@capt.org.uk with your supplier form or a link to your procurement portal.

What are the payment options?2023-10-19T13:34:58+00:00

What if I can’t make it on the day?

2023-09-26T15:21:27+00:00

This is a live interactive event for course participants, so you won’t be able to access a recording afterwards. If you can’t attend on the day, our refund policy is as follows: If you notify us at least three working days prior to the date of the course, we can either offer you a refund or book you onto an alternative course. There is no refund if you cancel within three working days but we can book you onto an alternative course. There is no refund or offer of an alternative if you don’t notify us that you’re not attending.

What if I can’t make it on the day?2023-09-26T15:21:27+00:00

What is the safest set up for transitioning to a toddler bed?

2024-03-18T14:37:12+00:00

It is very important that, for any sleep surface used for a child under the age of about 4 years, the bed is arranged in such a way that it is not possible for the child to become wedged between the bed and another object - such as the wall or another piece of furniture. It is not possible to describe every potentially risky setting, but if there is a potential gap into which a small child might wriggle and get stuck this is something to think about and avoid. You may want to consider how heavy is the toddler bed – is your child able to push it away from the [...]

What is the safest set up for transitioning to a toddler bed?2024-03-18T14:37:12+00:00

Is it safe to use a bed guard for my toddler?

2023-02-23T16:18:25+00:00

Toddler beds will usually be low enough to the ground not to be a serious fall risk if a child does fall out of bed. You can keep a clear space next to the toddler bed so there’s no risk of a child hitting their head if they do fall out of bed. Bear in mind that children should only move up to a toddler bed when they are old enough or they’re starting to climb out of their cot which is causing a fall risk. If you are going to use a bed guard: Ensure the bed guard is made to standard BS7972:2001+A1:2009. If it isn’t, don’t use it. Only use [...]

Is it safe to use a bed guard for my toddler?2023-02-23T16:18:25+00:00

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