Article 1: Definitions
Application: the mobile application published by the Company though which the Site can be accessed and Services can be ordered.
Candidate Mission: set of exercises to be carried out on the Site to become eligible for a training course offered by the Wild Code School.
Collective Content: all Company content and user content collectively.
Member: Users become members when they are registered on the Site.
Members must be individuals of adult age (or at least 16 years of age and in this case with the written consent of their legal representative) and have the legal capacity to contract. All provisions applicable to Users are also applicable to Members.
Professional Training Contract: contract setting out the special terms (in particular, subject, nature, duration and price) of the Services offered by the Company and allowing Members to order a training course from the Company.
Selection Interviews: interviews conducted by Members with the teaching team after Candidate Mission in order to determine their eligibility for a Service.
**Service(s): the free and/or chargeable services offered by the Company on the Site.
Site: the websites accessible at wildcodeschool.fr and odyssey.wildcodeschool.fr. The Site includes technical and software infrastructure as well as content, including texts, sounds, still or animated images, videos and databases, tutorials, exercises, hyperlinks, tree structure, navigation mode, layout, design, and more generally any elements necessary or useful for the operation of the Site.
User: any person browsing and/or using the Site, in accordance with and subject to the Terms. All Users may register as a Member.
User Content: data transmitted by the User within the Site.
Username and Password: the set of details required to identify a User on the Site. By entering their username and password, Users can access services reserved for Site members. The password is confidential.
Article 2: Acceptance of the Terms
By using the Site, the Application or the Services, or by downloading or posting any content from or to the Site, you confirm that you have read, understood and agree to comply with and be legally bound to the terms and conditions of these Terms, whether or not you become a registered User. These Terms govern your access to and use of the Site and the ordering of Services.
These Terms constitute a legally binding contract between the User and the Company. Accordingly, the Terms are also applicable to any training course ordered by an end consumer.
The current Terms are accessible at all times on the Site, where Users can save them and/or print them out.
During the registration process, Users declare that they have read and unconditionally accept the Terms by ticking the appropriate box.
The Terms applicable to the Service are those in force on the date of signing the Professional Training Contract. Any departure from the Terms will only be valid if the Company has expressed its prior written consent.
The Company reserves the right to update the Terms at any time. If it does so, the new General Terms and Conditions of Sale will apply to any new order placed after the date on which these are published online.
Therefore, any opposing terms or clauses put forward by the User will, in the absence of the Company's express written acceptance, be unenforceable against the Company.
The fact that the Company does not exercise a right or clause of these Terms will not operate as a waiver of the right to exercise that right or clause at a later date. The waiver of any such right or clause will only be effective if it is recorded in a written document signed by a duly authorised representative of the Company.
Unless expressly provided otherwise in these Terms, the Company's exercise of a right will not affect the other rights that it enjoys.
If, for any reason whatsoever, an arbitrator or competent court considers any provision of these Terms to be invalid or unenforceable, that provision will be applied to the extent permitted by current laws, while the other provisions of these Terms will remain in full force and effect.
Article 3: Access to Site services
The Site is accessible free of charge in any place to any User with Internet access. All costs incurred by Users in accessing the service (hardware, software, Internet connection, etc.) are their own responsibility.
Non-Member Users do not have access to services reserved for Members. To access those services, they must identify themselves using their Username and Password.
The Site offers free access to the "Candidate Mission" service, which is part of the Wild Code School application process.
Access to the Site and to Services may be interrupted, suspended or modified at any time without notice for maintenance work or for any other reason.
Article 4: Services offered for sale on the Site
In accordance with Article L. 111-1 of the Consumer Code, Members must have the opportunity, before placing an order on the Site, to view the essential characteristics of the Services that they wish to order.
The Company takes the greatest possible care in its presentation of the Services on the Site. Members are encouraged to read the description of the Services on the Site before placing an order and, if necessary, to contact the Company's Customer Service Department to obtain additional information.
Services are offered in accordance with available spaces and once the Candidate Mission phase and the Selection Interviews have been completed by the Member, where applicable.
Article 5: Prices displayed on the Site
Prices for Services are displayed on the Site and are indicated in the currency most appropriate to the version of the Site consulted. All prices are stated inclusive of taxes. For the French version of the Site, the price is indicated in euros.
The Company reserves the right to change its prices at any time simply by publishing the changes on the Site. It is understood that the price charged to the Member is the price indicated in the Professional Training Contract signed by that Member.
The terms of an offer may still be altered up to the time that the Member signs the Professional Training Contract.
Payment of the price is made according to the terms specified in the Professional Training Contract.
Article 6: Ordering of Services
Users interested in a Service must contact the Company in order to take part in Candidate Missions and Selection Interviews, where applicable, before being sent a Professional Training Contract.
The sale is considered to have been definitively concluded once the Professional Training Contract has been signed by the Member.
Members warrant that they have the necessary authorisations to use the payment method chosen at the time of confirming the order. In the event of a payment problem, the order will be automatically cancelled and/or the Service(s) will be immediately suspended. The contract formed with Members when an order is placed consists of the following contractual documents:
- the Professional Training Contract
- these Terms
In the event of any contradiction between the terms of these documents, the provisions of the Professional Training Contract will prevail.
Article 7: Order refusal
The Company reserves the right to refuse or cancel any order, for a legitimate reason relating, for example, to the results of the Candidate Mission process, difficulty in performing a Service, problem with understanding the order received (illegible document, etc.) or abnormality of an order placed on the Site.
In that case, the Company will send the Member an e-mail, using the e-mail address provided by the Member when placing the order, and will not collect the sums to be paid or, where applicable, will reimburse the Member for the sums already received by the Company in respect of the order concerned
Article 8: Restrictions
Users may not and expressly agree that they will not:
- Use manual or automated software, devices, scripts, robots, backdoors or other means or processes to access, "scrape", "crawl" or "spider" any web page or other services contained on the Site, Application or Collective Content.
- Use the Site for any commercial or other purposes that are not expressly permitted by these Terms.
- Copy, store or otherwise access or use any information contained in the Site for purposes not expressly permitted by these Terms.
- Infringe the rights of any person or entity (including the Company), including without limitation their intellectual property, privacy, publicity or contractual rights.
- Interfere with or damage the Site, by any means whatsoever, either intentionally or through simple negligence.
- Use the Site to transmit, distribute, post or submit any information concerning any other person or entity, including without limitation photographs of others without their permission, personal contact information or credit, debit, calling card or account numbers.
- Use the Site to distribute or send unsolicited commercial email ("spam") or advertisements.
- "Stalk" or harass any other User, or collect or store any personal data belonging to another User.
- Register for more than one Member account on the Site.
- Use automated scripts to collect information from or otherwise interact with the Site.
- As a Member, submit any false or misleading information.
- Post, upload, publish, submit or transmit any content that: (i) infringes, misappropriates or violates a third party's patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, moral rights or other intellectual property rights, or rights of publicity or privacy; (ii) violates or encourages any conduct that would violate any applicable law or regulation or would give rise to civil liability; (iii) is fraudulent, misleading or deceptive; (iv) is defamatory, obscene, pornographic, vulgar or offensive; (v) promotes discrimination, bigotry, racism, hatred, harassment or harm against any individual or group; (vi) is violent or threatening or promotes violence or actions that are threatening to any other person or entity; or (vii) promotes illegal or harmful activities or substances.
- Systematically retrieve data or other content from the Site to create or compile, directly or indirectly, in a single or multiple downloads, a collection, compilation, database, directory or the like, whether through the use of bots, crawlers or spiders or otherwise.
- Use, display, mirror or frame the Site or any individual element within the Site, Wild Code School's name, any Wild Code School trademark, logo or other proprietary information, or the layout and design of any page, form and content.
- Access, tamper with or use non-public areas of the Site, or the Company's computer or technical systems.
- Attempt to probe, scan or test the vulnerability of any Company system or network or breach any security or authentication measures.
- Avoid, bypass, remove, deactivate, impair, descramble, or otherwise circumvent any technological measures implemented by the Company to protect the Site.
- Use the Site in any way to disseminate or send altered, deceptive or false information.
- Attempt to decipher, decompile, disassemble or reverse engineer the software used to provide the Site.
The Company has the right to investigate and prosecute any violation of the above to the fullest extent of the law.
The Company may access, preserve and disclose your information if it is required to do so by law or if it believes in good faith that this is reasonably necessary.
All Users acknowledge that the Company has no obligation to monitor access to or use of the Site or to review or edit any Member content, but has the right to do so for the purposes of operating and improving the Site (including without limitation for fraud prevention, risk assessment, investigation and customer support purposes), to ensure compliance with these Terms, to comply with applicable law or the order of a court or administrative agency.
The Company reserves the right, at any time and without prior notice, to remove from the Site or disable any content that the Company, at its sole discretion, considers to be objectionable for any reason, in violation of these Terms or in breach of the Law or of a court decision, or is otherwise harmful to the Site and its Users.
Article 9: Company's liability
The Company undertakes to do everything possible to ensure that the Site works optimally and that the Services offered are satisfactory to Users and Members.
The Company is subject only to a best-endeavours obligation and is not bound by any absolute obligation, which all Users and Members expressly acknowledge and accept.
The Company undertakes to perform the Services diligently and may only incur liability in the event of established fault on its part which is of sufficient gravity. The Company cannot be held liable in the event of fault or negligence attributable to a User, Member or any third party, or in the event of force majeure.
The Company undertakes to use its best efforts to guarantee maximum security on the Site.
However, the Company does not guarantee that the Site is free from errors, bugs or viruses and that these can be corrected. The Company is not liable in any way for faults attributable to any software or interfaces supplied by third party service providers.
The Company takes particular care to ensure the quality of information provided but gives no warranty as to the information and data published.
Sources of information published on the Site are considered reliable. However, the Site reserves the right not to guarantee the reliability of sources. Information provided on the Site is for information purposes only. Therefore, Users alone assume full responsibility for their use of the information and content of this Site.
Users must ensure that their password is kept secret. Any disclosure of passwords in any form is prohibited.
Users assume the risks associated with the use of their Username and Password. The Company accepts no liability for that use.
The Site must be compensated for any damage directly or indirectly caused as a result of the use of the service by the User.
The Site cannot be held liable in the event of force majeure or for the unforeseeable and unavoidable actions of a third party.
Article 10: Posting by Members
The Site allows Members to post comments.
The Company cannot in any way be held liable for any inappropriate behaviour by Users or Members or for any dishonesty or disloyalty on their part.
In their posts, Members agree to comply with the rules of Netiquette and with current laws.
The Company conducts post-moderation of posts and reserves the right to refuse to publish these online, without having to justify its decision to Members.
Members retain all of their intellectual property rights. However, by publishing a post on the Site, they grant the Company the non-exclusive right (without consideration) to represent, reproduce, adapt, modify, disseminate and distribute that post, directly or through an authorised third party, on a worldwide basis, on any medium (digital or physical) and for the duration of the protection granted to the intellectual property of the content in question. In particular, Members grant the right to use their post on the Internet and on mobile telephone networks.
The Company undertakes to include the Member's name alongside each use of that Member's post.
By using the Site, Users expressly and unreservedly consent to the use of their personal information in accordance with the terms set out below.
Identity of the controller: Personal data is collected by INNOV'EDUC SAS whose address is 18 Rue de la Gare, 28240, La Loupe, France.
Data collected on the Site: It is not mandatory to provide personal information when visiting this Site. Data identified as mandatory on Site forms is required to enable Users to enjoy the corresponding Site functionalities. Mandatory details include surnames, first names and contact details. Data collected automatically may be used to compile statistics on the consultation of the Site's web pages. Information related to the use of the Site or to any communication by email or letter may be collected.
Registered Users may receive offers from the Wild Code School by email. Registered Users wishing to stop receiving offers by e-mail can send their request to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Data collected and subsequently processed by the Site is data that you voluntarily disclose to us by completing the various forms on the Site.
The Site does not guarantee complete security and confidentiality of data transmitted. However, the Company undertakes to implement all necessary means to guarantee data security and confidentiality to the best extent possible.
*Disclosure of information: Personal information about Members may be disclosed to the Company and its employees, as well as to partners working with the Company in connection with the operation of the Site and the performance of the services offered on the Site, or for any other use for which prior consent will be requested.
Some of these recipients are located outside the European Union, and in particular Hubspot, which will have access to the following data: surname, first name, contact details, CV.
Hubspot's services are certified as being compliant with the EU-US Privacy Shield, which means that they offer an adequate level of protection for personal data under European Commission Decision C(2016) 4176. Hubspot's company name is HubSpot Incorporated. Its address is as follows: "HubSpot Headquarters 25 First St., 2nd floor Cambridge, Massachusetts 02141 United States". To contact Hubspot, visit their website: https://www.hubspot.fr/ or contact them at the following email address or telephone number: email@example.com +1 (857) 209-9227
This personal information may also be disclosed if a request is made by judicial authorities or other authorities competent to enforce applicable laws and other provisions.
Access, modification and erasure: In accordance with the French Data Protection Act ("informatique et libertés") of 6 January 1978, as amended, you have the rights of access, rectification and erasure of your personal information. These rights can be exercised at any time by contacting us at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Data retention period: Data is stored by the Site's hosts (contact details in the Site's Legal Notices) and is kept for the period strictly necessary to achieve the purposes mentioned above. Beyond that period, data will be kept for statistical purposes only and will not be exploited in any way whatsoever.
Article 12: Intellectual Property
The Site's content is the property of the Company and is protected by French and international intellectual property laws.
The Wild Code School trademark owned by the Company has been duly registered and is protected. Any total or partial reproduction of the Site, and any use of the Wild Code School trademark, is strictly prohibited and is likely to constitute an infringement.
In addition, unless otherwise expressly stated, the Company is the owner of all intellectual property rights over the photographs, presentations, texts, studies, drawings, etc. contained on the Site. Users are therefore prohibited from reproducing or exploiting the content of the Site without the prior express consent in writing of the Company, which may charge a fee for such use.
Users alone are responsible for all content that they post. Users must not post online any content that may harm third party interests. Any legal action brought against the Site by an injured third party will be the responsibility of the User.
User Content may be deleted or modified by the site at any time and for any reason. Users will not receive any explanation or notification prior to the deletion or modification of User Content.
Article 13: Right of withdrawal
In accordance with Articles L. 121-21 et seq. of the French Consumer Code, Members have the statutory right to withdraw within fifteen (15) calendar days from the order conclusion date, without having to give reasons, by sending the Company a notification clearly expressing their intention to withdraw or by sending the Company the withdrawal form contained in the Annex to the Terms. The right of withdrawal applies only to Services not used on the date on which the Company receives the withdrawal notification.
If Members want the service to begin before the end of the withdrawal period, they must submit an express request to the Company. For Services involving the supply of digital content separate from any physical medium, that request must be accompanied by an express waiver of the Member's right to exercise their right of withdrawal.
Article 14: Amicable dispute resolution
In the event of a dispute between the parties and following the failure of the Member's written complaint to the Company or if the Company does not respond within a reasonable period of one (1) month, the Member may, within one (1) year of the complaint, follow any alternative dispute resolution procedure and, in particular, submit to mediation by contacting the following mediator(s):
The Association of European Mediators (AME CONSO) to which the professional belongs. The dispute can be referred to the consumer ombudsman:
- either by completing the relevant form on the AME CONSO website: www.mediationconso-ame.com
- or by sending a letter to AME CONSO, 11 Place Dauphine - 75001 PARIS
- and/or by accessing the European online dispute resolution platform at the following address: http://ec.europa.eu/odr
This procedure is free of charge and Members may, at their own expense, obtain legal assistance. Members are free to accept or refuse the use of mediation and, where applicable, the solution proposed by the mediator.
Article 15: Governing Law - Language
These Terms and all operations resulting herefrom are governed by and subject to French law.
These Terms are originally written in French. If they are translated into one or more foreign languages, the French text alone will be authentic in the event of a dispute. In the event of a dispute, the French courts alone will have jurisdiction.