JOIN OUR AFFINITY SCHEME & SAVE UP TO £14* STUDENT COVER (MULTIPLE PRACTICES) £16.27 (Must have a Certificate awarded by an EFT & Mindfulness Centre Trainer) NON-STUDENTS (MULTIPLE PRACTICES) £49.97 (Must have an Accreditation Certificate awarded by the EFT & Mindfulness Centre) (*compared to Holistic Insurance Services)
Insurance is prudent and often a mandatory requirement before joining some organisations. Here at the EFT & Mindfulness Centre, we strongly encourage all our students to take out insurance and require it if you wish to become accredited with us. We are pleased to have negotiated on your behalf, insurance discounted premiums with two of the most popular insurance companies. If you have trained with any of our Trainers on this site and have been accredited, you can apply through Balens and the IICT. The dropdown boxes below give more information and application forms etc.
1. Balens Insurers
The EFT & Mindfulness Centre are qualified to hold an Affinity Scheme with Balens Limited, Bridge House, Portland Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 2TA, who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. If you have been trained by one of our Trainers, you can apply for discounted premiums for not only EFT and Mindfulness but for ALL your therapies. Only Practitioners and Trainers who are insured can be accredited or listed on this website and the EFT Register.
COUNTRIES COVERED: GREECE, CYPRUS, MALTA, UK, SPAIN, GIBRALTAR, NETHERLANDS
We chose Balens because they were founded in 1950 and are an ethical 4th Generation Family Brokerage. Balens pioneered specialist wordings for Health and Well-Being Professionals over 25 years ago and pride themselves on the full range of services to support their clients. Their ethos, philosophy and founding principles are uncoloured by financial motives or political agendas.
Please ensure you mention on the form that you are an accredited member of the EFT & Mindfulness Centre organisation and quote your accreditation number.
The following sections will be insured by the policy:
Public & Product Liability Insurance @ £5.0M Medical Malpractice Insurance @ £5.0M Professional Indemnity Insurance @ £5.0M Business Equipment and Stock @ £5,000
Note: Cover for legal expenses is only available to UK residents.
The premiums with IICT are in GBP but will be converted into Euros when paying. These rates are as from 1st June 2017. The rates are the same for a student or a certified and accredited practitioner.
IICT members £ 90.86 Non IICT member £100.86
HOW TO PAY: Payments can be madevia Paypal using the IICT PayPal account Or alternatively: Calling 01367 246133 with your credit card details Transferring by BACs to: Sort Code 20-23-97 Account no. 10450529 (please put the reference as your name)
Please note cover can only commence upon receipt of payment Important Conditions:
IICT reserve the right to charge £10.00 for each alteration if more than two amendments are required in any period of insurance (Mid Term Adjustments are always charged). This is a Commercial Insurance policy: No days of grace are given and no refund will be given in the event of cancellation. If you are paying in instalments, all remaining instalments must still be paid in accordance with the credit agreement
TYPES OF INSURANCE Public Liability Insurances
This covers liability in law for causing injury to other people (not necessarily clients/patients) or for damage to their property, provided that no treatment or advice was the reason for the incident.
Employers Liability Insurance
This covers the Employer for injuries sustained by any employees or work experience assistants. This cover is a legal requirement where staff are employed and the Employer's Liability certificate needs to be displayed in the workplace by Law. Self employed people are not usually covered by this.
Products Liability Insurance
This covers the business for any defect in goods sold, supplied or demonstrated to the customer or client, which may cause injury or damage. Even if the business did not manufacture the item concerned and innocently passed it on, under EEC Directive, the Consumer Protections Act etc., it will still be initially held liable. i.e.. the last to pass on a product in a chain of supply will be held liable.