For BBIP Indonesian Language classes, the following Terms and Conditions apply:
BBIP courses are available to members only. Members need to login before being able to enrol.
All courses are 2 hours per week for 8 weeks.
All courses are priced at $180.
Please remember that you must first become a member to enrol in a course. Annual membership is $25.
Discounts of 10% apply to the course component for full-time students, pensioners and Health Card holders. Contact the course coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the discount code.
Your enrolment in a course is confirmed by receipt of payment prior to the first lesson.
Payment by PayPal is recommended and preferred.
Direct bank transfer is also accepted using these details:
Account Name: Balai Bahasa Indonesia Perth
BSB No: 066000
Account number: 11081925
Please add your last name and the initial of your first name as the reference (eg SmithD)
REFUND AND WITHDRAWAL POLICIES
- No refund can be given for any classes missed or for withdrawal after the first lesson.
- If you have paid and wish to withdraw from a course before the commencement date, send your request to email@example.com. You may choose to have a refund or a credit for a future course.
- Refunds for withdrawals before the commencement date will incur a $20 administration fee. Refunds can only be made via electronic transfer so please include your bank details when making a withdrawal request.
- Credits are only valid for the next course, for example, if withdrawing from a Term 2 class, the credit can apply only to the Term 3 class.
A transfer to another class better suited to your needs can be made in the first three weeks of the course, providing there is room in the ‘new’ class. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange this.
Please keep in mind that Balai Bahasa Indonesia Perth is a non-profit organisation. All services, including the enrolments and the co-ordination of classes are run by dedicated volunteers, committed to the promotion of the teaching of Indonesian language and fostering cultural links between Australia and Indonesia.