Standard Terms of Business


Except designated or else the standard terms of the business are applicable to consumers seeking or hold HLACT accreditation and to those individuals or activities directly associated with the HLACT commendation for prior arrangement to assume regulatory conventionality duties.

Extension to Scope:

Educational or non-educational entities having a will to extend their international status of accreditation have to undergo with appropriate application available on the website of the HLACT. Additionally, the want of the entity will be taken into effective consideration by our evaluator. However, no compromises will be made in terms of quality. In order to attain the extension a certain fees will also be required, which will be decided by considering the tenure of extension.


It is vital for the educational or non-educational entity to confirm the acceptance of the attained quotation within the time frame of 7 days from the date of issue. Initiation of the process reflects that consumer has agreed on the stated terms and willing to pay or the required services.


Invoices are raised in the sterling that needs to be fully payable. It can be raised through electronic medium and sent by utilising the mean of email that can also be raised in stages. For an instance, HLACT tends to travel overseas in order to complement lengthy projects in which affiliation of travelling cost is observed.

Note: In all the operative transaction, value added tax will be implemented according to the set regulation introduced by Ministry of United Kingdom.

Call recording:

Your calls, messages and emails to HLACT will always be monitored in order to compliment the initiative of HLACT related to training and quality purposes.

Applicable Law:

Every activity conducted by or related to the HLACT is governed under the banner of English Law. The Court of England will play vital role in jurisdiction in response to any claim or dispute. Each party permanently waives any right it may have to object to any exploit being brought in front of magistrates, to assert that the deed has been brought in an unfortunate debate, or assert that those courts do not have authority.