Terms & Conditions

  1. GENERAL

This agreement contains the terms and conditions for the use of online services Getprojectpass.com maintained by Suomen Projekti-instituutti Oy.  

  1. CONTRACTING PARTIES

This Agreement applies in the contractual relationship between Suomen Projekti-instituutti Oy and the Customer concerning the Customer’s right to use the above-mentioned online services.

  1. DEFINITIONS

Material (in the future) refers to material in any form in the Service, such as articles, advertisements, images, advertisements, sales brochures, drawings, video, audio, etc. The material may be produced by the Service Provider, the Customer or a third party for the Service.

Suomen Projekti-instituutti Oy (now The Service Provider) refers to Suomen Projekti-instituutti Oy.

The Customer (in the future) is a legal or natural person who has the right to use the Service under this Agreement.

The Customer may use the service in the user’s role (e.g., use of digital services for course and registrations and participations), in the admin role of a legal person (e.g., course- registration on behalf of their own organisation, access to reporting) 

The system (in the future) refers to the hardware, servers and software by which Suomen Projekti-instituutti Oy maintains the Services.

Services (in the future, the Service) refer to the services that can be used (e.g., access to, viewing or browsing the online service) under this Agreement.

Services may include educational services, event services, digital services, online publications, online communities, demand and supply information services and other services ordered and/or delivered over the network.

  1. ENTRY INTO FORCE OF THE AGREEMENT

For Services, whose use does not require you to register, the Customer Getprojectpass.com services accept and agrees to comply with these terms and conditions.

With regard to the use of the Services requiring registration, the agreement will enter into force from the Customer when the Customer has fulfilled the information necessary for registration on the Website of The Finnish Project Institute Ltd.’s Service and has registered in the Service by pressing a button or in another way to be agreed with the Service Provider.

From the service provider, the agreement will enter into force once the Customer’s registration in the Service has been approved.

  1. CONTENTSOF THE SERVICE

The service can have both free and paid parts. Each Service will be notified whether it is a free or paid Service.

The use of the paid Services requires payment of the price indicated in connection with the Service. The fee for the Service may be subject to an entrance fee and a user fee determined or time-bound according to the use of the Service.

The Service Provider may change the price and pricing criteria of the Service and change the free Service to a fee or vice versa. The current prices and pricing criteria can be found on the Service’s website at any time.

The Service Provider shall not be responsible for the accuracy or reliability of the information presented in the Service or for the accuracy or accuracy of the products and services marketed or transmitted in the Service.

The Service Provider is not responsible for the content of any service, opinion, customer feedback, or forums that may be used in the Service. The Service Provider has the right, but not the obligation, to review and amend or delete the content of the writings presented in the Service. The Service Provider is not responsible for the content or other features of other services connected to or accessible through the Service.

  1. RIGHTS, RESPONSIBILITIES AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE PARTIES
    1. Customer’s rights, responsibilities and obligations

In addition to the other rights, responsibilities and obligations set out in this Agreement, you have the following rights, responsibilities and obligations:

      1. Customer rights
      2. Customer’s right to use the Service

The Customer has the right to use the Service in accordance with the terms of this Agreement for purposes in accordance with the law and good practice. Through the Service, the Customer may also have access to services that are the responsibility of other data providers and service providers, the use of which may require the acceptance of separate terms of use. The Customer will not receive any rights under this Agreement in respect of the Service, except for the right to use the Service in accordance with the Service-specific Terms of Use and the Terms of Delivery and any other service-specific terms and conditions.

      1. Customer username and password

When registering, the Customer receives a personal username and password for the Service. The Customer undertakes to keep them carefully and to keep them to them. The Customer is responsible for ensure that the username and password are not known to third parties. The Customer is responsible for the use made with their username and password.

      1. Customer’s right to register

Only an existing legal or natural person has the right to register as a Customer. The minimum age of 15 years is required for the registration of a natural person in paid services. A person under the age of 18 or otherwise insensitive is required to purchase paid Services with the consent of the guardian (a minor guardian), or that the legal act is normal and insignificant in the circumstances, or that the legal act is carried out with the funds earned by the in severing person’s own work.

When a natural person registers by working or other e-mail provided by a legal person (e.g., Company ltd), the Customer gives the right to link their username to a legal person (e.g., Company Ltd). The link to a legal person is primarily made according to the e-mail domain, company name or Business ID.

Only by using the legal person’s e-mail address (e.g., @company.com) can discounts be granted to legal persons and to pay for the services to be ordered by invoice.

      1. Customer’s right of complaint

The Customer has the right to invoke the error by notifying the Service Provider in writing within 14 days of the Customer’s detection of the error or when the Customer should have detected the error. All complaints concerning the Services must be sent to the Finnish Project Institute’s customer service by e-mail: info@projekti-instituutti.fi.

      1. Right of withdrawal for digital services

For digital services, such as certificate products sold in an online store, the 14-day withdrawal period begins with the conclusion of the agreement on the digital content in question. However, the Customer does not have the right to cancel the store if the delivery of digital content has started electronically with the customer’s consent before the end of the withdrawal period. Such consent may be considered received when the Customer expresses a willingness to receive digital content before the end of the 14-day withdrawal period via a separate link. For the Project Pass service, the delivery of content is considered to have started when the customer adopts the test with the user ID that was created for the customer. In addition, you are deemed to have given your consent to the initiation of the delivery of digital content and the waiver of your right of withdrawal if you log into the system with your user IDs before the end of the 14-day right of withdrawal. You may exercise your right of withdrawal for digital services by contacting info@projekti-instituutti.fi

    1. Customer’s responsibilities and responsibilities
      1. Customer’s responsibility for equipment, use, etc.

You are responsible for acquiring and operating the personal equipment, connections and software necessary to use the Service and for not causing harm, disruption or damage to the Service Provider or other internet users. Devices and software that may cause harm, interference or damage must be immediately disconnected from the network. The Customer is responsible for not causing interference with other users or violating the rights of other users, the Service Provider or third parties when using the Service.

      1. Customer’s liability for violation of intellectual property rights

The Customer agrees not to store, disseminate, send or pass on material in the Service that is contrary to law and/or good practice, incites or promotes such activity. The Customer is responsible for the Customer’s non-copy, store, distribute, send or transmit the Copyright, Trademark Or other intellectual property protected material in the Service or through the Service without the permission of the author or rightholder. At their own expense, the customer is responsible for the disputes and related costs and compensation related to the material it generates online.

      1. Customer responsibility for payments

The Customer is responsible for all own user charges or requirements and costs related to the use of the Service to a third party (e.g., internet network usage fees and call charges).

      1. Other terms and conditions regarding the Customer’s liabilities and obligations

The service contains material protected by copyright, trademark law and other rights. The service as such is protected by copyright under the copyright law in force in Finland.

During and after the termination of the Contract, the Customer grants the Service Provider the right to edit, copy, publish or otherwise make available to the public materials made available by the Customer in the Service free of charge.

The Customer may not link the Service for merit purposes without the written permission of Suomen Projekti-instituutti Oy.

The Customer is responsible to Suomen Projekti-instituutti Oy and/or directly to the party whose rights the Customer has violated for possible abuses and for their illegal and/or anti-contract activities.

The Customer must promptly notify the Service Provider of any change in the Customer’s name and address information.

      1. Information security

The Customer is aware that the Internet as an operating environment may cause deficiencies in the functionality of the Service and System, and that data security poses a risk in existing information systems and is responsible for the protection of your computer, information system or other similar computer device.

    1. Rights, responsibilities and obligations of Suomen Projekti-instituutti Oy

In addition to the other rights, responsibilities and obligations set forth in this Agreement, Suomen Projekti-Instituutti Oy has the following rights, responsibilities and obligations:

      1. Rights of Suomen Projekti-instituutti Oy
      2. Temporary security measures

The Service Provider has the right, but not the obligation, to inspect, amend or prohibit the publication of material it considers inappropriate, especially if the Material is contrary to laws, good practice or marketing regulations. The Service Provider has the right to block the use of the Customer’s Service if the Service Provider has reason to suspect that the Service is being used for purposes contrary to the Terms of Use, the Law or good manner, or if requested by the authority.

      1. Right to information related to paid services

In the case of paid Services, the Service Provider has the right to check the Customer’s credit information and, at its discretion, to require a reasonable prepayment or guarantee from the trader-Customer. A business ID or an equivalent registration number may be required of the legal person who is the customer. In order to fulfil the rights and obligations of the Customer and the Service Provider, the Service Provider may collect a personal identity code from billing customers who are natural persons.

      1. Right to change customer IDs

The Service Provider has the right to change the Customer’s username, the password received from the Service or any other information necessary or to be attached to the Service if it causes conflicts or overlaps in the Service Provider’s information systems.

      1. Service provider’s right to change the content of the Service

The Service Provider has the right to produce the Service as it deems best and to change the content of the Service or Services.

      1. Service provider’s right to suspend the Service

The Service Provider has the right to temporarily suspend the Service if this is necessary due to the Service, its technical modification or renewal, or due to installation, modification and maintenance of the public telecommunications network, or if laws, regulations, government regulations, instructions or opinions or recommendations from key organisations in the field so require. The service provider strives to ensure that the interruption does not continue for an unnecessarily long time and that the resulting inconvenience is minimised. The Service Provider will endeavour to notify you in advance of the interruption.

    1.   Responsibilities and responsibilities of Suomen Projekti-instituutti Oy
      1. Responsibility for content

The Service Provider is responsible for the legality of the editorial content it produces for the Service itself and strives for the highest quality Service, but in no way guarantees the reliability of the Service or related information product or service or the reliability of the services accessed through the Service.

      1. Liability for damages

If damage is caused to the Customer by this contractual relationship or by the use of the Service based on it, the Service Provider’s liability is as follows:

In the case of paid Services, the Service Provider is solely liable for the direct damages caused to the Customer by its product.

The maximum amount of the service provider’s liability is the amount of payments made by the Customer for one (1) month for the Service.

The Service Provider shall not be liable for any indirect or indirect damages that may be caused to the Customer.

In the case of free services, the Service Provider shall not be liable for any direct or indirect or indirect damages caused to the Customer.

      1. Responsibility for the information and marketed products presented in the Service

The Service Provider shall not be responsible for the accuracy or reliability of the information presented or accessible through the Service or for the accuracy or accuracy of the products or services marketed or transmitted in the Service.

      1. Responsibility for the functioning of the system

The Service Provider is not responsible for the functionality of the System or for interruptions caused by technical faults, maintenance or installation work, communication disruptions or any resulting data, etc. change or disappearance. The service provider strives to keep the Internet network undisturbed for its part.

      1. Repair of defects and disturbances

The Service Provider will rectification any faults and disturbances in the Service during normal working hours after receiving a notification of a fault or disturbance without undue delay.

      1. Information security

The Service Provider strives to ensure that the Service meets reasonable data security requirements but is not responsible for damage caused to Customers by data security deficiencies or security risks such as computer viruses.

  1. SERVICE PRICES AND PAYMENT

After accepting this agreement, you may choose free of charge for the services you wish to use. If the Customer is moving to paid Services, it will be clearly visible in the Service.

You may need to register to use the services. In the case of paid Services, the Customer pays the Service Provider any connection fee and the service usage fee in accordance with the price list in force at any time or in connection with the subscription between the Service Provider and the Customer.

The following payment periods can be paid in the online store:

Natural persons

  • Credit card payments (credit cards generally accepted in the Service)
  • Bank (banks generally accepted in the Service)

 Legal persons

  • Credit card payments (credit cards generally accepted in the Service)
  • Bank (banks generally accepted in the Service)
  • Invoice

Prices on price lists do not include VAT. Sales tax is displayed on the order/cart before the purchase is finally approved.

The Service Provider has the right to change payment methods, pricing and payment bases. Any changes will be announced on the Customer or on the website related to the Service. Increases in costs resulting from law, regulations or government measures will increase prices immediately from the date of entry into force of the regulations. Price changes do not apply to one-time orders already placed after the Service Provider has received the order. If changes are made to the order, the price is determined according to the price at the time of the change.

After the customer has placed an order for the service, the Service Provider sends an order confirmation and order-specific terms of delivery, use and cancellation, as well as any payment receipt for the payment made to the email address provided by the Customer in connection with the order.

It is the customer’s duty to carefully check the details of the order confirmation. The confirmed order is binding. If the Customer does not receive an order confirmation, the order is not registered.

The Customer must pay invoices sent by the Service Provider by the due date. If the payment is delayed, the Service Provider has the right to charge legal interest on late payment. For separate collection requests, the Service Provider has the right to charge notes. If the Customer has not made a payment by the due date, the Service Provider has the right to block the use of the Service.

  1. FORCE MAJEURE

The following factors shall be considered force majeure condition if they prevent or make it unreasonably difficult to fulfil the contract: a work conflict and all other factors over which the parties themselves have no control, such as unforeseen events in the labour force, fire, war, mobilization, forced entry, seizure, currency restrictions, rebellion, power outage and disruption of telecommunications and/or internet traffic. The party shall be relieved of its obligations and of the obligation to pay damages for the term of force majeure.

The existence, cause and end of force majeure shall be notified without delay to the other party by e-mail or other written notice. The Service Provider may also report force majeure on its website related to the Service.

  1. TERMINATION OF THE CONTRACT

Both parties shall have the right to terminate the agreement if the other Party can be considered to have substantially violated the agreement and has not rectified its activities to comply with the agreement within one week of receipt of the written notice. Suomen Projekti-instituutti Oy has the right to terminate the contract immediately after the other party has gone bankrupt, reorganized, liquidated or insolvent or undisturbed, or the other party has had a payment default in relation to the payment default of Suomen Projekti-instituutti Oy.

  1. TRANSFER OF CONTRACT

Suomen Projekti-instituutti Oy has the right to transfer this agreement and the rights and obligations a resulting therein to another company belonging to the same group. You do not have the right to transfer this agreement to a third party.

  1. AMENDMENTS TO THE AGREEMENT

The terms of an individual agreement that differ from these terms must be agreed in writing. The Service Provider has the right to unilaterally change the terms of the agreement and the changes will take effect when the Service Provider announces it on its website related to the Service and the terms and conditions have been available for a week in the Service. If the Customer does not accept the change, they must notify the Service Provider within one week of the change’s entry into force.

If the Consumer Customer terminates the contract as a result of the change, the amended terms and conditions will not apply during the notice period. After the notice period, the Customer’s right to use the Service will cease and the user ID will be void. In any event, the Customer is deemed to have accepted the changes when using the Service after being informed of the change.

  1. VALIDITY OF THE AGREEMENT

The agreement is valid until further notice. The contract may be terminated with one month’s notice, unless otherwise agreed. The termination must take place by e-mail or other written notice. The Service Provider may also terminate the contract by means of a notice on its website related to the Service.

At the end of the term of the Agreement, the right to use the Service and any accompanying Material under this Agreement will expire. Not to date from the end, the liability conditions under this Agreement shall remain in force.

Due to its nature, an order for a one-time paid Service cannot be terminated if the Service has already been partly or fully delivered.

  1. REGIONAL DEMARSION

The paid Services are primarily intended for use in Finland. In addition, the use of paid Services is permitted under this User Agreement from the Nordic countries and countries belonging to the European Union, unless otherwise stated in the service’s subscription-specific terms of use or other contractual terms. The use of the Paid Service from other countries requires a special and separate agreement between the Service Provider and the Customer.

  1. DISAGREEMENTS

The laws of Finland shall apply to this Agreement. Any disputes arising from this agreement and the contractual relationship will be resolved primarily by negotiation, but if no agreement can be reached in the negotiations, they will be resolved by the District Court of Helsinki as a first instance in the general court. The Consumer Customer has the right to bring an action before the General District Court of the place in whose jurisdiction he or she has his/her place of residence in Finland. The Consumer Customer also has the right to refer the dispute to the Consumer Disputes Board (http://kuluttajariita.fi/fi/).