Policies | Terms of Service

The following provide a summary of KMT’s operating procedures and are provided to publicly affirm the company’s position on, and commitment to, quality, openness and transparency.

If you require additional information or clarification on any of the policies listed below, please don’t hesitate to contact our administration department.

  • All payments for personal training sessions must be paid for in advance
  • Kimotion Training reserves the right to change the charges at any time
  • Each trainer is solely responsible for the health and safety of their clients during each session.
  • Kimotion Training ensures that they are suitably insured and qualified to deliver on Kimotion Training’s behalf
  • You must give at least 24 hours notice if you wish to cancel a session. Failure to do so will result in you being charged the full amount
  • In the event of a trainer being unable to deliver a session Kimotion Training will endeavour to re-arrange the session or in agreement with you and with your permission arrange for another trainer to perform the session.
  • All sessions are non-transferable and non-refundable
  • In the case of serious injury or medical conditions as diagnosed by a medical professional refunds for long term packages are considered on an individual basis where evidence has been produced
  • All sessions have an expiry date of 180 days after the date of purchase unless otherwise mutually agreed
We seek to make our website as accessible and user friendly as possible, and to the widest possible audience. The user’s experience is at the very epicenter of our website development strategy to ensure that we communicate our business objectives as transparently as possible.
In order to ensure that we are successful in our development strategy, we must also consider the specific needs of those with physical disabilities, visual impairments and/or learning difficulties. Furthermore, we also need to make sure that our website and learner management systems (LMS) render correctly, and in a variety of web browsers, including:
• Internet Explorer
• Safari
• Mozilla Firefox
• Google Chrome
In order to ensure that our accessibility objectives and obligations are met, we have committed to the World Wide Web Consortium Standards (WC3) in all of our web development activities. All web pages, sub-domains and social media websites have and will continue to be developed and tested in accordance with the WC3 standards.
The Publicly Available Standards (PAS 78), which were published by the British Standards Industry (BSI) on March 8th 2006, and in collaboration with the Disability Rights Commission (DRC), outline the steps website operators must take to ensure that their websites remain compliant with the DDA. We at
KMT recognises that some candidates may feel that they have been unnecessarily disadvantaged during the assessment and/or delivery of their training course or qualification, and as such may wish to challenge the outcome of their assessment.
KMT is committed to providing all learners with a fair and objective forum in which assessment decisions can be challenged.
Any learner has the right to appeal against their assessment outcome, irrespective of the type of assessment, and/or the course or qualification they are working towards.
KMT is dedicated to ensuring that all learners are given an equal and fair opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and competence at the level being assessed.
Learners can only launch an appeal once they have been issued with their assessment outcome and/or feedback.
The appeals procedure should not be considered as a fast track alternative to re-assessment. All candidates launching an appeal must be able to prove that they have been disadvantaged in the assessment process, and/or their evidence has not been judged accurately or fairly.
This policy is underpinned by the company’s equality and diversity policy.
Appeals Procedure
A learner can only launch an appeal once they have received their assessment outcome, including any relevant feedback.
All appeals appeal must be received by KMT within 20 working days (Mon-Fri) of the date in which the assessment decision was delivered.
All appeals must be received in writing and clearly marked ‘Student Appeal’. Appeals may be submitted electronically to admin@KMT.co.uk or by post to the address on the Contact Us page. Verbal appeals will not be accepted.
All learners are responsible for demonstrating that the assessment outcome awarded is contrary to the appropriate assessment outcome.
Appeals pertaining to practical assessments must be accompanied with the appropriate video evidence. Practical competence cannot be established retrospectively or via any other mode of assessment. As such all learners have the right to video their practical assessments. Prior warning will however need to be issued to enable the consent of the venue in which the assessment is taking place.
All appeals must be completed on the appropriate form (AP-01)- this can be downloaded by clicking here.
Following the submission of an appeal application, learners will receive written confirmation of the internal verifier’s initial investigation findings within 20 working. Where this is not possible (sickness, holidays etc) learners will be notified accordingly and a new deadline issued. Wherever possible the company will seek to investigate all appeal applications as swiftly as possible.
Only once the above process has been exhausted and the company has upheld the original assessment outcome, can learners launch an appeal with the relevant awarding/governing body.
For further clarification on the above policy and procedures learners should consult with KMT’s Lead Internal Quality Assurer/Verifier.
KMT recognises that some candidates may feel that they have been unnecessarily disadvantaged during the assessment and/or delivery of their training course or qualification, and as such may wish to challenge the outcome of their assessment.
KMT is committed to providing all learners with a fair and objective forum in which assessment decisions can be challenged.
Any learner has the right to appeal against their assessment outcome, irrespective of the type of assessment, and/or the course or qualification they are working towards.
KMT is dedicated to ensuring that all learners are given an equal and fair opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and competence at the level being assessed.
Learners can only launch an appeal once they have been issued with their assessment outcome and/or feedback.
The appeals procedure should not be considered as a fast track alternative to re-assessment. All candidates launching an appeal must be able to prove that they have been disadvantaged in the assessment process, and/or their evidence has not been judged accurately or fairly.
This policy is underpinned by the company’s equality and diversity policy.
Appeals Procedure
A learner can only launch an appeal once they have received their assessment outcome, including any relevant feedback.
All appeals appeal must be received by KMT within 20 working days (Mon-Fri) of the date in which the assessment decision was delivered.
All appeals must be received in writing and clearly marked ‘Student Appeal’. Appeals may be submitted electronically to admin@KMT.co.uk or by post to the address on the Contact Us page. Verbal appeals will not be accepted.
All learners are responsible for demonstrating that the assessment outcome awarded is contrary to the appropriate assessment outcome.
Appeals pertaining to practical assessments must be accompanied with the appropriate video evidence. Practical competence cannot be established retrospectively or via any other mode of assessment. As such all learners have the right to video their practical assessments. Prior warning will however need to be issued to enable the consent of the venue in which the assessment is taking place.
All appeals must be completed on the appropriate form (AP-01)- this can be downloaded by clicking here.
Following the submission of an appeal application, learners will receive written confirmation of the internal verifier’s initial investigation findings within 20 working. Where this is not possible (sickness, holidays etc) learners will be notified accordingly and a new deadline issued. Wherever possible the company will seek to investigate all appeal applications as swiftly as possible.
Only once the above process has been exhausted and the company has upheld the original assessment outcome, can learners launch an appeal with the relevant awarding/governing body.
For further clarification on the above policy and procedures learners should consult with KMT’s Lead Internal Quality Assurer/Verifier.
We recognise that the needs and circumstances of our customers have the potential to change and as such we will need to be flexible in the way we offer our services. This policy therefore exists to provide our customers and potential customers with clear guidance on how and when cancellations will be accepted, and how and when any refunds (when due) will be processed.
This policy provides and overview of the terms related to course cancellations. For a more detailed account of our policy on course cancellations and transfers please refer to Clause 7 of our Terms of Business.
The cancellation policy does not affect your statutory rights.
• If you cancel your course with us within 7 days of enrolment (“Cooling-Off Period”) you will be entitled to a full refund.
• If you cancel and provide us with more than 8-weeks notice before the practical element of your course is due to start, you will lose your Course deposit.
• If you cancel and provide us with less than 8-weeks notice before the practical element of your course is due to start, you will be charged 50% of the course cost.
• If you cancel and provide us with less than 4-weeks notice prior to the practical element of your course is due to start, you will be charged 90% of the course cost.
• If you fail to attend a course, or try to cancel after you have attended any of the practical training days, you will be charged 100% of the course cost.
• Bookings made by businesses on behalf of individuals cannot be cancelled.
All learning materials pertaining to cancelled courses should be returned to us within 7 days of your request to cancel the course. We reserve the right not to process cancellation requests and issue any refunds to you until these materials have been received by us. We also recomend that you return these materials via recorded post to enable their return to be tracked/monitored.
In addition to the charges outlined above, an administration charge of £15.00 will be charged on all cancellations to cover the cost of postage, merchant charges, on-line learning accounts and processing the initial booking request/application.
Any customer wanting to cancel their course should do so using the cancellation form below:
Course Cancellation Form
KMT is committed to providing a quality service and achieving the highest standards of business. One of the ways in which we can continue to improve our service is by listening and responding to the views of our customers.
This policy is designed to provide all customers, potential customers and any person that works or may work with KMT with a fair and objective means of making a complaint.
Where the complaint is regarding any of the award assessments, the claimant should follow the company and/or awarding body appeals procedures as is appropriate. This can only be done once the candidate has been given their assessment outcome. For more information on this process refer to our appeals procedure.
KMT seeks to:
• Treat all customer complaints as clear expression of dissatisfaction with our service which calls for a response.
• Treat all complaints seriously whether it is made in person, by telephone, by letter, by fax, or by e-mail.
• Deal with complaints promptly, politely and, where appropriate, informally (for example, by telephone).
• Respond in the right way – for example, with an explanation, or an apology where we have got things wrong or information on any action taken etc.
• Learn from complaints; use them to improve the quality of our services.Making a Complaint:

Customers, suppliers, or any other person wishing to make a complaint should so in writing (email, fax or letter).
All correspondence should be titled ‘Customer Complaint’ and include a contemporaneous account of the events surrounding the complaint.
If the complaint pertains to a particular member of staff, their details should be provided accordingly within the complaint documentation.
The complaint should be submitted within 30 days of the incident to which the claim pertains occurred. While the company will investigate all complaints thoroughly, this time frame will enable us to ensure that the information we gather during the investigation process is as accurate as it can possibly be.

KMT stored information about staff, learners, suppliers and partners to enable it to operate as a successful provider of teaching and learning services and to meet its legal obligations.
In order to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998 (“the Act), information must be collected and used fairly, stored safely and not disclosed to any other person unlawfully. To do this, KMT must comply with the principles of the Act.
In summary, the Principles state that personal data will:
■Be processed fairly and lawfully.
■Be obtained for specified and lawful purposes, and will not be processed in a manner incompatible with those purposes.
■Be adequate, relevant and not excessive for those purposes.
■Be accurate and up to date.
■Not be kept for longer than is necessary.
■Be processed in accordance with the rights of the person that the data is about.
■Be kept safe from unauthorised access, accidental loss or destruction.
■Not be transferred to a country outside the European Economic Area, unless the country has equivalent protection for personal data.
Compliance with the Act
Staff, learners or other parties (e.g. contractors, consultants, and partners) who process personal data collected in the name of the Company must ensure that they follow the above Principles.
Compliance with the Act is the responsibility of all staff and learners who access Company systems. A breach of this Policy may lead to disciplinary action and/or access to Company facilities being withdrawn, or criminal prosecution.
Questions and concerns about the interpretation or operation of this policy should be taken up with the Company’s Directors.
Staff, learners or other parties who believe that the Policy has not been followed in respect of their own personal data or that of others should first raise the matter with the Company’s Directors. If the matter is not resolved it may then be raised as a formal complaint or grievance, in accordance with Company complaints procedures.
Access to Information: 1.Staff, learners and other persons about whom the Company holds data are entitled to: 2.Know what information the Company holds and processes about them and why? 3.Know how to gain access to it? 4. Know how to update it? 5. Know how the Company complies with the Act?
The Company will notify staff, learners and other relevant parties of the nature of data that the Company holds and processes about them, and the reasons for which it is processed upon requests.
Anyone wishing to formally exercise their right to access their information must do so in writing to the company’s registered address.
For all applications from customers and staff, the Company reserves the right to charge up to £15.00 for each occasion that formal access is requested, although the designated Data Controller has discretion to waive this charge on a case-by-case basis.
For applications from other parties, the Company may make an additional reasonable charge, as decided by the designated Data Controller, if this is required to cover administrative costs.
The Company aims to comply with requests for access to personal information within 21 working days of the date of receipt of the request by the designated Data Controller. If this timescale cannot be met, justification will be provided to the applicant in advance.
KMT is a Registered ‘Data controller’ with the Information Commissioners Office (XXXXXXX) and as such conforms to all standards of professional practice with matters of handling, protection and use.
KMT confirms its commitment to being an equal opportunity organisation in which all individuals are treated on the basis of their relevant merits and abilities, and are given equal opportunity within the services we provide.
It is the company’s policy as an equal opportunity employer and training provider to treat all people equally, irrespective of race, ethnic origin, gender, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, creed, disability, age or political belief.
KMT aims to be an equal opportunity organisation and as such values diversity. This policy covers all aspects of our business activities including but not limited to employment, teaching, learning, assessment and verification.
To ensure that this policy is operating effectively (and for no other purpose) KMT maintains records of all employees, potential employees and learners’ ethnic origins, gender, age, disabilities and learning difficulties.
Ongoing monitoring and regular analysis of such records provide the basis for appropriate action to eliminate unlawful direct and indirect discrimination and promote equal opportunity.
We at KMT recognise that the health and safety of our employees, learners and others affected by our business activities is at the forefront of the organisations’ priorities.
KMT pledged to:
• to provide adequate control of the health and safety risks arising from our business activities
• consult with our employees on matters affecting their health and safety and the health and safety of our customers
• provide and maintain safe plant and professional equipment
• ensure the safe handling and use of any substances in the workplace
• provide information, instruction and supervision for employees, contractors and learners
• ensure all employees are competent to do the tasks they are employed to do, and to give them adequate training to do so
• prevent accidents and cases of work-related ill health
• maintain safe and healthy working conditions
• review and revise this policy as necessary at regular intervals
Because many of our business activities are conducted ‘off-site’ and in premises that we do not have direct control over (health clubs and leisure centres), we also pledge to inform and advise the operators of these facilities when we consider there to be an increased risk to the health and safety of our staff, learners or others users or staff of these facilities.
KMT defines malpractice as “any attempt by a student to obtain an unfair advantage during an assessment”. Furthermore this definition extends to the conduct of staff when “a member of staff provides a student with an unfair advantage within an assessment”.
This policy is regarded by KMT as one of its most important and serious of matters because malpractice on any level, can compromise the professional credibility of the company and the qualifications/awarding body.
Because incidents of malpractice have the potential to place at risk the company’s centre approval status and reputation with awarding bodies, incidents of malpractice will not be tolerated in any capacity.
Examples of Malpractice include:
• Cheating in exams
• Plagiarism
• Collusion in coursework
• Fabrication and falsification
• Impersonation
What We Will do to Prevent Malpractice
All learners will be verbally informed of the assessment requirements including any conditions or restrictions of the assessment before the assessment commences.
In the case of theory assessments or invigilated worksheets, each learner shall be provided with a copy of the ‘candidate guidelines’ from the awarding body, which clearly sets the boundaries for acceptable and unacceptable conduct.
All learners must sign and date authenticity statements/declarations on all written evidence submitted to confirm that it is entirely their own work.
In cases where learners are proven to have engaged in instances of malpractice, their assessment will be discarded and any outcome or achievement revoked.
The company reserves the right to refuse to provide any additional training or service to learners who are found to be guilty of malpractice.
(1) No Advice
This website contains general information about health and fitness-related matters, and may from time to time provide information on medical conditions and treatments. The information is not advice, and should not be treated as such.
(2) No Warranties
The medical information on this website is provided without any representations or warranties, express or implied. We make no representations or warranties in relation to the medical information on this website.
Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing paragraph, we do not warrant that:
(a) the medical information on this website will be constantly available, or available at all; or
(b) the medical information on this website is complete, true, accurate, up-to-date, or non-misleading.
(3) Professional Assistance
You must not rely on the information on this website as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. If you have any specific questions about any medical matter you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. If you think you may be suffering from any medical condition you should seek immediate medical attention. You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of information on this website.
(4) Limiting our Liability
Nothing in this medical disclaimer will:
(a) limit or exclude our liability for death or personal injury resulting from negligence;
(b) limit or exclude our liability for fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation;
(c) limit any of our liabilities in any way that is not permitted under applicable law; or
(d) exclude any of our liabilities that may not be excluded under applicable law.
We are committed to good practice that protects children and vulnerable adults from harm and abuse. This policy therefore exists to ensure that all KMT staff accept and recognise their responsibility to provide a learning environment which promotes the safety of the learner at all times, especially those who may be considered ‘at risk’.
KMT pledges to:
• embed awareness of the issues, which may lead to learners being harmed into our daily working practices.
• create an open environment by identifying a ‘designated person’ to whom learners can turn to if they need to talk.
• adopt learner-centered and democratic teaching styles.
• ensure careful recruitment, selection and management procedures. These procedures will include regular support & supervision is provided to all staff.
• provide all learners with a free and open access to the company complaints, grievance and disciplinary procedures.
• share information about concerns regarding learners with others who need to know.
• ensure good and safe working practices at all times.
• be involved in training made available through the various agencies and strengthen our links with these agencies.
• keep safeguarding policies under regular review and in-line with standards of best practice
We recognise that the needs and commitments of our customers have to potential to change after they enrol on their chosen training programme and as such we will need to be flexible in the way we continue to offer our services. This policy therefore exists to provide our customers and potential customers with clear guidance on how and when course transfers and deferrals of attendance will be accepted, including any additional fees that may be applied.
This policy provides an overview of the terms related to course transfers. For a more detailed account of our position on transfers, please refer to Clause 7 of our Terms of Business.
KMT is committed to ensuring that all advertised courses run as scheduled and that we are able to continue to provide the high-standard of training that has become synonymous with the KMT brand. At the heart of our mission statement is ‘affordability’, and we are dedicated to ensuring that we can continue to keep our course prices competitive. In order to achieve this objective however, it is essential that we can plan in advance, and ensure that all reserved places for students on our courses are used as originally planned.
In the event that a student defers their course attendance from one course to another, especially when there is little notice, the cost of delivering the course to that student is doubled because that student would then occupy two course spaces while only be paying for one. The transfer fees below therefore exist to contribute to this shortfall.
This transfer policy does not affect your statutory rights.
Making a Transfer
If you wish to transfer you course attendance from one course instance to another, you must do so using the application form at the bottom of this page. Verbal applications to transfer will not be accepted.
Where a notice period of 6-weeks or more is provided before the first scheduled course attendance date, there will be no fee for the first course transfer.
Where the notice period is less than 6-weeks before the first scheduled course attendance date, a fee of £100.00 will be due.
Where the notice period is less than 2-weeks before the first scheduled course attendance date, a fee of £250.00 will be due.
In cases where a customer fails to attend a course and subsequently wishes to transfer to a later course attendance date, a discretionary fee of £250.00 will be due. In accordance with Clause 7.9 of our Terms of Business, we reserve the right not to authorise course transfers after the course dates have passed.
All course transfer fees must be paid at the time the application is submitted. In cases where the application form is submitted and payment is not made, the transfer will not be authorised.
All outstanding balances for training courses must be settled in accordance with the date outlined on the original invoice (14 days before the original course dates). A deferral of attendance does not imply that the due date of the invoice/course fees is also deferred.
If the cost of the course being transferred to is less than the original course fees, no refunds will be issued.
A maximum of 2 course transfers (per course) can be made by any customer, after which we reserve the right to refuse additional transfers
The primary purpose of KMT’s quality assurance policy and its related procedures is the enhancement of the learner’s experience in an effort to maximise their potential for achievement.
Quality Assurance Defined
Quality Assurance comprises all the policies, systems and processes directed to ensuring the enhancement of the quality and standards of the training provision.
Quality Control relates to the arrangements and measures (procedures, organisation etc.) which verify that teaching, learning and assessment are being carried out in an appropriate manner.
A Quality Audit is the process of ensuring that the quality assurance and control arrangements are satisfactory and operating effectively, and in the best interests of both learners and staff.
Quality Enhancement is the process of continuous improvement- KMT is implicitly committed to this process.
KMT’s Quality Assurance Framework:
• sets objectives rather than dictating detailed procedures and structures for staff and students to operate in
• promotes consistency rather than standardisation across throughout all areas of the company
• is underpinned by the concepts of equality and fairness
KMT will rigorously and continuously monitor the effectiveness of its quality assurance policy and related procedures to ensure that they are operating in accordance with good practice, in the best interests of learners and in accordance with the standards set by our awarding bodies.
KMT will also work constructively with all external agencies (where necessary) to ensure the standard of our business activities evolves with the needs of the customers, partners and auditors at the forefront of our priorities.

If you want your organisation to succeed in today’s highly competitive fitness profession you will need confidence in the skills and abilities of your workforce. Companies that invest in their staff reap a wealth of benefits including increased productivity, leadership, reduced absenteeism and greater sales and retention.
Here at KMT we have a strong track record at delivering high-quality and high-value training services that make a tangible impact on our customers businesses.
When you place a group booking with KMT we are committed to ensuring that the booking best suits your organisation’s needs and the needs of your staff. If the course is delivered in your workplace, we can adapt the course structure to better suit the needs of your team.
We approach all corporate bookings on an individual basis and so you can rest assured that you will get a bespoke training package, and one that really does align with your business priorities and objectives.
KMT has a wide range of nationally recognised fitness industry qualifications that are designed to equip health and fitness professionals alike with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed.
Our bespoke training solutions include:
• a free consultation from an KMT careers advisor
• flexible delivery methods tailored to suit your organisation’s needs
• discounted prices calculated on the number of course places required
• in-house delivery to ensure minimum disruption to your staffing levels
To find out how KMT can help you maximise the productivity and skills of your workforce contact us today.
If you have already consulted with our careers advisors and wish to make a booking, please do so with using the booking form below:
Corporate Booking Application Form

Document Title Privacy Policy
Department/Activity All / Collecting, Storing and Using Personal Information
Document Owner Chief Executive
Document Reference Kimotion Health and Fitness Ltd Version 1.00 Date 12/02/2013
This document is un-controlled if printed. Please check with the Kimotion website for the latest version
Kimotion Health and Fitness Ltd and Subsidiaries
Privacy Policy
This privacy policy sets out how Kimotion Health and Fitness Ltd and subsidiaries use and protect any information that you provide when you use this or other websites belonging to Kimotion Health and Fitness Ltd and subsidiaries.
Kimotion Health and Fitness Ltd and subsidiaries are committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this website and or completing an on-line application for Kimotion Health and Fitness Ltd goods or services then you can be assured that it will only be used in accordance with this Privacy Policy and our legal obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998. Data Protection Act 1998 applies to firms holding information about living individuals in electronic format and, in some cases, on paper. They must follow the eight data protection principles of good information handling. These say that personal information must be:
fairly and lawfully processed;
processed for specified purposes;
adequate, relevant and not excessive;
accurate and, where necessary, kept up to date;
not kept for longer than is necessary;
processed in line with the rights of the individual;
kept secure; and
not transferred to countries outside the European Economic Area unless the information is adequately protected.
What we collect
We may collect the following information:
name and job title
contact information including email address
demographic information such as postcode, preferences and interests
other information relevant to customer surveys and/or offers
What we do with the information we gather
We require this information to understand your needs and provide you with a better service, and in particular for the following reasons:
Internal record keeping.
We may use the information to improve our products and services.
We may periodically send promotional emails about new products, special offers or other information which we think you may find interesting using the email address which you have provided.
From time to time, we may also use your information to contact you for market research
purposes. We may contact you by email, phone, fax or mail. We may use the information to customise the website according to your interests.
Security
We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.

Document Title Privacy Policy
Department/Activity All / Collecting, Storing and Using Personal Information
Document Owner Deputy Chief Executive
Document Reference KIMOTION-PRIV-Pol Version 1.00 Date 12/02/2013
This document is un-controlled if printed. Please check with the Kimotion website for the latest version

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You may request details of personal information which we hold about you under the Data Protection Act 1998. If you would like a copy of the information held on you please write to us at KiMotion Traiing Ltd, Upper Deck, Admiral’s Quarters, Portsmouth Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey, KT7 0XA or emailing your usual contact or info@kimotiontraining.com