Modern and Traditional Upholstery One Day Course (Deposit)
This course is now full. Please email TheCass.ShortCourses@londonmet.ac.uk to be added to the waiting list.
Modern and Traditional Upholstery courses - One Day (Friday)
Thank you for your interest in booking onto one of our Modern and Traditional Upholstery Courses.
1 day course - £1,500
1st instalment paid during October - £375
3rd instalment paid during December - £375
Students are required to have student cards in order to access the building and use our extensive library. Please email a high resolution passport sized photograph to
TheCass.ShortCourses@londonmet.ac.uk at least 3 weeks before the start of the course.
Please include your name, date of birth and course title when emailing photographs.
If you are unable to email a photo, please send a passport photo with your name, course title and date of birth clearly written on the reverse and send it to The Cass Short Courses, 41 Commercial Road, London, E1 1LA.
You student card will be given to you at the beginning of the course. Please take care of your student card as the university will only issues one free card per student. There is a charge of £12 to replace lost cards.
Terms and Conditions
Deposits are returnable up until Friday 24th August 2012 but not after this time. If you would like to withdraw from the course and have your payment refunded, please email us before Friday 24th August 2012.
Once the course has started, course fees are non-refundable and you are required to pay the complete fees for the 30 weeks. By booking onto one of our courses, you are agreeing to our Terms and Conditions. These can be found by following this link.
As all returning students are aware, and new students have been informed, storage space is a limited therefore this year we will be introducing a one storage space to one student system. When you are deciding what project you wish to undertake, please consider the size of your object in relation to the storage available. As a guide no piece of furniture should be greater than 90cm (36”) in width and 90cm (36”) in depth; height is not normally a problem unless a chair is usually high.
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Booking enquires to TheCass.ShortCourses@londonmet.ac.uk