Service conditions


The Thomas Beer and Tobias Halfpap GbR, hereinafter referred to as GMP-KURS, provides the services according to the type and scope according to the event descriptions in the respectively valid event program. GMP-KURS reserves the right to change lecturers and / or changes in the program in exceptional cases.


The registration must be in writing, i.e. by e-mail, fax or post or online at to GMP-KURS. Registrations are considered in the order in which they are received and confirmed in writing. Oral side agreements must also be made in writing. Individual parts of the events cannot be booked unless expressly stated in the event program.


If an event is canceled due to illness of the speaker, force majeure or other circumstances for which GMP-KURS is not responsible, there is no entitlement to the event. In the event of cancellation by GMP-KURS, there is only the obligation to reimburse the participation fees already paid. Expenses will only be reimbursed if GMP-KURS is responsible for the disruption. Failure to choose the venue will not be accepted. GMP-KURS is not liable for the content of the seminar as it is actually carried out. This is in the conduct of the seminar leader. Failure to comply with the GMP COURSE can only be due to an incorrect selection of the lecturer.


Cancellations must be made in text form. If you cancel up to 14 days before the start of the event, a processing fee of 10% of the participation fee will be charged, and up to 7 days before the start of the event of 50% of the participation fee. After this period, the full participation fee according to the invoice must be paid. The postmark is decisive. In this case, we will send the event documents on request. It is possible to name a substitute participant. There are no cancellation costs. If the substitute participant does not meet the same discount requirements as the registered participant (e.g. student), the difference will be invoiced or credited. The rules on deregistering from the event are applied accordingly in the event that a registered participant does not attend the event without prior notice. You are not entitled to offset, reduce or assert a right of retention unless your claims have been legally established or are undisputed.


Detailed event documents will be given to each participant at the event location. The rights to the event documents - manuscripts, exercises and case studies - belong exclusively to GMP-KURS. Any duplication, digitization, publication, distribution or making available for download or any other use outside of the event requires the prior, express and written consent of GMP-KURS.


The event fees include all event documents. If membership in professional associations, interest groups, etc. gives the opportunity to receive a discount, proof of membership must be provided by uploading the membership card or the membership certificate in the registration process. Alternatively, the documents can also be stored in the profile or sent by email to kontakt (a) A granting of discounts through memberships after invoicing is fundamentally excluded. Any special offers, discounts as a result of association memberships or similar are only valid for self-payers.


The participation fees are due without any deduction after the invoice has been issued. Please transfer the participation fee only after receipt of the invoice. For a change in the invoice after the invoice has been issued, we charge a processing fee of EUR 10.00.


For every seminar that ends with a final exam, the participant receives a certificate of attendance and a certificate. For every meeting or conference, the participant will only receive a certificate of attendance upon request.


The legal relationship between the contracting parties arising from or in connection with the law of the Federal Republic of Germany under the exclusion of the UN sales law. The place of jurisdiction for legal disputes arising from or in connection with the contract is Halle (Saale). Should a provision of the contract be or become ineffective or unenforceable in whole or in part, the rest of the contract remains unaffected. The ineffective or unenforceable provision will be replaced with retroactive effect which the parties would have agreed from an economic point of view if they had been aware of the ineffectiveness or unenforceability of the provision when the contract was concluded. The same applies to a loophole in the contract.