Terms & Conditions
Participants in the Enterprise Adventure agree to the Terms and Conditions listed below.
If you are under the age of 18, please show these Terms and Conditions to your parent/guardian.
You can also download the Terms and Conditions in PDF format by clicking the blue button at the bottom of this page.
The programme is open to all young people (up to age 25) in all countries.
Young people under the age of 18 must seek consent from their parent/guardian to register and take part in the programme. If you are under the age of 18, please show these Terms and Conditions to your parent/guardian.
The programme is delivered digitally through an online web-app. Teach A Man To Fish is unable to provide hardware, mobile data or any other financial resources to users to facilitate their participation in the programme.
Use of Information
By registering for the programme, participants agree automatically to receive email updates about the programme from Teach A Man To Fish. Participants can request to be unsubscribed from email updates at any time. Teach A Man To Fish will not share participants’ contact and personal details on a commercial basis with any third parties.
Teach A Man to Fish will keep all participants’ personal information confidential - we only use information like age, gender and disability status to measure our impact and understand in more detail how learning happens through our programmes.
Teach A Man To Fish reserve the right to use photos and information submitted by participants as part of their online and offline publicity, fundraising and awareness-raising communications. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of any photographs, case studies and content of completed Mission entries which may be shared on the Teach A Man To Fish and Enterprise Adventure websites, social media, newsletters, funding proposals and other publications. By accepting these Terms & Conditions and registering for the programme, you confirm that you consent to allow Teach A Man To Fish to use photographs and information submitted by you as part of their online and offline communications in such manner as they see fit.
Child Protection and Code of Conduct
Teach A Man To Fish is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people. The health, safety and wellbeing of Enterprise Adventure participants is of primary concern to Teach A Man To Fish. In relation to enterprise activity Teach A Man To Fish believes that youth wellbeing overrides all other considerations, particularly business profit.
Participants should adhere to their government’s guidance and laws at all times, including health and safety guidelines and restrictions in relation to COVID-19. If necessary, participants should adapt activities to ensure compliance (for example by carrying out market research online or on the telephone instead of in person).
Participants should not carry out any programme-related activities which would put them at risk of exploitation, harm to their health or education, danger (that is not mitigated) or which contravenes local labour law.
Participants must practice safe online behaviour when commenting on News articles in the Enterprise Adventure app and whenever they engage with others online for Enterprise Adventure activities. Participants must not post harassing or hateful messages (including discrimination, hate speech and bullying), scams or spam messages, sexual content, violent content (including graphic violence, threats and obscenities) or sensitive/personal information (including contact details) about themselves or others.
Participants which complete all 10 Missions in the programme will receive a digital certificate. Teach A Man To Fish is unable to provide physical certificates.
Participants who do not complete all 10 Mission will not receive a certificate.
Prize Eligibility and Selection Procedure
A limited number of prizes are available. The list of available prizes will be published on www.enterpriseadventure.org. Prize values may be subject to change due to exchange rate fluctuations and international transfer fees.
To be considered for a prize, participants must submit their completed Missions through the Enterprise Adventure app by 13th December 2020.
Prize winners will be selected by a jury which will assess all eligible entries against a marking criteria.
Prize winners are expected to be announced in January/February 2021.
Teach A Man To Fish retains full responsibility for the composition of the jury which will be solely responsible for the final selection of the prizewinning entries. There will be no correspondence about the jury’s final decision.
The jury reserves the right to award no prize(s) in a given category if entries received are not of a sufficient quality.Teach A Man To Fish has the right to withhold payment to a prize winner if subsequent due diligence checks reveal the winner to be ineligible.
Teach A Man To Fish has the right to withhold payment to a prize winner if subsequent due diligence checks reveal the winner to be ineligible.
The process for disbursal of monetary prizes is expected to begin from May 2021, after successful completion of the aforementioned reference checks, and may not be completed before the end of 2021. Any supporting documentation requested by Teach A Man To Fish must be provided by latest November 2021, after which time prize money will be deemed ‘unclaimed’ and re-allocated.
All educational materials provided by Teach A Man To Fish are protected by copyright and the reproduction, misuse or unauthorised re-distribution of them is illegal. It is not permitted for participants to sell the Enterprise Adventure materials to generate income.
The Teach A Man To Fish and Enterprise Adventure logos cannot be used to demonstrate endorsement by Teach A Man To Fish, or for fundraising purposes, unless previously agreed in writing by a Senior Manager from Teach A Man To Fish.
Participants may withdraw from the Enterprise Adventure at any point in the programme.
Teach A Man To Fish reserves the right to withdraw participants from the programme without having to give reason to do so.
Liability and Conflicts
It is the responsibility of the participant (or their parent/guardian if the participant is under 18) to ensure that they conform to legal requirements in their country, including but not limited to health and safety regulations, taxation and any legal restrictions regarding youth enterprise activity.
It is the responsibility of the participant (or their parent/guardian if the participant is under 18) to ensure they have adequate and appropriate insurance cover in relation to activities they undertake as part of the Enterprise Adventure programme.
Teach A Man To Fish accepts no responsibility or liability for any injury, losses or damage that may occur as a result of participants carrying out activities related to the Enterprise Adventure programme.
Teach A Man To Fish will not be liable for any claims regarding the procedure or selection of the winning entries.
All conflicts will be made available for judgement to the Teach A Man To Fish Board of Trustees.
Teach A Man To Fish reserves the right to amend the Terms & Conditions of the programme subsequent to the start date or to cancel it in its entirety. This prerogative will however only be used under exceptional circumstances and where no practicable alternative is available.