AIRS Training, Terms of Consent


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Terms of Use:

ADP, Inc. (ADP) requires full payment 30 days from date of invoice.

AIRS Training Cancellation and Reschedule Policy: All training reservations are non-refundable.

You represent that personal information transferred by you or at your direction to ADP has been collected in accordance with applicable privacy laws, and ADP agrees that it should only process the personal information as needed to perform the Services, or as required or permitted by law.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, our liability to you for damages under any circumstances for claims of any type or character arising from or related to the AIRS training class or ADP Outplacements, as applicable, will be limited in the aggregate to the fees paid by you to us for the AIRS training class or ADP Outplacements, as applicable. NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING TO THE CONTRARY, IN NO EVENT WILL WE BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER SIMILAR DAMAGES IN CONNECTION WITH THE SERVICES, EVEN IF WE HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. The AIRS training class and ADP Outplacements do not include any legal or regulatory advice and you will rely solely upon your own advisors with respect to any such advice.

ADP reserves the right to refuse to provide AIRS training class or ADP Outplacements, as applicable, for any legally permissible reason, including but not limited to refusing to provide AIRS training class or ADP Outplacements, as applicable, to any person(s)s or entity(ies) who themselves provide training to others which is in any way competitive, in ADP’s sole discretion, with the AIRS training offered by ADP.

AIRS Training is not available for signatory individuals or companies based in China. 

Product: AIRS Training class, Hiring Manager Academy and Recruiter Academy. ADP agrees to provide AIRS training course(s) as part of the AIRS Training purchase. Participants in an AIRS training course will be considered AIRS alumni and will receive all the alumni benefits customarily provided to all AIRS alumni. Alumni benefits may include, but are not guaranteed to include or limited to, access to alumni-only resources and tools on the AIRS web site and customer support.

Requests for rescheduling your selected training will be accepted up to 5 business days prior to the event. Unfortunately, we cannot accept rescheduling requests after that time. If you need to reschedule, please contact customer service at

Recording of training is prohibited.

Product: ADP Outplacement: ADP agrees to provide the ADP Outplacement purchased hereby. ADP Outplacement benefits may include, but are not guaranteed to include, access to jobseeker training courses and job search aides in the ADP Outplacement portal, two hours of resume coaching per jobseeker by an AIRS Trainer and customer support. ADP Outplacement is designed to assist individuals with updating and enhancing their job searching skills; ADP makes no assurances or promises of actual job placement of any individual.

Recording of training is prohibited.

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I understand that by checking the box I am electronically signing and agreeing to the terms set forth above and purchasing the applicable Product.

I understand that pursuant to the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (E-Sign Act), and other applicable laws, my electronic signature will have the same force and effect as if I had physically signed these documents.

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Data Privacy Appendix
To AIRS Training Agreement
Capitalized terms throughout this Data Privacy Appendix that are not defined in the Agreement are defined in the ADP Privacy Glossary at

1.  Client Obligations. Client shall only provide ADP with Client Personal Data that: (a) is required to perform the Services; (b) has been collected in accordance with Applicable Laws; and (c) the Client has authority to provide under Applicable Law.
2.  ADP Obligations. ADP, as a Data Processor (or equivalent term under Applicable Law), will comply with Applicable Law for Processing Client Personal Data pursuant to the Agreement. ADP will not: (a) “sell” or “share” Client Personal Data; (b)  retain, use, disclose or otherwise Process Client Personal Data outside of its direct business relationship with Client or for any commercial or other purpose other than the business purposes specified in the Agreement between Client and ADP, except as permitted by Applicable Laws; or (c) combine Client Personal Data with personal data that ADP receives from, or on behalf of, other persons, or collects from its own interaction with a consumer, except as permitted under Applicable Law.  ADP shall have the right to Process Client Personal Data in order to comply with its legal obligations (e.g., compliance with sanction laws) or in order to prevent, detect or investigate fraud.
ADP employees and contingent workers are authorized to Process Client Personal Data to the extent necessary to provide Services and as permitted under the Agreement and by Applicable Law. 
3.  De-identification and Aggregation.  In addition to any rights granted to ADP in the Agreement to use aggregated and anonymized data, ADP will not attempt to, and will not, re-identify any Client Personal Data.
4.  Transfers to Subprocessors.  ADP may transfer Client Personal Data to ADP Subprocessors and Third Party Subprocessors located outside of the country in which Client Personal Data was collected.  Third Party Subprocessors are bound by written contracts with ADP that impose data protection terms that are not less protective than those imposed by this Data Privacy Appendix.  An up-to-date list of ADP Subprocessors and Third Party Subprocessors, including locations, is accessible at Such list may be updated from time to time.
5.   Compliance Obligations. ADP will notify Client if ADP makes a determination that it can no longer meet its Processing obligations under Applicable Laws. 
Client may, upon providing written notice to ADP, take reasonable steps to stop and remediate unauthorized Processing of Client Personal Data.
6.   Client Instructions. When receiving a Client instruction regarding the Processing of Personal Data, ADP will notify Client if ADP considers such instruction violates Applicable Law; however, ADP is not obliged to and will not perform a legal examination with respect to a Client instruction. 
7.   Assistance.  ADP will assist Client with its data privacy obligations where required under Applicable Law, including assisting Client in responding to and addressing Client Employee individual rights requests and complaints and providing Client with relevant information for conducting data protection impact or risk assessments. ADP reserves the right to charge for such assistance rendered.  If ADP receives an individual rights request or complaint directly from a Client Employee, ADP shall promptly forward the Client Employee request to Client.
8.   Client Audit.  ADP will answer questions asked by Client regarding the Processing of Client Personal Data by ADP. In the event Client reasonably considers that the answers provided by ADP justify further analysis, ADP will, in agreement with Client, either:
(a)   provide security materials known as ADP’s trust package (which includes security policy and standards overview, password summary, resiliency program summary, disaster recovery program overview, data center and hosting service summary and a third party risk management executive summary), that details ADP’s business processes and procedures for the Processing of Client Personal Data; or,
(b)   make the facilities it uses to Process Client Personal Data available for an audit by a qualified independent third-party assessor reasonably acceptable to ADP, bound by confidentiality obligations satisfactory to ADP and engaged by Client. The Client will provide a copy of the audit report to ADP’s Global Chief Privacy Officer which will be ADP Confidential Information. Audits shall be conducted no more than once per year during the term of the Agreement during regular business hours and will be subject to (i) a written request submitted to ADP at least 45 days in advance of the proposed audit date; (ii) a detailed written audit plan reviewed and approved in advance by ADP’s security organization; and (iii) ADP’s on-site security policies. Such audits will take place only in the presence of a representative of ADP’s global security office, ADP’s global data privacy & governance team, or such person designated by the appropriate ADP representative. The audits shall not be permitted to disrupt ADP’s Processing activities or compromise the security and confidentiality of Personal Data pertaining to other ADP Clients. ADP will charge Client a reasonable fee for such audit.
9.   Scope.  This Part II applies solely with respect to Client Personal Data subject to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of Personal Data and on the free movement of such data (“General Data Protection Regulations” or “GDPR”).  With respect to ADP’s processing of Client Personal Data subject to GDPR, the ADP Privacy Code, located at, governs. ADP has obtained EU authorization of its ADP Privacy Code.
10.   International Transfers. For transfers outside of the EEA, Switzerland and United Kingdom, the ADP Privacy Code serves as the legal basis for the data transfer to an ADP Group Company or between ADP and an ADP Subprocessor, which the Client acknowledges and accepts. ADP shall enter into appropriate contractual agreements, such as standard contractual clauses, or rely upon any other lawful transfer mechanism prior to transferring Client Personal Data to a Third Party Subprocessor or to an ADP company when the ADP Privacy Code does not apply.  
11.   Additional Subprocessor Obligations. Within 30 days of a written  update (including electronic notice) by ADP to Client adding a new Subprocessor, Client may object to such new Subprocessor by providing written notice to ADP alleging objective justifiable grounds that such Subprocessor is unable to protect Client Personal Data. If the parties cannot reach a mutually acceptable solution, ADP shall, at its option, either: (a) not allow the Subprocessor to access Client Personal Data; or (b) allow Client to terminate the relevant Services in accordance with the terms of the Agreement. 
12.   ADP Privacy Code EU Authorization.  ADP will make commercially reasonable efforts to maintain the EU authorization of its ADP Privacy Code for the duration of the Agreement and will promptly notify Client of any subsequent material changes in the EU authorization of its ADP Privacy Code. 
PART III - Miscellaneous
13.   Order of Precedence.  In the event of a conflict between the Agreement, this Data Privacy Appendix, the ADP Privacy Code and Applicable Law, then the conflict will be resolved by giving effect to such in the following order of precedence: (a) Applicable Law; (b) the ADP Privacy Code; (c) this Data Privacy Appendix; and (d) the Agreement. 
14.   Scope. This Data Privacy Appendix provides no additional rights to a Client Employee that are not already provided under the Applicable Law to which the Client Employee is subject.