Terms & Conditions
Please read the following terms and conditions carefully prior to purchasing the Peer Education Project (PEP) Annual License.
- Purchase of a PEP Lifetime Digital Access License acts as an agreement between the Mental Health Foundation (MHF) and your school. All data will be confidentially stored in accordance with the GDPR and Data Protection guidelines.
- The cost of the PEP Lifetime Digital Access License is £100 +VAT per school.
- The PEP Lifetime Digital Access License enables access to the online Project platform indefinitely or until the Project funding ceases, from the date of payment. This includes access to the online project materials, PEP staff training videos, and opportunities for pupils and staff to get involved.
- Once payment is received, one account per school will be registered on the Peer Education Online Platform.
- Once an account is registered, we are unable to issue refunds except in exceptional circumstances.
- All PEP materials (whether printed or hosted online) are the Intellectual Property of the Mental Health Foundation. This includes all core project materials, additional PEP-branded resources and training resources (including slides).
- The PEP Lifetime Digital Access License does not include printed materials.
- Printed PEP materials (Peer Educator Handbook and Peer Learner Workbook) can be purchased separately. The Project has been designed to run with printed materials, but each lesson provides non-workbook delivery options.
- Any proposed changes to the materials should be reviewed by the project manager.
- At least one school staff member must complete the Staff Training Videos held on the online platform prior to implementing the PEP in their school.
- If staff implementing the programme have taken part in previous years, there is no requirement for them to complete the training again before implementing PEP. However, they may do so if they wish.
- Schools taking part in the programme for the first time should not order materials before attending training.
- Safeguarding pupils during the implementation of the project remains the responsibility of the school.