"If I have no Honour or Integrity - Then I have nothing." David Ellis

  1. Terms and Conditions

Terms and conditions of enrolment, learning with us, exams and course duration and use of our website www.AtlantisInstitute.org

David Ellis is the course author and operator of The Atlantis Institute and this website. Please read our terms carefully. 

David Ellis may revise and update these terms and conditions at any time, so please visit this page periodically to review the text, as it is binding on you. "You" and "User" are used throughout the text concerning all individuals and/or entities accessing this website for any purpose or reason.


2.1. Enrolment

When you enrol with us, you must follow and abide by the rules outlined below. You agree to purchase the specified Course with the full intention of completing the Course within the timeframe allowed.

On enrolment, you are provided with your login and password details to access the first module of your Course.  

2.1a. Communication

Communication is key to the success of any relationship. Good manners alone would suggest that when an email is sent to you as a student, you would reply to that email, using the appropriate salutation and grammar. Therefore, during our time together, should I email you, have the professional ethic to respond.

2.2. Learning with us

As a student of the Atlantis Institute, you will be provided with a space within our website where you can download your Course material. All Course material is in PDF format and you accept this media of the material.

From time to time, Videos, Audios and Articles may be uploaded to your study space at the discretion of the Course Director.

2.3. Exams

After one month of receipt of your Course material, you can request your Exam paper, sometimes, the Course Director will post your Exam paper to your study space without request. You must complete the module Exam before moving on to the next module. This ensures you are ready for the next part of the Course.

Plagiarism - "The practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own". This dishonest, dishonourable and disrespectful practice will NOT be tolerated. All exam papers are run through a plagiarism detection program and if plagiarism is detected, the institute will expel the student without redress, refund or discussion.

You are encouraged to expand on your knowledge by researching the subject matter to enhance your knowledge. However, the exam paper is designed to test your knowledge of the module being examined. it is imperative to read and fully understand the module before expanding your knowledge on the subject matter. Please read the module and learn.

You can not copy another author's work and paste it unedited, unchanged, directly into your exam paper as your answer, whether you cite the author or not. The exam is designed to test your knowledge of the module in question.

Where you research and use that research in your paper, the literature should be cited within the text of your paper and in the literature cited section at the end. You should NOT cite a paper by including the article's title within your paper's text. You can cite within the text using the citation-sequence or citation-name systems.

AI Chatbots - The use of AI Chatbots is forbidden. The purpose of an exam is to establish the learning outcome. Using artificial intelligence to answer the questions is not only counterproductive to your learning but also dishonest and dishonourable, as the work is not yours. It is not Plagiarism, but it Is a form of cheating. if AI is detected, the institute will expel the student without redress, refund or discussion.

2.4. Course Duration

Where it states that the Course will take 1 / 4 / 8 or 12 months, you must apply yourself to complete each module within six weeks of receipt. For example, if you enrol for a Course on the 1st of January 2022. In that case, your module exam will be due on or about the 14th of February 2022. On receipt of your exam, time must be allowed for the tutor to read and score the paper, and thereafter, the next module can be released.

If the course aims to be completed in 8 months, then you have that period of time to complete the Course. However, we will always allow two weeks per month grace on each Course. Therefore, when the time frame is 1 month, the extended time is a total of 6 weeks. When the time frame is 4 months, the extended total time frame is 6 months. When the time frame is 8 months, the extended total time frame is 12 months. When the time frame is 12 months, the extended total time frame is 18 months., The Atlantis Institute will always allow an additional time when requested.

Should you have personal problems and require a longer period, you can apply to the course director at info@atlantisinstitute.org explain your situation and request an extension.

If you do not make contact and extend the course duration (for example, you sign up to the course and don’t do anything with it for four months or you are mid-way through the course and become busy and leave it for four months). The Atlantis Institute will no longer be able to allow you to complete the course, and no refund shall be offered or given.

It is the student's responsibility to ensure that they can complete the course within the timeframe allowed.


3. Use of Content and Proprietary Rights 

By using this website, you acknowledge and agree that all content and material available on it, such as text, logos, graphics, images, and software, are protected under Irish and international copyright, trademark and other laws. All content and material are the property of the site owner, its content suppliers, or clients. The site owner reserves the exclusive right to the compilation of the content of this website (meaning its collection, arrangement and display). Irish and international copyright laws protect this right. By using this Website, you agree not to capture, sell, license, distribute, publish, modify, adapt, edit, copy, reproduce, or reuse the content of this website in any other way for any public or commercial purpose. You are prohibited from copying or adapting the HTML code the site owner creates and uses to generate its web pages. This code is also protected by copyright. You are expressly prohibited from violating the security of this website (for example, by way of, but not limited to, using any device, software or procedure that interferes or attempts to interfere with the proper functioning of this website; using any device or tool to navigate this website other than that provided by the site owner; attempting to decipher, decompile, disassemble or reverse engineer any of the software making up a part of the website; spreading or attempting to spread viruses, Trojans, worms, or any other devices that are designed or intended to disrupt, damage or interfere with any information, software, hardware or communication systems).

3.1. Conduct of Use 

You are allowed to access the content of this website for your personal, non-commercial use, provided you do so without violation of copyright and other proprietary rights and provided you do not use this website for any purpose that is unlawful or prohibited by these terms and conditions. You accept not to use this website in any way that is unlawful, abusive, threatening, harassing, obscene, libellous, hateful, or in any other way violating these terms and conditions. While using this website, you accept not to post any inaccurate or false information about yourself or any information that is not a part of your own CV, or any unsolicited advertisements or business proposals, or chain letters and junk mail. As a user of this website and its service, you are responsible for your own communications and for the consequences of your posting.

3.2. Liability of the site owner.

The content of this website, including its Courses, may include inaccuracies or typographical errors. You use this website and its content at your own risk. Changes are periodically made to this Website and its content and may be made at any time. The site owner has no obligation to monitor your use of this website or to retain the content of your session. 

3.3. Disclaimer of Warranties and Consequential Damages 

The site owner does not represent or warrant that this website will operate uninterrupted or error-free or that the website or the server that makes it available is free of computer viruses or other harmful devices. All content of this website is provided "as is" without any warranties of any kind, including the warranty of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement. The site owner does not represent or warrant that this website, its content, its use or its results of use be correct, accurate, timely, or otherwise reliable. The site owner will not be responsible or liable for using this website that is illegal or violates these terms and conditions. Under no circumstances should the site owner be liable for any direct, indirect, or consequential damages resulting from your use or inability to use this website.

This website contains links to third-party websites. Atlantis Institute provides these links only as a convenience to you and not as an endorsement of the contents of these third-party websites, for which Atlantis Institute holds no responsibility. You access linked third-party websites at your own risk.

4. Contact Information 

Please see our contact page for further information.

These Terms and Conditions were last modified on April 28th 2024