Below you’ll find a disclaimer that you can add to:

  • your website or course listing page; and
  • if you wish, your course materials, such as your videos and downloads.

It’s important to place your disclaimer where people will be able to see it. If people cannot see the disclaimer, you run the risk of it being ineffective. If you think about it, that makes sense. If people cannot find your disclaimer, they won’t know that you are disclaiming responsibility for something. They won’t know you’re saying that a particular kind of relationship does not arise.

For this reason, it’s common for people to put a disclaimer link in their site footer, that links to the text of the disclaimer, and to include the disclaimer in their terms of use, in a manner that makes it stand out. You can also add it to your course videos (in an early opening screen for example) and in your course downloads (for example, in a document footer). That will improve the likelihood that your customers will see it. Now, here’s your disclaimer. 🙂 When you use it, include the ‘Disclaimer’ title.


The course materials for and other information you may access through or in connection with the or on this site (together, Materials) are provided to you for general informational purposes only. We are not providing you with professional advice of any kind. Reasonable efforts are made to ensure the Materials are accurate, but we do not guarantee, represent or warrant the accuracy, completeness or currency of any information provided, or that you will obtain any particular results. Results may vary.

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