All payments must be made before you start camp
If you are paying towards the cost of your place, you must make a full payment at least 7 days before you attend. Otherwise, you will not be able to attend Campaign Bootcamp.
You must complete all four evaluation surveys that we send to you
We’re trying to build the best campaign training programme in the UK. A key way we do that is to rigorously evaluating our work. By accepting your place on Campaign Bootcamp you agree to help us do that by committing to fill in all four evaluations. These will be sent to you before the residential starts, within a month of the residential ending, 6 months after the residential ending and 12 months after the residential ending.
You must attend the full six days of the residential
- If you are offered a place on Campaign Bootcamp, you will receive an offer email with a link to an offer acceptance form.
- By submitting the offer acceptance form that is included in your offer email, you are committing to attend the full six-day residential in person unless there are serious unavoidable extenuating circumstances, such as serious illness. If you do leave the six- day residential before the end, your scholarship may be withdrawn and you may be asked to cover the costs of your place, which may total up to £3,600.
Scholarships are offered subject to funder approval
- We are proud to offer a variety of scholarships. These are designed to keep Campaign Bootcamp accessible. All scholarships are offered subject to funder approval and in line with the agreed terms of funding contracts.
Travel must be booked in advance
If you request a travel bursary, you must book your travel to Bootcamp at least two weeks in advance of Bootcamp starting and forward your booking confirmation to Bootcamp staff. Please note that travel bursaries are primarily for those who are unable to contribute any amount toward the costs of Bootcamp.
You must help build an inclusive space
We ask all participants to be respectful of each other, in order to create a learning space which helps everyone thrive. We therefore reserve the right to ask you to leave the six-day residential at any point if we deem your behaviour to be unacceptable and/or to the detriment of the learning of the group.
Bootcamp is a space that seeks to challenge sexism, classism, racism, colourism, xenophobia, islamophobia, disablism, homophobia and queerphobia, and transphobia.
To comply with UK law and safeguarding rules, use and/or possession of illicit substances and any other illegal activity are not allowed during the Campaign Bootcamp residential. Engaging in such activities could result in you being given a warning or being asked to leave the training.