Terms & Conditions

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum (LCMM)

LCMM makes every effort to ensure a safe, positive, and enriching experience for all participants. We focus on safety and accident prevention, and we are trained and certified in CPR/First Aid to promptly respond in the unlikely event that an incident occurs.

Consent to Administer Non-Emergency First Aid

You understand and acknowledge that occasionally a condition may develop which necessitates the administration of non-emergency First Aid. Therefore, in the event of non-emergency injury or illness, which necessitates the administration of non-emergency First Aid, you hereby authorize LCMM and its staff to administer any necessary non-emergency First Aid. Non-emergency First Aid treatment may include, but is not limited to cleaning, applying anti-biotic ointment to, and bandaging cuts or abrasions; removal of ticks and splinters; and applying an ice pack to bites, stings, or an injury. The following substances may be used in the administration of non-emergency First Aid: water, ice pack, ACE bandage, antibacterial soap, alcohol swabs, anti-biotic ointment, and Band-Aids. No other medication will be administered unless authorized and directed by the course participant.

You understand that if you do not consent to the administration of non-emergency First Aid or to the administration of any of the substances listed above, you will give written notification to LCMM no later than seven business days before the course begins.

Consent to Arrange Emergency Treatment

In the unlikely event of a life- or limb-threatening emergency, you give consent to LCMM and its staff to administer emergency First Aid as a first response until more advanced medical care is available. You understand that LCMM and its staff will use their best judgment, act in good faith, and will treat with the intention of not causing further harm.

Consent to Administer Emergency First Aid

You understand and acknowledge that on rare occasions an emergency may develop which necessitates the administration of medical care, dental care, hospitalization, or surgery. Therefore, in event of injury or illness, which necessitates emergency medical or dental care, you hereby authorize LCMM and its staff to arrange any necessary emergency treatment including the administration of anesthetics and surgery. You also understand that the emergency contact you provided us will be contacted at the earliest possible moment in the event of an emergency.

Medical, Dental, Health, and Insurance Responsibilities

You understand and acknowledge that LCMM cannot assume responsibility for determining your medical, dental, or health condition. Therefore, you have consulted with a medical doctor and/or dentist, as you have deemed necessary, with regards to your individual medical or dental issues or needs, and are physically and mentally fit to participate in the LCMM course. You are aware that LCMM cannot and does not assume legal responsibility for payment of the costs of medical, dental or hospital services; rather, you hereby assure LCMM that you assume all risk and responsibility thereof and have the necessary insurance to meet any and all needs for payment of these services during the LCMM course.

Acknowledgement of Risk

You hereby acknowledge that you voluntarily choose to attend LCMM's professional development course. You recognize that each course activity involves risk of injury and agree to accept any and all risks associated with those activities. By voluntarily participating in course activities with the knowledge of the risks involved, you agree to accept any and all inherent risks.

Hold Harmless

In consideration of your participation in LCMM's professional development course and to the fullest extent permitted by law, you agree to hold harmless LCMM, its employees, and its volunteers and assigns from and against all claims arising out of or resulting from your participation in any LCMM professional development course. You voluntarily hold harmless and release LCMM, its trustees, officers, employees, agents and volunteers from any and all claims arising out of or incident to your participation in LCMM's courses, which may be made on behalf of you, your personal representatives and your heirs or assigns.

Cancellation Policy

  • Full Refunds will be made for cancellations 30 days or more prior to the start of the course.
  • A fee of $60 will be incurred for cancellations made less than 30 days prior to the start of the course.
  • The full cost of the course will be charged for cancellations made 5 days or less than the start of the course.

Image Use

By registering for a course with Lake Champlain Maritime Museum you authorize the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum to photograph and/or videotape you for publicity purposes. If you do not want to be photographed, please notify the course registrar or contact.


Lake Champlain Maritime Museum reserves the right to dismiss any student during any session for conduct that is deemed detrimental to the well-being of other students, staff, or to the overall operation of the course.

Weather & Other Changes

Course are held rain or shine! Activities may change without notice due to inclement weather or other unforeseen events.

Personal Belongings

Please understand that the museum cannot be held responsible for the loss, destruction, or theft of any personal items (i.e. clothing, book bags or purses, electronic devices, cellphones, or money) you may bring with you to the course.