We require 100% attendance to graduate and receive a certificate of completion from our program. Class attendance will be taken throughout the training.
Our program expects students to be on time for class, after breaks, and after lunch. Please let our faculty know if you will be late.
In the case of any emergency absences, please notify the program director immediately. If a student has planned absences that conflict with attendance in the program, please contact the program director to discuss options. We do not accept unapproved absences and they may result in dismissal from the program. In this case, graduation will be at the sole discretion of the program director.
Each student is responsible for scheduling make-up time with the program director. Students must pay an additional cost for private make-up sessions with a teacher.
Each student is expected to be at each session 5 minutes before the start time in order to set up and so that the training may start on time. If the student is late more than 3 times, this will result in a deduction of 1 hour from their total contact hours.
Students recognize that, if they miss training hours that they have not made up, they will not graduate from the program.
A leave of absence from the program will be granted due to medical disability or other extraordinary circumstances at the discretion of the program director. In this case our refund policy will apply to unused tuition and the student must reapply for the next available session and pay the difference, if any, of any remaining tuition and/or any related administrative fees. If tuition is increased for the next available session, the student must pay the higher rate.
Termination from Program Due To Bad Conduct
No refunds will be given if the program removes a student from the program for bad conduct. Bad conduct is violation of the Code of Conduct, gossip, harassment, bullying, or any other behavior that is inappropriate or disruptive to the welfare of the program or to fellow students.