ALLIANCE CAREER CENTRE ADULT EDUCATION RTW SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL NURSING CATALOG MAY 2013 MAY 2014

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1 ALLIANCE CAREER CENTRE ADULT EDUCATION RTW SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL NURSING CATALOG MAY 2013 MAY N. Lincoln Avenue Alliance, Ohio Telephone:

2 Table of Contents Adult Education Mission Statement... 3 School History... 3 Physical Facilities and Equipment... 4 Classroom/Lab Maximum Number of Students... 5 Classes Medical/Health Care Trade Computer Technology Short-Term Classes Enhancement Classes On-Line Training Programs Policies Admission Requirements... 6 Admission Procedures... 6 Attendance Make-Up Work Student Conduct Probation/Termination Complaint Procedures & Form Grading System Satisfactory Progress Graduation Requirements Enrollment Award Agreements... 9 Refund Policy... 7 C.O.S.T. Program On-Line LED Gatlin BCI WorkKeys PearsonVue Microsoft WebXam The Robert T. White School of Practical Nursing

3 Our Mission Statement Alliance Career Centre provides the opportunity for lifelong learners through dynamic, relevant curriculum that encompasses advanced technology, rigorous academics, certifications, licenses and credentialing. We promote the advancement towards a better quality of life through accessibility, a supportive environment, diversity and community and business partnerships. Our Vision We strive to achieve excellence through the development and delivery of diverse, quality programs and services that instill in people a desire for lifelong learning and the advancement of a continuous career. Our Values We believe that an empowering and supportive environment provides the foundation for respect and lifelong learning. These principles lead to the students persistence in completing their educational goal. We value the diverse cultural and learning perspectives that every person brings. We build strong alliances with businesses, educational institutions and the community to enhance opportunities for and to improve the quality of life for our students. We sustain a climate of equality and teamwork. History The Alliance Career Centre (ACC) is located in a 1914 three story brick building that formerly housed an elementary school. The windows and heating system were replaced in Since the building has been updated and passed all local inspections, in 2001 the Ohio Department would not fund the demolition of the building, when other buildings were razed for new construction. ACC has been located in this building since All day full time classes are housed here. All instructors, who teach in this building, have an office here. In the evenings at Alliance High School (AHS) welding, cosmetology and auto technology classes are offered. The high school was built in 1979 with community funds and over the years it has been updated as needed. These two buildings are less than 2 miles apart. Accreditation All of the Alliance Career Centre full time training programs are accredited by the Ohio Department of Education, The North Central Association of Schools and Colleges, The Ohio Board of Regents, The Ohio Board of Nursing, The Ohio Health Department and The Ohio Board of Cosmetology. This means that they have met the standards required by these organizations to provide quality training programs for students. As of Fall 2013, ACC is currently transferring their accreditation from NCA to ACCSC. 3

4 Facilities Alliance Career Centre has two facilities located in Alliance, these include Alliance High School and the North Lincoln Educational Centre which also houses The Robert T. White School of Practical Nursing along with full and part-time training programs. Each training program has classroom and laboratory facilities with up-to-date equipment. Handicapped parking spaces are located at all entrances to the building. All buildings are handicap accessible. 4

5 Classroom/Lab Maximum Number of Students Room Size Sq. Feet Capacity Enrollment Capacity Kindergarten 40x STNA Library (room 30x x Stark State LPN Lab 40x x Medical Coding & Billing 7 30x DHT 8 30x Computer Specialist 21 30x Stark State 22 30x GED 23 24x Stark State 25 35x Stark State 27 30x GED 28 30x GED 31 30x LPN 32 30x LPN 35 35x LPN 37 LPN 30x

6 Alliance High School Room Size Sq. Feet Capacity Enrollment Capacity Auto Mech Lab Auto Mech Classroom Old Weld Shop Lab Old Weld Shop Classroom New Weld Shop Lab New Weld Shop Classroom Cosmetology Lab Cosmetology Classroom Parking Alliance Career Centre students have designated parking areas at all of the facilities. Teachers will inform students of the assigned area in which the students are to park. Please adhere to these parking regulations and only park where and when designated. Non-Discrimination Policy Alliance Career Centre is committed to equal opportunity for all and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ancestry, marital status, creed, gender, disability, age, Vietnam era veteran s status or national origin. Adult training classes are organized and taught to meet the needs of those with physical and/or learning disabilities. Admission Policy To attend any full time (600 hours or more) training program, the student requirements are: Must be a high school graduate or possess a GED certificate Must have registered through the Financial Aid Office Payment of application fee of $45.00 (non-refundable) Complete assessment testing Receipt of acceptance letter from your teacher that acknowledges you are able to enter the program. Attend a new student orientation Provide an official transcript or GED documentation 6

7 Financial Aid If you are in need of Financial Aid, you must: Schedule an appointment with the Financial Aid Office Submit a financial aid application School Code Alliance High SCH-CMTY Services DIV Provide proof of income and household size Interview with the Financial Aid Office Tuition is adjusted yearly All students receiving financial aid must achieve satisfactory progress, (90% attendance and 70 % academic averages). The following types of financial aid are available through the Financial Aid Office to help you finance your adult vocational training. Sources of aid are available to those who qualify. Pell Grants The Federal Pell Grant provides an eligible student with a yearly allowance toward the cost of tuition, books, and expenses related to the training program. Proof of household income (taxable and nontaxable) and size of household are needed to apply. The student must apply for this grant. The student does not have to pay this grant back. Student Loans These are available after meeting with the Financial Aid Office and determining that a need exists for the student and they have tried all other means of assistance. The student can not be in default or have exceeded his/her aggregate loan limits. Payment Plans The Adult Education Department offers a payment plan which can be designed to accommodate the individual student by requesting a down payment and scheduling monthly payments. This plan requires the arrangements to be made and agreed upon before the classes start. A signed contract will be made and violation of this contract will result in termination from the program with no refund given. Miscellaneous Grants, Scholarships and Assistance Some agencies, companies, and organizations in the local community have grants available for students of the Career Centre if they qualify. Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation (BVR) and Workforce Investment (WIA) are two such agencies. We also accept any outside scholarships that a student may receive. *Refunds checks will not be available until 5 weeks into each payment period. Refund Policy Whenever a student withdraws or is terminated, the amount of any refund due to the Pell or student loan programs will be sent back to them by the financial aid office. The difference between the amount refunded back to Pell and the balance of the tuition or any other outstanding balance will be the responsibility of the student. The following procedures will be used if it is determined that a refund is due to a student. 1. Written notification is not required to withdraw from a program. 2. Students will be refunded the full amount paid less the application fee, if withdrawal occurs before the first day of class. 3. Refunds after attending 25 hours of class will be subject to the following schedule: (This refund applies to cash paying students). After the first 25 hours of class attended 75% of total tuition paid will 7

8 be refunded. Up to 50 hours of class attended - 50% of tuition will be refunded. No refunds after 50% Pell student s funds will be refunded to Pell. 4. Pell and Student Loan will be subject to Title IV refund calculations to determine what funds need to be returned. Students are charged for the entire payment period after reaching the 25% point of a payment period, once they reach the 60% point all Title IV funds are earned and no refund is necessary. 8

9 Name: Administrative Office/Award Agreement August 26,2013 Class Please be advised that the following is the enrollment/award letter for the Alliance Career Centre 900 hour 36 week Medical Billing and Coding certificate program. The program schedule is Monday- Thursday 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 1 st payment period tuition: $ nd payment period tuition: $ /26/ /09/ /13/2014-5/22/2014 Total for entire program: $ (Price includes books, lab fee, Microsoft office certification and graduation fee.) (This does not include background check, drug screen) The total Pell award for your program that you are eligible for is $. The total amount in scholarship/agency assistance is $. The total amount in subsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures. Please see page 4 for instructions on applying) The total amount in unsubsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures.) You will owe a balance of approximately. You will have a refund of approximately. This is the award schedule if you accept all of the eligible awards. (All disbursements and/ or refunds are approximate) Disbursement period 1 Disbursement period 2 08/26/ /24/ /28/ /09/2014 Charges: $ 1, Charges: $ 1, Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Un. Sub.Loan Unsub. Loan Refund/Owe Refund/ Owe 9

10 Disbursement period3 Disbursement period 4 01/13/ /17/ /18/ /22/2014 Charges: $1, Charges: $1, Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Un. Sub.Loan Unsub. Loan Refund/Owe Refund/ Owe All Federal Financial Aid will be disbursed in four installments that will be credited to your account, two disbursements per payment period. Refunds will not be available until at least five weeks after the beginning of each payment period. Please check and sign below to acknowledge which awards you accept for this award year. Any amount not accepted will reduce the balance owed or refunded by that amount. Pell Subsidized Loan Unsubsidized Loan Refund Policy It is my understanding that the school s refund policy is as follows for persons paying a cash deposit: Withdrawal before the first day of class 100 % Withdrawal within the first 25 hours 75% Withdrawal within the first 50 hours 50% It is my understanding that once I reach the 25% point of any payment period I am responsible for the tuition and fees for that payment period regardless of withdrawal or termination. If this is the first class of the LPN program and I do not pass, I will only be charged for the first class along with all applicable book and fees. All charges before this point will be prorated and charged at an hourly rate, including all book charges and any applicable fees. I also understand that early withdrawal from the program may affect the Federal monies that I am entitled to. A Return To Title IV funds calculation will be performed to see the amount of monies that I have earned based upon hours of attendance. The student may owe out of pocket expenses to cover tuition, fees and books that will not be covered due to early withdrawal during any payment period. I understand that once a student reaches the 60% point of a payment period they have earned 100 % Title IV funds he or she was scheduled to receive. Official withdrawal for refund purposes is defined as: A. Date of receipt of written notice of withdrawal, or B. Date of official termination notice from the school, or C. Last day of attendance if no written notice is received. It is my understanding that if I withdraw from school during the period in which I am receiving financial aid, I may have to refund monies to Pell or the Alliance Adult Education/RTW to cover unpaid tuition or books that I am not entitled to due to withdrawal date. If it is determined that a refund is due to the student as a result of termination or withdrawal this will be provided to the student within 30 days of determination. Refunds will be based on the last date of attendance or participation in a school related academic activity. 10

11 Cancellation Policy Applicants who have not visited the school prior to enrollment will have the opportunity to withdraw without penalty within three business days following either the regularly scheduled orientation procedures or following a tour of the school facilities and inspection of equipment where training and services are provided. All monies paid by an applicant must be refunded if requested within three days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment, but prior to entering the school, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid minus a registration fee of the contract price of the program, but in no event may the school retain more than $ Disclaimer of Employment Guarantee Although the staff at the Alliance Career Centre works very hard to prepare each student for employment in their field of study, we do not guarantee a job placement at the completion of the program. I understand and have received a copy of this agreement and I agree with the policies and procedures as stated. By signing below I acknowledge that I am aware of the following policies and agree to pay the Alliance Career Centre the total stated tuition and fees. The school agrees to provide the occupational training. Payment of all monies shall be a condition of continuing enrollment. Upon satisfactory completion of all academic and skill requirements and when all financial obligations have been met, the school will award the graduation certificate to the student. Date Student Date Financial Aid Please return one copy of this letter to the financial aid office. If we do not receive a signed copy of this letter, no financial aid can be awarded to your account. 11

12 Name: Automotive Technologies Enrollment/Award Agreement August 26, 2013 Class Please be advised that the following is the enrollment/award letter agreement for the Alliance Career Centre 720 hour 36 weeks automotive certificate program. The program schedule is Monday-Thursday 5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. 1 st payment period tuition: $ nd payment period tuition: $ /26/ /15/ /16/2014-5/22/2014 Total for entire program: $ (Price includes tool kit, tuition and books) (This does not include steel toed boots, gloves or goggles this is the responsibility of the student.) The total Pell award for your program that you are eligible for is $. The total amount in scholarship/agency assistance is $. The total amount in subsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures. Please see page 4 for instructions on applying) The total amount in unsubsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures.) You will owe a balance of approximately. You will have a refund of approximately. This is the award schedule if you accept all of the eligible awards. (All disbursements and/ or refunds are approximate) Disbursement period 1 Disbursement period 2 08/26/ /28/ /29/ /15/2014 Charges: $ 1, Charges: $ 1, Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Un. Sub.Loan Unsub.Loan Refund/Owe Refund/Owe Disbursement period 3 Disbursement period 4 01/16/ /24/ /25/ /22/2014 Charges: $1, Charges: $1,

13 Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Un. Sub.Loan Unsub. Loan Refund/Owe Refund/ Owe All Federal Financial Aid will be disbursed in four installments that will be credited to your account, two disbursements per payment period. Refunds will not be available until at least five weeks after the beginning of each payment period. **Please check below to acknowledge which awards you accept for this award year: Pell Subsidized Loan Unsubsidized Loan Any amount not accepted will reduce the balance owed or refunded by that amount. Refund Policy It is my understanding that the school s refund policy is as follows for persons paying a cash deposit: Withdrawal before the first day of class 100 % Withdrawal within the first 25 hours 75% Withdrawal within the first 50 hours 50% It is my understanding that once I reach the 25% point of any payment period I am responsible for the tuition and fees for that payment period regardless of withdrawal or termination. If this is the first class of the LPN program and I do not pass, I will only be charged for the first class along with all applicable book and fees. All charges before this point will be prorated and charged at an hourly rate, including all book charges and any applicable fees. I also understand that early withdrawal from the program may affect the Federal monies that I am entitled to. A Return To Title IV funds calculation will be performed to see the amount of monies that I have earned based upon hours of attendance. The student may owe out of pocket expenses to cover tuition, fees and books that will not be covered due to early withdrawal during any payment period. I understand that once a student reaches the 60% point of a payment period they have earned 100 % Title IV funds he or she was scheduled to receive. Official withdrawal for refund purposes is defined as: A. Date of receipt of written notice of withdrawal, or B. Date of official termination notice from the school, or C. Last day of attendance if no written notice is received. It is my understanding that if I withdraw from school during the period in which I am receiving financial aid, I may have to refund monies to Pell or the Alliance Adult Education/RTW to cover unpaid tuition or books that I am not entitled to due to withdrawal date. If it is determined that a refund is due to the student as a result of termination or withdrawal this will be provided to the student within 30 days of determination. Refunds will be based on the last date of attendance or participation in a school related academic activity. Cancellation Policy Applicants who have not visited the school prior to enrollment will have the opportunity to withdraw without penalty within three business days following either the regularly scheduled orientation 13

14 procedures or following a tour of the school facilities and inspection of equipment where training and services are provided. All monies paid by an applicant must be refunded if requested within three days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment, but prior to entering the school, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid minus a registration fee of the contract price of the program, but in no event may the school retain more than $ Disclaimer of Employment Guarantee Although the staff at the Alliance Career Centre works very hard to prepare each student for employment in their field of study, we do not guarantee a job placement at the completion of the program. I understand and have received a copy of this agreement and I agree with the policies and procedures as stated. By signing below I acknowledge that I am aware of the following policies and agree to pay the Alliance Career Centre the total stated tuition and fees. The school agrees to provide the occupational training. Payment of all monies shall be a condition of continuing enrollment. Upon satisfactory completion of all academic and skill requirements and when all financial obligations have been met, the school will award the graduation certificate to the student. Date Student Date: Parents( if applicable) Date Financial Aid Please return one copy of this letter to the financial aid office. If we do not receive a signed copy of this letter, no financial aid can be awarded to your account. 14

15 Name: Cosmetology 1 st level Enrollment/Award Agreement August Please be advised that the following is the award letter for the Alliance Career Centre 1500 hour 21 month Cosmetology certificate program. This is the price for the first 900 hours of the program. You will be billed and do financial aid for the remaining 600 of the program in the fiscal year. The program schedule is Monday- Thursday 5:00 pm to 10:00 p.m. 1 st semester tuition:$ nd semester tuition:$ /26/ /24/ /25/ /15/2014 Total:$6, (Price includes books, Insurance, lab fee and kit) (This does not include uniforms) The total Pell award for your program that you are eligible for is $. The total amount in scholarship assistance is $. The total amount in subsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures.) The total amount in unsubsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures.) You will owe a balance of approximately. You will have a refund of approximately. (This amount is if you take both subsidized and unsubsidized loans) This is the award schedule if you accept all of the eligible awards. (All disbursements and/ or refunds are approximate) Disbursement period 1 Disbursement period 2 08/26/ /14/ /18/ /24/2014 Charges: $ 1, Charges: $ 1, Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Un. Sub.Loan Unsub.Loan Refund/Owe Refund/Owe 15

16 Disbursement period3 Disbursement period 4 02/25// /20/ /21/ /12/2014 Charges: $1, Charges: $1, Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Un. Sub.Loan Unsub Loan Refund/Owe Refund/Owe All Federal Financial Aid will be disbursed in four installments that will be credited to your account, two disbursements per payment period. Refunds will not be available until at least five weeks after the beginning of each payment period. Please check and sign below to acknowledge which awards you accept for this award year. Any amount not accepted will reduce the balance owed or refunded by that amount. Pell Subsidized Loan Unsubsidized Loan Refund Policy It is my understanding that the school s refund policy is as follows for persons paying a cash deposit: Withdrawal before the first day of class 100 % Withdrawal within the first 25 hours 75% Withdrawal within the first 50 hours 50% It is my understanding that once I reach the 25% point of any payment period I am responsible for the tuition and fees for that payment period regardless of withdrawal or termination. If this is the first class of the LPN program and I do not pass, I will only be charged for the first class along with all applicable book and fees. All charges before this point will be prorated and charged at an hourly rate, including all book charges and any applicable fees. I also understand that early withdrawal from the program may affect the Federal monies that I am entitled to. A Return To Title IV funds calculation will be performed to see the amount of monies that I have earned based upon hours of attendance. The student may owe out of pocket expenses to cover tuition, fees and books that will not be covered due to early withdrawal during any payment period. I understand that once a student reaches the 60% point of a payment period they have earned 100 % Title IV funds he or she was scheduled to receive. Official withdrawal for refund purposes is defined as: A. Date of receipt of written notice of withdrawal, or B. Date of official termination notice from the school, or C. Last day of attendance if no written notice is received. It is my understanding that if I withdraw from school during the period in which I am receiving financial aid, I may have to refund monies to Pell or the Alliance Adult Education/RTW to cover unpaid tuition or books that I am not entitled to due to withdrawal date. If it is determined that a refund is due to the student as a result of termination or withdrawal this will be provided to the student within 30 days of determination. Refunds will be based on the last date of attendance or participation in a school related academic activity. 16

17 Cancellation Policy Applicants who have not visited the school prior to enrollment will have the opportunity to withdraw without penalty within three business days following either the regularly scheduled orientation procedures or following a tour of the school facilities and inspection of equipment where training and services are provided. All monies paid by an applicant must be refunded if requested within three days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment, but prior to entering the school, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid minus a registration fee of the contract price of the program, but in no event may the school retain more than $ Disclaimer of Employment Guarantee Although the staff at the Alliance Career Centre works very hard to prepare each student for employment in their field of study, we do not guarantee a job placement at the completion of the program. I understand and have received a copy of this agreement and I agree with the policies and procedures as stated. By signing below I acknowledge that I am aware of the following policies and agree to pay the Alliance Career Centre the total stated tuition and fees. The school agrees to provide the occupational training. Payment of all monies shall be a condition of continuing enrollment. Upon satisfactory completion of all academic and skill requirements and when all financial obligations have been met, the school will award the graduation certificate to the student. Date Student Date Financial Aid Please return one copy of this letter to the financial aid office. If we do not receive a signed copy of this letter, no financial aid can be awarded to your account. 17

18 Name: Medical Assisting Evening Enrollment/Award Agreement August 26, 2013 Class Please be advised that the following is the enrollment/award agreement for the Alliance Career Centre Evening 900 hour 44 week Medical Assisting certificate program. The program schedule is Monday-Thursday 5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. 1 st payment period tuition: $ nd payment period tuition: $ /26/ /10/ /11/2014-end Total for entire program: $ (Price includes books, lab fee, liab. insurance, CPR, tuition, RMA certification test, Phlebotomy test and graduation fee.) This does not include scrubs, drug screen, shots, physical, BCI or stethoscope.) The total Pell award for your program that you are eligible for is $. The total amount in scholarship/agency assistance is $. The total amount in subsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures. Please see page 4 for instructions on applying) The total amount in unsubsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures.) You will owe a balance of approximately. You will have a refund of approximately. This is the award schedule if you accept all of the eligible awards. (All disbursements and/ or refunds are approximate) Disbursement period 1 Disbursement period 2 08/26/ /20/ /21/ /10/2014 Charges: $ Charges: $ Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Un. Sub.Loan Unsub.Loan Refund/Owe Refund/Owe 18

19 Disbursement period3 Disbursement period 4 03/11/ /12/ /16/2014-end Charges: $1, Charges: $1, Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Un. Sub.Loan Unsub. Loan Refund/Owe Refund/ Owe All Federal Financial Aid will be disbursed in four installments that will be credited to your account, two disbursements per payment period. Refunds will not be available until at least five weeks after the beginning of each payment period. Please check and sign below to acknowledge which awards you accept for this award year. Any amount not accepted will reduce the balance owed or refunded by that amount. Pell Subsidized Loan Unsubsidized Loan Refund Policy It is my understanding that the school s refund policy is as follows for persons paying a cash deposit: Withdrawal before the first day of class 100 % Withdrawal within the first 25 hours 75% Withdrawal within the first 50 hours 50% It is my understanding that once I reach the 25% point of any payment period I am responsible for the tuition and fees for that payment period regardless of withdrawal or termination. If this is the first class of the LPN program and I do not pass, I will only be charged for the first class along with all applicable book and fees. All charges before this point will be prorated and charged at an hourly rate, including all book charges and any applicable fees. I also understand that early withdrawal from the program may affect the Federal monies that I am entitled to. A Return To Title IV funds calculation will be performed to see the amount of monies that I have earned based upon hours of attendance. The student may owe out of pocket expenses to cover tuition, fees and books that will not be covered due to early withdrawal during any payment period. I understand that once a student reaches the 60% point of a payment period they have earned 100 % Title IV funds he or she was scheduled to receive. Official withdrawal for refund purposes is defined as: A. Date of receipt of written notice of withdrawal, or B. Date of official termination notice from the school, or C. Last day of attendance if no written notice is received. It is my understanding that if I withdraw from school during the period in which I am receiving financial aid, I may have to refund monies to Pell or the Alliance Adult Education/RTW to cover unpaid tuition or books that I am not entitled to due to withdrawal date. If it is determined that a refund is due to the student as a result of termination or withdrawal this will be provided to the student within 30 days of determination. Refunds will be based on the last date of attendance or participation in a school related academic activity. 19

20 Cancellation Policy Applicants who have not visited the school prior to enrollment will have the opportunity to withdraw without penalty within three business days following either the regularly scheduled orientation procedures or following a tour of the school facilities and inspection of equipment where training and services are provided. All monies paid by an applicant must be refunded if requested within three days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment, but prior to entering the school, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid minus a registration fee of the contract price of the program, but in no event may the school retain more than $ Disclaimer of Employment Guarantee Although the staff at the Alliance Career Centre works very hard to prepare each student for employment in their field of study, we do not guarantee a job placement at the completion of the program. I understand and have received a copy of this agreement and I agree with the policies and procedures as stated. By signing below I acknowledge that I am aware of the following policies and agree to pay the Alliance Career Centre the total stated tuition and fees. The school agrees to provide the occupational training. Payment of all monies shall be a condition of continuing enrollment. Upon satisfactory completion of all academic and skill requirements and when all financial obligations have been met, the school will award the graduation certificate to the student. Date Student Date Financial Aid ******Please return one copy of this letter to the financial aid office. If we do not receive a signed copy of this letter, no financial aid can be awarded to your account 20

21 Name: Medical Billing and Coding Enrollment/Award Agreement August 26,2013 Class Please be advised that the following is the enrollment/award letter for the Alliance Career Centre 900 hour 36 week Medical Billing and Coding certificate program. The program schedule is Monday- Thursday 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 1 st payment period tuition: $ nd payment period tuition: $ /26/ /09/ /13/2014-5/22/2014 Total for entire program: $ (Price includes books, lab fee, liability insurance, NCCT medical office certification and graduation fee.) (This does not include shots, background check, drug screen or student memberships these are the students responsibility.) The total Pell award for your program that you are eligible for is $. The total amount in scholarship/agency assistance is $. The total amount in subsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures. Please see page 4 for instructions on applying) The total amount in unsubsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures.) You will owe a balance of approximately. You will have a refund of approximately. This is the award schedule if you accept all of the eligible awards. (All disbursements and/ or refunds are approximate) Disbursement period 1 Disbursement period 2 08/26/ /24/ /28/ /09/2014 Charges: $ 1, Charges: $ 1, Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub.Loan Un. Sub.Loan Unsub.Loan Refund/Owe Refund/Owe Disbursement period3 Disbursement period 4 01/13/ /17/ /18/ /22/

22 Charges: $1, Charges: $1, Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Un. Sub.Loan Unsub. Loan Refund/Owe Refund/ Owe All Federal Financial Aid will be disbursed in four installments that will be credited to your account, two disbursements per payment period. Refunds will not be available until at least five weeks after the beginning of each payment period. Please check and sign below to acknowledge which awards you accept for this award year. Any amount not accepted will reduce the balance owed or refunded by that amount. Pell Subsidized Loan Unsubsidized Loan Refund Policy It is my understanding that the school s refund policy is as follows for persons paying a cash deposit: Withdrawal before the first day of class 100 % Withdrawal within the first 25 hours 75% Withdrawal within the first 50 hours 50% It is my understanding that once I reach the 25% point of any payment period I am responsible for the tuition and fees for that payment period regardless of withdrawal or termination. If this is the first class of the LPN program and I do not pass, I will only be charged for the first class along with all applicable book and fees. All charges before this point will be prorated and charged at an hourly rate, including all book charges and any applicable fees. I also understand that early withdrawal from the program may affect the Federal monies that I am entitled to. A Return To Title IV funds calculation will be performed to see the amount of monies that I have earned based upon hours of attendance. The student may owe out of pocket expenses to cover tuition, fees and books that will not be covered due to early withdrawal during any payment period. I understand that once a student reaches the 60% point of a payment period they have earned 100 % Title IV funds he or she was scheduled to receive. Official withdrawal for refund purposes is defined as: A. Date of receipt of written notice of withdrawal, or B. Date of official termination notice from the school, or C. Last day of attendance if no written notice is received. It is my understanding that if I withdraw from school during the period in which I am receiving financial aid, I may have to refund monies to Pell or the Alliance Adult Education/RTW to cover unpaid tuition or books that I am not entitled to due to withdrawal date. If it is determined that a refund is due to the student as a result of termination or withdrawal this will be provided to the student within 30 days of determination. Refunds will be based on the last date of attendance or participation in a school related academic activity. Cancellation Policy Applicants who have not visited the school prior to enrollment will have the opportunity to withdraw without penalty within three business days following either the regularly scheduled orientation procedures or following a tour of the school facilities and inspection of equipment where training and 22

23 services are provided. All monies paid by an applicant must be refunded if requested within three days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment, but prior to entering the school, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid minus a registration fee of the contract price of the program, but in no event may the school retain more than $ Disclaimer of Employment Guarantee Although the staff at the Alliance Career Centre works very hard to prepare each student for employment in their field of study, we do not guarantee a job placement at the completion of the program. I understand and have received a copy of this agreement and I agree with the policies and procedures as stated. By signing below I acknowledge that I am aware of the following policies and agree to pay the Alliance Career Centre the total stated tuition and fees. The school agrees to provide the occupational training. Payment of all monies shall be a condition of continuing enrollment. Upon satisfactory completion of all academic and skill requirements and when all financial obligations have been met, the school will award the graduation certificate to the student. Date Student Date Financial Aid Please return one copy of this letter to the financial aid office. If we do not receive a signed copy of this letter, no financial aid can be awarded to your account. 23

24 Name: Medical Transcription/Award Agreement August 26,2013 Class Please be advised that the following is the enrollment/award letter for the Alliance Career Centre 900 hour 36 week Medical Billing and Coding certificate program. The program schedule is Monday- Thursday 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 1 st payment period tuition: $ nd payment period tuition: $ /26/ /09/ /13/2014-5/22/2014 Total for entire program: $ (Price includes books, lab fee, liability insurance, NCCT medical office certification and graduation fee.) (This does not include shots, background check, drug screen or student memberships these are the students responsibility.) The total Pell award for your program that you are eligible for is $. The total amount in scholarship/agency assistance is $. The total amount in subsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures. Please see page 4 for instructions on applying) The total amount in unsubsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures.) You will owe a balance of approximately. You will have a refund of approximately. This is the award schedule if you accept all of the eligible awards. (All disbursements and/ or refunds are approximate) Disbursement period 1 Disbursement period 2 08/26/ /24/ /28/ /09/2014 Charges: $ 1, Charges: $ 1, Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Un. Sub.Loan Unsub.Loan Refund/Owe Refund/Owe Disbursement period3 Disbursement period 4 01/13/ /17/ /18/ /22/

25 Charges: $1, Charges: $1, Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Un. Sub.Loan Unsub. Loan Refund/Owe Refund/ Owe All Federal Financial Aid will be disbursed in four installments that will be credited to your account, two disbursements per payment period. Refunds will not be available until at least five weeks after the beginning of each payment period. Please check and sign below to acknowledge which awards you accept for this award year. Any amount not accepted will reduce the balance owed or refunded by that amount. Pell Subsidized Loan Unsubsidized Loan Refund Policy It is my understanding that the school s refund policy is as follows for persons paying a cash deposit: Withdrawal before the first day of class 100 % Withdrawal within the first 25 hours 75% Withdrawal within the first 50 hours 50% It is my understanding that once I reach the 25% point of any payment period I am responsible for the tuition and fees for that payment period regardless of withdrawal or termination. If this is the first class of the LPN program and I do not pass, I will only be charged for the first class along with all applicable book and fees. All charges before this point will be prorated and charged at an hourly rate, including all book charges and any applicable fees. I also understand that early withdrawal from the program may affect the Federal monies that I am entitled to. A Return To Title IV funds calculation will be performed to see the amount of monies that I have earned based upon hours of attendance. The student may owe out of pocket expenses to cover tuition, fees and books that will not be covered due to early withdrawal during any payment period. I understand that once a student reaches the 60% point of a payment period they have earned 100 % Title IV funds he or she was scheduled to receive. Official withdrawal for refund purposes is defined as: A. Date of receipt of written notice of withdrawal, or B. Date of official termination notice from the school, or C. Last day of attendance if no written notice is received. It is my understanding that if I withdraw from school during the period in which I am receiving financial aid, I may have to refund monies to Pell or the Alliance Adult Education/RTW to cover unpaid tuition or books that I am not entitled to due to withdrawal date. If it is determined that a refund is due to the student as a result of termination or withdrawal this will be provided to the student within 30 days of determination. Refunds will be based on the last date of attendance or participation in a school related academic activity. 25

26 Cancellation Policy Applicants who have not visited the school prior to enrollment will have the opportunity to withdraw without penalty within three business days following either the regularly scheduled orientation procedures or following a tour of the school facilities and inspection of equipment where training and services are provided. All monies paid by an applicant must be refunded if requested within three days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment, but prior to entering the school, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid minus a registration fee of the contract price of the program, but in no event may the school retain more than $ Disclaimer of Employment Guarantee Although the staff at the Alliance Career Centre works very hard to prepare each student for employment in their field of study, we do not guarantee a job placement at the completion of the program. I understand and have received a copy of this agreement and I agree with the policies and procedures as stated. By signing below I acknowledge that I am aware of the following policies and agree to pay the Alliance Career Centre the total stated tuition and fees. The school agrees to provide the occupational training. Payment of all monies shall be a condition of continuing enrollment. Upon satisfactory completion of all academic and skill requirements and when all financial obligations have been met, the school will award the graduation certificate to the student. Date Student Date Financial Aid Please return one copy of this letter to the financial aid office. If we do not receive a signed copy of this letter, no financial aid can be awarded to your account. 26

27 Name: Welding TechnologiesEnrollment/Award Letter August 26, 2013 Class Please be advised that the following is enrollment/ award letter for the Alliance Career Centre 648 hour 36 week Welding certificate program. The program schedule is Monday- Thursday 5:00 p.m. to 9: 45 p.m. 1 st payment period tuition: $ 2, nd payment period tuition: $ 2, /26/ /09/ /10/2014-5/22/2014 Total for entire program: $ 5, (Price includes books, supply fee, welding jacket, tuition, credentialing card and graduation fee.) (This does not include helmet, steel toed boots, gloves or goggles. These items are the responsibility of the student.) The total Pell award for your program that you are eligible for is $. The total amount in scholarship/agency assistance is $. The total amount in subsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures. Please see page 4 for instructions on applying) The total amount in unsubsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures.) You will owe a balance of approximately. You will have a refund of approximately. This is the award schedule if you accept all of the eligible awards. (All disbursements and/ or refunds are approximate) Disbursement period 1 Disbursement period 2 08/26/ /24/ /28/ /09/2014 Charges: $ Charges: $ Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub.Loan Unsub.Loan Unsub.Loan Refund/Owe Refund/Owe Disbursement period3 Disbursement period 4 01/13/ /17/ /18/ /22/

28 Charges: $1, Charges: $1, Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Unsub.Loan Unsub. Loan Refund/Owe Refund/ Owe All Federal Financial Aid will be disbursed in four installments that will be credited to your account two times per payment period. Refunds will not be available until at least five weeks after the beginning of each disbursement period. Please check and sign below to acknowledge which awards you accept for this award year. Any amount not accepted will reduce the balance owed or refunded by that amount. Pell Subsidized Loan Unsubsidized Loan Refund Policy It is my understanding that the school s refund policy is as follows for persons paying a cash deposit: Withdrawal before the first day of class 100 % Withdrawal within the first 25 hours 75% Withdrawal within the first 50 hours 50% It is my understanding that once I reach the 25% point of any payment period I am responsible for the tuition and fees for that payment period regardless of withdrawal or termination. If this is the first class of the LPN program and I do not pass, I will only be charged for the first class along with all applicable book and fees. All charges before this point will be prorated and charged at an hourly rate, including all book charges and any applicable fees. I also understand that early withdrawal from the program may affect the Federal monies that I am entitled to. A Return To Title IV funds calculation will be performed to see the amount of monies that I have earned based upon hours of attendance. The student may owe out of pocket expenses to cover tuition, fees and books that will not be covered due to early withdrawal during any payment period. I understand that once a student reaches the 60% point of a payment period they have earned 100 % Title IV funds he or she was scheduled to receive. Official withdrawal for refund purposes is defined as: A. Date of receipt of written notice of withdrawal, or B. Date of official termination notice from the school, or C. Last day of attendance if no written notice is received. It is my understanding that if I withdraw from school during the period in which I am receiving financial aid, I may have to refund monies to Pell or the Alliance Adult Education/RTW to cover unpaid tuition or books that I am not entitled to due to withdrawal date. If it is determined that a refund is due to the student as a result of termination or withdrawal this will be provided to the student within 30 days of determination. Refunds will be based on the last date of attendance or participation in a school related academic activity. Cancellation Policy Applicants who have not visited the school prior to enrollment will have the opportunity to withdraw without penalty within three business days following either the regularly scheduled orientation procedures or following a tour of the school facilities and inspection of equipment where training and 28

29 services are provided. All monies paid by an applicant must be refunded if requested within three days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment, but prior to entering the school, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid minus a registration fee of the contract price of the program, but in no event may the school retain more than $ Disclaimer of Employment Guarantee Although the staff at the Alliance Career Centre works very hard to prepare each student for employment in their field of study, we do not guarantee a job placement at the completion of the program. I understand and have received a copy of this agreement and I agree with the policies and procedures as stated. By signing below I acknowledge that I am aware of the following policies and agree to pay the Alliance Career Centre the total stated tuition and fees. The school agrees to provide the occupational training. Payment of all monies shall be a condition of continuing enrollment. Upon satisfactory completion of all academic and skill requirements and when all financial obligations have been met, the school will award the graduation certificate to the student. Date Student Date Financial Aid ********Please return one copy of this letter to the financial aid office. If we do not receive a signed copy of this letter, No financial aid can be awarded to your account. 29

30 Diversified Medical Technologies Enrollment/Award Agreement August 26, 2013 Class Name: Please be advised that the following is the enrollment/award agreement for the Alliance Career Centre Daytime 900 hour 36 week DHT certificate program. You will be attending only 876 hours due to transferring in the 24 hours of Math. The program schedule is Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 1 st payment period tuition: $ nd payment period tuition: $ /26/ /09/ /13/2014-5/ Total for entire program: $ (Price includes books, lab fee, liab. insurance, CPR, tuition, RMA certification test, Phlebotomy test and graduation fee.) This does not include scrubs, drug screen, shots, physical, BCI or stethoscope.) The total Pell award for your program that you are eligible for is $. The total amount in scholarship/agency assistance is $. The total amount in subsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures. Please see page 4 for instructions on applying) The total amount in unsubsidized student loan is $. (The loan amounts are approved after you have followed the process of applying for and completing the loan application and entrance counseling procedures.) You will owe a balance of approximately. You will have a refund of approximately. This is the award schedule if you accept all of the eligible awards. (All disbursements and/ or refunds are approximate) Disbursement period 1 Disbursement period 2 08/26/ /24/ /28/ /09/2014 Charges: $ 1, Charges: $ 1, Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Unsub.Loan Unsub.Loan Refund/Owe Refund/Owe Disbursement period3 Disbursement period 4 01/13/ /17/ /18/ /22/

31 Charges: $1, Charges: $1, Pell: Pell: Sub.Loan Sub. Loan Unsub.Loan Unsub. Loan Refund/Owe Refund/ Owe All Federal Financial Aid will be disbursed in four installments that will be credited to your account, two disbursements per payment period. Refunds will not be available until at least five weeks after the beginning of each payment period. Please check and sign below to acknowledge which awards you accept for this award year. Any amount not accepted will reduce the balance owed or refunded by that amount. Pell Subsidized Loan Unsubsidized Loan Refund Policy It is my understanding that the school s refund policy is as follows for persons paying a cash deposit: Withdrawal before the first day of class 100 % Withdrawal within the first 25 hours 75% Withdrawal within the first 50 hours 50% It is my understanding that once I reach the 25% point of any payment period I am responsible for the tuition and fees for that payment period regardless of withdrawal or termination. If this is the first class of the LPN program and I do not pass, I will only be charged for the first class along with all applicable book and fees. All charges before this point will be prorated and charged at an hourly rate, including all book charges and any applicable fees. I also understand that early withdrawal from the program may affect the Federal monies that I am entitled to. A Return To Title IV funds calculation will be performed to see the amount of monies that I have earned based upon hours of attendance. The student may owe out of pocket expenses to cover tuition, fees and books that will not be covered due to early withdrawal during any payment period. I understand that once a student reaches the 60% point of a payment period they have earned 100 % Title IV funds he or she was scheduled to receive. Official withdrawal for refund purposes is defined as: A. Date of receipt of written notice of withdrawal, or B. Date of official termination notice from the school, or C. Last day of attendance if no written notice is received. It is my understanding that if I withdraw from school during the period in which I am receiving financial aid, I may have to refund monies to Pell or the Alliance Adult Education/RTW to cover unpaid tuition or books that I am not entitled to due to withdrawal date. If it is determined that a refund is due to the student as a result of termination or withdrawal this will be provided to the student within 30 days of determination. Refunds will be based on the last date of attendance or participation in a school related academic activity. Cancellation Policy Applicants who have not visited the school prior to enrollment will have the opportunity to withdraw without penalty within three business days following either the regularly scheduled orientation 31

32 procedures or following a tour of the school facilities and inspection of equipment where training and services are provided. All monies paid by an applicant must be refunded if requested within three days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment, but prior to entering the school, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid minus a registration fee of the contract price of the program, but in no event may the school retain more than $ Disclaimer of Employment Guarantee Although the staff at the Alliance Career Centre works very hard to prepare each student for employment in their field of study, we do not guarantee a job placement at the completion of the program. I understand and have received a copy of this agreement and I agree with the policies and procedures as stated. By signing below I acknowledge that I am aware of the following policies and agree to pay the Alliance Career Centre the total stated tuition and fees. The school agrees to provide the occupational training. Payment of all monies shall be a condition of continuing enrollment. Upon satisfactory completion of all academic and skill requirements and when all financial obligations have been met, the school will award the graduation certificate to the student. Date Student Date Financial Aid ******Please return one copy of this letter to the financial aid office. If we do not receive a signed copy of this letter, no financial aid can be awarded to your account. 32

33 Cancellation Policy Applicants who have not visited the school prior to enrollment will have the opportunity to withdraw without penalty within three business days following either the regularly scheduled orientation procedures or following a tour of the school facilities and inspection of equipment where training and services are provided. All monies paid by an applicant must be refunded if requested within five days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment. An applicant requesting cancellation more than five days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment, but prior to entering the school, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid minus a registration fee of 15% of the contract price of the program, but in no event may the school retain more than $150. A student is liable for the full amount of tuition per payment period after the 25% point of scheduled class time has been completed, regardless of termination or withdrawal. No refunds are granted for textbooks. Refunds of application fees will be administered if the full time training program does not have sufficient enrollment to run. *Workkeys Test (3) will be given at no cost to student time in full time classes. The tests are required for funding. Attendance Policy As the full time training courses are designed to prepare a student for a responsible position in the workforce, each student is expected to be in the assigned classroom at the start of each day and remain until the end of the session. Should you find yourself in a situation where you will be late for class or not able to attend class, notify the Adult Education Office at on the day that you will be late for class or absent by 9:30 a.m.. Absences for illness in excess of three days will require the student to bring in a written doctors excuse. All students are required to sign in on the class attendance form each day. It is the student s responsibility to make arrangements for making up all missed assignments, if they have followed the proper call off process. No missed assignments will be allowed to be made up if the student does not call the office number. Attendance is evaluated each month. Students will have one month to bring their attendance to the 90 percent requirement or the student may be terminated from the program. Financial aid can be withheld for each payment period that the student is not maintaining the 90% attendance policy. Make-Up Work Make-up work will be considered pending circumstances of missed time. If make-up work is assigned it must be done during non-class time. No make-up work will be given to students that have not followed the proper procedures to call off when absent. A 0 will be given for work and tests missed if proper report offs are not followed. If the student falls below the 90% level, the student will be placed on attendance warning and will need to meet with the Financial Aid office to determine the effects this may have on your financial aid status. 33

34 Code of Conduct Student Behavior: The student is responsible for conduct acceptable to a good learning situation. This includes selfdiscipline. Classroom discipline policies and rules are established by the individual teacher to meet the needs of the setting. Students must comply with the classroom rules. A student s conduct is considered to be disruptive when it reflects open defiance, disrespect, or indolence; when it is threatening, obscene, vulgar or disruptive. Violation of any rule may result in disciplinary action that may include probation or termination. Right to Due Process: The Alliance Career Centre recognizes the right to due process for each student. Zero-Tolerance Policy: Actions of a student or students that are determined by the administration to be inappropriate behavior, disruptive, and/or violent in nature while on school property, and/or during official functions, will have discipline intervention standards applied consistent with established district policy and the Ohio Revised Code. *We follow the State of Ohio s law in Compliance with Jessica Logan Act* Search and Seizure: Search of a student and his/her possessions, including vehicles, may be conducted at any time the student is under the jurisdiction of the Board of Education, if there is a reasonable suspicion that the student is in violation of the law or school rules. A search may also be conducted with or without the student s consent. Jurisdiction: The rules set forth in the Student Handbook shall be applicable to the student behaviors that take place: On the school premises. At all school sponsored activities, whether on or off campus. In or on privately owned vehicles, whether on campus or in transit, for the purpose associated with a school activity. Off campus and affect or endanger students and/or staff associated with the school district. Two outstanding characteristics of the mature person are: 1. An ability to make and follow through on a decision regarding his/her life. 2. Self-discipline and self-control that comes from the inside rather than the outside. School Closing Due to Bad Weather When the Alliance City Schools are closed due to bad weather, your adult training classes will also be cancelled. If Alliance City Schools are open and the weather gets worse during the day your evening adult classes may be cancelled. The superintendent will make the call when to cancel classes. Announcements on unscheduled closing will be aired on Alliance Radio Station WZLK (92.5 FM) or WHBC (Canton 1490 AM). School closings will also be posted on the Cable Channel 11. The Ohio Department of Education allows 5 calamity days. If those 5 days are used, make up days will be added. If a student maintains 90% attendance they may not need to make up snow days. 34

35 Emergency Medical Forms All Alliance Career Centre training students will be required to fill out an Emergency Medical Form providing the instructor and staff with information as to whom to call in the case of an emergency. It is the student s responsibility to notify the office of any changes to your Emergency Medical Form. Insurance The State of Ohio does not permit schools to protect their students with insurance. All students in the medical and cosmetology programs are required to pay a $13.00 liability insurance premium. Criminal Records Check/Drug Screening All students enrolled in any medical program must present our office with a copy of a criminal records check and drug screening. If a student receives a positive result from the background check this could prevent the student from continuing in the program. A positive drug screen could result in termination from the program. Grading Policy Students enrolled in a full-time program will be evaluated on a monthly basis by the instructor with periodic student conferences, and a final evaluation at the end of each trimester. Grades are at the teachers discretion and attendance will be used as a grade or factor in determining grades. Grading Scale Grading Scale Letter Grade A = A- = B+ = B = B- = C+ = C = C- = D+ = D = D- =0.9 Below 59 F =0.0 Satisfactory Progress All full-time students must be making satisfactory progress to keep enrolled in the course of study they are pursuing. Financial aid can be withheld if a student is not making satisfactory progress. This is defined as a 70% grade point average. Students will be evaluated at the end of each month and students not maintaining this average will be placed on probation. They will have one month to bring their grade point average up to 70% or else be terminated from the program. The teacher and administrative staff have the ability to adjust this when special and unusual circumstances are present. 35

36 Internships and Clinicals If clinical sites or internships are assigned to your program as a requirement, sites will be made available to you with the instructor s discretion. The student will attend their assigned clinical or internship site instead of attending class. The same attendance policy will be followed as regular class time and call off procedures remain the same except you must also call off to your clinical site. The grade will be determined by the clinical supervisor and instructor. If these sites are not accommodating for you, you must find your own site which must be approved by the instructor and administration. If a student loses a clinical site due to poor performance, attendance, walks out of a clinical site, or violates school policies, that student will be terminated from the program. No student will be assigned to a clinical or internship site until all financial and attendance obligations to the school have been met. The clinical site is not a guarantee of a job, but is a chance for the student to receive experience in the job field for their specific training. Students can request the Job Placement person to assist with finding a job. Graduation Requirements To receive your Ohio Department of Education Certificate of Completion, you must: Complete all required course work within the time allowed for your program of study. Maintain a 2.0 minimum grade point average. Maintain a 90% or better attendance level. Pay any outstanding financial obligation. Complete the required Workkeys and industry credentialing assessment test for their program area. You will receive this certificate upon successful completion of your skills training program and a graduation interview with your Transitions Coordinator and the Financial Aid Office. Your certificate will be presented to you during the graduation ceremony held in the spring (May or June) of each year. Concerns/Complaint Procedure A Complaint/Concern is a written claim by a student alleging discrimination on the basis of gender, disability, race, color, creed, religion, age, ancestry, national origin, Vietnam era veteran, or marital status. A student complaint alleging a violation, misapplication or misrepresentation of the training agreement between the student and the Adult Education Staff and Centre will be handled under this procedure. All Complaint/Concern will be reported immediately to the Adult Education Director who will function as the Adult Education Complaint Officer. Complaint/Concern will be logged and documented. All information will then be presented to the Financial Aid Officer/Office Manager and Adult Ed. Receptionist. All documentation will be reviewed by the committee and if needed the Superintendent. A report of action will be provided to the person making the complaint. Students can file complaint forms with ACCSC. Appeal Process Students have the right to due process. When a student has a question, concern or complaint, he or she should direct these concerns in writing to the appropriate person within 5 school days in the following order: Step 1 Student s Instructor/Coordinator if unresolved to step 2. 36

37 Step 2 Office Manager if unresolved to step 3. Step 3 Director of the Alliance Career Centre If the question, concern or complaint cannot be resolved after following these steps, the student may appeal the school decision by submitting in writing within 5 school days a request to meet with the appeals committee. Appeals Committee consists of: Step 1. Director of Robert T. White School of Practical Nursing and School Counselor or designated person. If unresolved the student may appeal in writing to step 2 within 2 school days. Step 2. Superintendent or designated person. If unresolved the student may make a final appeal to the Alliance Board of Education in writing within 2 school days. Step 3. The decision of the Alliance Board of Education will be final. The student will be asked to attend all Appeal Committee meetings and may bring a support person with them. Complaint Form Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) Page 1 of 2 Revised 7/1/10 Thank you for contacting the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges ( ACCSC or the Commission ) regarding the Commission s process for handling complaints. The primary purpose of the Commission is to establish and maintain high educational standards and ethical business practices among its accredited institutions. The Standards of Accreditation form the basis upon which the Commission makes all assessments regarding educational quality and are available for public review on the Commission s website at Institutions that are accredited by the Commission must have a published procedure and operational plan for handling complaints. Complainants are encouraged first to avail themselves of the school s complaint procedures. If you feel that the school has not adequately addressed a complaint or that the school is not in compliance with accreditation requirements, you may file a complaint with the Commission in accordance with the following: 1. All complaints must be received by the Commission in writing. 2. In order for a complaint to be processed, it should contain: a. The basis for any allegation of noncompliance with ACCSC standards or requirements; b. All relevant names and dates and a brief description of the actions forming the basis of the complaint; copies of any documents or materials that support the allegations, when available; and c. A release from the complainant authorizing the Commission to forward a copy of the complaint, including the identification of the complainant, to the school. This can be achieved by completing and submitting page 2 of this Complaint Form. This form is available on the ACCSC website. Upon receipt of a complaint filed in accordance with the aforementioned format, the Commission will forward a copy of the complaint to the school for a response. Schools are given a period of time upon receipt of the complaint to prepare a response addressing the alleged areas of non-compliance with the Commission s requirements. The Commission may determine, based on a review of the school s response, that the school has adequately addressed the concerns raised in the complaint and is in compliance with the Standards of Accreditation. In all cases, both the school and complainant are notified of the final disposition of the complaint. Although one possible outcome of the complaint process may be the resolution of a dispute between parties, the Commission does not act as an arbitrator. 37

38 The Commission s primary responsibility in reviewing complaints is to ensure that member schools remain in continuous compliance with accreditation requirements. The Commission will not intervene on behalf of individuals in cases of disciplinary action or dismissal or review decisions in such matters as admission, graduation, fees, and similar points unless the context suggests unethical or unprofessional actions that seriously impair or disrupt the educational services of an applicant or an accredited school. If you do not return a completed complaint form, your complaint may not be processed by ACCSC. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Commission office at (703)

39 COMPLAINT FORM Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) Page 2 of 2 Revised 7/1/10 Complainant Name: Address: City: State: Zip Code: Telephone Number: Address: Name of Program: Start date: School Name: School Address: School City: State: Zip Code: Telephone Number: INSTRUCTIONS 1. Please review this form in its entirety. For further information on ACCSC s procedures for handling complaints, please visit the Commission s website at 2. Please attach a statement describing the nature of the complaint. The statement should include a description of the events or circumstances upon which the complaint is based and the names and titles (if any) of the individuals involved. If available, please include copies of any documents or materials that support the allegations set forth in the complaint. Please note that ACCSC will only process complaints that reasonably show that a school may not be in compliance with accrediting standards or requirements. STATEMENT GRANTING PERMISSION TO FORWARD COMPLAINT TO SCHOOL I certify that the information I have provided is correct to the best of my knowledge and hereby grant the Commission permission to forward the complaint to the school for a response. Signature: Date The response and the complaint will be kept on file for future reference. SUBMIT TO: Executive Director Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges 2101 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 302 Arlington, Virginia

40 Career-Technical Credit Transfer (CT)² Verification of Course/Program Completion This form is to be used for students who completed approved Career-Technical courses and/or programs in order to verify their completion of the learning outcomes and to receive recommended credit and/or course equivalency at Ohio s public colleges/universities. Student: Complete Part I of this form. Request an official high school or GED transcript to be sent to each college/university of your choice in addition to this form. NOTE: Before requesting that the Verification of Course/Program Completion be sent to a college or university, please make certain that the college/university where you wish to enroll offers the technology major. The statewide guarantee of credit transfer applies only when the career-technical institution has an approved program/course and the college/university you are interested in attending offers the chosen technology. You are responsible for providing proof of your credentials and licenses. In some cases, online verification of a credential or license is the responsibility of the college or university (see Page 5). You are encouraged to visit with a financial aid officer at the destination institution to determine the impact on your eligibility for federal financial aid. Part I: To be completed by Student requesting verification: First Name: Last Name: Middle Initial: ID Number (SSN or Student ID): Date of Birth: High School Graduation Date/Adult Workforce Education Program Completion Date: Home Address: Daytime Phone: ( ) Cell Phone: ( ) Please send this form to the following college/university and department/office: Name of Institution: College Department/Office: Address: Signature of Requesting Student: Date: 40

41 NOT OFFICIAL WITHOUT ORIGINAL SEAL OR STAMP. STUDENT MUST NOT HAND-CARRY. Career-Technical Institution (secondary and adult): Complete Part II and III of this form to verify the student s completion of approved (CT)² courses and programs. This form must be used as a supplement to an official high school or GED transcript. Apply an official stamp or raised seal and mail the form directly to the receiving institution. After completing, please keep a copy for your record. NOTE: Career-Technical Institution may make copies of the original form as long as an official stamp or raised seal and signature of the (CT)² Contact Person are applied on each copy before being mailed out. Part II: To be completed by Sending/Verifying Institution (Career-Technical Institution): Mark x for which program/courses the student successfully completed that are approved for CTAN matches by the review panel in each area. Note 1: CTAN stands for Career-Technical Articulation Number. It is a unique number assigned to the content areas. These areas can be viewed as courses and/or programs that students may have completed at your career-technical institution. Note 2: Statewide guaranteed credit hour values shown are the values assigned to each CTAN and represent the guaranteed amount of credit to be awarded at the college/university. Note 3: In order to assure the validity and accuracy of information on this form, please double-check on the OBOR s (CT)² website that your courses/programs have been approved for the (CT)² statewide guarantee at Note 4: Please make sure that the college/university your student is interested in attending offers the program that he/she has completed and is eligible for college credit through (CT)² statewide credit transfer guarantee. FORM MUST BE SENT DIRECTLY TO THE RECEIVING INSTITUTION. STUDENT MUST NOT HAND-CARRY. Career Technical Assurance Guide (CTAG) Area Program/ Course Completion Date (mm/dd/yyyy) Career Technical Articulation Number (CTAN) Approved for CTAN Match (Mark x) Areas of Course/Program Statewide Guaranteed Credit Hours Automotive Technology CTAUT001 Brakes 2 Sem/3 Qrtr CTAUT002 Electrical 2 Sem/3 Qrtr CTAUT003 Engine 2 Sem/3 Qrtr CTAUT004 Suspension/Steering 2 Sem/3 Qrtr Basic Police Officer OPBT001 (Must complete the entire program) 16 Sem/24 Qrtr Culinary & Food Service CTCF001 Sanitation & Safety 1 Sem/2 Qrtr Management CTCF002 Intro to Hospitality & Tourism 2 Sem/3 Qrtr CTCF003 Food Production Laboratory 2 Sem/3 Qrtr CTCF004 Cooperative Work Experience 1 Sem/2 Qrtr Education¹ CTED001 Introduction to Education 2-3 Sem/4-5 Qrtr Electrical Engineering Technology CTEET001 DC Circuits 3 Sem/4 Qrtr 41

42 Emergency Medical Technician* CTEET002 Digital Electronics 4 Sem/6 Qrtr CTEET003 Programmable Logic Controllers 3 Sem/4 Qrtr CTFR001 First Responder 2 Sem/3 Qrtr CTEMTB002 Emergency Medical Technician Basic 7 Sem/10 Qrtr CTEMTI003 Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate 8 Sem/12 Qrtr CTEMTP004 Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic 30 Sem/45 Qrtr Fire Fighter CTVFF001 Volunteer Fire Fighter 1 Sem/3 Qrtr CTFFI002 Fire Fighter I 5 Sem/8 Qrtr CTFFII003 Fire Fighter II 10 Sem/16 Qrtr CTFSI001 Fire Service Instructor 3 Semester CTFINSP001 Fire Safety Inspector 3 Semester Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning/Refrigeration CTHVAC001 (Must complete the entire program) 22 Sem/33 Qrtr Career Technical Assurance Guide (CTAG) Area Program/ Course Completion Date (mm/dd/yyyy) Career Technical Articulation Number (CTAN) Approved for CTAN Match (Mark x) 42 Areas of Course/Program Statewide Guaranteed Credit Hours Information Technologyˆ CTIT001 Basic (Must pass the OCTA end of program 3 Sem/4 Qrtr assessment) CTIT002 Network + 3 Sem/4 Qrtr CTIT003 A+ Essentials 3 Sem/4 Qrtr CTIT004 A+ Technician 3 Sem/4 Qrtr Mechanical Engineering Technology CTIT005 Intro to Desktop Operating Systems 3 Sem/4 Qrtr CTIT006 Intro to User Support 3 Sem/4 Qrtr CTIT007 Cisco/CCNA Exploration I 3 Sem/4 Qrtr CTIT008 Cisco/CCNA Exploration II 3 Sem/4 Qrtr CTIT009 Cisco/CCNA Exploration III 3 Sem/4 Qrtr CTIT010 Cisco/CCNA Exploration IV 3 Sem/4 Qrtr CTIT011 Windows Desktop Operating Systems 3 Sem/4 Qrtr CTIT012 Microsoft.NET Framework 3 Sem/4 Qrtr Application Development Foundation CTIT013 Managing & Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment 3 Sem/4 Qrtr CTMET004 Manufacturing Processes 3 Sem/4 Qrtr CTMET005 CADD 3 Sem/4 Qrtr Medical Assisting N/A MAT Program (must complete all 7 CTAN 18 Sem/29 Qrtr areas) Practical Nursing to Pre- Licensure Associate Degree Nursing CTPNNUR001ˇ (Must complete the entire program) Credit applied toward Associate Degree Nursing ¹ Students must enroll in an institution with an appropriate education program and apply for the statewide credit transfer guarantee within two years of completing their program. * EMT curricula leading to the various credentials are separate endeavors. That is, the EMT-B curriculum does not replace any portion of the EMT-I or P curriculum. The same is true for the EMT-I curriculum. It does not replace any portion of either the EMT-B or P curriculum. Thus, students holding EMT-B certificates desiring to advance to EMT-I or EMT-P are required to take all portions of the EMT-I or EMT-P curriculum and would earn credits assigned to each curriculum by the college or university. However, the state statute allows medical and program directors to award "previous training credit" for those holding EMT-I certificates who desire to enter an EMT-P training program. As a result, students could earn 30 semester/45 quarter hours for EMT-P, in addition to 8 semester/12 quarter hours toward EMT-I. If a student has successfully completed and earned credit for Volunteer Fire Fighter, 4 Semester/5 Quarter credits will be awarded toward Fire Fighter I. If a student has successfully completed and earned credit for Fire Fighter I (or Volunteer Fire Fighter and Fire Fighter I), 5 Semester/ 8 Quarter credits will be awarded toward Fire Fighter II.

43 ˆ ˇ Students who completed approved courses or programs have 36 months to take advantage of the statewide credit transfer guarantee in Information Technology courses. Awarded credits are variable but are to be 30% of the nursing technical credits in the associate degree pre-licensure registered nursing program. Important: To ensure credit transferability in any CTANs, except for Education and Information Technology, it is recommended that eligible students apply for statewide guarantees within three years of program/course completion or within the currency of their certificate or license. Part III: To be completed by Sending/Verifying Institution (Career-Technical Institution): Name of Institution: High School or Adult Workforce Education (AWE): Address: Phone #: ( ) Name of (CT)² Contact Person: Title of (CT)² Contact Person: OFFICIAL SEAL OR STAMP HERE Signature of (CT)² Contact Person: Date: Part IV: For the Receiving Institution (College or University): Course credit must be awarded to the matriculating student with verified CTAN numbers in one of two ways: 1. A course or program for which your institution has received (CT)² approval from the faculty review panel. In such cases, the courses and their associated credit hours will be transcripted and applied to the applicant s technical major. 2. In the absence of an equivalent course, and when the institution offers the technical program, credit will be granted by the receiving institution that is no less than the value of the guaranteed credit hours for that Career-Technical Articulation Number (CTAN) or Career-Technical Articulation Guide (CTAG) with the specifics determined by the receiving institution. The Management Report on OBOR s website shows whether your institution must award college credit in a particular technology. In order to verify the accuracy of information, please assure that the sending institution offers courses/programs that have been approved by the CTAG faculty panels for receiving college course equivalency credit. Approved course/program information and Management Reports for both career-technical institutions and colleges/universities are available on the OBOR website at Students must show appropriate credentials to or request for online verification by each college/university in each CTAN/CTAG that they have successfully completed. See the list of credentials on Page 5. Also, the OBOR Articulation and Transfer Team has been working on posting sample credentials on (CT)² website. Please don t forget to encourage students requesting college credit through (CT)² statewide guarantee to meet with a financial aid officer at your institution to determine the impact on the student s eligibility for federal financial aid. IMPORTANT Education CTAG/CTAN is time-sensitive. Completers must enroll in a college/university with an education program and apply for the statewide credit transfer guarantee within two years of completing their tech-prep program. Information Technology CTAGs/CTANs are time-sensitive. Completers have 36 months to take advantage of the statewide credit transfer guarantee in Information Technology courses. To ensure credit transferability in any CTANs, it is recommended 43 that eligible students apply for statewide guarantees within three years of completing their courses and/or programs or within the currency of their certificate or license.

44 List of Needed Credentials and/or Licenses Student These are the list of credentials or licenses you must show to the college/university to be eligible for receiving college credit through (CT)² statewide guarantee. You are encouraged to visit with a financial aid officer at the destination institution to determine the impact on your eligibility for federal financial aid. College/University The (CT)² statewide guarantee is available to applicants who hold the following credentials and/or licenses. Please verify these credentials/licenses upon application and admission to your institution. Automotive (CT)² Technology Basic Police Officer Culinary Education Electrical Engineering Technology EMT Fire Fighting HVAC/R Information Technology Must access credit within 3 years of program/course completion or within the currency of certificate or license. Required Credential or License Passage of NATEF End of Program Assessment or ASE Certification in Respective Technology: Brakes, Electrical, Engine, & Suspension/Steering Current and Valid Ohio Basic Peace Officers Training Certificate Sanitation & Safety - Current NRA ServSafe Certificate Intro to Hospitality & Tourism Current ORA ProStart Certificate Food Production Lab Current NRA ServSafe Certificate and ORA ProStart Certificate and/or ACFEFAC Junior Culinarian Certificate Cooperative Work Experience Current ORA ProStart Certificate A score of 85 or Higher on the Tech-Prep Education Portfolio No need to show credentials. Current Ohio First Responder, EMT-B, EMT-I, or EMT-P Certificate (Note: the credential depends on the level to which the student is applying). Online verification is also available for colleges/universities at https://www.dps.state.oh.us/certrenewal/verification.aspx. Current Ohio Fire Fighter Certification as a Volunteer Fire Fighter, Fire Fighter I, Fire Fighter II, Fire Service Instructor, or Fire Safety Inspector (Note: the credential depends on the level to which the student is applying) Current and Valid HVAC Excellence, NCCER, or ICE Certification Basic Passage of OCTA End of Program Assessment, IC³ Certificate, or ICDL Certificate Network + - Passage of OCTA End of Program Assessment, CompTIA Network + Certificate, Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Certificate, or Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) Certificate A + Essentials Passage of OCTA End of Program Assessment or CompTIA A+ Essentials Certificate A + Technician - CompTIA A+ Essentials Certificate Intro To Desktop Operating System Passage of OCTA End of Program Assessment Intro to User Support Passage of OCTA End of Program Assessment or Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST) Certificate Cisco/CCNA Exploration I CCNA Certificate, CCENT Certificate, or Passage of Semester Tests in Cisco/CCNA Discovery I & II or Cisco/ CCNA Exploration I Cisco/CCNA Exploration II CCNA Certificate, CCENT Certificate, or Passage of Semester Tests in Cisco/CCNA Discovery III & IV or Cisco/CCNA Exploration II Cisco/CCNA Exploration III CCNA Certificate or Passage of Semester Test in Cisco/ CCNA Exploration III Cisco/CCNA Exploration IV CCNA Certificate or Passage of Semester Test in Cisco/ CCNA Exploration IV Windows Operating Systems - Current Microsoft Windows Desktop Operating Systems Certification (MS Exam or updated test) Microsoft.NET Framework - Current Microsoft.NET Framework Application Development Foundation (MS Exam ) Windows Server - Microsoft Managing & Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server

45 Mechanical Engineering Technology Medical Assisting Nursing Environment (MS Exam ) No need to show credentials. CMA-AAMA or RMA-AMT LPN and ONAM Transition Course (Course equivalency credit will be given after completing an ONAM Transition Course at the College). The receiving institution must visit Ohio Board of Nursing website at https://license.ohio.gov/lookup/ in order to verify LPN licenses. 45

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