Student Code of Conduct
Classroom Expectations and Policies
You take valuable time out of your day to come to class. We’ve created the following policies to ensure a successful learning environment in which everyone supports each other and gets the most out of each class. Any inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated, and a student may be asked to leave, resulting in non-completion of the module.
A student will need to cancel class registration at least 72 hours in advance of the class time.
If the Training Partnership has to cancel a class, a notification of the class cancellation will be sent to you based on the communication preference in your online profile (either email or phone, etc.). The Training Partnership will work with you to reschedule the class.
Students need to be registered for class and on the class roster in order to take a class.
If you have not previously registered for a class, you will not be able to take the class.
If your name is not on the roster but you desire to stay in the class, you will need to fill out an attestation form. Please note that filling out an attestation form does not guarantee that credit will be granted.
Students are expected to show a state-issued picture ID to sign in for class. It can be a state ID, a driver’s license or a passport.
Students and staff must work within a safe and secure environment. Any behavior which compromises this is not acceptable.
No firearms or other weapons may be brought into the classroom.
You should arrive to class 15 minutes before the start time to avoid being late.
Students are expected to fully participate in the learning experience.
Students will be doing skills over and over again; practicing skills is for the student’s benefit to help equip students to pass the state exam.
Be respectful of others by listening when others are talking and waiting your turn.
Class time is the opportunity to hear from other perspectives; please respect others’ opinions.
Return promptly from breaks and lunches.
Be prepared for all classes by bringing relevant books, files, pens and other supplies.
Treat instructors, support staff and fellow students with respect at all times.
Personal phone calls or other personal matters should be taken care of during breaks/lunch.
Silence your cell phone during class.
Refrain from texting during class.
Only registered students and registered interpreters are allowed in the class.
Students may not bring consumers, children, pets (excluding service animals) or any other visitors to the class. The exception to this rule is if you require a translator.
Respect the property/classroom/restrooms; pick up after yourself (coffee cups, food, paper, etc.).
If food is not allowed in a particular facility, please leave your food and drinks outside the classroom.
Smoking — including vapor cigarettes and chewing tobacco — is not allowed in the facility or at any of the entrances. It is allowed only in designated areas or 25 feet from external doors.
If the Training Partnership has to cancel a class due to inclement weather, a notification of the class cancellation will be sent based on the communication preference in your profile. The Training Partnership will work with you to reschedule the class.
If you arrive to class after the start time, you will be considered late and you will need to reschedule your class.
Instructors will close class for attendance 10 minutes after the scheduled class start time — except for the first day of a Basic Training Course, when instructors will provide an additional 10-minute grace period before closing class attendance.
Students who arrive after this time will not be permitted to attend the class and will be directed to the Member Resource Center (or whoever registered them for class) to reschedule.