Students may register for APEI’s Fitness Program by calling (603) 602-0301 or by registering online at email@example.com
Late registration will not be accepted after the second week of the program starting date.
Enrolling students are required to be at least 16 years old to register.
Students are required to attend ¾ of scheduled classes or 9 of 12 classes/days. Tardiness will be defined as being more than 1/2 hour late to the beginning of class. 2 tardy appearances will result in 1 missed class. If a student misses more than 3 classes (including tardy appearances) the student will:
A) fail the course and will be administered the appropriate refund
B) Re-register to attend an upcoming session
If there are unforeseen or significant instances for which a student misses more than 3 classes, it will be the faculty’s decision whether or not to allow those absences to count towards this policy. It will be the student’s responsibility to notify instructor(s) that he/she will not be attending class within 48 hours by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 603-602-0301. This will allow instructors to plan accordingly.
A score of 60 points will be needed to pass the course. A maximum of 100 points will be given during the course. Final grades will be the sum of points after a student completes the following:
A written multiple-choice exam of 100 questions (worth 50 points);
A practical online presentation assessed by the course instructor (worth 40 points);
The weekly graded homework (worth 10 points).
Withdrawal/ Cancellation Refund Policy
You may terminate your agreement at any time.
If you terminate your agreement within five days from the registration date, you will receive a refund of all monies paid, provided that you have not commenced the program.
If you subsequently terminate your agreement prior to the commencement of the program, you will receive a refund of all monies paid, less the actual administrative costs described in the Tuition and Fees Section of this agreement.
If you terminate your agreement during the first quarter of the program (class 1-3), you will receive a refund of seventy-five percent (75%) of the tuition, less the actual administrative costs described in the Tuition and Fees Section of this agreement.
If you terminate your agreement during the second quarter of the program (class 4-6), you will receive a refund of fifty percent (50%) of the tuition, less the actual administrative costs described in the Tuition and Fees Section of this agreement.
If you terminate your agreement during the third quarter of the program (class 7-9), you will receive a refund of twenty-five percent (25%) of the tuition, less the actual administrative costs described in the Tuition and Fees Section of this agreement.
If you terminate your agreement during the fourth quarter of the program (class 10-12), you will not receive any refund and you will be responsible for the full tuition payment.
If you terminate your agreement after the initial five day period, you will be responsible for the administrative costs incurred by the school to enroll you and to process your application. Administrative costs shall not one hundred and fifty dollars or five percent of the contract price, whichever is less.
If you wish to terminate your agreement, you must inform the school in writing of your termination, which will become effective on the day, such writing is mailed.
All refunds will be paid within 30 days upon written notification from the student of cancellation or withdrawal.
Students receiving benefits from federal program shall be subject to federal refund policies, rules, and regulations.
School Rules and Regulations
Students should come to in-person classes dressed appropriately for exercise. Inappropriate behavior such as swearing, violent behavior, bullying, cheating, or any other disruptive behavior will not be tolerated during in-class or online classes. There will be one warning given, and a meeting will be set up between administration, instructor, and student to resolve any future problems after the second offense. If the behavior is not resolved, the student will not be able to finish the course, and will be issued an appropriate refund. If the incident requires police interference or if the act of a heinous or violent nature, the student will be dismissed immediately.
Severe/Inclement Weather Policy
In case of severe weather such as a winter snowstorm, the school may be forced to cancel or delay in-person classes. Make-up days or online Zoom classes will be scheduled before the final class. Students will receive an email as well as a phone call with as much advanced notice as possible. If a student has a concern, they may email email@example.com or call 603-602-0301.
Transfer of credit policy
APEI does not offer or accept transfer of credits from programs or courses from other schools, institutes, or training providers.
Guidance and Counseling
APEI will not offer any guidance or counseling services for students.
After successfully completing the course, instructors will meet with students individually to advise them about possible work opportunities around the student’s location or their preferred work locations. Instructors will write letters of recommendation. Students are not guaranteed employment upon graduation.
Complaint Resolution Policy
Any student or faculty member who believes that he/she was unfairly treated or that an employment policy was violated or misapplied is encouraged to resolve the concern with school administration within 48 hours by calling (603) 602-0301 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow the school administration 48 hours to respond back.
Should a student/employee not be satisfied with the outcome of their complaint at any time, they may contact the New Hampshire Department of Education - Division of Educator Support and Higher Education | Office of Career School Licensing -101 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301 Cell: 603-271-6443 or file a complaint with their office by completing and submitting the online “Complaint Form” at https:///.my.doe.nh.gov/ESSWEB/highereducation/Complaint.aspx
Effective Date: August 2nd, 2023
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