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If a student leaves the course due to unforeseen circumstances, a written notice must be given to the school director. Refunds will be given according to the following formula: (1) If a student contract is terminated after the vocational training begins, the licensee is entitled to the following amounts of tuition fees: 1. When 10% or less of the vocational training has been provided, the licensee is entitled to 25% of the tuition fee 2. When more than 10% but 50% or less of the vocational training has been provided, the licensee is entitled to 60% of the tuition fees 3. When more than 50% of the vocational training has been provided, the licensee is entitled to 100% of the tuition fees (2) If a licensee has received tuition fees in excess of the amount that the licensee is entitled to under subsection (1) the licensee must refund the excess amount.
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TLC International Training Center for Caregiving
10709 107 Street
Edmonton Alberta T5H 2Y9
This course runs full-time for seven-months so that it can meet the requirements of a Designated Training Program for the Federal Government of Canada’s International Student Program. Classes are held Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. You are allowed to take a total maximum of seven days sick time throughout your seven months of training. If you miss more than seven days due to sickness or for any other reason, you will be required to make up this time so that you meet the requirements. How you make up this time has to be decided in consultation with your teacher.
Many methods of learning and teaching will be used in an attempt to make the material relevant, interesting, and enjoyable to all students. There will be class discussions, student presentations, lectures, videos, individual reading, written assignments, and hands-on practice. However, ultimately the kind of experience you have here for the next seven months will be up to you. Instead of relying on others for the quality of your learning experience, you can use your mind and your creativity to make your time here a rich and valuable experience for everyone.
Fees and Payment Schedules
The tuition fee for the course is $5,500. There is an additional Letter of Acceptance fee of $300.00 that can be e transferred before you receive your “Letter of Acceptance”, once payment has been received the “Letter of Acceptance will be issued. Your supplies for your cooking classes are included. The tuition fee of $5500.00 can be paid in full on the first day that you start the course. (Note: You must speak with the Director in advance of paying your tuition, if you are not able to pay the full amount prior to starting classes.).
All fees must be paid in Canadian Dollars (CAD).
Student Complaint Process:
If students have a complaint about any aspect of their training it is their responsibility to first communicate such concerns directly to the person involved, either verbally, in writing, or by phone, or in any manner the student finds comfortable and convenient.
If this fails to remedy the problem, the student is expected to and encouraged to communicate the concerin in an informal manner to the instructor and director of the school.
If this does not resolve the problem, the student must then document and submit the complaint in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Supplies and Study Material
You will need to provide the following for your own use: – 2 three-ring binders (one for modules and one for recipes) – your own pens and pencils – Library card, obtained through a local Edmonton library, for use of all library resources. – You will need proof of address to obtain your Library card, so a receipt for rent or a cell phone bill, utility bill, student permit that has come to your address, etc. will be needed. Textbooks and any other resource materials needed to complete this course will be provided for use in the classroom. [Note: Students are asked not to take this material off the premises without permission and it must be signed out.] As students proceed through the course, new materials will also be handed out [and then hole-punched and inserted into their binders.