Admissions and Enrollment

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The School may decide to postpone a program start date. Postponement of a starting date requires a written agreement signed by the student and the School. The agreement will set forth whether the postponement is for the convenience of ETI or the student; and the deadline for the new start date, beyond which the start date will not be postponed. If the course is not commenced, or the student fails to attend by the new start date set forth in the agreement, the student will be entitled to an appropriate refund of prepaid tuition and fees within 30 days of the deadline in accordance with the school’s refund policy and all applicable laws and Rules concerning the Private Occupational Educational Act of 1981.

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ETI does not offer a leave of absence due to the short length and importance of attendance in the program. If a student has to withdraw from the program for any reason, he or she may request admission to an upcoming cohort; determined at ETI’s discretion, based on seat availability and in accordance with any prevailing guidance from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Active Duty or Reservists who are called to duty, may be considered for a leave of absence if he/she is required to leave the immediate area. If the period of time needed exceeds that which is allowed in the leave of absence policy, and the future professional must withdraw due to their service agreement, the re-enrolment fee shall be waived providing the future professional returns within 30 days following the end of his/her service agreement.

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ETI’s program requires students to be fully involved and committed to the intensive work required in order to be successful. Upon enrollment, students are made aware of all significant programs related requirements. If a student cannot commit to the significant program’s requirements, he or she will not be eligible for the program. Students are strongly advised to listen and take direction from instructors and advisors in order to achieve optimal levels of success in this program and greater success post graduation.

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Students will receive a Certificate of Completion when they have completed all the program
requirements. A graduate must have successfully completed all course objectives and have satisfied all financial obligations. Graduates may request a copy of their certificate of completion or transcripts by coordinating with the School Administrator at

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All ETI students are expected to act professionally & collaboratively with their fellow students and all other ETI staff at all times. Abusive or harassing behavior will not be tolerated and students who violate this policy will be disciplined, up to and including withdrawal from the program without the option to return.

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ETI’s Training Programs are very intense, each requires consistent attendance and dedication. Students who do not meet the attendance requirements of the program as defined in the ETI Catalog will be dismissed. Students also understand that the expected out-of-class assignments commitment will be approximately 30 hours per week. In addition, there are four mandatory “meet-ups” during the program. Students will be notified of the dates of mandatory meetups at the time of enrollment or as dates become available. Due to the length of the programs ETI will dismiss a student from a program after being absent without prior approval after three (3) days and/or being late 4 days without prior approval. ETI makes it clear to all students the importance of being present. Students who are dismissed due to attendance policy violations are allowed to request readmission to an upcoming cohort.

First absence: The student will be contacted by ETI and reminded of attendance policy.

Second absence: The student is placed on attendance probation and will be given a warning of possible program dismissal.

Third absence: The student will be dismissed from the program and required meet with ETI todiscuss the student’s future at the institution or a prorated refund, if applicable, will be provided.

Students who are late: Are responsible for making up the time and work they missed before the end of the day. All students can remain in the classroom until 10 p.m. or as allowed by the instructor and Chief Academic Officer (CAO) for each facility.