Pursuant to Ohio Administrative Code Section 3332-1-09, effective January 1, 2017, all Ohio students enrolling in a registered Ohio career college or school will be required to complete the online Student Consumer Information Course.
Akron Testing Laboratory and Welding School will acquire a, $25.00 fee added to tuition, voucher for each student and email said student a link to complete the 5 minute video and survey.
RIGHT TO PRIVACY:
Akron Testing Laboratory and Welding School, Ltd., will not release information about a student’s record without the student’s written consent. The student is guaranteed the right to access their school file by submitting the request in writing at the school’s office. The individual student may see their file at any time during regular office hours.
JUST SAY NO TO DRUGS and WEAPONS POLICY:
To all students attending classes at Akron Testing Laboratory and Welding School:
No smoking, alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs/mood modifiers, or any gambling devices will be allowed in school. Weapons, including licensed, concealed weapons, are prohibited.
Akron Testing Laboratory and Welding School adheres to a policy of non- discrimination in employment and educational programs/activities and strives affirmatively to provide equal opportunity for all. A student who has a reasonable and good faith belief of being the subject of discrimination, bullying or harassment because of gender, race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, political beliefs, marital status, age, sexual orientation, social and family background, linguistic preference, pregnancy or disability shall communicate in writing the allegation(s) to the School Director.
Akron Testing Laboratory and Welding School cannot guarantee employment. The School’s placement office maintains contact with local employers currently seeking qualified welders. All students wishing aid in finding employment should contact the school Director or Assistant Director. They will aid the student in setting up appointments to meet with potential employers.
A student may cancel enrollment at any time, in writing, and will owe only the amount of clock hours taken. However, a student’s enrollment may be terminated for failure to comply with school rules, not meeting enrollment requirements, failure to make payments, and absenteeism.
Students are expected to become familiar with all fire and other emergency evacuation routes and procedures. Evacuation routes are diagrammed and posted in all areas. The locations of fire extinguishers are also shown. First-aid kits are in instructor's offices. A discussion of emergency procedures is conducted during class orientation.
All cases of illness or injury to a student should be promptly reported to the instructor or to the School's director.