Page 32 - CLP_Online_Catalog 2017
P. 32

Re-Enrollment Policy
Students who are dismissed from the Communications Lineworker Program, due to a violation of the SLTC Program Policy, may appeal their dismissal in writing within  ve (5) calendar days to the school President. If the school President accepts the appeal the student may re-enroll the next or subsequent term. Tuition for students who re-enroll into the program will be pro-rated to when the student was terminated.
Satisfactory Progress Policy
Students are expected to maintain satisfactory progress in academics (at least 70% in each academic course),  eld competencies and certi cations completed in the scheduled time frame, and behavior scores must not exceed the required limits. Formal evaluations, will occur at 3 & 6 weeks in order to monitor satisfactory progress. Spot evaluations will be made at any time to students demonstrating
a de ciency in academics and/or physical performance and/or a itude. Any student not maintaining satisfactory progress will be subject to the probation policies and timelines listed below.
In no case shall the students training time exceed the maximum time allowance of 230 clock hours to complete the program.
Probation Policy
Probation is given to the student when satisfactory progress is not maintained. Students will receive verbal and wri en noti cation of
their probation status. This status is given
with the intent to inform the student on how to best improve performance and succeed in the program. A time frame will be determined as to when satisfactory progress must be achieved. If student fails to improve in his/her de ciency, the student will be terminated without refund from the program.
Grievance/Complaint Policy
Student complaints or concerns should  rst be brought to the a ention of his/her instructor. This may be an informal, private discussion.
If the instructor cannot handle the complaint or concern, it should be directed to the Training Director in writing. The Training Director will return a wri en response to the student within  ve working days.
The Training Director will notify the President/ CEO, George Nelson, that there is a grievance. Southeast Lineman Training Center will make every e ort within school policy to resolve the grievance fairly and quickly.
If the grievance is not resolved on the institutional level the student may contact the Georgia Non-Public Post-Secondary Education Commission.
Dress Code
In the  eld and in the classroom: SLTC grey long sleeve shirts are required. Pants should be of durable fabric (denim, wool, etc.). Boots must be leather and cover at least two inches of the ankle. Safety glasses (Sha erproof, ANSI
standard Z87) are to be worn when there is a threat of eye injury. Students are encouraged to dress comfortably. Any a ire that is considered o ensive by faculty or other students will be restricted. Any clothing (or behavior) that inhibits this environment will not be acceptable.
Request for Transcripts
Graduates may obtain o cial transcripts at no cost by submi ing a wri en, signed request. The request should include the date, where the transcripts are to be sent, and a signature. The request may be faxed or mailed to SLTC.
Student Records Policy
SLTC will maintain student records permanently. However, for those students who are denied entry records will remain on  le for at least one year. These records, at a minimum, will include: a wri en record of previous education and training; a list of courses taken with credit and/or grades received; dates of a endance; a record of any certi cate, diploma or degree earned, and other pertinent information.
Leave of Absence Policy
Students who must take a leave of absence will fall into one of two categories.
If a student has incurred a hardship beyond
his/her control (e.g. accident, an extended illness, or a family tragedy), which has resulted in absenteeism beyond the 2 days that are allo ed

   30   31   32   33   34