Students may transfer from one class to another (or from seminar section to exam section) by logging on to your student profile on the IPAI website. Any transfer made after registration has closed, including from a seminar to exam or from an exam to seminar, will be assessed a $100 administrative fee. The transfer must be made prior to class starting. See IPAI staff to transfer at a conference or your instructor to transfer at a workshop.
Students must attend 90% of the class hours to achieve the full number of educational hours offered for the course. Anything less than 90% attendance will result in zero hours of credit. Students may not leave until dismissed by the instructor.
Students are expected to be active class participants. Mobile phones should be placed on vibrate, silenced, or turned off. Disruptive behavior will not be tolerated and any student disrupting the class will be asked to leave without refund or course credit.
At all IPAI conferences, examinations will be offered on the third day of class. These dates typically fall on the Wednesday or Friday of the conference. Students who take an exam class on Monday-Tuesday and are registered for an additional class Wednesday-Thursday, must plan to take the exam Friday or on a later date. Students will not be permitted to enter their classes late due to taking an exam. Examinations will not be offered on Tuesday or Thursday night.
Students may log onto their IPAI profile and cancel their registration any time before registration closes without penalty. Your course fees will not be refunded or credited to another course if you cancel a class after registration has closed (registration closes one week before a workshop or conference). A student with a verifiable emergency should contact the IPAI office as soon as possible to discuss their options. If you do not show up for a course, you will not receive a refund or credit to another course.
Exam results will be posted to the my participation tab in their student profiles within seven business days after the conclusion of a workshop or conference and within ten business days after the conclusion of the Spring Conference. Exam grades will not be given over the phone or until a course is paid for. Students must achieve a passing grade of 70% or greater for credit.
The IPAI is committed to ensuring students with disabilities and special circumstances are able to participate in our courses. All reasonable requests for accommodations will be considered. All accommodations will be approved by the Executive Director. A completed request form and accompanying documentation must be submitted at least one month prior to the course for which the request will accommodate. Send all documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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