NAB College Rules & Regulations for Career Training ProgramsDecember 26, 2022 2023-03-27 19:15
NAB College Rules & Regulations for Career Training Programs
Rules and Regulations
of Our College
Rules & Regulation
NAB College is registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005. Our Diploma Programs and our Post-Graduate Diploma Programs are approved as Vocational programs under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005. Our various Certification Programs do not require approval under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005. The list below shows the programs that are approved under the Act and those that do not require approval:
|Accounting and Payroll Technician (Approved)|
|Business Administration (Approved)|
|Medical Office Administration (Approved)|
|Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) (Approved) (Also Approved by TESL Ontario)|
|Special Needs and Disability Studies (Approved)|
|PG-Diploma in Business Intelligence, Analysis and Project Management (Approved)|
|PG-Diploma in Computer Network and Cyber Security (Approved)|
|PG-Diploma in Mobile Application Developer (Approved)|
Our refund and cancellation policies strictly follow prescribed regulations set out by Ontario Regulation 415/06 for Private Colleges.
OUR REFUND POLICY
Things change, life happens, and sometimes we have to change our plans. Our cancellation and refund policies clearly outline how we deal with refunds and cancellations. We always think it’s good to read these things before you need it, so we have our policy published below.
We will refund all the fees paid by a student under a contract for the provision of a vocational program in the following circumstances:
Our College offers partial refunds to students where reasonable circumstances prevent the completion of program. Students are eligible for a partial refund when a student does not commence (start) the course or program, but has been admitted to a vocational course or program and has paid the fees, provided the student:
A refund is payable in accordance with Ontario Regulations,
PARTIAL REFUNDS: Non-Vocational Programs
PARTIAL REFUNDS: Vocational Programs
In accordance with Ontario Regulations, when vocational program that is less than 12 months in duration, the withdrawal or expulsion occurs during the first half of the program; or in the case of a vocational program that is 12 months or more in duration;
PAYMENT OF REFUNDS
Partial Refunds are offered to students of vocational programs that are offered by mail, on the internet or other means. Our Partial Refund policy is as follows:
The amount of the refund that a private career college shall give a student under subsection (1) of Ontario Regulation 415/06 shall be determined in accordance with the following rules:
Determine the total number of segments in the vocational program for which an evaluation is required;
Of the total number of program segments determined under paragraph 1, determine the number of segments in respect of which an evaluation has been returned to the student;
The amount of the refund that the private career college shall pay the student shall be equal to the full amount of the fees paid in respect of the program less;
An amount that is equal to the lesser of 20 per cent of the full amount of the fees in respect of the program and $500, an
The portion of the fees in respect of the number of segments determined under paragraph 2.
NAB College is not required to give a student any refund if the student, at the time of withdrawal or expulsion, has been evaluated in respect of more than half of the total number of segments in the program.
NO RETENTION OF REFUND
Our College shall not retain, by way of deduction or set-off, any refund of fees payable to a student in order to recover an amount owed by the student in respect of any service or program other than a vocational program offered by the private career college.
TREATMENT OF BOOKS AND EQUIPMENT
In calculating a refund our College may retain the retail cost of books or equipment that the private career college supplied to the student if the student;
REFUND FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
If we are notified by or on behalf of an international student that the student has not been issued a temporary resident visa as a member of the student class under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada) is deemed to be,
REFUND POLICY FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS FOR NON-VOCATIONAL PROGRAM
We retain $500 Maximum of the full amount paid plus the bank fees for re-transfer the remaining amount. However, the Letter of Acceptance is not refundable. If we are dealing with the recruiter, on behalf of the student with authorization from the student we shall ask the recruiter to read our policy refund for the non-vocation program beforehand. If the recruiter is aware of the policy refund regarding our non-vocational program, the recruiter is entitled to sign a letter of refund and obtain the remaining amount under the conditions that the recruiter sign the letter of the request of refund and act on behalf of the student and again with the authorization of the student.