Student Protection and Disclosures

Admission Requirements

 

EMR Admission Requirements

  • Candidate must be 16 years of age or older

EMT Admission Requirements

  • Candidate must be 18 years of age or older
  • High School Diploma or GED

AEMT Admission Requirements

  • Candidate must be 18 years of age or older
  • Current certification at the EMT-Basic level
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Provider Card

 

Enrollment Policy

Upcoming programs once approved will be posted on our website. These programs will have a list of dates/times and their location(s). Anyone meeting the admission requirements is welcome to enroll into the program. Enrollment in the program requires a full payment of tuition. Students must complete our online enrollment form.

 

Grading Policy

Individual programs may have their own grading guidelines or policies however graduation from our programs require a grade at or above 80%. Homework will account for 40%, exams & tests will account for 40%, and any final exams will account for 20%. Late submissions are allowed but a 20% penalty will be applied. Submissions will not be accepted past the final exam. Grading is managed via an online learning management system that students have access to.

 

Tuition

Tuition includes all associated costs to graduate a program. This tuition does not include fees associated with national/state testing or certification/licensure fees. Tuition is due at the time of enrollment and to confirm a place in any program.

 

Transfer of Credit

We do not accept transfer of credit into our programs.

 

Grievance Policy

Students that have a concern or complaint have the right to file a grievance either with the school or the state of New Hampshire; students are encouraged to utilize this right. The successful operation of the Life Safety Institute LLC presupposes shared common purposes and an awareness of the principles that should guide the conduct and attitudes of those who are part of it.

 

A students first step in filing a grievance is to contact their lead instructor however if the students grievance is about their lead instructor the student is to contact the program director in writing via email.

 

Should the student feel their concern has not been appropriately addressed the student is to contact the Office of Career School Licensing, Department of Education (Telephone: (603) 271 - 6443), 101 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03303 in writing or via their online complaint form (https://my.doe.nh.gov/ESSWEB/HigherEducation/Complaint.aspx). The student should include: their original complaint, their attempt at resolution, the answer to their complaint, and any supporting documentation.

 

Refund Policy

Students who withdraw prior to the start of a program shall be entitled to a full refund, less a 10% administrative fee. Students who withdraw or are dismissed after the start of a program are not entitled to a refund. If a program is canceled, a full refund of the tuition will be issued.

 

Pursuant to Hedc 304.1, All refunds shall be paid within 30 days upon written notification from a student of cancellation or withdrawal; and Students receiving benefits from federal programs shall be subject to federal refund policies, rules and regulations.