For qualifying education credit, the Class Attendance Policy specifies that participants must be physically present for at least 90% of the classroom hours in order to receive credit, and receive a passing grade of 75% on the final exam (if applicable). For participants attending a class for continuing education credit, the Class Attendance Policy specifies that participants must be physically present for at least 90% of the classroom hours in order to receive credit.
Written notification of intent to cancel registration must be received via email by both the Course Coordinator and IRWA Headquarters Education Staff (email@example.com) prior to the class start date in order to be eligible for a tuition refund.
All classes scheduled by IRWA are subject to cancellation. All class registrants must contact the Course Coordinator prior to making travel arrangements, keeping in mind that the class may be canceled at any time (for reasons including, but not limited to, insufficient registration, Facilitator emergencies or other issues beyond the control of the chapter and/or IRWA). Fully liquidated damages for any losses incurred by a class registrant are limited solely to a refund of the registrant's prepaid class tuition. IRWA and its chapters assume no other registrant liability resulting from class cancellation.
By agreeing to coordinate a course, the Course Coordinator Agreement provides process and deadlines for marketing material and course material delivery. Other duties include:
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