School Policy on Admissions, Leaves of Absence, Class Cuts, and Make-up Work
Students are required to attend all weeks of instruction. If a student has an emergency situation that causes the student to miss all or part of a week, that student must notify the program director as soon as possible in order to arrange a make-up session. Leaves of absence are not available.
Admission Requirements for Coaching for Transformation and Reiki System of Natural Healing
COACHING FOR TRANSFORMATION
High School Diploma and 5 years of work experience in any field
REIKI SYSTEM OF NATURAL HEALING
High School Diploma/GED & successful completion of prior Reiki level
Standards of Progress
Students will receive a pass/fail at the end of the course. This will be based on teacher evaluations and exams, which will receive a numeric grade on a scale of 0 to 100.
A student who cancels within 7 days of signing the enrollment agreement but before instruction begins receives all monies returned with the exception of the non-refundable registration fee.
After 7 days, a student will be liable for: the non-refundable registration fee, plus tuition liability as of the student’s last date of physical attendance. Tuition liability is determined by the percentage of the program offered to the student (see chart).
If a student needs to withdraw from a program and would like to request a refund, the student should contact both the program director and the Registration Department manager via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The failure of a student to notify the director in writing of withdrawal may delay refund of tuition due pursuant to Section 5002 of the Education Law.
Credit for Previous Education
Coaching for Transformation & Reiki System of Natural Healing: No previous credit is granted.
School Policy on Student Conduct and Dismissal
Students are expected to conduct themselves as responsible adults and to have respect and consideration for instructors, staff, fellow students, and property. Consequences for improper behavior will vary depending on the severity of the infraction but may result in dismissal from the program.
Specific conduct matters include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Cheating will not be tolerated. If a student is caught cheating on any test, he or she will receive a zero for that test and may be dismissed from the School.
• Theft of any kind will not be tolerated and will result in dismissal.
• Behavior, whether real or perceived, that threatens the physical or emotional safety of another student, chief instructor, or staff, including, but not limited to, intimidation, harassment, racial or sexual innuendoes, verbal or physical abuse, will not be tolerated.
• The use of obscene language will not be tolerated.
Location: Class Space & Facilities
Located at 22 East 30th Street in New York City, the New York Open Center’s classrooms have a seating capacity of up to 140 people. All rooms have high ceilings, and floors are hardwood or wall-to-wall carpeting. Equipment available for instructors can accommodate presentation and audio-visual needs. The building is accessible to people with disabilities.
Student Completion and Job Placement Data
All of the professional trainings at the Open Center provide a student with the necessary training to obtain work in that field, though the Open Center and the Program do not guarantee such employment. If the goal of the program is self-employment in a given field, information regarding rules and regulations, required licenses, professional organizations, and certification requirements are provided during the program by the instructor.
We do not participate in a financial aid program at this time.
Certifications & CEs
Programs offered in the School of Holistic and Professional Learning may qualify to meet the CE requirements of professional accrediting organizations. Please check with your organization. The Open Center provides a Certificate of Attendance and classroom hours if requested by you, for a $15 fee. For questions, please email email@example.com.
College Credit Disclaimer
Licensed private career schools offer curricula measured in clock hours, not credit hours. Certificates of completion, i.e., school diplomas, are issued to students who meet clock hour requirements. The granting of any college credit to students who participated in and/or completed a program at a licensed private career school is solely at the discretion of the institution of higher education that the student may opt to subsequently attend.
The student should be aware that some information in the catalog may change. It is recommended that students considering enrollment check with the school director to determine if there is any change from the information provided in the catalog. In addition, a catalog will contain information on the school’s teaching personnel and courses/curricula offered. Please be advised that the State Education Department separately licenses all teaching personnel and independently approves all courses and curricula offered. Therefore, it is possible that courses/curricula listed in the school’s catalog may not be approved at the time that a student enrolls in the school or the teaching personnel listed in the catalog may have changed. It is again recommended that the student checks with the school director to determine if there are any changes in the courses/curricula offered or the teaching personnel listed in the catalog.
To register a concern or a complaint, please contact the Registration Department Manager in writing at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Students may go directly to the New York State Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision to file a complaint. Website: http://www.acces.nysed.gov/bpss/student-rights
Phone: (212) 643-4760 • Address: NYSED, 116 W. 32nd Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10001