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ARE YOU A FIRST NATIONS STUDENT APPLYING THROUGH ATOSKEWIN SUCCESS CENTRE?

If YES,PLEASE DISREGARD THE CONTRACT INFORMATION BELOW. Simply date and verify at the bottom AND HIT THE "SEND EMAIL" BUTTON. You will be contacted by the Institute. DO NOT PAY THE APPLICATION FEE ASKED FOR AT THE END OF THIS APPLICATION.
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It is important that you understand the following prior to signing this contract:

Program Information:

Program Title: 2200 Hour Advanced Massage Therapy Program Independent Learning / On Campus (Year One)
Total Hours: 1100 Total Days: 213 (-) Total Holidays: 20 (=) Total Academic Days: 193

Total Weeks: 34 (-) Holiday / OP Weeks: 4 (=)
Total Academic Weeks: 30

Total Class Hours per Day: 6.8 (AVG)
Total Practicum Hours per Week: 3 (=)
Avg 7.4 Hours per Day
*based on 17 hours in class per week, three hours in practicum per week, over five days per week.

Program Information:
A detailed course outline will be provided on the first day of each class. The outline will include evaluation criteria and a detailed description of material covered in each class. These are considered an extension of the Policies and Procedures.

School Holidays:
To be announced.

Courses:

Massage Theory and Practical
Remedial Exercise
Medical Terminology
Pathology
Systems Anatomy and Physiology
Musculoskeletal Anatomy
Neurobiology
Pharmacology
Joint Mobilizations
Research


Fees:
Registration Fee: $ 50.00 (1st year only) Books and Supplies: approx $2,000.00
Total Tuition: $8,900.00 total Amount approx $10,900.00

Extension Fees: If a student does not complete the program within the contract period and chooses to extend the contract in order to complete the program, an extension fee of $8.90 per hour may apply.

A penalty fee of $50 will be charged for each late payment. Grades will be withheld and suspension may occur if payment is deferred for a period longer than 14 days. Dismissal may occur if payment is deferred for a period longer than 45 days. A $40 non sufficient fund fee will be charged for any bounced cheques deposited.

Student Registration Fees
In accordance with section 14 (1-4) of The Private Vocational Schools Regulations, 2014.
(1) An operator of a Category I school may charge a student a registration fee only where:
(a) The registration fee is stipulated in the student contract; and
(b) The registration fee does not exceed the lesser of:
(i) $75; and
(ii) 10% of the total tuition fee payable pursuant to the student contract.
(2) Other than a registration fee imposed pursuant to subsection (1), a student is not required to pay any amount with respect to a program or course more than three months prior to the date that the program or course is to commence.
(3) Subject to subsection (4), an operator of a Category I school shall credit any registration fee paid by a student against the tuition fee payable pursuant to the student contract once the student commences the program or course contracted for.
(4) An operator of a Category I school may retain any registration fee charged pursuant to the student contract where:
(a) The student does not commence a program or course on the date specified in the student contract for commencement for any reason not attributable to the school; and
(b) The student does not notify the operator:
(i) Of the reason for the student’s absence; and
(ii) Of the student’s intention to take the program or course despite the student’s absence.
5 Jan 96 cP-26.2 Reg 1 s14.

Refund of Student Fees
In accordance with section 15 (1-3) of The Private Vocational Schools Regulations, 2014.
(1) An operator of a Category I school shall immediately refund to a student all amounts paid to the operator pursuant to the student contract where any of the following circumstances occurs:
(a) At the time the student contract was entered into, the operator did not have a certificate of registration;
(b) The program or course contracted for was not approved by the minister pursuant to the Act and these regulations;
(c) The operator or his or her employees made a false or misleading statement regarding the program or course contracted for, or the nature of the student contract, that induced the student to enter into the student contract.
(2) Where an operator of a Category I school has failed to fully deliver a program or course contracted for, the minister may require the operator to:
(a) Refund unearned tuition fees paid to the student; or
(b) Make up the deficiency in the program or course.
(3) Nothing in this section is to be construed as abrogating or limiting in any way the rights and remedies that a student otherwise has at law with respect to a breach by an operator of a student contract with that student.
5 Jan 96 cP-26.2 Reg 1 s15

Course Withdrawal:
In accordance with section 16 (1-9) of The Private Vocational Schools Regulations, 2014.
16(1) If a student commences a program or course contracted for and provides written notice to an operator of a Category I school that he or she intends to cease taking the program or course, the operator may retain the applicable proportion, in accordance with subsection (2), of the tuition fee payable for the program or course.
(2) If, at the time notice is given:
(a) 20% or less of the hours of instruction for the program or course have been delivered, the operator may retain 25% of the tuition fee payable;
(b) more than 20% but 50% or less of the hours of instruction for the program or course have been delivered, the operator may retain 60% of the tuition fee payable; or
(c) more than 50% of the hours of instruction for the program or course have been delivered, the operator may retain 100% of the tuition fee payable.
(3) If a student is absent from a program or course for 10 consecutive days without advising the operator of the Category I school of the reason for the student’s absence or the student’s intention to continue the program or course, the operator shall immediately provide written notice to the student that the operator will retain, pursuant to subsection (5), a proportion of the tuition fee payable for the program or course contracted for unless the student, within five days of receipt of the notice:
(a) continues the program or course; or
(b) provides the operator of the Category I school with a notice in writing of his or her intention to continue the course.
(4) The operator shall send the written notice mentioned in subsection (3) by registered mail addressed to the most recent permanent address that the student has provided to the operator.
(5) If a written notice is provided to a student pursuant to subsection (4) and the student does not continue with the program or course or does not provide, within five days of receipt of the notice, the Category I school with written notice of his or her intention to continue the program or course, the operator may retain the applicable proportion, in accordance with subsection (6), of the tuition fee payable for the program or course contracted for.
(6) If, on the tenth consecutive day that a student has been absent from a program or course:
(a) 20% or less of the hours of instruction for the program or course have been delivered, the operator may retain 25% of the tuition fee payable;
(b) More than 20% but 50% or less of the hours of instruction for the program or course have been delivered, the operator may retain 60% of the coition fee payable; or
(c) More than 50% of the hours of instruction for the program or course have been delivered, the operator may retain 1005 of the tuition fee payable.
(7) If part of a tuition fee is retained by an operator of a Category I school:
(a) Pursuant to subsection (1), the operator shall refund the balance of the tuition fee, if any, to the student who paid the tuition fee within 30 days after the notice mentioned in subsection (1) is given;
(b) Pursuant to subsection (5), the operator shall refund the balance of the tuition fee, if any, to the student who paid the tuition fee within 30 days after the five-day period mentioned in subsection (3) has expired.
(8) For the purposes of this section, a written notice sent pursuant to subsection (4) is deemed to have been received by a student on the fifth day after it was mailed, unless the student establishes that through no fault of his or her own that it was received at a later date.
(9) If a student has paid for but not received any texts, books or other instructional material or equipment on the day the operator becomes eligible to retain part of the student’s tuition fee pursuant to this section, the operator shall refund to the student the moneys the student has paid for those texts, books and other instructional material and equipment.
5 Jan 96 cP-26.2 Reg 1 s16

Student Appeal:
Process available within the school following the Dispute Resolution model outlined in School Policies and Procedures. “Private Vocational Schools are registered with the Ministry of Advanced Education which monitors and serves as a support to both school and students.” Inquiries should be directed to:
Advanced Education
Universities and Private Vocational Schools Branch
1120 - 2010 12th Avenue
Regina, SK S4P 0M3
Phone: (306) 787-5763



Are you Eligible for the $500.00 Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship?
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Placement:
Professional Institute of Massage Therapy is prohibited under Section 38 of The Private Vocational Schools Regulations, 2014 from guaranteeing employment to any student or prospective students.

Training Completions Fund:
In accordance with Section 11 and 19 of The Private Vocational Schools Regulations, 2014 the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy contributes to a Training Completion Fund.

Confidentiality Policy:
All efforts will be made by students, faculty, and staff to ensure the privacy of students, faculty, and staff from unnecessary disclosure of information. Breaches of confidentiality may be grounds for disciplinary action.

Student Records:
Student records are collected and maintained by the Administrator; they include application forms complete with former records of training and education, enrollment contracts, grades and evaluations for each class taken, records of any class failures and/or re-takes, records of withdrawal, records of any disciplinary action and attendance records. These documents are subject to review by The Professional Institute of Massage Therapy Administration and Saskatchewan Advanced Education, Employment, and Labour.

Made subject to the provisions of The Private Vocational Schools Regulation, 2014 and Regulations Saskatchewan.

I have read, understood, and received a signed copy of this contract in accordance with Section 24 of The Private Vocational Schools Regulations, 2014. I understand that by signing I agree to and am bound by this contract to all school policies and procedures.

I understand that, due to the nature of my chosen schooling, I have committed myself to the physical and mental demands and declare that I am in good health and will do everything in my power to maintain my health and well-being for the entirety of my attendance at the Professional Institute of Massage Therapy.

Acknowledgement
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I have read the agreement and hereby agree to fully comply with the terms and conditions as set out in this contract.
Acknowledgement that I have read the Agreement and Understand that I am signing contract with obligations to be fulfilled by me. Not agreeing to the terms disclosed will not allow you to attend the Institute.
 Yes, I have Read and will comply  
 No, I do not agree with these terms 
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