Terms & Conditions
All students are required to pay a deposit of $5,000 to ensure your spot for this course.
The remaining balance will need to be paid in full 1 week before training starts.
Student is acknowledged that any in-class activities including pictures and videos may be used for the training material and/or social media publication.
* Live Model Option has to be registered at least 30 days in advanced to process the state license for the live model procedures. The live model fee is not including the state fee.
* Late enrollment into any of our courses from 2 weeks on before scheduled training will need to be paid in full*
To ensure that students are serious about enrolling in our training courses, we do not offer refunds once a student has already registered for a training course. There will be no exceptions for refunds once the student has registered for class. Students may switch to a different training date 3 weeks before the original sign up date.
Live Model Option: This is the option for the student to work on the live models (2-4 models) during the training course. The fee above will cover the licensing fee to the state of MN. Licensing approval process is at a minimum of 10 business days. The student may provide your own models or we will provide the models upon request.
We require all students to complete a bloodborne pathogens certification before attending our courses. Please visit http://www.health.state.mn.us/ to find out which certifications are accepted in the state of MN.
*If you are attending from out of state, please check out your state's health department website for the correct information*
*Students are responsible for checking with his/her State Health Department or Local Jurisdiction for his/her license requirement process.
If you are also registering for our apprenticeship program, Our training courses are independent from apprenticeship. Course Registration Fees are Non Refundable.
Students taught in English must be proficient in English. To be proficient means a student is able to competently speak, listen to, write in, and use English to perform tasks independently. Students should have the ability to comprehend textbooks, theoretical and practical instruction, and to communicate with instructors and clients in the classroom and school clinic.