Cancellation requests must be made by email or calling The Workforce Education and Economic Development department two full business days (or as specified for an individual program) prior to the scheduled educational activity. No refunds will occur after the cancellation deadline or after the class has started. No shows do not constitute a cancellation. Students who register and pay in full for an educational activity, but do not attend, forfeit the entire registration fee. Online classes are not refundable once the student’s registration has been processed.
The Workforce Education and Economic Development department may accept a petition for refund of tuition after a class cancellation date for extreme exceptional circumstances that prohibited a student’s ability to officially withdraw. The student must be able to provide clear documentation of the extenuating circumstances. These circumstances may include, but not limited to, serious illness of self or an immediate family (father, mother, spouse, sibling or child), call to or enlistment in active military duty, death and other emergency circumstances or extraordinary situations. Acceptance of petition will be at the discretion of The Workforce Education and Economic Development.
The Workforce Education and Economic Development department reserves the right to cancel or reschedule any educational activity due to an insufficient number of registrants or for any reason deemed necessary. If a program is cancelled by The Workforce Education and Economic Development Departments, a full refund will be provided.
For all requests please contact:
The Workforce Education and Economic Development, Health Sciences: 954-201-6768 .
A certificate will be given to all participants who have completed the course and registration requirements. The certificates will be given out by the faculty member at the end of the last class session. Be sure to get your certificate at the conclusion of the course. Participants must attend the entire offering. Partial hours/credit can not be given. Late arrival or early departure will result in the loss of all hours/credit.
Note: There is a $5 charge for duplicate certificates.
Attendance is mandatory on all scheduled course dates. Late arrival or early departure may result in a loss of money paid for the course; student will receive a non satisfactory grade for the course.
Fees may vary according to the type of offering and contact hours of the class. Florida State Legislation mandates that those students who have not been a resident in the State of Florida for at least one (1) year, may have to pay out-of-state fees for certain courses. Residency is verified at the time of registration.
In the event a class is canceled or rescheduled, changes in room assignment, as well as those marked "TBA," will be posted at the class location.
When attending courses, you will be expected to provided your professional license number, along with a #2 pencil and a pen for signing the attendance sheet. A sweater may be needed for your comfort. If textbooks are required, they will be available at the bookstore located on the central campus in building 19. Offerings listed online are subject to change.