Student Code of Conduct
CHC Training Student Code of Conduct
- Arrive on-time to online and in-house courses.
- For courses lasting multiple days, the student will attend class each day (no exceptions).
- Provide thoughtful and respectful contributions to class discussions.
- Prior to the course date, the student will verify enrollment.
- For online courses, provide the necessary means of attending the course (including without limitation, supplying their own computer or similar device, internet access, and other required equipment).
- For online courses, the student will verify that his or her equipment meets the necessary minimum requirements before the course begins.
- Students will verify enrollment in the correct course before the start date.
- Hold in strict confidence all confidential CHC Training (or affiliates or other third party) materials to which they are given access.
- For online courses, immediately notify the course instructor or other CHC Training representative if they know or suspect someone has improperly gained access to confidential login information.
- For online courses, technical difficulties must be reported in a timely fashion before the course begins.
- Be prepared by purchasing and receiving course books and other materials before the online start date.
- Students must make payment at time of enrollment, online or in person.
- In the event that a student cannot complete the course due to unforeseeable circumstances, the student must contact the Training Program Manager. Refunds may be given or denied by CHC Training in its sole discretion, on a case-by-case basis.
(Any failure by CHC Training to enforce or exercise any of the provisions herein shall not constitute a waiver of that right or provision.)
Misconduct and Disciplinary Actions:
1. Acts of dishonesty including, but not limited to, the following: a. Cheating b. Plagiarism c. Submitting the same work for different courses (unless disclosed to and approved by the instructor) d. Furnishing false information to any CHC Training representative, instructor, or administration e. Forgery, alteration, or misuse of CHC Training document, record, or instrument of identification f. Computer piracy g. Duplication or sharing of course access or login information, computer & LMS software, or other means of providing unauthorized computer entry or access to course materials or information h. Infringement of CHC Training’s or any other third party’s intellectual property rights, including but not limited to copyright, trademark, or patent infringement i. Falsified identity when using CHC Training’s online course platform and proctoring system j. Navigating away from the online classroom during the lesson or using outside sources during the course assignments k. Assisting anyone in the commission of any acts stated above
2. Disruption or obstruction of teaching, administration, or other CHC Training activities including public service functions on and off campus, or other events occurring on CHC Training premises.
3. Any activity involving CHC Training technology resources, which knowingly interferes with someone else’s academic freedom or the institution’s goals or policies.
4. Use of the course materials or web platform to upload, post, or otherwise transmit inappropriate material, including but not limited to: materials that infringe any person or entity’s intellectual property rights; unsolicited marketing information; libelous, obscene, deceptive, defamatory, pornographic, racist, sexual, hateful, unlawful or tortious material; advertisements or solicitations of any kind; materials that spreading false information or propaganda, or any other material in violation of CHC Training’s rights or any third-party rights.
5. Removal or modification of any proprietary marking or restrictive legends on course materials or the web platform.
6. Interference with or disruption of the integrity or performance of the web-based service.
7. Attempts to gain unauthorized access to the web based platform or related systems or networks.
8. Publication, resale, lease, transfer, license or other disclosure of the class materials, course login information, or web platform technology or other information without prior written approval of CHC Training.
9. Reverse engineering of web platform technology.
11. Any violation, or attempt to violate, any applicable laws, rules, regulations or other governmental order or mandate in connection with a CHC Training course or materials, including using the information learned or obtained in any CHC Training course for any illegal purpose.
You are solely responsible for all of your actions as they relate to participation in CHC Training courses, including your use of course materials and information; your communications and interactions with other students, instructors, and CHC Training’s members, managers, officers, employees, agents, volunteers, representatives and affiliates; and your access to and use of all web based services and content.