23 Clyde Rd Suite 201 Somerset NJ 08873

COURSE DURATION

This page outlines the school duration policy, which also is annotated in the school registration form, field mentoring agreement, and course catalog. The time frame requirements to complete both the classroom and field mentoring training are strictly enforced without exception. Students do not have unlimited time to complete the course.

CERTIFICATES

In order to receive certificate(s) of completion, this school requires STUDENTS to be in attendance for a minimum of 140 hours of classroom training and 40 hours of unpaid field-based inspections within the school duration guidelines. Failure to complete either within these guidelines will result in removal from the program and no certificates will be issued. 

CLASSROOM TRAINING

Any classes missed can be made up during the next ten (10) week cycle immediately following the STUDENT Course End Date. This will be known as the STUDENT Make-Up Cycle. Any classes not made up within that time will result in an incomplete and will result in removal from the program. If STUDENTS are removed from the program for any reason, they must reapply to reenter the program as a new STUDENT.  STUDENTS can apply for an extension, any request for extensions must be made in writing prior to the end of the STUDENT Make-Up Cycle. All requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and can allow the STUDENT up to six (6) months to complete the course. 

FIELD MENTORING TRAINING

STUDENTS have six (6) months from the time they receive access to the Field Training Online Scheduler to complete the required 40 hours of unpaid field-based inspections. All STUDENTS will receive an additional three (3) month grace period to complete their required training inspections. During this grace period, STUDENTS will be required to pay $50 per inspection. If, after nine (9) months from the time access was granted to the Field Training Online Scheduler, the STUDENT has not completed the required 40 hours of unpaid field-based inspections, they will receive an incomplete and will be removed from the program. If STUDENTS are removed from the program for any reason, they must reapply to reenter the program as a new STUDENT. Any requests for extensions must be made in writing prior to the end of the three (3) month grace period and will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Extensions, if granted, will extend the time frame by three (3) months giving STUDENTS up to twelve (12) months to complete the field mentoring portion of the training.

To fulfill the field mentoring requirements of the training, students must submit the Direct On-Site Supervision Form (page 9), Student Field Training Log, and Training Report(s) for each completed training inspection. These documents must be completed and submitted within the specified timeframe without exceptions. Failure to meet these deadlines will result in the removal of students from the program.

Please note that NJAHI® does not provide preferential treatment to any STUDENT when scheduling field training inspections. It is the STUDENT’S responsibility to check SuperSaas daily and ensure their availability for field training inspections. NJAHI® shall not be liable for any STUDENT’S failure to attend field training inspections within their nine (9) month allotted time frame due to their unavailability.

SCHOOL ATTENDANCE & DURATION POLICY

 This policy adheres to the state’s guidelines and aims to be equitable and unbiased for all STUDENTS. STUDENTS should be aware that they not have unlimited time to complete the training. All training must be completed within the duration specified in the school’s policy, as described above in the course registration form, course catalog, and field mentoring agreement. If a STUDENT is removed from the program for any reason, they must reapply to reenter the program as a new STUDENT, and will be responsible for all associated fees. There are NO exceptions.