Program Completion Requirements
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be awarded a Diploma.
Students are tested at the end of each power point or skills set.
Tests are hands on written and oral. A hands-on test is given
pertinent to the specific skill set or breed of study for that
day. Students are tested on their individual accuracy of styles
that are breed specific. Students are also tested on their homework
assignments, their ability to control the animal, their creative
and artistic ability and their ability to deliver a finished product
in a timely fashion.
Probation and Interruption for Unsatisfactory Progress
Students receiving below a "C", at the end of any month
will be placed on academic probation, for a maximum of two months,
the student will not be recommended for placement until successful
completion. The probation period will last two months, and, during
this period, the grade score must be raised to "C"or better.
Failure to achieve a passing grade during academic probation will
result in termination of enrollment. (Veterans see Attachment N)
Credit for prior learning
Acceptance of credits earned and credit for prior learning
(maximum 50%) at this institution will be at the discretion
of the Director after a demonstration of skills. This testing
is an institutionally developed skills test. (See page 18)
Course numbering system
The prefixes are characters that represent the type of program
and the number represent the sequence in which they are taught.
A clock hour is defined as a period of 60 minutes with a minimum of
50 minutes in the presence of an instructor.
A diploma will be presented to the student that has completed
all clock hours and programs, has passed all tests with a grade
of 70 or above, has paid in full all tuition and costs of equipment
Placement assistance for qualified students.