POLICIES & PROCEDURES
1. As a student, you have the right to stop online course work due to unforeseen circumstances.
2. To request a temporary withdrawal, you must submit a written statement, indicating reasons for requesting a temporary withdrawal to the following e-mail address:
3. You are given a total of 45 calendar days after your temporary course withdrawal to resume to your online course work.
4. Your tuition fees will be placed on hold so long as you return to your online coursework within and up to 45 days.
5. On the 46th day of your temporary withdrawal period, you will be administratively withdrawn from the program, and no refund will be issued. You will also have to submit new documentation for consideration of re-entry into this 120 hours online TEFL/TESOL program.
6. Temporary withdrawals are granted once annually.
As a student, you have the right to report any and all concerns that may impact your progression in this course. Therefore, we have specific procedures for you to follow if you ever encounter an issue that needs administrative support.
1. Immediately contact your advisor by e-mail. Your advisor will contact you within one business day to discuss the issue and to work towards a viable solution.
2. If your advisor cannot come to a solution with you, your advisor will immediately contact the program's assistant administrator. The administrator will contact you within one business day after he or she has been notified of the issue.
3. Depending of the severity of the issue, the administrator, along with your student advisor, will arrange a virtual or on campus meeting to discuss the issue at hand. The ultimate goal, however, is to ensure that the issue or concern is fully resolved.
Code of Ethics
Every member of English for a Lifetime Language Institute must, at all times, conduct his or her activities, on campus and online, in accordance with the highest professional and ethical standards. We expect that every TEFL/TESOL teacher in training submit and complete all assignments independent of any other parties. Furthermore, as an academic community, we expect every TEFL/TESOL teacher in training display the utmost respect towards each, including all internal stakeholders. Finally, we require that TEFL/TESOL teachers in training refrain, at all times, from promoting conversations that fall out of scope with the teaching and learning of English language learners. For example, dialogue that involve(s) religious, social, political views, opinions, or persuasions - we deem inappropriate.