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11. Refund Policy
We believe that our products are of exceptional value and that our clients will be completely satisfied with the content, reliability, and service we provide. Therefore, we offer a 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee – no questions asked. To be eligible for a refund, customers must not have accessed any Final Quiz and/or any Certificate of Completion. No refunds after 30 days of purchase. Administrative fees may apply depending on the case. For single Continuing Education Courses, no refunds after 30 days or if more than 40% of the course has been marked complete.
12. Course Participation Policy
Students who are seeking to obtain a Certificate of Completion must participate and complete each of the exercises and lessons as indicated by the instructor and in the timeframe required to complete each exercise. The grades and lessons are cumulative, and no final exam will be administered to exit the course; therefore, it is imperative that students save their coursework and recordings of all interpreting exercises to demonstrate their full participation and completion of a minimum of 40 hours of training in case we request them. MITS cannot and will not give you credit for similar courses taken elsewhere; therefore, you are required to complete all exercises and all hours to earn your final certificate.
13. Time Limit for Course Completion
For students enrolled in the 40- hours program, the time limit for completing the 40 hours of training (10 core modules) is 12 months from the date of purchase. After the expiration of the course, all modules will be removed from the student’s profile, including all complementary materials. Students who do not complete their course within the one-year timeframe may purchase a one-time Extension of three months for a $100 fee. You will not be eligible for an Extension if your course has been expired for more than 12 months. If the account has been expired for over a year, you will have to pay in full again to regain access.
For students enrolled in a 4-hour Continuing Education class, the time limit for completing the four hours of training is three months from the date of purchase. After the expiration of the class, the module will be removed from the student’s profile. Students who do not complete their class within three months may purchase a one-month Extension for a $15.00 fee. Please contact us for details.
To be eligible for an Extension students must submit their request by email no later than three months after expiration.
14. Final Certificate of Completion Policy
A 40-hour Certificate of Completion will only be issued after participants successfully complete the training program in its entirety. The minimum number of days to complete the 40 hours of training is (6) days. The maximum number of hours to take per day are eight. No final 40-hour Certificate of Completion will be issued sooner than six days after registration or to those exceeding eight hours of content per day.
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