Class sizes are limited to encourage a great learning environment and personal instruction. Deposits are non-refundable and will hold your seat in the class until 3 days prior to the class start date. Payment must be made in full 3 days prior to class start date to ensure your seat in the class. Enrollment in courses with open seats remaining is allowed as long as payment is made in full by the class start date or other arrangements have been made in writing.
Payments are refundable minus 15% processing fees for a period of 2 days following the payment. Payments are not refundable 2 days after the payment is made or any time after a course has begun.
The Utah EMT Academy strives to provide a safe, positive, and constructive learning environment for the students and staff. We work hard for this and pride ourselves in maintaining an exceptional professional reputation with past students and among our peers. Through years of field experience we know that excellent EMTs are able to get along with others and work as a team. We encourage you to demonstrate this behavior now. We expect you to treat each other respectfully and help each other succeed.
Americans with Disabilities Act Policy
The Utah EMT Academy adheres to all of the regulations set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act. The most up to date information regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act can be obtained online at www.ada.gov or can be obtained from your Instructor, Course Coordinator, or the Owner.
Accommodations will be made in accordance to these regulations.
If you qualify for a disability as outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act please inform a member of the staff and arrangements will be made for any required accommodations.
Allegations of noncompliance with these regulations or this policy can be directed to your Course Coordinator, the Owner, or the Medical Director. Contact information for these individuals is outlined in your class syllabus and schedule.
The Utah EMT Academy is committed in all areas to providing a learning and work environment that is free from harassment. Harassment based upon an individual's sex, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, religion or any other legally protected characteristics will not be tolerated. All employees, including supervisors and other management personnel, are expected and required to abide by this policy. All students and guests are expected and required to abide by this policy. No person will be adversely affected in employment with the employer as a result of bringing complaints of unlawful harassment. No student will be adversely affected in their academic status or progress as a result of bringing complaints of unlawful harassment.
Sexual harassment is behavior of a sexual nature that is unwelcome and offensive to the person or persons it is targeted toward. Examples of harassing behavior may include unwanted physical contact, foul language of an offensive sexual nature, sexual propositions, sexual jokes or remarks, obscene gestures, and displays of pornographic or sexually explicit pictures, drawings, or caricatures. Use of the Utah EMT Academy’s computer system for the purpose of viewing, displaying, or disseminating material that is sexual in nature may also constitute harassing behavior.
If a student or employee feels that he or she has been harassed on the basis of his or her sex, race, national origin, ethic background, or any other legally protected characteristic they should immediately report the matter to their Instructor, Course Coordinator, or employer. If that person is not available, or if the student or employee feels it would be unproductive to inform that person, the student or employee should immediately contact the Course Coordinator, the Owner, and/or the Medical Director. Contact information for these individuals is outlined in your class syllabus and schedule. Once the matter has been reported it will be promptly investigated and any necessary corrective action will be taken where appropriate. All complaints of unlawful harassment will be handled in as discreet and confidential a manner as is possible under the circumstances.
Any employee or student engaging in improper harassing behavior will be subject to disciplinary action, including the possible termination of employment or dismissal from the program.