Admission Requirements - Apprenticeship
Licensed Trades: Registered apprentices interested in enrolling in the related instruction courses for licensed trades need to provide proof of registration upon application by submitting a copy of current apprenticeship card as well as including sponsor contact information in the Company section of the application. Interested applicants who have completed apprenticeship related instruction courses or vocational training at other institutions should also submit transcripts of all previously completed coursework.
Non-Licensed Trades: Persons interested in registering for related courses in a non-licensed trade as outlined in this catalog (carpentry, masonry) do not need to be registered apprentices to apply to the program, however, those registered as apprentices with the Department of Labor should provide the same proof as indicated above.
Apprenticeship Grading Policy
Test scores in the apprenticeship program are based on the percentage of correctly answered questions of total questions on exams. Grading schedule is as follows:
- 100% - 90%= A
- 89% - 80% = B
- 79% - 70%= C
- 69% - 60%= D
- 59 and below = F
- Passing is a grade 70% or higher.
Attendees with test scores under the passing percentage can elect to re-take the test. The reported grade will be the average of the two.
Admission Requirements - Other Course Types
Unless course description indicates license requirement, persons registering for courses should be employed in the construction industry or have construction experience.
Description of Tuition & Fees
Tuition for courses other than Apprenticeship/Craft Training include a $25 nonrefundable registration fee and the cost for course materials unless otherwise noted. Apprenticeship/Craft Training tuition includes a $250 nonrefundable registration fee and the cost for course book.
Late registrations may be permitted for apprenticeship courses and all inquiries should be made to the Education Director. Registration for other courses will not be accepted after the course begins.
Apprenticeship: Students are required to attend all classes, thereby completing the required hours per year of classroom instruction. If a student has more than 4 absences during the year, the student must meet with the Director to evaluate the situation. If the problem can be rectified, the student may continue in the program. If the problem cannot be resolved, the student will be required to meet with the Education Committee. The committee will then evaluate the situation and decide whether to dismiss the student from the program. This policy will be strictly enforced. Students may be required to complete make-up classes at their expense for proper completion of required course work.
The school reserves the right to dismiss any student whose conduct is deemed to be unsatisfactory. Unsatisfactory conduct may be theft, use of alcohol or illegal drugs on the school premises, failure to abide by school regulations, assault upon another student or a staff member, destruction of property, insubordination to a faculty or staff member, disruption of classes or activities, students who are found in possession of or under the influence of drugs or alcohol on school premises, students who threaten or deliver any student or staff member with physical harm and students who willfully destroy school property will be immediately dismissed.
All programs and courses are measured in clock hours. Students who complete any individual course or group of courses will receive a transcript documenting hours completed. Also, a certificate of completion will be issued upon completion of an apprenticeship level with number of hours. Student will receive a diploma upon completion of the entire term of apprenticeship. All tuition must be paid before a certificate, diploma or transcript can be issued.
Construction Education Center, Inc. does not provide employment assistance, nor does it guarantee employment to any student.
Centrally located in Rocky Hill, Connecticut, the Construction Education Center, Inc. can be easily found off of Exit 24 from I-91. Our training facilities include an 800 square foot classroom at this location. Additionally, the CEC rents classroom space at locations throughout Connecticut in order to provide increased accessibility to the courses provided.
CEC Training Room
2138 Silas Deane Highway,Suite 101
Rocky Hill, CT
Termination by CEC
The school reserves the right to terminate any student prior to course completion upon determination that the student is not complying with school conduct policies, failure to make any financial payments, unsatisfactory academic progress and attendance. A student who has been dismissed for unsatisfactory conduct may be considered for readmission at the discretion of the school administration according to the Appeal and Reinstatement policies found in the School's Course Catalog. Students may also file official complaints according to the procedures described in the catalog under Student Complaint procedures. Tuition charges in cases of termination will be made in accordance with the school’s cancellation and refund policy.
Withdrawal by Student
A student may voluntarily withdraw from the program and should notifying the CEC in writing. Please refer to refund policy. Appropriate transcript will be provided.
Professional Development Courses: Tuition will be refunded less $25.00 up through one week prior to the first class date. Cancellations after this time will not be refunded.
Safety: Tuition will be refunded less $25.00 up through one week prior to the first class date. Cancellations after this time will not be refunded.
Apprenticeship: Tuition will be refunded less $250.00 up through one week prior to the first class date. Cancellations after this time will not be refunded. Monies will be refunded within forty five days of notice of cancellation.
Class Scheduling Policy
CEC reserves the right to cancel any course or class due to circumstances beyond CEC’s control, such as insufficient enrollment or inclement weather. In these instances, all tuition will be refunded or class rescheduled to a later date.
Student can file a complaint with the Construction Education Center's Director of Education. The Director will review the complaint and resolve the issue. If the complaint cannot be resolved, the student can formally submit a complaint with the Connecticut Commissioner of Higher Education in writing to; Office of Higher Education, 450 Columbus Boulevard, Suite 510, Hartford, CT. 06103. Or by phone (860) 947-1816.
The Construction Education Center does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, age or other protected class in any aspect of administration or its educational and admission policies or practices.