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Training Program>Cancellation Policy

Enrollment, Postponement, & Cancellation Policy

Minimum Enrollment

A minimum enrollment threshold for paying participants is set for each individual course by the Director of Training. In order to ensure both financial viability and adequate class size for the best possible learning experience, a course will commence as scheduled only if the minimum threshold is met or exceeded no less than 30 days prior to the scheduled start, or as otherwise approved by SPI.

The minimum enrollment threshold for SPI Workshops and Trainings is typically 22 paying participants, however this number is subject to change under the discretion of The Office of The Registrar.

The Office of the Registrar may still not officially confirm course commencement until the 30 day deadline, even if student enrollment exceeds the minimum threshold prior to that date.  Course participants must refer to the applicable details page on the SPI website for the course in which they are enrolled, to ascertain actual deadline when notice will be given.

Course dates, times, locations, and Trainers are subject to change only if absolutely necessary, and participants will be contacted in due time if any changes are made.  The Office of the Registrar will disseminate status of course commencement to all officially enrolled participants no less than 30 days prior to the scheduled start. Participants are instructed not make any travel arrangements until official notice from SPI regarding course commencement is received. 

Course participants should contact studentservices@sensorimotor.org before making travel arrangements to attend the first scheduled course date.

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Course Postponement

In the event the minimum enrollment threshold for a course is not exceeded by the 30 day deadline, SPI reserves the right to postpone or cancel said course.  All officially enrolled participants will be notified in due time via e-mail if the course in which they are enrolled is postponed or cancelled.

In the event a course is postponed SPI may attempt to reschedule course dates to allow more time to increase enrollment and exceed the minimum threshold.  Some of the originally scheduled course dates may remain intact, new dates may also be added, and all officially enrolled participants may remain on course roster if they so choose.  Participants may transfer their enrollment to another course equivalent so long as enrollment for that course is officially open.

Participants enrolled in a course that has been postponed are eligible to receive a full refund of any tuition payments (excluding the nonrefundable application fee).  Participants who transfer their enrollment to another course will abide by the terms and conditions of that course.  The Office of the Bursar will award any refunds that may be due.

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Course Cancellation

In the unlikely event an SPI course is cancelled outright, all scheduled dates will be eliminated.  Participants enrolled in a course that has been cancelled have the option of transferring their enrollment to another course equivalent so long as enrollment for that course is officially open.  Participants who choose not to transfer their enrollment will be removed from the official course roster.  A future course may be available in the region, but details will depend on a myriad of factors determined by SPI.

Participants enrolled in a course that has been cancelled are eligible to receive a full refund of any tuition payments (excluding the nonrefundable application fee).  Participants who transfer their enrollment to another course will abide by the terms and conditions of that course.  The Office of the Bursar will award any refunds that may be due.

The Office of the Registrar manages all aspects of the Postponement & Cancellation Policies: registration@sensorimotor.org.

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