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Massage School Policies

Each Student is personally responsible for all information about massage therapy school policies at the Central Florida School of Massage Therapy contained in the Student Catalog and the Student Handbook. Both publications should be read carefully. If a student has any questions regarding the school's policies and procedures, he/she should contact the school Director's Office. The school will make every effort to answer these questions. Failure to read and understand these policies and procedures does not relieve a student of his/her responsibility to adhere to these policies, or of the consequences of going against school policies. Any massage therapy school policy changes at the Central Florida School of Massage Therapy will be kept on file in the Director's office, posted in the school library, and distributed to all enrolled students.

Students are encouraged to make constructive suggestions to the faculty and the Director's Office regarding massage therapy school policies and procedures at the Central Florida School of Massage Therapy, as well as academic curriculum. The Central Florida School of Massage Therapy is committed to providing the best education possible and recognizes that student input should be taken into consideration in the academic and massage therapy school policy decision-making process. The School asks that students take time to make their concerns heard, whether in person, through an instructor, or on course evaluations.

Substance Abuse

The primary focus of the massage therapy school policies at the Central Florida School of Massage Therapy is to provide a healthy learning environment and to promote the enhancement of health and well-being. Any abuse of alcohol or controlled substances (illegal or legal drugs) is inconsistent with our overall intent. The School has an obligation to comply with federal, state, and local legislation regarding the use and abuse of alcohol and illegal drugs.

All enrolled students are prohibited from using, abusing, possessing, exchanging, selling and/or distributing any controlled substances and from using alcohol while on the school campus or during school sponsored activities. Students are also prohibited from coming to school, working in the Clinic, or engaging in any other school-sponsored activities while under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs. Any student who is observed violating this massage therapy school policy will be reported to the Director and will be subject to immediate expulsion from the program.

Disciplinary Procedures

The Central Florida School of Massage Therapy reserves the right to revise these Disciplinary Procedures at its sole discretion. If and when they are revised, the new Disciplinary Procedures shall then be applicable to all current students, whenever they enrolled. All proceedings will follow due process and be conducted in good faith and in a fair and reasonable manner, allowing the student involved a reasonable and meaningful opportunity to be heard. A student may request an appeal in writing from the Director of Education for a reevaluation of any disciplinary action recommended. Please follow the massage therapy school policy procedures outlined in the Student Handbook.

Complaint Policy

Student concerns or complaints should first be brought to the attention of an appropriate instructor. Complaints that are not satisfactorily resolved at this level should be submitted in writing to the School Administrator. Written response will be given within 10 working days.

Dress/Hygiene Policy

The Central Florida School of Massage Therapy considers the classroom to be a serious learning environment. The school requires that students dress in a comfortable but appropriate manner, including no bare midriffs, no exposed cleavage, and no exposed armpits. The school requires that students wear the shirt provided by the school and slacks or walking shorts and shoes with closed toes while working in the school's Clinic. Good personal hygiene is mandatory.

Universal Precautions Policy

Massage therapy requires hands-on techniques. Our massage therapy school policies require students to comply with standard practice safeguards to prevent the spread of infectious conditions. The Central Florida School of Massage Therapy informs our students about any infectious illnesses and skin conditions we are aware of in the school or classroom and practices safeguards to protect students and others from the spread of disease. Faculty and Clinic Supervisors are available to answer any questions regarding infectious conditions encountered during the course of training. See the Student Handbook for more details.

Freedom of Information Policy with Respect to Student Records

Each student has the right to inspect and review his/her educational records. Educational records are defined as any files, documents or other materials maintained by the Central Florida School of Massage Therapy, Inc. which contain information directly related to an individual student. These include but are not limited to records of attendance and educational performance. Educational records do not include records made by a physician, psychiatrist, psychologist, or other recognized professional in connection with treatment of the student. These are not available to anyone other than the providers and/or the student.

If a student wishes to request corrections to the contents of his/her educational records, the student must provide a written statement of how the records are incorrect and include specific evidence of the accuracy of this statement. The statement must be sent by a traceable form of mail to the Administrator at the Central Florida School of Massage Therapy. The Administrator will investigate the situation and make a decision. The Central Florida School of Massage Therapy, Inc. reserves the right to release a student's educational records in the following situations:

With the student's written, signed and dated consent;
To Central Florida School of Massage Therapy, Inc. officials who have a legitimate educational interest;
To officials of other schools where the student seeks admittance;
In connection with a Financial Aid application;
In compliance with judicial order or a lawfully issued subpoena.
To state and local authorities; and/or
When necessary to protect the health or safety of the student and/or others;

The Central Florida School of Massage Therapy, Inc. retains documentation of all individuals requesting and receiving access to student records. If the Central Florida School of Massage Therapy, Inc. complies with a request for information and releases a student's information for any purpose, the school will provide the student with notice of when this information will be released and what information will be included. The school will also provide the student with an opportunity to block inclusion of any specific information.

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