Student Behavior and Conduct
TFH Safety Solutions & Consulting CDL Program provides quality career training for those students desiring to learn how to operate a Class A vehicle in a proper and safe manner. Students are expected to begin their professionalism from the moment they arrive on day one. Respecting fellow students, the instructors, and the administrative staff will facilitate a positive learning environment for all involved.
The use of any illegal drug or controlled substance while attending TFH Safety Solutions & Consulting CDL Program on or off campus will not be tolerated. Any student found or believed to be doing any type of illegal or controlled substance will be subjected to a mandatory drug and alcohol test, at the student’s expense. If the student tests positive for any of the substances tested, that will be cause for immediate dismissal and loss of all tuition paid. We are clear on our policy regarding drug and alcohol use while at TFH Safety Solutions & Consulting CDL Program.
Disruptive behavior of any type will not be tolerated. Examples can include but are not limited to the following:
- Excessive absences
- Use of cell phone in class, only permitted on breaks
- Undisciplined talking in class
- Sleeping in class
- Negative attitudes
- Coming to school under the influence of alcohol or other drugs
- Verbal threats or violent or unruly behavior
- Bullying or derogatory remarks about other students or faculty
- Sexual or vulgar acts towards peers or school staff
Possession of firearms, incendiary devices, explosives, articles, or substances usable as weapons or means of disruption of legitimate school functions calculated to intimidate, disturb, discomfort, or injure a member of the school community are strictly prohibited.
Cheating, copying the work of another student, falsifying homework assignments, and any other variation of academic dishonesty is prohibited
TFH Safety Solutions & Consulting CDL Program will not tolerate any of the above-mentioned items. Noncompliance of the above-mentioned items are subject to Conduct Suspension or Dismissal. Re-admission for Conduct Suspension or Dismissal will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis by the Director.