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T and L Welding Academy reserves the right to make changes to its policies and procedures through
appropriate School processes. Students have the responsibility to be aware of and understand school
policies any time there is a policy and procedure update. P
arent or legal guardian must sign all documents for students under the age of 18. 



T and L Welding Academy dress code will be strict due to the welding hazards. Dress code is to be as follows, Steel toe boots always, no tennis shoes, flip flops, or sandals. 100% cotton jeans, free of holes and oil. Must be clean. 100% long sleeve cotton shirts must be always worn in the lab. No short sleeve shirts, tank tops, wife beaters, or shorts etc., are allowed in the welding lab or classroom. No jewelry should be visible while welding or grinding.



T and L Welding Academy does not discriminate in admission, treatment, or access to its programs or services. T and L Welding Academy does not discriminate based on sex, race, color, region (creed), gender, expression, age disability, marital or military status in any of its activities or operations.



Our institution has a 3-day cancellation period exclusive of Saturday, Sunday, and holidays for a full
refund of all monies paid.
-10% completion 90% refund (minus administrative and supply fees)
-20% completion 80% refund (minus administrative and supply fees)
-30% completion 70% refund (minus administrative and supply fees)
-40% completion 60% refund (minus administrative and supply fees)
-50% completion 50% refund (minus administrative and supple fees)
-60% completion or more NO REFUNDS are given.



Students must first discuss a grievance on the relevant subject with their instructors or academic officer, as soon as possible. The student might have the duty to use every endeavor to resolve the dispute satisfactorily as the school administration expects that students will also set out with the intention of settling the dispute with respect and following the school rules. Right of Appeal If a complaint is not handled in a satisfactory manner, the student has the right to request the complaint to be referred to the School Grievance Committee consisting of the school’s Chief Academic Officer, and Student Financial Assistance Officer.  This committee will meet within 5 calendar days of receipt of the complaint. All discussions and meetings will be documented, and a copy provided to the complainant during the time of the meeting. If there is additional information needed from the complainant, a letter will be written outlining the additional information. If no further information is needed the complaint committee will act on the allegations and a letter will be sent to the complainant within 7 days stating the steps taken to rectify the problem or information to show that the allegation was not warranted or based on fact. If a student is not satisfied with the answers provided or if not handled in a satisfactory manner, the student has the right to contact the Missouri Department of Higher Education Workforce Development, PO Box 1087, 301 W. High Street, Suite 870 Jefferson City, MO 65101 telephone number (573)751-2361 Email:

Let's Create a
Safe Environment  

T and L Welding Academy abide by health and safety rules and regulations,
as we set them to ensure students and faculty are safe. All students are to wear PPE where required while in class and in the welding lab.

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