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Introduction to Pro Tools (PT101)
Pro Tools Production (PT101) (User Certification)
Pro Tools Production II (PT201)
Music Production Techniques (Operator Music Certification) (PT210M)
Post Production Techniques (Operator Post Certification) (PT210P)
Advanced Music Production Techniques (Expert Music Certification) (PT310M)
Advanced Post Production Techniques (Expert Post Certification) (PT310P)
Tuition is $460.00 per class. Cost of class includes the text book.
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS
CODE OF CONDUCT
It is the right and responsibility of The Institute of Production and Recording to enforce a code of student conduct which protects the rights of the student to ensure an environment conducive to learning. This requires a classroom, campus and community in which students, faculty and staff are free of distraction and safe from violence, threats or intimidation as well as an environment that encourages an orderly approach to resolution of conflict.
The Code of Conduct, along with IPR Safety and Security Policies apply to conduct that occurs on the premises of the IPR campus (including adjacent sidewalks, streets or parking lots) or any school organized or sponsored activity, but may be extended to include off-campus conduct, at the school’s discretion, if the alleged conduct: a) constitutes a criminal offense as defined by state, federal or local law, regardless of the outcome or existence of any criminal proceeding; or, b) indicates that the student may present a danger or threat to the health or safety of him/herself or others.
Respectful and courteous behavior
First and foremost, all students are expected to maintain respectful and courteous personal behavior with employees and fellow students alike. Students in violation of this policy may be asked to discontinue their behavior immediately. Failure to do so will result in an immediate report for consideration by the Disciplinary Committee.
A student may be asked to leave the classroom if, in the opinion of the instructor, the student’s behavior distracts or interferes with the educational process. Examples of unacceptable behaviors include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Not following directions
• Disturbing class by talking while the instructor or a fellow student is speaking
• Sleeping in class
• “Talking back” or the use of offensive language to fellow students, instructors or staff
• Theft, damage or destruction of tools and equipment, whether deliberate or due to direct negligence on
the student’s part
• Computer fraud or software piracy
• Use of cellular telephones, pagers, or other electronic devices unrelated to the classroom experience
DRUG & SMOKING POLICIES
Students are prohibited from the unlawful manufacture, distribution, possession or use of illegal drugs or alcohol. This prohibition applies while on the property of the school or participating in any institutional activity. Students who violate this policy will be subject to disciplinary action up to an including expulsion from school.
Smoking is not permitted inside the school building. Those who smoke outside near the IPR premises, need to use appropriate receptacles for cigarette disposal, and refrain from smoking in front of the IPR building.
Continued or severely unacceptable conduct may result in expulsion from the course; tuition and fees will not be refunded.
IPR makes no warranties of any kind, whether expressed or implied, for the service it provides and will not be responsible for any damages suffered, including loss of data from delays, non-deliveries, mis-deliveries, service interruptions, or equipment failure.
IPR is not responsible for direct, indirect, or consequential damages related to the use of information accessed through the IPR’s Internet service or for damages related to the operation of, or failure of, the filtering software, or for its circumvention by users.
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