Admission is open to any qualified applicant. No qualified person will be excluded from enrollment at Life-Line Med Training based on age, race, gender, disability or national origin. Class start times vary depending upon languages of Instruction. Completing a course or program in a language other than English may reduce employability where English is required.
Applicants must be 17 years of age or older. If applicant is 17 years of age at the time of enrollment, a parent or guardian must enroll the applicant. Applicant must be 18 years of age by or before the time of graduation from all Life-Line Med Training programs.
As part of the student record and admissions to Life-Line Med Training, applicants must provide the following documentation:
- One primary form of documentation, such as an unexpired Florida driver license, an unexpired United States official identification card, an unexpired United States passport, an unexpired United States permanent resident card and a copy of the social security card OR
- Two secondary forms of documentation, one that must be a photo identification card other than those specified above and one additional form of identification, such as a Certificate of Naturalization, military ID, or a certified copy of a United States birth certificate with a Social Security card.
- The applicant should present evidence of high school diploma, or GED. Applicants must present evidence of graduation or GED prior to enrollment of the program of study.
- All applying students must complete an Admissions Application & Enrollment Agreement.
- Students receive a catalog at least one week before enrollment commences.
- Life-Line Med Training will keep records of prospective students denied admission for at least one year.
- Prospective students, who were denied admission and would like to view their file, may submit a written request. Access to view the file will be granted within 48 hours of request.
- Students should have all immunizations up-to-date and a general medical physical form prior to beginning internship.
All the above admission requirements will be submitted to our Admissions Representative to be kept on file for only 30 days. After this time students may re-apply for their program of choice.
Applicants must submit the documentation identified above in person or through a notarized copy by United States Mail by the drop and add period for the applicable term. Applicants who fail to satisfy the requirements identified above will not be admitted to Life-Line Med Training.
International Students Admissions Requirement
Provide a certified secondary school transcript or high school diploma as defined by the student’s country of Origin transferred to English, copy of Birth Certificate or Passport. Proof of financial ability to meet expenses. Evidence of these documents may be described as the following:
- Bank letter verifying student’s available funds (self-sponsoring).
- Bank letter verifying sponsor’s available funds if sponsor is not a citizen or a legal permanent resident of the U.S.
- Form I-134 if sponsor is a citizen or legal permanent resident of the U.S.
- If the applicant is sponsored by his/her home country, a statement of sponsorship.
-Be eligible for a student visa (M-1).
-Enroll as a full time student (at least for 20 clock hours of attendance per week).
-Pay the required minimum tuition deposit.
-Pay the non-refundable SEVIS processing fee of the I-901 Form.
-International students must meet the same programmatic entrance requirements as domestic students.
Each applicant will attend an interview with admissions personnel. We encourage applicants to bring their friends and families or those who are a vital part of their personal support system. Both the applicants and family members will have an opportunity to learn more about the institution and its training programs. The interview is designed to evaluate applicants and their commitment to their educational goals.
*Applicants with criminal backgrounds who apply for programs which require state certification or licensure are advised that they will be required to submit to a criminal background check by the Florida Department of Health as part of the licensure application. Presence of criminal convictions on record may be cause to reject an applicant for state licensure. Furthermore, a criminal background may cause exclusion from externship activities depending upon the externship sites policies and rules. Externship sites may require that specific criminal background checks be performed prior to attending clinical duties on site. All costs related with criminal background checks will be borne by the student.
Life-Line Med Training “Curriculums” has two broad objectives; it seeks to develop the knowledge of the student’s in general practical skills, and also approaching the student’s knowledge through materials and resources that will promote better comprehension. All curriculums contain information on the fundamental characteristics of each program as well as the objectives, prerequisites and course clock hours to be completed.
Life-Line Med Training programs contain updated program curriculums information and objectives with the purpose to maintain updated students. All Life-Line Med Trainings students should achieve the learning activities they will carry to accomplish the overall goals of their courses. Learning Objectives are clearly stated and included measurable behavior/ performance, condition/given, and the criteria/standard upon which students are motivated, guided and assessed.
Faculty are responsible for establishing goals for student learning, for designing and implementing programs and specialized studies that intentionally cultivate the intended learning, and for assessing students’ achievement. In these matters, faculty will work collaboratively with their colleagues in their departments, schools administrative staff, and institutions as well as with relevant administrators to ensure actualized curricula is implemented. Academic freedom is necessary not just so faculty members can conduct their individual research and teach their own courses, but so they can enable students—through the whole student school programs of study—to acquire the learning they need to contribute to society, community and the benefit of the student graduate. Life-Line Med Training’s Director of Education oversees all syllabus, course criteria’s and laboratory skills needed to comply with licensing and accreditation institution, but faculties may apply academic freedom to express and demonstrate their most valuable work and modern skill experiences for the benefit of our student population.
Notice Concerning Transferability of Courses from one Program to another Earned at Our Institution
Students in good standing may transfer courses from one program to another at Life-Line Med Trainings. Students must submit to the registrar’s Department a “Change of Status Form” to request a program transfer. Since most of Life-Line Med Trainings programs share courses, the Registrar Department will access to match course in common with satisfactory academic grades to evaluate the grade point average for clock-hours before award of transfer. The Grade Point Average must equal or exceed “75% – C” grade with 75% or over of attendance completion. The Registrar Department will review clock hours to be transfer using professional judgment and the recommendations for transfers issued.
A student may be dismissed, at the discretion of the Director, for insufficient progress, non-payment of costs, or failure to comply with rules of conduct and policies of the institution.
Transfer of Credit
Life-Line Med Training will accept up to 75% of the clock hour credits from other licensed institutions provided that a transcript and complete course descriptions are made available for transfer credit review. Students may wish to continue their training after graduation. Some Life-Line Med Training credits may be transferable to other institutions.
Any student, who began a program at Life Line Med Training and wishes to transfer to another program, will receive credit for courses passed and tuition will be adjusted in accordance with the institutions refund policy.
Students who transfer out of Life-Line Med Training to another institution may receive their transcript reflecting their hours and grades, providing that all financial obligations have been met by the student to Life-Line Med Training. Life-Line Med Training is not an accredited institution therefore the acceptance of the transfer of credit to another school is up to the transferring school.
Life-Line Med Training reserves the right to amend, add, or delete classes, programs, policies, equipment, tuition, fees, with prior notice of such changes. If the changes implemented cancel the provisions of the contract, the student should be entitled to a complete refund of all monies paid.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
Should a student’s enrollment be terminated or cancelled for any reason, all funds will be made according to the following refund schedule.
1. Cancellation can be made in person, by electronic mail, by Certified Mail or by termination.
2. All monies will be refunded if the school does not accept the applicant or if the student cancels within three (3) business days after signing the enrollment agreement, and making initial payment.
3. Cancellation after the third (3rd) Business Day, but before the first class, will result in a refund of all monies paid, with the exception of the registration fee, not to exceed $150.00.
4. Cancellation after attendance has begun, but prior to 40% completion of the program, will result in a Pro Rata refund computed on the number of hours completed to the total program hours.
5. Cancellation after completing 40% of the program will result in no refund.
6. Termination Date: When calculating the refund due to a student, the last date of actual attendance by the student is used in the calculation unless earlier written notice was received.
7. Refunds will be made within 30 days of termination of the student’s enrollment or receipt of a Cancellation Notice from the student.
8. As an alternative, this institution charges tuition for a term or time period that is less than the duration of the entire program Life-Line may establish a drop/add period which shall be no less than 10 percent of the period for which the student is financially committed, or one week, whichever is less. If the student withdraws before the end of the drop/add period, the student will be refunded all tuition and fees, as well as any funds paid for supplies, books, or equipment which can be and are returned to the institution in new condition.
Holidays & Class Schedules
Hours of Operation:
Office Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
School Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 am –10:30 pm
School Hours: Saturday 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Closed for the Following Holidays:
Dr. Martin Luther King Day
Thanksgiving Day & Day After
Christmas Day through New Year’s Day