Standard 4: Student Services
Student services shall maintain student records, administer pre-admission procedures, promote job
placement and interviews, and perform follow-up. Student services should provide post-completion
Standard 4.1 - Pre-admission Procedures
Post Secondary Schools
Student services shall interview and accept / reject a prospective student after the student submits an official
application to enter the HVACR program. The student shall be pre-tested to assess reading, mathematical
and language skills.
The student shall be pre-tested to assess reading, mathematical and language skills.
Standard 4.2 - Student Medical Information
Student services shall provide students an opportunity to self-disclose any existing medical condition(s) that
may require special considerations or accommodations needed to ensure student success and safety. Medi-
cal Information forms should document information for each student showing any or all allergies, medica-
tions, special medical information and contacts in case of emergency.
Standard 4.3 - Counseling
Student services shall be available for student counseling on a scheduled basis.
Standard 4.4 - Student Transcripts
Student services shall maintain student records for all completers and non-completers, and / or graduates.
Student records shall be maintained in duplicate. One copy shall be kept offsite or in a fireproof environ-
ment. Both copies shall be maintained in a secure (locked) environment.
Standard 4.5 - The School-to-Work Transition
Student services shall assist the HVACR instructor in promoting and implementing job placement assistance
for completers and / or graduates of the HVACR program.
Standard 4.6 - Employment Follow-up Procedures for Post Secondary Schools Only
Student services shall establish and implement follow-up procedures to monitor the employment success of
post completers and / or graduates in the HVACR field. A follow-up shall be conducted within one year after
program completion. This information will be used to evaluate the HVACR program and aid in determining
strengths and weaknesses of instruction. Revisions to the program's curriculum must be considered when
follow-up reveals program deficits.