Dade Institute of Technology only accepts applications for the following trainings:
a- Computer Operator Specialist
b- Computer Repair Technician
c- Computer Network Technician
d- Cisco Certified Network Associates “Test Prep”
e- Microsoft Certified IT Professional/MCTS “Test Prep”
In order to be admitted, all applicants must be at least 18 or over. All applicants under 18 years of age must have parent of legal guardian consent to be admitted to the school. All applicants must present proof of age by providing an ID or birth certificate. When a student is admitted to Dade Institute of Technology, they are required to bring their GED, High School Diploma or equivalent. If the student is not able to provide a High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent, a basic skills examination will be provided in order to assess the student’s capacity for taking the training. The basic skills will be provided just to verify the basic student’s ability to read and write English. The first basic skills test will be “Reading for Technician” and a passing grade of 60 or higher is required. The second basis skill test will be “Writing for Technician” and a passing grade of 60 or higher is required. A Student wishing to apply for enrollment is encouraged to speak with an advisor prior to enrollment to determine his/her level of commitment and financial obligation. At that time, students will complete an application and will receive a copy of the school catalog.
Dade Institute of Technology does not have a campus security or police force. We report all crimes directly to the proper civil authority. The Owner/Director/or a staff member will be responsible to contact any authority such as local or state police, fire or medical personnel that might be required. Any breach of security, such as assault, robbery, sale of controlled substances, etc. will be reported to the local police and full prosecution will follow if needed. All students and staff are to report any breach of school security such as theft, assault, or misconduct to the Owner/Director or staff member of the school as soon as possible after the occurrence of the act. The Owner/Director or Instructor of the School will discuss during orientation class the importance of the students to always guard against theft of personal property as well as the theft or misuse of school property and to report all such activities to the Director or staff person as soon as possible.
Total Point Percentage
|90 – Above||4.00||A|
|80 – 89||3.50||B|
|70 – 79||3.00||C|
|60 – 69||2.50||D|
|50 – 59||2.00||E|
|49 – Below||1.00||F|
Student’s work will be graded as follow, two quizzes and one final lab.
Quiz 1 25% | Quiz 2 25% | Final Lab 50%
Conditions for Maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress
Students must pass 70% of all courses attempted, maintain a minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA and complete the whole program in order to get the diploma:
Students enrolled in our programs must maintain a minimum of 2.00 GPA at all times. Any student who fails to meet the satisfactory academic progress standards will be placed on a probationary period. During this probationary period, a student will continue to take the classes or set up some kind of review sessions. The student is removed from academic probation if he or she is making satisfactory progress at the end of a probationary period. Upon completion of the warning period or the training, if the minimum SAP standards are not achieved on the courses enrolled, then the student will be awarded a certificate of attendance instead of a diploma. If the student would like to re-enter the program to get a diploma, he or she will be required to retake the class at half the price and attain the hours and GPA required for satisfactory academic progress as above indicated. The student is removed from academic probation if he or she is making satisfactory progress at the end of a probationary period.