Each applicant is required to have a high school diploma (or equivalent) or a GED. Students will also be required to have completed at least the 1st and 2nd rounds of the 3 series Hepatitis B vaccinations. After the 1st and 2nd vaccinations, students will be responsible for completing the 3rd vaccination, even if school has been completed. NADAP does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion or physical disability. Students must be 17 years of age or older.
Late Enrollment Due to the “fast track” nature of the program, late enrollment is not permitted.
Postponement of start date/Withdrawal with the intention to start in another class Whether at the request of NADAP or the student, a written agreement signed by the student and NADAP is required. A class can only be postponed one time without having to pay the full tuition again. The agreement must set forth:
Whether the postponement is for the convenience of NADAP or the student, and
A deadline for the new start date, beyond which the start date will not be postponed. If the student fails to attend by the start date set forth in the agreement, or cancels within 30 days of commencement of the course, the $850 deposit will NOT be refunded.
If the student begins the course, and postpones to a later course, the student must pay for the classes already taken. The student will also be required to start the course over again from Class 1, and will be required to pay for each of those classes as well.
If the student begins the course, and postpones/withdraws (for 2nd time), NO money will be refunded.
Placement Assistance NADAP does not guarantee employment to any student or graduate. NADAP does not guarantee recommendations of every student or graduate. Verbal recommendations and/or recommendation letters are awarded to students that Dr. McKelvey and the instructors feel are most deserving. This is based on attitude, work ethic, personality, punctuality, and skills.