APT College is a closed enrollment school. In order to enroll, you need to be an employee in the telecom, cable, electric power utility, or related industries, and you need to be eligible for employer tuition assistance.
To enroll online click here to find the APT enrollment form. (NOTE: for assistance with course enrollment, please contact your Education Representative.
All colleges currently identify transfer credits for individuals by their Social Security number. In order to report any college credits earned in a class to the American Council on Education we need your Social Security number. Social Security numbers and all personal information are kept in strictest confidence according to legal requirements. This information is not used for any other purpose.
When enrolling online, the APT website automatically sends you a confirmation reply. Feel free to contact the APT office to verify a submitted enrollment.
If APT cancels the class, you will not incur in any fee.
If you withdraw from a class after it has begun, you are responsible for a prorated portion of the tuition fee.
Yes, you need a computer and also a reliable Internet connection to:
Click here to view the minimum requirements necessary to attend an APT class.
The basic Internet and computing skills needed for all online courses include the following;
Once your enrollment form is validated, a confirmation letter will be e-mailed to you. In the confirmation letter you will find the address where the class will be held.
Class schedule information can be found on the confirmation letter that is e-mailed to you.
To get help, use the “How to Get Help” procedure that you received in your Welcome Packet at the beginning of the class. Or contact Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-431-8488 .
Please contact your Instructor (your Course Manager) when you are unable to complete a required activity. The procedure for obtaining help from your Course Manager and other members of the Academic Team can be found by clicking “How to Get Help” in your My Home area online.
The Academic Policy and Course Syllabus outline assignment requirements. An incomplete letter is our attempt to highlight where there is missing work and to provide an opportunity for you to submit the work within a specified period of time. Please, contact your Instructor first, who will enable you to complete the required activities within the timeframe indicated in the Incomplete Letter. Or, use the “How to Get Help” procedure available in your My Home page online to get help. Once you submit the missing activities, we will complete your grading and issue your Course Completion Certificate assuming no other requirements are pending.
We make our best to have our students strive. However, in order to successfully complete a course you have the responsibility to complete the activities online which give points toward the final grade, as reported in the syllabus. If you receive a failing letter because your grade was less than 73% or C, APT gives you the opportunity to attend the same class one more time at no charge. Please, contact your Education Representative, or call the APT Office at 800-431-8488.
If possible please notify your instructor or call the APT office and we will notify the instructor. At the next class, ask your instructor about any previous activity you missed and information you might need.. Please do not miss the hands-on sessions or the proctored exam session (for in-class courses). Hands-on sessions are carefully scheduled and, most likely, there will not be an opportunity for a lab make-up before the next scheduled class in your area. If you miss the final exam, please contact your instructor. . The Academic Policy available in your online courseroom outlines the attendance requirements.
If you have to miss a day, please coordinate that with your instructor.. You must attend 70% of the class time at minimum in order to successfully complete the class. For example, you can miss a maximum of 3 classes in a 40 hour course with 10 sessions. The Academic Policy available in your online courseroom outlines the attendance requirements.
The information is provided in the College Catalog and in the course details.
Please contact the APT office to discuss options.
Some classes offer industry certifications. Look at the class descriptions for each class for industry certifications being offered,
Most certification agencies allow two (2) attempts to pass the closed book exams for a single initial exam price. If you fail the first exam call the APT office to arrange an appointment to have the exam proctored a second time. In some cases, additional certification exam attempts require an additional fee charged by the certification agency. Please call the APT office for pricing information for retakes of certification exams.
College credits are available to students taking degree-based courses beginning in 2007. To request an official transcript, please complete and return the APT Official Transcript Request Form. The first two transcripts in a student's lifetime are free. Every transcript requested thereafter costs $10. Upon graduation from APT, an official transcript will be included with the student's diploma at no additional cost.