- Registration fee is non refundable. Registration fee alone does not give right to training.
- Second installment fees must be paid within 2 months of the commencement of the training session.
- Tuition for “per unit” studies shall be paid once prior to commencement of classes. Students taking more than 2 units may pay the equivalent of 2 units before starting classes and complete the rest within four weeks from the start of the session.
- IMIT Registration fee shall cover a period of 12 months, beginning from the start of your training session.
- CIPS membership fee covers the period 1st November to 31st October. Renewals shall be paid annually thereafter.
It is the learner’s responsibility to ensure that proper arrangements are made with the Centre for the payment of fees, and this must be done either before or at the very beginning of the session.
For more on CIPS fees policy, visit: https://cips.org/Search/?Search=fees%20policy
2.2 CLASS ATTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATION
Learners who attend regularly are generally successful in their studies. All learners at this centre are expected to have full attendance except where absence is unavoidable. Learners shall benefit the support of this centre only if they maintain acceptable progress as evidenced by their regular attendance, satisfactory results in relevant assignments or other formative and assessments and the proper completion of any other work given to them. Such support to learners shall include, but is not limited to the following:
- Assistance relating to CIPS membership, exam registration and exam sitting arrangements
- Issuance of attestations and recommendations ( job placements or other)
2.3 CONDUCT AND BEHAVIOR
Students of IMIT shall at all time dress decently while on campus or any where they may be, either as students of IMIT or where they intend to be seen as or they know that they will be seen as students of IMIT. Decent dressing is dressing that is not seductive (for example, dressing that exposes sensitive body parts). Students found guilty of indecent dressing on campus will not be allowed on campus.
2.3.2 ALCOHOL AND DRUGS.
Students are prohibited from consuming alcoholic drinks on campus. Smoking of cigarettes is prohibited on campus. A student who is drunk (suffering from the effects of alcohol consumption) or under the influence of any form of drug should stay off the school campus until such a time that the effect is over. Any damages or prejudices caused by a student under the influence of alcohol or drugs shall be paid for by the defaulter, including penalties as directed by the laws of Cameroon. Settlement shall be arrived at either through amicable agreement or as ruled by the court of law.
2.3.3. SCHOOL PROPERTY AND THE PROPERTY OF OTHERS.
Students shall be expected to treat school properties and those of other persons on campus with a reasonable level of care, respect and responsibility. A student shall be held liable for negligence for any form of carelessness or unusual behaviour resulting to damage or loss of school property or the property of other persons on campus. They shall be charged to pay an amount commensurate to the economic value of the losses incurred.
2.3.4. USE OF CELL PHONES AND PORTABLE DEVICES
All cell phones or portable devices must be put on “silence” during lessons or simply switched off. During assessments and exams, these devices must be switched off (and handed to the invigilator if required). The tutor concerned or other authority of IMIT reserves the right to suspend the defaulting student from the exercise in progress. If a particular student becomes notorious (caught at least 3 times) for this deviant behaviour, further action will be considered, including but not limited to suspension from the course as a whole
2.3.5. NOISE AND DISTURBANCES ON CAMPUS.
Students shall not perform any form of undesirable talking, production of sound, vibration or movements likely to interfere with the calm and serenity required for sound teaching and learning on campus.
2.3.6. EATING ON CAMPUS
Eating is not allowed in classrooms. Students are allowed to eat snacks either in the school canteen or anywhere outside of the classroom. Any parceling materials or disposables associated with the eating must be properly dumped in the bins available on campus. Heavy foods are not allowed on campus (e,g, Fufu, rice, plantain, roasted fish, soup of any kind, etc)
2.3.7. COURTESY AND RESPECT
Students must be humble and show respect towards school authorities (administrative and teaching staffs), and exercise courtesy in dealing with all persons on campus.
2.3.8. LATENESS AND CLASS ATTENDANCE
Students arriving more than 20 minutes late for any class may not be allowed to enter if the tutor deems it necessary. Students accumulating absences up to 40% of total class (contact) hours will not get the support of the school such as; any form of recommendation relating to their status as students or assistance relating to their candidature for examinations.
2.4. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
The CENTRE is committed to providing a positive learning and working environment where all members of the community are treated with dignity and respect. We will address discrimination, harassment and victimization on the grounds of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion and belief, socioeconomic background or any other relevant factor.
2.5 HEALTH AND SAFETY
Ensuring the health and safety of learners, staff and visitors is one of our highest priorities. We undertake to provide a safe environment and safe systems of work, but safety cannot be achieved without the full co-operation of everyone. We expect everyone on the premises to take reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and others.
2.6 LEARNER COMPLAINTS
The centre Complaints Procedure provides for complaints to be dealt with, as far as possible, on an informal basis. It also sets out the formal route for the consideration of complaints should informal procedures fail to resolve a complaint satisfactorily. See the office of student affairs for the formal complaints procedures
2.7. LEARNER SUPPORT
Information about learning support can be obtained from the office of academic affairs of IMIT (Tel;
679736548). Available learning support includes, but is not limited to the following:
- Counseling and orientation. This is first done during orientation seminars and open door days organized for prospective students. At this stage, we shall focus more on CIPS, the benefits of studying procurement and supply chain management and of obtaining CIPS qualifications in particular. The next stage of counseling and orientation is done for registered students, prior to the commencement of studies. The focus here is on the CIPS syllabuses, and how to study in preparation for CIPS exams. Lastly, in the course of studies, tutors shall be expected to orientate the students on exam techniques.
- Assignments, project work and other creative learning activities.
- Instructor/individual learner encounters to better accommodate student differences.
- Revision courses and exam practice (Mock exams) prior to official CIPS exams.
- Guidance and assistance with respect to CIPS membership and exam fees payment,
- Examination centre invigilation and negotiations with respect to exam centre charges.
- Internet is available for students to carry out research
We encourage learners to discuss learning support needs with tutors at an early stage, so that appropriate adjustments and support can be considered.
Refer to CIPS Reasonable Adjustments & Special Consideration Policy at https://cips.org/
2.8: CIPS INFORMATION
Visit the website of CIPS at https://cips.org for more information, including such information as:
- Membership information & benefits
- Branches and their role/resource potential
- Resources from CIPS
- CPD (Continuous Professional Development) options