1. Definitions

“Agreement” Means these Standard Terms and Conditions, the Registration Form as accepted by the Company and any other documentation supplementary to, or pertaining to, the Course as set out by the Company in its Course Prospectus;

“Attendee (Student)” Means the person listed by the Customer on the Registration Form;

“Company” Means Nurse Ed 101, LLC, whose registered address is Lakeland, Florida 33812.

“Course” Means the training course set out by the Company in its course prospectus;

“Course Fee” Means the charges for the Course as set out in the Course Prospectus;

“Course Prospectus” Means the description and schedule for the Course as published by the Company;

“Customer” Means the individual or organization booking the course on behalf of the Attendees and named as such on the Registration Form;

“Registration Form” Means the Company’s course registration form as completed by the Customer (e.g., Student commitment form)


2. Registration

No applicant will be allowed to attend a course without an active course registration form. A course registration form must be completed and signed by the customer and returned  to the company via email (info@NurseEd101). All course registration fees must be  paid directly through the company website (NurseEd101.com),  invoice or via third party financing vendor (e.g., Affirm).

3. Course Fee

3.1 The Course Fee is due and payable as outlined  per registration agreement and payment invoice. The Course Fee is due prior to commencement of the Course.

3.2 The Course Fee includes such documentation stated within course registration as is appropriate to the Course.

3.3 Where a Course is delivered at a Customer’s premises then expenses associated with travel (e.g., gas, mileage etc.,) and accommodation(e.g., hotel, meals etc.,)  for instructors may be charged at cost in addition to the Course Fee.

4. Payment Options

4.1 RN Remediation/Refresher/NCLEX Review course: The Customer may select to pay their course fees in full, using our third party financing options (e.g. Affirm) or using our in-house partial installment payment plans.  Installment payments must be paid by the due date outlined in the syllabus ( e.g. student commitment form) or per any agreements established or else the customer will forfeit their seat in the course without notice and be assessed late fees. All monies paid are non-refundable even if the customer does not complete the course.

4.2. The payment policy for the in-house RN/LPN Remediation/Refresher course includes a late fee for customers who fail to make their payment installment by the due date specified in the syllabus or student commitment form. This late fee amounts to 10% of the total payment due and must be paid in full before the customer is permitted to attend the didactic or clinical portions of the course. Additionally, failure to meet the payment deadline may result in the customer’s account being assessed the late fee and being denied attendance at the course.

4.3. Failure to submit all course assignments by the final completion date specified in the syllabus will result in the assessment of a 10% administrative fee on the total amount owed. This fee must be paid prior to the release of the final letter of completion to the Florida/Hawaii Board of Nursing. In the event that students need to update their payment method, it must be done more than 24 hours prior to the payment due date.

4.4 ACLS, BLS, CPR, AED, First Aid Course: The Customer agrees to pay fees in full at time of registration/booking. Registration can be completed directly through the website at www.NurseEd101.com . Registration is not guaranteed without payment and a course seat or date may not be available if registration is delayed.

5. Cancellation and Substitution by Customer

Clinical Rotation: Document Submission and Rescheduling Policy

  • Documentation Deadlines: Clinical documentation deadlines are dictated by our affiliated facilities. Please be aware that Nurse Ed 101 has no influence over these deadlines.

  • Failure to Comply: Should a student fail to register and submit the required documents by the provided deadline, certain penalties apply.

  • A $350 fee will be assessed for rescheduling their clinical.

  • The fee must be paid in full prior to any rescheduling.

  • Attending subsequent clinical with upcoming cohorts is not guaranteed and will be contingent upon enrollment capacity once registration for the preceding clinical has closed.


RN Remediation/Refresher/RN/LPN NCLEX Review Course(s):

5.1 Refund Policy

  • Non-Refundable Fees: All fees are non-refundable, except under certain conditions as outlined below.

  • Cancellation: A refund is possible if a student cancels their registration and provides the company with written notice of cancellation at least thirty (30) days prior to the start of the course. If this notice is not provided in a timely manner, the full Course Fee remains due.

5.2 Course Completion and Reinstatement

  • Incomplete Course Fee: A $245 (RN) / $225 (LPN) administrative fee is charged for failing to complete course assignments by the stipulated course completion date.

  • Assessment of Administrative Fee: This fee is automatically added to the student’s account the day after the due date. An invoice will be emailed to the student and is payable upon receipt.

  • Assignment Submission Extension: After paying the administrative fee, students have a 30-day extension to submit all outstanding assignments for full credit.

  • Failure to Submit: Assignments not submitted by 11:59 PM (EST) on the 30th day of the extension will result in an “Incomplete” grade for the course. Affected students are advised to re-register and will be required to pay full course fees.

5.3 Extended Course Commencement Duration

  • Course Completion Timeframe: Students who do not complete the course within 6 months from the commencement date will lose the privilege of “student reinstatement.”

  • Re-Registration Requirement: These students must re-register for the next available course session and pay the full course fees.

Additional Notes:

  • Communication: Prompt communication, especially regarding cancellations and documentation submissions, is crucial to avoid unnecessary fees and delays.

  • Understanding Policies: It is important to thoroughly understand and adhere to these policies for a smooth and constructive learning experience.

5.4 Late Submission of Coursework and Collections

  • Late Submission Fee: A late fee of 10% is charged for delayed course work submissions. If not paid within the 30-day extension period, the student faces suspension from the course.

  • Collections: Unpaid late fees after the extension period may result in the student’s account being sent to collections, which may involve third-party agencies, and lead to suspension from the course.

  • Payment Plan Default: Students 30 days past due on their payment agreement face course suspension and their account may be sent to collections.


Please note that compliance with terms and conditions, including timely payments and assignment submissions, is essential for a positive and uninterrupted learning experience.


6. Collection

6.1 In the event that payment of the Course Fee is not made in accordance with the terms set out in this Agreement, the Company may refer the matter to a collection agency to collect the outstanding debt.

6.2 The Customer shall be responsible for all costs related to any collection activity for any unpaid portions of their tuition fees, including but not limited to, collection agency fees, court costs, and legal fees.

6.3 The Customer agrees that any failure to pay the Course Fee in accordance with the terms of this Agreement may also result in the Customer’s credit history being affected.


7. ACLS, BLS, PALS, CPR, AED, First Aid courses:

7.1 No refunds will be issued. All registrations are final.

7.2 You may reschedule your course by calling us at least 7 business days prior to your scheduled course date. You will be charged a rescheduling fee of $50.00

7.3 We understand that emergencies occur. If you have to reschedule less than 7 business days before the class you will be charged a rescheduling fee of 50% of the course cost.

7.4 If you cancel within 24 business hours or do not attend your scheduled class, you will forfeit all course fees paid.

7.5 A Customer who is more than twenty (20) minutes late to class will forfeit all course fees paid.


7.6 The Company reserves the right to cancel courses or rearrange course dates and course locations. The Company will endeavor at all times to give the Customer as much advance notice as possible of any change. In the event of a cancellation, or if the Course cannot be rearranged to the satisfaction of the Customer, then the Company will provide a full refund of the Course Fees.

7.7  The Company will not be liable for any other costs incurred in the cancellation or re-arrangement of courses

7.8 Courses must be rescheduled and attended within 90 days from the original registration date. No additional rescheduling requests will be honored.


8. Course cancellation or rearrangement

8.1 The Company reserves the right to cancel courses or rearrange course dates and course locations. The Company will endeavor at all times to give the Customer as much advance notice as possible of any change. In the event of a cancellation, or if the Course cannot be rearranged to the satisfaction of the Customer, then the Company will provide a full refund of the Course Fees.

8.2 The Company will not be liable for any other costs incurred in the cancellation or re-arrangement of courses.


9. Special needs

The Company will endeavor to accommodate any special needs of the Attendees provided that these are notified to the Company on the Registration Form and the Company considers that it is both reasonable and practical to provide for these special needs.

10. Copyright and Intellectual Property Rights

All copyrights and other intellectual property rights relating to any course material provided in connection with the Course remain the sole property of the Company and its affiliates. No part of any course material may be copied or translated in any form without the prior approval in writing of the Company and its affiliates.


11. Warranty

The Company will use reasonable endeavors to ensure that the Course is presented with reasonable skill and care.

12. Liability

10.1 The total liability under this Agreement shall in no event exceed 110% of the Course Fee paid by the Customer to the Company for the provision of the Course, save in respect of liability for death or personal injury, for which the Company does not seek to exclude or limit its liability.

10.2 In no event shall the Company be liable to the Customer for any indirect, special, consequential, exemplary or incidental losses or damages, or related to, this Agreement, in delivering this Course.

10.3 The Customer shall indemnify and hold harmless the Company, its directors, officers, agents and employees against all claims arising from any breach of the Customer’s obligations under this Agreement.


13. General

13.1 These Standard Terms and Conditions shall apply to the Agreement and supersede all prior discussions, correspondence and presentations.

13.2 These Standard Terms and Conditions may not be varied except by the written agreement of the Company.


13.3 The Company reserves the right to amend the content of any Course without notice to the Customer where it is considered by the Company that this does not fundamentally alter the content of the Course.

13.4 Neither the Company nor the Customer shall be in breach of their respective obligations if such failure results from circumstances that are beyond the defaulting party’s reasonable control. The Company and the Customer agree to give written notice without delay to the other on becoming aware of an event of unforeseeable circumstances that prevent someone from fulfilling a contract. Such a notice must contain details of the circumstances giving rise to that event and its expected duration

14. Student Support for Those in Good Standing

14.1 Definition of Good Standing

Good standing refers to students who:

  • Exhibit professional and respectful behavior towards peers, instructors, and administrative staff.

  • Are current with all financial obligations to the Company.

  • Comply with any other criteria the Company deems relevant to academic and behavioral standards for success.

14.2 Support Availability

Support may be available in the following forms:


  • Academic Counseling: Personalized advice and strategies for managing course workload and requirements.

  • Tutoring Services: Access to additional instructional sessions for challenging course content (For an additional fee of $50 per Hour)

  • Special Accommodations: Assistance for students with documented disabilities to ensure equal access to all course materials and learning activities.

Note: All forms of support are subject to availability and may be conditional based on resources and specific student needs.


14.3 Process to Access Support

  • Students must submit a written request to the Company outlining their specific needs or challenges.

  • Requests for support must be submitted within a reasonable timeframe to allow the Company to coordinate necessary resources.

  • The Company reserves the right to evaluate the legitimacy of the request and to determine the most appropriate form of support.


14.4 Conditions and Limitations

  • The Company reserves the right to withdraw support if the student fails to maintain good standing.

  • Students may be required to participate in regular check-ins to evaluate the effectiveness of the support and adjust strategies as necessary.

  • The Company does not guarantee the availability of all types of support at all times and may offer alternative solutions based on available resources.

  • Support will be provided for a defined period and may be subject to review and renewal.


15. Student Accountability and Penalties  

Nurse Ed 101 is committed to providing a learning environment that promotes academic integrity and professional ethics. The following are unacceptable and will not be tolerated:

  • Plagiarism: Submitting someone else’s work as your own, without proper citation.

  • Untruthfulness: Providing false or misleading information in any course materials or interactions with instructors and staff.

  • Harassment: Engaging in behavior that creates a hostile or offensive learning environment for others.

Penalties for violations may include:

  • Point deductions or failing grades on assignments or exams.

  • Disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal from the course.

  • Reporting of the violation to the relevant regulatory body (e.g., Board of Nursing).

We expect all students to uphold these standards of honesty and professionalism.


16. Privacy and Confidentiality

16.1 Protection of Student Information

The Company will implement appropriate measures to protect student information in compliance with applicable data protection laws.

16.2 Disclosure of Information

Student information may be disclosed to relevant parties (e.g., educational partners, regulatory bodies) in compliance with legal and professional obligations.

Students have the right to access and request corrections to their personal information.

16.3 Consent

By agreeing to these terms, the student acknowledges that they have received and read their respective course syllabus in its entirety, and grants consent to the Company to process their personal data for purposes related to course enrollment, delivery, and certification.